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Province in festival mood for Giro d'Italia
With less than a month before the Giro d'Italia hits Northern Ireland, details of a raft of festival events connected to it have been announced - plus some of the disruption which the event will bring.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
New York Magazine
Liam Neeson Says de Blasio Is on Wrong Side of Carriage-Horse 'Class Issue'
Back in March, man of action Liam Neeson took a dozen City Council members to visit of one of Central Park's stables in order to demonstrate the misguidedness of Mayor de Blasio's vow to end New York's horse-drawn carriage industry.
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FAMILIES of people murdered by a loyalist gang based in south Armagh are set to sue the government over collusion claims.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Traffic advice issued for Giro d'Italia
People are being urged to use public transport to ensure they have the best view of the Giro d'Italia race when it comes to Northern Ireland next month.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Government Bill 'more effective'
NI21 South Down MLA John McCallister has welcomed support in the Assembly for a number of his party's amendments to the Local Government Bill.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Irish Republican News
McGurk's report to be released uncensored
Families of those killed in the McGurk's Bar massacre have succeeded in forcing the British authorities to release an unedited report into the bombing, it has been confirmed.
Legal bid over murders 'collusion'
The British Government is facing mass legal action over alleged collusion with loyalists in murders in Northern Ireland in the 1970s.
Man remanded on Omagh bomb charges
A republican successfully sued over the Omagh bomb has been remanded in custody charged with murdering the 29 victims of the Real IRA outrage.
Newry and Mourne District Council Playpark which is named Raymond McCreesh Park. pictureMark Pearce
Pressure was mounting on Newry and Mourne District Council on Thursday to revoke the controversial title of a play park named after an IRA member.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Cardinal Brady Commends Irish President, Wife on UK Visit
The archbishop of Armagh and primate of All Ireland, Cardinal Sean Brady, commended Ireland's president Michael Higgins and wife on their recent state visit to the United Kingdom.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Report criticises IRA play park name
The Equality Commission has criticised Newry and Mourne Council for retaining the name of a children's play park called after an IRA hunger striker It was originally named after Raymond McCreesh in 2001, but the council voted to retain the name in December 2012.
OTR question over Kingsmill suspects
The government is being asked to disclose whether secret letters were sent to suspects believed to have been involved in the Kingsmill killings.
Parts of series five of Game of Thrones will be filmed in Northern Ireland, it has been confirmed.
It is estimated the production of the hugely successful fantasy show and filming in locations across the province will bring in more than A 20m for the local economy.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Anger as jobs still in balance
The SDLP have described a proposed 12 week consultation by HMRC as a "farcical stunt" and has questioned the government's commitment to boosting the economy in the north.
Man arrested in England in UVF murders probe
He was detained by the Police Service of Northern Ireland as part of an investigation into Ulster Volunteer Force killings.
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THE family of a Belleeks woman who is battling a rare genetic disorder, which has had a devastating impact on her health, are appealing to the community to help their fundraising efforts to treat her condition.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Body found in Lough Ree search
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Sat Apr 05, 2014
Crews searching for the body of a missing Portadown fisherman, on Lough Ree in County Westmeath, have recovered a body.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
There are claims that Downing Street tried to get two republicans freed after a call from Gerry Adams and the Health Minister faces demands to apologise over the death of a baby.
'Victory' for crew in charity row
The five lifeboat crew members hailed the outcome of the case as a victory and said they had been "completely exonerated" Five crew members of the Lough Neagh Rescue lifeboat in Northern Ireland have successfully appealed their expulsion from the life-saving charity.