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Declassified Government files from 1985 have revealed details of how unionists were deliberately not informed of the Anglo-Irish Agreement while the SDLP received regular briefings on the progress of negotiations.
11 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
As a nation accustomed to dialling 999 and summoning an ambulance, it may seem incredible that a country with as vast a population as India doesn't have a proper ambulance service.
14 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
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21 hrs ago | Dromore Today
Kirsty Walker, Emma-Louise Adamson, Principal Andrew Bell, Jenny WIlson and Chloe Russell i 1 2 Edward Byrne Photography INBL1434-235EB Banbridge pupils were celebrating GCSE success last Thursday, with young people in the local district once again impressing in their examinations.
In this week's 'MAIL' we bring you news of a potential change to bin collections that could have ratepayers up in arms.
A 37-year old father of two from Co Down was today placed on probation for three years after he admitted possessing 258 indecent images of children.
The mother of a university student who overdosed on methadone has said she hopes her son's death can help save others.
Mr Wilson suggested to Glasgow newspaper The Herald that Stormont was unable to handle the powers which it already has.
Top Irish League goalkeeper Conor Devlin has been convicted of an assault on a rival player at a Belfast nightclub.
UKIP's David Jones claimed that "the uncontrolled immigration of foreign nationals bubble has burst with the PSNI releasing 20 Romanians from modern-day slavery".
Claims from Banbridge District Council that a new bin collection trial was so successful it is now introducing it across a number of additional bin collection routes, have been met with outrage.
The Rathcoole rapper, who has lived in Manchester since 1996, is heading for Belfast this Saturday to launch 'The Troubles'.
A 15-year-old boy has appeared before a youth court in Enniskillen after a 14-year-old was stabbed in the stomach.
A Portadown group - 'Freedom Acts' - has been working non-stop over the past three years to counteract the growing problem of human trafficking "and virtual slavery" operating in the town.
Lee Ryan from the band Blue and Ashley Roberts from The Pussycat Dolls and 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!' chatted away with staff and even allowed pictures to be taken.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:43 pm
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