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Teenage boy critical in hospital after being found in Belfast alleyway

A teenage boy is in a critical condition in hospital after he was found in a Belfast alleyway.

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US tech firm commits to permanent presence in Northern Ireland

A US tech firm has made a long-term commitment to Northern Ireland because of the "rich talent pool".

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Worries over future of Ireland's 'fluid' border as Article 50 looms

For residents of the small Irish village of Bridgend, prime ministerial statements made in the distant Westminster Parliament are usually an irrelevant affair.

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Commission to examine ways of reforming scandal-hit gardai

The Irish government is planning a "Patten-like commission" to overhaul its scandal-ridden police force, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has confirmed.

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Direct rule from Westminster 'not an option', Sinn Fein says

Reintroducing direct rule in Northern Ireland would be an act of bad faith by the UK government, Sinn Fein has warned.

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Failed Stormont talks causing 'uncontrolled collapse' of GP services, union says

A leading doctors' union has warned that the failed political talks at Stormont is causing the "uncontrolled collapse" of GP services, with 20 surgeries expected to close in the next year.

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Things have come to a halt says group planning for Brexit's environmental impact

A committee planning for Brexit's environmental impact in Northern Ireland has not met since ministers left their posts, a lobbyist said.

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DUP's Nigel Dodds: Sinn Fein has decided time for devolution is over

Sinn Fein has decided the time for devolution is over in Northern Ireland, DUP MP Nigel Dodds has said.

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Police probe claims empty Coke cans 'contaminated with suspected human waste'

Police are investigating reports that a consignment of cans due to be used at a Coke factory were contaminated with suspected human waste.

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Second man held over Strabane explosive attack aimed at police patrol

A second man has been arrested by police investigating an explosive attack on officers in Northern Ireland.

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Mother must return daughter from Northern Ireland, judge rules

A little girl whose mother moved her from England to Northern Ireland without her father's consent must be returned, a High Court judge has ruled.

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Martin McGuinness's family touched by gestures of comfort, says widow

The widow of the late Martin McGuinness has said the family were touched by solace and comfort offered to them since his death.

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Northern Ireland will see lowest growth in UK in 2017 and 2018, PwC forecasts

Northern Ireland is forecast to have the lowest growth among UK regions this year and next.

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Charlie Flanagan sees chance to deal with legacy issues 'once and for all'

A chance to resolve divisive legacy issues "once and for all" will arise over the next few days, Irish foreign affairs minister Charlie Flanagan has said.

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Two held in Dublin over PSNI officer bomb bid in 2015

Two men have been arrested in the Irish Republic over the attempted murder of a policeman in Northern Ireland in 2015.

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Finish the peace building of Martin McGuinness, Bill Clinton urges mourners

Former US president Bill Clinton has told mourners at Martin McGuinness's funeral to finish the peace building work he began.

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Sinn Fein accuses minister of blocking families' access to justice

The British Government has been accused of delaying a deal on addressing the legacy of the conflict as Northern Ireland negotiations reach a critical stage.

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Powersharing talks break down ahead of Stormont deal deadline

Powersharing talks in Northern Ireland have broken down after Sinn Fein withdrew.

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Derry City captain Ryan McBride was a Trojan warrior, manager tells funeral

Derry City football captain Ryan McBride was a Trojan warrior, his manager has said.

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Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein opposed to extension of powersharing deadline

Sinn Fein has insisted there can be no extension to the looming deadline to restore powersharing at Stormont.

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