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Live updates RHI Inquiry: Documents to be redacted and whistleblower identified

Some documents in the RHI inquiry evidence will be redacted and a whistleblower is to be identified, lead counsel on the RHI Inquiry has said. → Read More

Live updates RHI Inquiry: Those wanting criminals identified 'will be left disappointed'

Lead counsel on the RHI Inquiry has said there will be no parade of the guilty and those wanting to see the process make criminals out of those involved → Read More

RHI Inquiry: Thorough and fair investigation promised

The inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive scheme held its first public evidence session. → Read More

Live updates RHI Inquiry: No 'fast forwarding' to key witnesses in proceedings

Some documents in the RHI inquiry evidence will be redacted and a whistleblower is to be identified, lead counsel on the RHI Inquiry has said. He also said there would be no → Read More

Live updates RHI Inquiry: No 'fast forwarding' to key witnesses in proceedings

Some documents in the RHI inquiry evidence will be redacted and a whistleblower is to be identified, lead counsel on the RHI Inquiry has said. He also said there would be no → Read More

RHI overspend figure was exaggerated by at least £160m

The projected £490m overspend in the Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) scheme - which helped bring down the Northern Ireland Executive - was overestimated by at least £160m. → Read More

Bangor Shooting 'a brutal act of violence'

A man has been shot in an attack in Bangor in an incident described as a → Read More

Bangor shooting 'a brutal act of violence'

A man has been shot in an attack in Bangor in an incident described as a → Read More

Bangor shooting: Man (55) gunned down at busy shopping centre dies

A man who was shot in a broad daylight attack in Bangor in an incident described as a → Read More

Police at scene of Northern Ireland shooting

A man has been shot in an attack in Bangor. → Read More

Couple murdered in Northern Ireland home

Police are investigating a possible burglary gone wrong in Portadown which has left two elderly pensioners dead → Read More

Bear Grylls Island Northern Ireland: It may hurt a little, but the smiles will heal it

Sitting on the banks of the Erne, Belle Isle Estate boasts some of the most impressive scenery you could find in Northern Ireland, and now one dark secret. It's island. → Read More

Public health warning as boy (9) left critically ill after toxic waste dumped at bonfire

Police are urging parents to monitor their children after hazardous material was dumped on a Belfast bonfire which its thought left a nine-year-old boy in hospital critically ill. → Read More

Public health warning over toxic waste dumped at bonfire

Police are urging parents to monitor their children after hazardous material was dumped on a Belfast bonfire. → Read More

Manchester attack: We could have been there, says Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill said his squad were left in shock at the Manchester attack, as his players could have easily been at the Ariana Grande concert with their children. → Read More

Northern Ireland town engulfed in stench

A Northern Ireland town has been left with a thick stench hanging over it as a fire burned on for its fourth day. → Read More

Weekend summit call as Belfast Sunday trading hours extension rejected

Independent retailers have called for a "weekend summit" to discuss boosting trade and tourism after a plan to allow large shops in Belfast to open on a Sunday for longer was rejected by city councillors. Shops bigger than the size of a tennis court can only open between 1pm and 6pm every Sunday. A plan by the council to designate the city as a "holiday resort" meant that all shops could have… → Read More

Closed: Weekend summit call as Belfast Sunday trading hours extension rejected

Independent retailers have called for a "weekend summit" to discuss boosting trade and tourism after a plan to allow large shops in Belfast to open on a Sunday for longer was rejected by city councillors. Shops bigger than the size of a tennis court can only open between 1pm and 6pm every Sunday. A plan by the council to designate the city as a "holiday resort" meant that all shops could have… → Read More

How could dead badger feature on Belfast traffic news for over two hours?

Questions have been asked as to how a dead badger could feature prominently on the morning commute for Belfast motorists. → Read More

Revealed: From Ahoghill to Whitehead - where are you most likely to get a parking ticket in Northern Ireland?

Government statistics have revealed where motorists are most likely to get a parking ticket - outside of Belfast. → Read More