In Pictures: Northern Ireland Troubles
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- School assistant could face jail over sex video with 16-year-old Belfast pupil at St Mary’s Christian Brothers Boy’s Grammar School
- Father demands inquest after horrific baby delivery at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital
- Cow pictured riding in Citroen Xsara
- Fisherman 'grabbed Tesco manager by testicles after being stopped over shoplifting spree'
- Punkrocking around the Christmas tree...old stars bid to pogo all the way to No.1
- Sir Bobby leads tributes to Foulkes
- Ban on gay couples adopting children in Ulster is removed
- PM keeps 'book' of blocked policies
- Boxing on the ropes as report says it failed to tackle sectarian problems
- Lloyds fined £28m over bonuses
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Lord Myners to join Co-op board new
Former Treasury Minister Lord Myners has been appointed to the board of The Co-operative Group and will head up its review into how the troubled business is run.
Mandela interpreter 'hallucinating' new
The man accused of faking sign interpretation next to world leaders at Nelson Mandela's memorial has told a local newspaper that he was hallucinating and hearing voices.
RAF delivers gear to French troops new
The Royal Air Force has delivered military equipment to French forces in the troubled capital of the Central African Republic, the Ministry of Defence has said.
Ulster rider Michael Laverty set for second MotoGP season new
Ulster rider Michael Laverty is set for a second season in MotoGP, the Premier League of motorcycle racing.
Milner: Final table all that counts new
Manchester City midfielder James Milner is in no doubt Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash with Arsenal could have a major bearing on the Blues' title challenge - but stressed the table at the end of the season is what really matters.
Young unrepentant over dive claims new
Ashley Young remains unapologetic in the face of accusations of diving and has claimed it is up to referees to deal with him.
Carr and Norton comedy award rivals
Alan Carr and Graham Norton will battle it out to be named Britain's King of Comedy at an awards ceremony tonight.
Smith wins Critics' Choice award
Sam Smith has landed a Brit Award after being named the winner of the Critics' Choice prize for next year's ceremony.
Lewis makes apology to McKellen
Homeland actor Damian Lewis has apologised to Lord Of The Rings star Sir Ian McKellen after saying he did not want to end up a "fruity actor" who is known for playing wizards.