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Super-sub hits hat-trick as England beat Northern Ireland in Wembley World Cup qualifier
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Super-sub hits hat-trick as England beat Northern Ireland in Wembley World Cup qualifier

5 hours ago 2,818 Views 0 Comments

Beth Mead and Bethany England did the damage in a 4-0 win.

Northern Ireland women ready for ‘special’ night at Wembley
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# Into The Lionesses' Den

Northern Ireland women ready for ‘special’ night at Wembley

Fri 8:11 PM 1,762 Views 1 Comment

Captain Marissa Callaghan will lead her side out at England’s national stadium.

Northern Ireland open contract talks with ex-Sligo Rovers boss Ian Baraclough
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Northern Ireland open contract talks with ex-Sligo Rovers boss Ian Baraclough

Fri 5:01 PM 3,513 Views 0 Comments

The Irish FA board unanimously agreed on Thursday night to extend the manager’s contract.

Opinion: Make no mistake - this UK government will not rest until the Protocol is gone
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Opinion: Make no mistake - this UK government will not rest until the Protocol is gone

Thu 7:00 AM 27,902 Views 40 Comments

Former negotiator Sydney Nash says it’s sovereignty, not sausages, that the UK government cares about.

Death of veteran on trial for 1974 attempted murder sparks renewed debate in North
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Death of veteran on trial for 1974 attempted murder sparks renewed debate in North

Tue 8:06 AM 27,392 Views 0 Comments

Dennis Hutchings died yesterday after contracting Covid-19.

Brussels hints talks won’t include stripping EU judges from Northern Ireland Protocol
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Brussels hints talks won’t include stripping EU judges from Northern Ireland Protocol

Mon 12:13 PM 18,905 Views 26 Comments

The EU said a ‘very intense period of discussions’ has begun but suggested they may not include the role of the European Court of Justice.

Campaigners returning to Westminster to demand end to Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan
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Campaigners returning to Westminster to demand end to Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan

Oct 17th 2021, 11:36 AM 8,811 Views 4 Comments

The UK Government is proposing a statute of limitations that would protect veterans from future prosecutions.

'Talk is the only option': Just how far apart are the UK and the EU on the NI Protocol?
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'Talk is the only option': Just how far apart are the UK and the EU on the NI Protocol?

Oct 16th 2021, 9:30 AM 10,780 Views 16 Comments

How far apart are the EU and the UK to reaching a deal on tweaking trade arrangements in Northern Ireland?

Still 'a long way' to go to reach resolution on Northern Ireland Protocol, Frost warns
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Still 'a long way' to go to reach resolution on Northern Ireland Protocol, Frost warns

Oct 15th 2021, 10:44 AM 12,871 Views 16 Comments

The Brexit Minister will hold talks with European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic in Brussels today.

Northern Ireland Protocol discussions will not be renegotiation, says Sefcovic
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Northern Ireland Protocol discussions will not be renegotiation, says Sefcovic

Updated Oct 14th 2021, 8:10 PM 44,525 Views 41 Comments

Brexit minister David Frost is expected in Brussels tomorrow to meet Maros Sefcovic to discuss ways to break the deadlock.

NI Secretary of State 'profoundly disappointed' with court ruling over lack of abortion services
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NI Secretary of State 'profoundly disappointed' with court ruling over lack of abortion services

Updated Oct 14th 2021, 4:00 PM 14,669 Views 4 Comments

The court ruled that Lewis “failed to comply with his duties” by not ensuring provision for full abortion services for women in the region.

North’s leaders urge caution as latest Covid-19 rule relaxations take effect
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North’s leaders urge caution as latest Covid-19 rule relaxations take effect

Oct 14th 2021, 7:08 AM 8,630 Views 3 Comments

From today, up to 30 people will be permitted in private dwellings.

Here's what the EU is proposing for the NI protocol
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Here's what the EU is proposing for the NI protocol

Updated Oct 13th 2021, 9:30 PM 38,186 Views 45 Comments
  • Measures would see an 80% reduction in checks envisaged for retail agri-food products arriving in the region from Great Britain.
  • The proposed changes would also remove the prospect of certain British produce, including Cumberland sausages, being banned from export to Northern Ireland.
  • The plan also includes a 50% reduction in customs paperwork
DUP says EU proposals on NI Protocol 'fall far short of the fundamental change needed'
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DUP says EU proposals on NI Protocol 'fall far short of the fundamental change needed'

Oct 13th 2021, 7:11 PM 16,268 Views 40 Comments

Sinn Féin welcomed the “far-reaching” EU plans published this evening.

