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36 min ago | BBC News
Two new drugs are detected each week across Europe with researchers trying to alert the public to the dangers of new chemicals Young people have died "horrific deaths" from taking multiple drugs, a senior member of the Forensic Science service in Northern Ireland has said.
4 hrs ago | BBC News
Organisers say they want the same abortion rights in Northern Ireland that women have in the rest of the UK.
8 hrs ago | UTV
If you don't know what we're talking about, all will be revealed in this week's edition of The Social Club.
13 hrs ago | UTV
Senior Coroner John Leckey has ruled there were five failings in the care given to a mother in labour which lead to her baby's death.
15 hrs ago | Newsday
A former Manx Grand Prix winner killed during qualifying for this year's event has been described as a "terrific rider".
18 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Four people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a spate of attempted dissident letter bomb attacks last year and earlier this year in Northern Ireland and England.
19 hrs ago | Antrim Today
Top A level students from Cullybackey College with Mr. D. Donaldson , Mr. T. Manson and Mrs. D. Wilkinson.
19 hrs ago | Ballymoney Today
Sometime after 10pm on Monday, August 18, the War Memorial was attacked, poppy wreaths were strewn around with one stolen and the Union flag was cut down from the pole and taken.
Scotland and Northern Ireland have a long history of cultural ties and economic links.
Serving ten council areas, the Hub will provide a range of services for new social enterprise businesses including hot desking facilities, conference/meeting rooms, training suites and potential shop front retail space.
The latest in what is said to be a string of attacks on a war memorial has been described as "particularly disgusting" due to the recent centenary of British-German hostilities in World War One.
A province-wide environmental lobby group has vowed to turn its attention to Carrickfergus after a successful campaign in Fermanagh.
Rory Gallagher pictured at a seminar in the YMCA Wellington Place just before his gig in the Ulster Hall in 1979.
A Carrickfergus schoolgirl has been remembered with the opening of the new playground at the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice.
A 150-year-old barge which travelled Ulster waterways in support of the linen industry and two world war efforts has returned to the Lagan in Belfast as a tourist attraction.
The Royal Black Institution will hold parades in six locations across Northern Ireland - the biggest being in Rathfriland, on Saturday, August 30. The town last played host to the event in 2001.
The Royal Black Institution will hold parades in six locations across Northern Ireland on Saturday, August 30, including Londonderry and Donemana.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:10 pm
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