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Environmentalists warn of plant and animal extinctions on both sides of border

Plant and animal species could become extinct in both parts of Ireland because of Brexit, environmentalists warned.

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar visits Theresa May in Downing St to discuss Brexit

Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is to meet Prime Minister Theresa May in Downing Street on Monday.

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Boy, 15, dies in crash between scrambler and car

A teenager has died in a collision between a scrambler motorbike and a car.

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Man, 18, arrested over murder of 19-year-old

A man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a 19-year-old man in Londonderry.

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Church leader who helped oversee peace process urges powersharing restoration

A Methodist church leader who helped oversee the Northern Ireland peace process has said political powersharing should be restored to "disarm" the dissident republican threat.

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Pig's head and racist graffiti including swastikas left at community centre

A pig's head and racist graffiti have been left at a community centre in a suspected hate crime.

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DUP welcomes Sinn Fein 'change of tone' in Stormont negotiations

The DUP has welcomed a speech by Gerry Adams confirming Sinn Fein's commitment to reaching a powersharing deal.

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Belfast city council to hire Irish language and Ulster Scots officers

Belfast city councillors have voted to hire language officers for Irish and Ulster Scots, after a public consultation found support for the proposal.

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Man arrested in probe into death of boy, three

Police investigating the death of a three-year-old in Londonderry last weekend have arrested a man.

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Summer's gone but sun shines on in South East

Summer may be over but those lucky enough to be living in the South East are set for another helping of warm, dry weather on Sunday.

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Northern Ireland's workplace deaths rose by third in 2016-17

The number of workplace deaths in Northern Ireland increased by a third in 2016-17.

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Pair jailed for planting bomb before police recruitment event

Two men have been sentenced to 10 years for planting a dissident republican bomb before a police recruitment event in Northern Ireland, a detective said.

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Campaigners condemn two-child cap for tax credits and 'rape clause'

The two-child cap for tax credits and the so-called rape clause constitute an attack on women, campaigners in Belfast said.

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PM presses Donald Trump over Bombardier aerospace jobs

Prime Minister Theresa May has lobbied Donald Trump over the importance of preserving jobs at aerospace giant Bombardier in Northern Ireland, as the pair met for talks in New York.

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UK involved in internal battle over Brexit position, says Guy Verhofstadt

The UK is engaged in an "internal battle" over its Brexit position, the European Parliament's negotiator has said.

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PM presses Donald Trump over Bombardier aerospace jobs

Prime Minister Theresa May has lobbied Donald Trump over the importance of preserving jobs at aerospace giant Bombardier in Northern Ireland, as the pair met for talks in New York.

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UK must find Irish border solution before Brexit talks move on - Guy Verhofstadt

The UK must address its failure to present a workable solution to the Irish border problem before Brexit negotiations can proceed to the next stage , a key player in the European Parliament has warned.

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'Honesty cafe' sketchbook returned after robbery plea issued

A sketchbook full of priceless personal drawings stolen during a theft at an "honesty cafe" has been returned after staff appealed for the thieves to have a change of heart.

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Security wall separating west Belfast communities dismantled

A security wall which has separated unionists and nationalists for almost three decades in west Belfast is being dismantled.

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Peace process watchdog must protect national security information - Brokenshire

The Northern Ireland Secretary has warned a new peace process watchdog to safeguard national security information.

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