'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'
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'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'

Oct 13th 2021, 5:53 PM 18,601 Views 54 Comments

The Fianna Fáil MInister of State is to attend the event with Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney.

Liverpool full-back Bradley's display offers positive despite Northern Ireland's miserable week
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Liverpool full-back Bradley's display offers positive despite Northern Ireland's miserable week

Oct 13th 2021, 11:20 AM 3,742 Views 0 Comments

‘Tackles aren’t all I can do and it was good to show the fans the other stuff I can do,’ said the 18-year-old.

Man arrested on suspicion of murder after woman dies following Derry car fire
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Man arrested on suspicion of murder after woman dies following Derry car fire

Oct 13th 2021, 6:57 AM 12,747 Views 0 Comments

The PSNI is appealing for witnesses to make contact with them.

Northern Ireland suffer second-half collapse to lose in Bulgaria
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# Losing Out

Northern Ireland suffer second-half collapse to lose in Bulgaria

Oct 12th 2021, 10:03 PM 6,876 Views 5 Comments

Conor Washington had given the visitors a half-time lead.

Northern Ireland try to move on after controversial defeat to Switzerland
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# Clean Slate

Northern Ireland try to move on after controversial defeat to Switzerland

Oct 11th 2021, 5:53 PM 4,375 Views 3 Comments

Ian Baraclough’s side are unlikely to qualify for next year’s World Cup after they lost on Saturday.

Coveney says UK dismisses EU's protocol proposals 'over and over again'
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Coveney says UK dismisses EU's protocol proposals 'over and over again'

Updated Oct 11th 2021, 2:14 PM 24,994 Views 36 Comments

His comments comes after Coveney questioned if the UK wants “a breakdown in relations” with the European Union.

Opinion: Young people north and south look forward while political figures dither over the past
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Opinion: Young people north and south look forward while political figures dither over the past

Oct 10th 2021, 8:30 AM 12,117 Views 12 Comments

While politicians argue over commemorations, Emma DeSouza says new youth-led cross-border research shows young people have moved on.

Taoiseach defends decision of Government to attend NI centenary event
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Taoiseach defends decision of Government to attend NI centenary event

Oct 8th 2021, 7:51 PM 20,951 Views 76 Comments

Micheál Martin said it was not inconsistent after Michael D Higgins declined an invitation to the event.

Omagh bombing: Failure to act on informer tip-off among reasons for judge directing fresh probe
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# Omagh

Omagh bombing: Failure to act on informer tip-off among reasons for judge directing fresh probe

Oct 8th 2021, 2:46 PM 8,142 Views 0 Comments

In July, Mr Justice Horner ruled it was potentially plausible that the attack could have been prevented.

Taoiseach, Paul Givan and Michelle O'Neill all sing from the same hymn sheet on climate change
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Taoiseach, Paul Givan and Michelle O'Neill all sing from the same hymn sheet on climate change

Updated Oct 8th 2021, 2:17 PM 13,212 Views 15 Comments

He will meet with First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill.

Micheál Martin and Boris Johnson lead tributes after death of former NI Secretary
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# James Brokenshire

Micheál Martin and Boris Johnson lead tributes after death of former NI Secretary

Updated Oct 8th 2021, 1:18 PM 75,434 Views 17 Comments

He had been suffering with lung cancer.

Poll: Should two government ministers go to the Northern Ireland centenary service?
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Poll: Should two government ministers go to the Northern Ireland centenary service?

Oct 8th 2021, 8:41 AM 63,578 Views 110 Comments

President Higgins declined his invitation to the event because he believed it was not politically neutral.

Coveney and Chambers to represent Government at Northern Ireland centenary service
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Coveney and Chambers to represent Government at Northern Ireland centenary service

Oct 7th 2021, 9:22 PM 22,635 Views 91 Comments

Last month, President Michael D Higgins announced he had declined his invitation.

