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Recent articles by Rebecca:

Demonstrations over death of George Floyd take place in Belfast and Dublin

Demonstrations have taken place across Ireland following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

Social distance fines in Northern Ireland drop from almost 400 to 30 in a month

The number of fines issued by police in Northern Ireland over social distancing rules dropped from nearly 400 to 30 in a month, it can be revealed. → Read More

Irish citizenship campaigner Emma DeSouza drops court challenge

An Irish citizenship campaigner from Northern Ireland has dropped her legal challenge following a change to immigration laws but vowed to fight on. → Read More

Co Antrim-based 2 Rifles deployment to Kabul goes ahead despite pandemic

The Co Antrim based 2 Rifles are deploying to Kabul as scheduled, despite the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Young survivor of tragic crash making ‘small but significant steps to recovery’

The young victim of a tragic crash which claimed the lives of her mother and sister is making “small but significant steps” to recovery, the family minister has said. → Read More

Retired GP ‘looking forward to putting his feet up’ after 75 miles in five days

A retired GP has said he is looking forward to putting his feet up after walking part of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in his Co Antrim driveway. → Read More

Trump vows to bring US pharmaceutical manufacturing in Ireland back to America

The Irish ambassador to the US has defended the presence of American pharmaceutical companies in Ireland as “benefiting” both nations. → Read More

Greens to enter government formation talks with Fianna Fail and Fine Gael

The Green Party has entered government formation talks with Fianna Fail and Fine Gael. → Read More

Nesbitt quits Stormont committee over lockdown infringement

Former Ulster Unionist Party leader Mike Nesbitt has resigned as deputy chairman of a Stormont committee after he admitted a lockdown infringement. → Read More

Socially-distanced plans for VE day across Northern Ireland

A host of virtual and remote initiatives have been planned across Northern Ireland to mark the 75th anniversary of VE day. → Read More

Tenfold increase in testing demand at NI’s Covid-19 testing centres

There has been a tenfold increase in the number of people attending Northern Ireland’s Covid-19 testing centres, the regional manager has said. → Read More

Man charged in Paul Smyth death probe

A man has been charged in the probe into the death of a man in Lisburn last year. → Read More

Belfast International ‘burning £60,000 per day to keep Northern Ireland open’

Belfast International Airport is staying open at the cost of £60,000 a day to ensure Northern Ireland remains open, its managing director has said. → Read More

Firefighters tackle ‘significant’ gorse blaze in Newry

Firefighters are tackling a “significant” blaze across a large area of gorse in Newry. → Read More

PSNI set to resume legacy investigations and reviews

Police probes into incidents from Northern Ireland’s troubled past are set to resume. → Read More

Stormont must protect Northern Ireland media during coronavirus battle, says SDLP's O’Toole

The Northern Ireland Executive has been urged to take action to support local and regional media amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Tributes after death of noted Irish historian Jonathan Bardon

Tributes have been paid to the noted Irish historian Dr Jonathan Bardon. → Read More

Military advice taken on Maze coronavirus facility design

Health chiefs in Northern Ireland are taking military advice on the design of a Nightingale facility at the Maze but have not yet asked for personnel on the ground. → Read More

No plans to move coronavirus-free care home residents to hotels – Swann

Stormont’s health minister has said there are no current plans to move coronavirus-free care home residents into hotels for their safety. → Read More

Teachers to help decide students' grades in the North

Grades for A level and GCSE students in Northern Ireland will be determined by teachers and previous data, it has been announced. → Read More