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Youngsters get a golden chance to meet Prince Philip
Gold was the order of the day for 100 young people from Northern Ireland whose hard work and endeavour was officially recognised.
Sector wins its first legal challenge
A decision by Education Minister John O'Dowd to prevent an integrated school expanding - despite the ruling of a judicial review - has sparked anger.
Crown Court: Man jailed for police claw hammer attack
A 34-year-old father-of-four who threw a claw hammer at a police officer has been jailed.
Sturgeon 'solidarity' message to UK
Nicola Sturgeon will today extend a message of "friendship and solidarity" to voters in the rest of the UK, pledging the SNP will work with others to make a positive change at Westminster.
Skunk cannabis seizure: Man arrested in Birmingham to appear in Ards court
A man arrested in Birmingham in an international investigation into skunk cannabis supply to Northern Ireland has been charged with...
Body recovered from Lagan believed to be that of missing man Geng Feng Shi
A body recovered from the River Lagan on Friday afternoon is believed to be that of missing man Geng Feng Shi.
Watch: Alliance MP Naomi Long reads out loud mean tweets
Politicians don't often see the funny side of criticism - but Alliance MP Naomi Long has done just that as she has read out mean tweets...
Ashers gay cake case: Bakery barrister tells court there was 'no discrimination' over order...
There was no discrimination in a Christian bakery's decision to decline an order for a cake bearing a pro-gay marriage slogan, a court has...
Pledge on Garda files 'reassuring'
A pledge by the Irish Government to offer full disclosure of Garda files on the sectarian murder of 10 protestant workmen in Co Armagh is "encouraging and reassuring", Northern Ireland's Senior Coroner has said.
Man found not guilty of Barry McCrory murder in Derry
A Derry man was today (Friday) found not guilty of murdering Barry McCrory at a flat in the city 15 months ago.
Barry McCrory mother: Justice has not been done
The grieving mother of murder victim Barry McCrory said she did not agreed with Mr Justice Horner's ruling, and that there has been "no justice" for her son.
James McClean: I was hung out to dry over poppy issue
Premiership footballer James McClean believes that he was “hung out to dry” for his refusal to wear a poppy in recognition of Remembrance...
Lisburn mum admits manslaughter of toddler son
A Co Antrim mother today (Friday) admitted killing her three-year-old toddler son at their Lisburn home almost two years ago.
Taoiseach's plea over Ballymurphy
The sense of injustice held by the families of those killed in a British Army operation in west Belfast in 1971 needs to be dealt with, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said.
Coroner warns of slurry dangers
A coroner delivered a stark warning of the dangers of mixing slurry after presiding over the inquest for an eight-year-old schoolboy who died from inhaling toxic fumes.
Spurs legend Danny Blanchflower honoured with plaque at his childhood home
He's a hero to football fans across Northern Ireland - having earned 56 caps and a reputation as one of our finest sportsmen.
Man and woman die in separate collisions in Fermanagh and Armagh
A man and woman have died following separate collisions in Fermanagh and Armagh.
Sinead O’Connor calls for a revolution for united Ireland: '1916 isn't finished - we should get...
Sinead O’Connor has called for a revolution to create a united Ireland.
Loving tribute for popular teacher after school names new park in her honour
She was an inspirational teacher who believed in the power of play to fire tiny minds.
'No discrimination' over 'gay cake'
There was no discrimination in a Christian bakery's decision to decline an order for a cake bearing a pro-gay marriage slogan, a court has been told.
Calum Best 'has no plans' for Ulster trip on book signing visit to Ireland
Calum Best has spoken of his love for Belfast - but has not indicated that he will visit this weekend when he is in Ireland for a book signing.
Cancer waiting time targets missed as treatment falls by 7%
Key cancer waiting times are being missed in Northern Ireland with the number of urgently referred patients starting vital treatment within...
Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast - March 2015
Sixty6, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast
Villa Night Club celebrates its 1st birthday
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Nightlife: The Bot and The Egg on St Patrick's Day
Filthy McNasty's and The Parlour on St Patrick's Day
The Bot and The Egg on St Patrick's Day
Cuckoo on St Patrick's Day
St Patrick's Day Eve at The Dirty Onion
The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast
The Limelight, Belfast
Fun times for family and friends at Little Wing, Belfast - 2015
Thompson's Garage, Belfast
The National Bar, Belfast
Filthy McNasty's, Belfast
Valentine's night at night at the National
Villa Nightclub, Belfast
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Northern Ireland schools' Big Video Challenge
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Game of Thrones stars hail 'beautiful' Northern Ireland
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Majestic Northern Lights pictured over Ulster
Life under Isis: living in the Islamic 'Caliphate'
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Iconic images of Northern Ireland in war and peace
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s
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