Battle between Yes and No takes a bitter twist in final hours
The battle over Scotland's future has entered its final hours amid a row over a last-ditch pledge to devolve more powers to its parliament.
Yes vote 'will be devastating for Northern Ireland unionists'
Northern Ireland looks likely to lose out in terms of our block grant.
Final countdown to Culture Night Belfast
In just over 48 hrs, Belfast’s Biggest ever Cultural Celebration kicks off.
Senior coroner to retire next year
Northern Ireland's senior coroner John Leckey is retiring next year.
Security alert in Co Fermanagh
A suspect object has led to a security alert in the Blaney area of Fermanagh.
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Nightlife: Ollies Bar - Sept 2014
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The Botanic Inn, Belfast Sept 2014
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Vital 2014 pictures: David Guetta
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Belfast rocks to Biffy Clyro
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Belsonic 2014 first night
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast - August 2014
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Northern Ireland Nightlife: Secrets Nightclub, Magherafelt - August 2014
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Month so far 'driest for 50 years'
The first half of September has been the UK's driest for more than 50 years, weather experts said today.
Tributes for forensic archaeologist
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'Solutions' to deprivation sought
Some deprived communities in Northern Ireland have gaping holes at their hearts, Social Development...
Scotland Independence vote
Scottish independence: Publicans really nail their colours to the mast
Simply voting for independence isn't enough for Jim McLaughlin. He wanted to make...
Scottish independence: No camp drowned out by noisy, flamboyant and abrasive rivals who sense historic win
Scottish independence: Ties that bind Northern Ireland and Scotland go way back and will survive the referendum
Scotland referendum Yes vote would be a massive No, insists Danske Bank
This week's Scottish...
Campaigners in last pleas for votes
The two rival referendum campaigns have issued a...
Letters: Yes vote could help Bushmills
BOTH Scotch whisky and Bushmills Whiskey both produce and sell freely within the United Kingdom.
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Foreign troops not needed: Iraq PM new
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20m in damaged euros replaced new
Twenty million euro (£15.8 million) of damaged bank notes, some ruined by washing machines and microwaves, has been rep laced by authorities since the start of last year.
Plans to expand airport gate scheme
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Corporation tax faces OECD test
The much-maligned corporation tax is...
'I've no concerns over Rory McIlroy and Graeme...
European captain Paul McGinley insists he has no concerns over Rory McIlroy and Graeme...
Escare signs new Catalan deal
Full-back Morgan Escare has signed a new four-year contract with Catalan Dragons, the First Utility Super...
Lindy McDowell: Forget Bowie and Beckham - Scotland shouldn't look to the stars.
And so Scotland finally faces its day of destiny as its people heads to the polls for a decision that will shape their future.
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Nicole Richie: My line is evolving
Nicole Richie recently launched her latest House of Harlow 1960 collection and says the brand is continuing to evolve.
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Ex-Linfield coach pictured on UVF parade duty
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