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Remembrance Sunday 2013: Enda Kenny, Theresa Villiers and Dame Mary Peters lay wreaths at solemn services across Northern Ireland
The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment performed a guard of honour at Belfast City Hall's Cenotaph and Garden of Remembrance on Sunday, November 10, where several thousand turned out for Northern Ireland's main commemoration service.
Down Royal Festival 2013: Fashion, fillies and a win for AP McCoy
Tony McCoy moved to within eight victories of the magic 4,000-winner mark over jumps when Jezki made a smooth return to the track at Down Royal.
Save Exploris: Twitter users snap as campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium goes global
A photo campaign to save Northern Ireland's only aquarium has kicked off on Twitter with users posting images of themselves holding 'Save Exploris' signs.
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Queen's Winter Graduations
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Christmas parties 2013
Irish dad forced to take dead baby in taxi for autopsy
Prouvost wins Turner Prize
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HS2 essential for UK, insist MPs
It is "essential for the UK" for the HS2 high-speed rail project to go ahead, a report by MPs said today.
Beckham the ref made son Romeo cry
David Beckham has admitted he reduced his son Romeo to tears after giving a penalty against him while refereeing a children's match.
Reforms 'a blow to working poor'
Chancellor George Osborne has introduced "stealth" welfare measures that will leave the poorest worse off, it was claimed today.
QPR announce new stadium plans new
QPR have announced plans to move into a new 40,000-capacity stadium as part of an ambitious project to be constructed at Old Oak in west London.
Spurs 4-1 Anzhi: Sublime Soldado hat-trick makes it six wins for AVB new
Roberto Soldado kick-started his Tottenham career with a sublime hat-trick to make it six wins from six for Andre Villas-Boas in the Europa League.
Worcester still without a win new
Worcester's Jeremy Su'a scored after 19 seconds and Biarritz had a prop sent off but that still was not enough for the Warriors to claim their first win in the Amlin Challenge Cup this season.
Jack White divorce is finalised new
A judge has finalised the divorce between singer Jack White and British model and singer Karen Elson.
Ovation for stage 'psycho' Smith new
Doctor Who star Matt Smith was given a standing ovation for his portrayal of a serial killer on the first night of a new musical stage adaptation of American Psycho.
Whitehall lands comedy actor prize new
Stand-up comic Jack Whitehall landed the Best TV Comedy Actor prize at the British Comedy Awards tonight.