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But he said there was a danger the unionist vote could have been so fragmented a second nationalist could have been elected instead.
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5 hrs ago | Ballymoney Today
SAFETY checks are needed to ensure sections of the Antrim Coast Road do not crumble into the sea ahead of the world famous Giro D'Italia cycle race this year, a councillor says.
10 hrs ago | Derry Today
A new mural will be unveiled at Free Derry Corner tomorrow on International Women's Day to mark the centenary of the formation of Cumann na mBan.
Northern Ireland's chief constable has insisted members of his oversight body - the Policing Board - were fully briefed about a process to deal with on-the-run IRA suspects.
The war of words between Sinn Fein and the SDLP over the 'On the Run's' issue has continued in the city with Foyle MP Mark Durkan accusing the republican party of 'dishonesty' over the political debacle.
Speaking today after the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights unveiled a report on gender violence across the European Union, Sinn Fein's Trevor A''Clochartaigh called on the government to address the issue of violence against women.
A victim of the Enniskillen bomb has likened Tony Blair and Peter Hain to Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister who infamously declared in 1938 that he had secured "peace in our time" after appeasing Hitler.
Latest official figures show the number of people signing on the dole has fallen to 11.9% of the overall workforce - down from a peak of just over 15% several years ago.
Ministers may have misled Parliament over a scheme in which secret letters were sent to IRA fugitives telling them they were not wanted for Troubles crimes, DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has said.
Speaking about the on-going peace process, Mr Clinton was interrupted as he spoke about how the world had been "good to some" in recent years but "rough to others and it's been rough on you the past few years".
Gerry Moriarty reports in yesterday's Irish Times highlights the tragic case of the Ballymurphy families of eleven victims on and over several days after the introduction of internment.
The DUP and TUV have questioned whether a former Sinn Fein mayor received a 'letter of comfort' as part of the NIO's administrative scheme for on the runs.
This access road at Tullan Strand was wiped away by Storm Brigid and new access is needed or Bundoran will lose a huge source of revenue from tourists/surfers who use Tullan warns local councillor.
A relative of an IRA murder victim has spoken out about the controversy over the letters of assurance given to republican On the Runs.
Sinn FA©in Louth TD and party leader Gerry Adams and EU party candidate Matt Carthy last night addressed a meeting in the Granvue Hotel in Omeath.
Justice Minister David Ford has said that he does not know why more than 12 years ago the Prison Service put forward names of IRA members who appear to have received "comfort letters" from the NIO.