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Recent articles by Mark:

Holyland residents describe 'chaos' as students go wild during Freshers' week

Holyland residents have described "total chaos" as hundreds of young people partied on the streets of the south Belfast neighbourhood overnight. → Read More

Alliance MLA apologises after suggesting unionists and nationalists cannot be 'non-sectarian'

An Alliance MLA has apologised after appearing to suggest that all unionists and nationalists are sectarian. → Read More

Thousands of Northern Ireland families facing income slump if welfare package not extended

Tens of thousands of Northern Ireland households could see their incomes suddenly fall if welfare reform mitigations are not extended, two leading Westminster Committees have warned. → Read More

Julian Smith says resignation rumours 'very wide of the mark'

The Northern Ireland Secretary has moved to quash speculation that he could resign from the Cabinet. → Read More

Football club chairman in apology over 'sectarian' flag comments

A English football club chairman has apologised after branding a Northern Ireland flag brought to an FA Cup game as "sectarian". → Read More

Northern Ireland flag 'sectarian', says English football club chairman

The chairman of an English football club has branded the Northern Ireland flag "sectarian" after an opposition fan brought the flag to the club's ground. → Read More

Belfast Boys' Model principal confirms pupil was victim of 'sectarian attack'

The Principal of Belfast Boys' Model School has confirmed one her pupils has been the victim of a 'sectarian attack' in north Belfast. → Read More

Belfast Boys' Model principal confirms pupil was victim of attack

The Principal of Belfast Boys' Model School has confirmed one her pupils has been the victim of an attack in north Belfast. → Read More

Live updates: Chief Constable at Policing Board as pressure mounts over paramilitary child comments

PSNI chief constable Simon Byrne will be asked to withdraw his remarks about putting children of paramilitaries in state care when he appears before the Policing Board this afternoon. → Read More

Pictures: Masked men use van for Derry home ram raid

A house in Londonderry has been extensively damaged after a van was driven into it several times before the vehicle was set on fire by masked men. → Read More

Video: Queen's academic labels UUP position on Stormont House Agreement 'morally outrageous'

A leading academic at Queens University Belfast has said the Ulster Unionist (UUP) position on the Stormont House Agreement (SHA) is "morally outrageous". → Read More

Jim Allister writes to National Crime Agency over £1.5m Sinn Fein donation

TUV leader Jim Allister has written to the National Crime Agency about a £1.5m donation left to Sinn Fein in the will of an English mechanic. → Read More

Calls for emergency Belfast council meeting in bid to stop suspension of Parliament branded 'embarrassing'

A move by SDLP councillors in Belfast to call an emergency meeting of the city council in a bid to legally challenge the suspension of Parliament has been branded an "utter waste of tim → Read More

Saoradh leader says continuation of dissident republican violence 'inevitable'

The leader of a party believed to be the political wing of the New IRA has said that a continuation of violence in Northern Ireland is "inevitable". → Read More

Belfast man shot in legs during paramilitary style attack

Police are investigating after a man in his forties was shot in north Belfast on Wednesday evening. → Read More

Man in hospital after being shot in north Belfast

Police are investigating after a man in his forties was shot in north Belfast on Wednesday evening. → Read More

Watch: Police release CCTV in Malcolm McKeown murder probe

Murder victim Malcolm McKeown was shot up to six times at close range in the head and body, police have confirmed. → Read More

Leaking of Operation Yellowhammer attempt to undermine EU negotiations: Foster

The leaking of Operation Yellowhammer documents is an attempt to undermine upcoming EU negotiations, DUP leader Arlene Foster has said. → Read More

Pictured: Action Against Drugs thugs pose in front of menacing graffiti in New Lodge

Calls have been made for republican crime gang Action Against Drugs (AAD) to disband after armed men were pictured posing in front of threatening graffiti in north Belfast. → Read More

Ulster Unionist Doug Beattie rejects 'stirring pot' claim over support for victims

An Ulster Unionist has his back after Alliance Party deputy leader Stephen Farry accused Doug Beattie of "stirring the pot" and creating a "politically manufactured problem" over the Vi → Read More