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Recent articles by Gareth:

DUP defending Good Friday Agreement they 'sought to destroy' says former UUP leader Empey

Former UUP leader Lord Empey has said the DUP are using the Good Friday Agreement as protection in Brexit talks even though they "did all they could to wreck" it. → Read More

Owner's disgust after Carrickfergus scaffolding firm forced out of Ardoyne

The owner of a Carrickfergus scaffolding firm has spoken of his disgust after he was told to remove his men from a job in the Ardoyne area of Belfast on Tuesday morning. → Read More

EU must not use Northern Ireland as 'bargaining chip' in Brexit talks warns Dodds

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has said the EU must consider the feelings of unionists with Brexit talks set to intensify. → Read More

Sean Coyle in shock return to BBC to present new daily radio show

Sean Coyle has returned to the BBC to present a new daily show on Radio Foyle. → Read More

Sean Coyle in shock return to BBC with new radio show

Sean Coyle has returned to the BBC to present a new daily show on Radio Foyle. → Read More

In pictures: The Queen portraits returned to walls of NIO's Stormont House office

The return of a portrait of the Queen to the public area of Stormont House has been welcomed. → Read More

Female staff member 'badly assaulted' by intruder at Muckamore Abbey Hospital

A female staff member at Muckamore Abbey Hospital has been assaulted by an intruder, the Belfast Trust has confirmed. → Read More

Portrait of the Queen put back up in Stormont House after Secretary of State's intervention

A portrait of the Queen has been returned to the public area of Stormont House after its removal sparked a row. → Read More

Belfast council to investigate regulation of 'graphic abortion imagery' in city centre

Belfast City Council is set to investigate whether it can legally regulate the display of graphic abortion images in the city centre. → Read More

Sinn Fein attack 'foolish' DUP for backing Boris Johnson over suspension of Parliament

Sinn Fein have branded the DUP "foolish" for backing Boris Johnson's plans to suspend Parliament ahead of a Queen's Speech. → Read More

'I don't want to go' - long-serving presenter Sean Coyle axed from BBC Radio Ulster

Long-serving radio presenter Sean Coyle has announced he has been sacked from his popular BBC Radio Ulster show. → Read More

Pro-life group to hold silent protest against abortion legislation at Stormont

A pro-life group is set to hold a silent protest at Stormont next month against the decision from Westminster to introduce abortion legislation in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Majority of Northern Ireland's MLAs sign letter to Donald Tusk supporting Brexit backstop

A majority of MLAs have signed a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk saying that they support the backstop. → Read More

Institute FC Chairman appeals for help finding daughter last seen at German airport

The Chairman of Institute Football Club has appealed for help in locating his daughter who was last seen at a German airport on Sunday. → Read More

Police investigating after video shows shots being fired over coffin of IRA killer Alex Murphy

Police are investigating an online video which appears to show shots being fired over the coffin of IRA killer Alex Murphy. → Read More

Outrage after video appears to show shots being fired over coffin of IRA killer Alex Murphy

An online video which appears to show shots being fired over the coffin of IRA killer Alex Murphy has sparked outrage. → Read More

Police to review Nolan Show after IRA man says he 'wished he'd killed more people'

Police are to review the contents of an episode of BBC Radio Ulster's Nolan Show after a former IRA man said that he wished he had killed more British soldiers. → Read More

Jamie Bryson 'did nothing wrong' says Pastor after forgery allegation

A Pastor has moved to defend loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson after the BBC alleged he forged his signature on the accounts of a charity. → Read More

EU must remove backstop or UK will leave without a deal vows Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson has said that the UK will leave the EU without a deal if they are unwilling to renegotiate the withdrawal agreement and remove the Irish border backstop. → Read More

Gary Lineker in Twitter row after declaring 'Rory McIlroy is British'

Former footballer and television presenter Gary Lineker has become embroiled in a Twitter row after declaring Co Down golfer Rory McIlroy is "British". → Read More