Softening of EU stance on NI protocol is welcome breakthrough, Donaldson says
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Softening of EU stance on NI protocol is welcome breakthrough, Donaldson says

Updated Oct 7th 2021, 4:17 PM 20,402 Views 25 Comments

Maros Sefcovic announced that the bloc would table “very far-reaching” proposals within the next fortnight.

Police in Northern Ireland launch probe into allegations of abuse at mother and baby homes
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Police in Northern Ireland launch probe into allegations of abuse at mother and baby homes

Oct 6th 2021, 9:30 PM 5,591 Views 0 Comments

The announcement comes after an independent panel recommended a public inquiry.

Michelle O’Neill to push for public inquiry into mother and baby homes
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Michelle O’Neill to push for public inquiry into mother and baby homes

Updated Oct 5th 2021, 7:15 PM 9,725 Views 18 Comments

An expert panel has recommended an ‘integrated investigation’ by a non-statutory independent panel, feeding into a statutory public inquiry.

Troubles: No lawful basis for vulnerable man to be shot, trial of ex-British Army soldier told
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Troubles: No lawful basis for vulnerable man to be shot, trial of ex-British Army soldier told

Updated Oct 4th 2021, 3:24 PM 28,647 Views 0 Comments

Dennis Hutchings, 80, has pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder of John Pat Cunningham in Co Tyrone in 1974.

Frost tells EU ‘significant changes’ needed to Northern Ireland Brexit deal
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Frost tells EU ‘significant changes’ needed to Northern Ireland Brexit deal

Oct 4th 2021, 2:35 PM 12,039 Views 31 Comments

Brexit minister David Frost again threatened to suspend parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol unless Brussels gives ground.

McKee murder: No evidence against man accused of rioting, court told
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McKee murder: No evidence against man accused of rioting, court told

Oct 4th 2021, 2:15 PM 4,277 Views 0 Comments

Kieran McCool, 29, is accused of rioting and assault on the night that the journalist was shot dead in Derry.

Man charged with rioting offences by police investigating Lyra McKee murder
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Man charged with rioting offences by police investigating Lyra McKee murder

Oct 3rd 2021, 10:46 AM 4,682 Views 0 Comments

The man is expected to appear before Derry Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Johnson says 'fix it or ditch it' on Northern Ireland protocol
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Johnson says 'fix it or ditch it' on Northern Ireland protocol

Oct 2nd 2021, 7:34 AM 34,663 Views 27 Comments

Boris Johnson did not rule out triggering Article 16.

Two men arrested over murder of journalist Lyra McKee
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Two men arrested over murder of journalist Lyra McKee

Oct 1st 2021, 9:23 AM 5,101 Views 0 Comments

The men, aged 44 and 53, were arrested in the Derry area this morning under the UK’s Terrorism Act.

Donaldson tells DUP members he won't shy away from 'difficult decisions' in coming months
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Donaldson tells DUP members he won't shy away from 'difficult decisions' in coming months

Sep 30th 2021, 10:23 PM 20,286 Views 32 Comments

Jeffrey Donaldson said the economic and constitutional integrity of the UK was at risk.

Operation Kenova interim report into Troubles era murders to be published
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# The Troubles

Operation Kenova interim report into Troubles era murders to be published

Sep 30th 2021, 8:18 AM 6,828 Views 1 Comment

It is reviewing a number of historic offences which occurred during the Troubles including more than 200 murders.

Northern Ireland women set to train full-time ahead of Euro 2022
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# Big Plans

Northern Ireland women set to train full-time ahead of Euro 2022

Sep 29th 2021, 6:26 PM 1,958 Views 0 Comments

Kenny Shiels’ side made history earlier this year by qualifying for a first-ever major tournament.

‘Give it to those that suffered most’: Should a NI-style £100 voucher be introduced in Ireland?
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# High Street Voucher

‘Give it to those that suffered most’: Should a NI-style £100 voucher be introduced in Ireland?

Sep 29th 2021, 12:05 AM 22,659 Views 28 Comments
  • Adults in Northern Ireland are being given free £100 vouchers to be spent before the end of November.
  • Sinn Féin is among those calling on the Government to create a similar initiative.
  • Stakeholders have raised some doubts about the programme, reports Céimin Burke.
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