Tuesday Dec 3
Archaeological finds cost taxpayer 17m
Removing archaeological items found during road building in Northern Ireland has cost the taxpayer A 17m, it has been revealed.
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New inquest into 'MR death' teen
Coroner Suzanne Anderson said court availability issues may result in the start date now being put back to next April A new inquest for a schoolboy whose death has allegedly been linked to a combined measles and rubella vaccination could be delayed for five months, a court has heard.
Rare Seamus Heaney material in new exhibition at Queen's University
A selection of Seamus Heaney's notebooks from his days as a student and professor at Queen's are currently on display in the University's Naughton Gallery as part of a new exhibition, Changing Lives: Our Specialist Subject.
'When I see a poppy, it reminds me that we do not mourn alone'
Pictured at the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Waterfront Hall on 19th October 2013 are Brenda, Alexandra and Victoria Hale with Drummer Steed and the Royal Irish Regimental Mascot, Domhnall .
Concert crush 'could have killed'
Andrew Short, from AJS Promotions, said: "The main entrance was not big enough to cope with the surge of people" One of the authors of a report into the Hillsborough stadium disaster, in which 96 people died, has said there should be an investigation into safety precautions at a country music concert in County Tyrone.