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Recent articles by Adrian:

New Presbyterian Church Moderator David Bruce will take office online

The next head of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland will take office at a special ceremony streamed live on the internet. → Read More

Covid-19 lockdown set to continue but Stormont has road map plan

The Executive will lay out a road map for Northern Ireland's exit from lockdown next week that can give people hope for the future, Stormont's leaders have pledged. → Read More

Astronomer at Queen University is 'delighted' by UK science honour

A Queen's University astronomer has received the highest recognition of scientific endeavour in the UK. → Read More

Coronavirus: Profiteering Northern Ireland retailers warned they face action

Retailers in Northern Ireland have been told to stop exploiting the coronavirus pandemic for profit or face sanction. → Read More

PSNI staff absence at 'all-time high' as report warns over budget management

The rate of sick leave in the PSNI has almost doubled since 2010, a report warns today. → Read More

Sinn Fein MP Brady slams threats against telecoms engineers in south Armagh over false 5G claims

Broadband engineers were menaced after false claims spread that they were installing 5G technology in south Armagh. → Read More

Almost one in four Northern Ireland deaths linked to Covid-19

Almost one in four deaths recorded in Northern Ireland in one week were linked to coronavirus, new figures suggest. → Read More

Almost one in four Northern Ireland deaths linked to Covid-19

Almost one in four deaths recorded in Northern Ireland in one week were linked to coronavirus, new figures suggest. → Read More

Coronavirus: True extent of impact of Covid-19 unknown, says health chairman

More questions have been raised around the true scale of coronavirus in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Coronavirus: Foster warns of difficult days to come as NI death toll reaches 48

First Minister Arlene Foster warned that more families would feel pain as another 12 people died in Northern Ireland from coronavirus. → Read More

Brendan Rodgers helps launch hospice emergency appeal for essential care funds

The Northern Ireland Hospice and Children's Hospice have started an emergency appeal for donations. → Read More

Coronavirus: Byrne takes command of the PSNI's response as crisis grows

Chief Constable Simon Byrne has taken command of the policing response to Covid-19 in Northern Ireland. → Read More

£1.5m bill for taxpayer over 'fundamental failings' of governance at Sport NI

The cost of dealing with governance issues at a troubled sports quango has reached almost £1.5m, a report reveals today. → Read More

Six penalty points and £200 fine for motorists who use phone at wheel in Northern Ireland

Tougher penalties will be introduced for motorists who use mobile phones while at the wheel in Northern Ireland, the Infrastructure Minister has revealed. → Read More

Weir calls for radical change in way school inspections are done

Education Minister Peter Weir has called for "radical change" in the way that school inspections are carried out. → Read More

Northern Ireland's crisis-hit health service shored up by overtime bill of almost £80m

Almost £80m was spent on overtime to keep Northern Ireland's crisis-hit health service running over a three-year period. → Read More

Australian bushfires threatened my family, reveals Jonathan Rea

World Superbike star Jonathan Rea has revealed how his family had been affected by the Australian bushfires after donating items to a charity auction. → Read More

15,000 Northern Ireland motorists caught using mobile phone in three years

Almost 15,000 motorists were caught using a mobile phone while at the wheel in Northern Ireland in a three-year period. → Read More

Hain slams No.10's 'double standards' over Executive

A former Secretary of State has accused the Government of double standards over its calls for Stormont to take greater responsibility for Northern Ireland's economy. → Read More

Belfast research body in dispute with firm over £7m payment

A publicly-funded research body has said the recovery of £7m in overdue royalty payments is a priority. → Read More