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  1. Northerners want a vote on removing the borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Independent.ie

    A majority of people in Northern Ireland want a referendum on the border - but they don't want a united Ireland. There is still a heavy leaning towards the North staying in the United Kingdom , including one in five Catholics who do not favour joining the Republic.

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  2. A big save from Instonians goalkeeper Josh Irwin under pressure from Lisnagarvey's Andy ForrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Fermanagh Today

    Raphoe and North Down sit joint top of pool A in the Linden Cup, with Bangor still searching for their first point this season after losing out to their derby rivals. Campbellians were simply no match for Raphoe as the Belfast side went down 4-1 having made the trip up to Donegal.

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  3. Fresh major talks: Villiers' speechRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Fermanagh Today

    Theresa Villiers announced the new round of talks on Northern Ireland's future, involving Westminster and Dublin governments, at a speech on Sunday to the Tories' annual party conference. In a 1,656-word address, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland laid out a host of successes the Province has enjoyed recently, from the Giro d'Italia to Carl Frampton's boxing world championship win.

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  4. Prince Charles: PSNI and RUC owed immense debt of gratitudeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Fermanagh Today

    Prince Charles has told an event in Belfast that both the RUC and PSNI are owed "an immense debt of gratitude" for their sacrifices. The Prince of Wales is patron of the National Police Memorial Day, which remembers almost 4,000 officers killed on duty.

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  5. Fresh talks to break deadlock in Northern Ireland peace processRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Independent.ie

    Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers addresses the room during the Conservative Party annual conference 2014 at the ICC in Birmingham Fresh talks to break the deadlock in the Northern Ireland peace process are to be launched, the British and Irish governments have signalled. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, Northern Ireland secretary of state Theresa Villiers said a new round of cross party negotiations are to be convened.

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  6. Boston Mayor Angers Hometown Ice Hockey Fans During Sister-City VisitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Government Executive

    A controversy that suddenly ignited in Boston on Friday while Mayor Marty Walsh was traveling on an overseas sister-city visit to Belfast, Northern Ireland, shows how comments made an ocean away can be quickly amplified into social media mess back home. In an interview with the BBC in Belfast , Walsh expressed his interest in having Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University and Northeastern University - schools that face each other in the 62-year-old annual hometown Beanpot ice hockey tournament - play a hockey tournament in Boston's sister city.

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  7. The Weekend Warrior's 52nd New York Film Festival PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | ComingSoon.net

    Festival season continues unabated and we jumped right from the 39th Toronto International Film Festival into the 52nd New York Film Festival , the latter an annual presentation by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which features some of the best of other festivals as well as a few big gala premieres and more than a few surprises. While there's quite a bit of repeat from Toronto and other festivals, we have yet to see any of the film festival's "big movies" including the World Premiere of David Fincher's Gone Girl --which seems to be screening for everyone except us before the film's actual premiere on Friday night, September 26, despite opening in just one week.

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  8. NI parties divided over air strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | BBC News

    The House of Commons was packed for the debate and several MPs from Northern Ireland took part in the vote for UK military air strikes in Iraq Northern Ireland parties are divided over whether there should be air strikes in Iraq, as MPs voted to support British military action . A total of 524 MPs have given their backing to a government motion to authorise UK air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq.

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  9. Dromore firm cuts a slice of new marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Banbridge Today

    Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 7th March 2013 - Lagan Valley Business Breakfast at Cafi 1 2 Vic-Ryn in Lisburn. Hertford Arnold, Phylis Arnold and Philip Coulter Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster announced the news recently while congratulating the Dromore firm - established in 1989 by husband and wife Hertford and Phyllis Arnold - on its success.

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  10. Three NI restaurants join Michelin listRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | UTV

    Three restaurants have joined Northern Ireland's now seven-strong list of establishments which have been awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand. Previous recipients were both Home and Coppi in Belfast, Holywood's Fontana, and Oregano in Ballyclare, which have all retained their status.

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  11. Labour Party to examine NI economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2014 | Newsday

    The Labour Party is to set up an independent commission to examine the economy in Northern Ireland and investigate how those on benefits or on low pay can be assisted. Mr Anderson, who is an advertising executive based in Belfast, and Ms Heenan will be supported by a panel of experts and will produce a final report next February.

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  12. From Bible Belt to Chuckle BrotherRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    It was 1966. the 50th anniversary of the Easter Rising. Irish nationalism was celebrated everywhere, not least in Belfast, and it was here that tribal tension was once agin sparked.

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  13. Scottish 'No' vote still leads to constitutional scramble after devolution promises LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2014 | National Post

    EDINBURGH, Scotland - The decisive rejection of Scotland's independence referendum set off an instant scramble Friday to fundamentally reorganize constitutional power in the United Kingdom, with Prime Minister David Cameron citing a chance "to change the way the British people are governed." With Thursday's "no" vote, Cameron avoided the eternal stigma that would have come from allowing Britain to break up on his watch.

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  14. Gerry Adams pushes for Irish unity voteRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2014 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams said Scotland's "inspiring" referendum on independence would accelerate a vote to unite Ireland, a prospect quickly dismissed by Unionists who share power in Northern Ireland. Scotland spurned independence in a historic vote that threatened to rip the United Kingdom apart but an electrifying campaign has emboldened separatist movements across Europe from Catalonia to Flanders.

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  15. Ian Paisley: Conflict, confrontation, and eventual compromiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2014 | Fermanagh Today

    Ian Richard Kyle Paisley was born on April 6 1926 in Armagh into a family which, on his father's side, had roots in the Scottish settlers who came to the townland of Brackey near Sixmilecross in Co Tyrone in the early 17th century. Both the Paisley and Kyle families had been active in the Orange Order and Paisley's father, James Kyle Paisley, had been a member of the Ulster Volunteer Force during the Home Rule crisis of 1912-13.

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  16. With Scots staying in union, power in U.K. could shiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Dallas Morning News

    EDINBURGH, Scotland - The decisive rejection of Scotland's independence referendum set off a scramble Friday to reorganize constitutional power in the United Kingdom, with Prime Minister David Cameron citing a chance "to change the way the British people are governed." With Thursday's "no" vote, Cameron avoided the eternal stigma that would have come if Britain had broken up on his watch.

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  17. Britain plans political upheavalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Martinsburg Journal

    The saga of Scottish independence is over, but a new journey of political upheaval is only beginning for the United Kingdom. Prime Minister David Cameron responded Friday to the passion of the failed Scottish breakaway by promising sweeping new powers to the U.K.'s regions.

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  18. Scots reject independence, but changes to U.K. likelyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | TwinCities

    EDINBURGH, Scotland -- The decisive rejection of Scotland's independence referendum set off an instant scramble Friday to fundamentally reorganize constitutional power in the United Kingdom, with Prime Minister David Cameron citing a chance "to change the way the British people are governed." With Thursday's "no" vote, Cameron avoided the eternal stigma that would have come from allowing Britain to break up on his watch.

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  19. Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness with Prime Minister David CameronRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Fermanagh Today

    The senior republican added: "It showed that it is possible to discuss important constitutional issues in a spirit of respect for all sides. I believe we could do that without opening up divisions which would be detrimental to the institutions."

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  20. Britain plans political upheaval after Scot voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | The Charlotte Observer

    A Saltire and Union Jack flag hang side by side on a building in Edinburgh, Scotland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014.

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