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A review of De La Salle College found serious flaws
 
Priest at Belfast school quizzed pupils about sex - report criticises child protection failings School has been criticised for multiple weaknesses in its child protection measures.
 
 
 
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said the chances of a deal were 'very good'   DUP MP hails 'very good' chance of deal to prop up Tory minority government A senior Democratic Unionist MP has said the chances of reaching a deal with the Conservatives to prop up Theresa May's minority government are "very good".
 
 
Windsor Park   Linfield v Celtic: This is how Windsor Park could look on July 11, which should have been club's biggest payday By Adrian Rutherford Police are set to veto a potentially powderkeg eve-of-Twelfth Windsor Park clash between Linfield and Celtic.
 
 
 
 
 
Sunday will mark three years to the day since the tragic event   Tyrone farmer caused death of dad, court told By Michael Donnelly A Tyrone farmer goes on trial accused of causing death by dangerous driving.
 
 
Ian Paisley   DUP secures 'Military Covenant' for veterans in Northern Ireland By Sue Doherty Ian Paisley has claimed that the party has won government agreement on the issue.
 
 
Police at the Royal Victoria Hospital in the early hours of Wednesday morning   Belfast 'machete man' flees after threatening hospital staff By Victoria Leonard Police were unable to locate a man who was spotted wielding a knife.
 
 
A Co Tyrone man has been convicted of sexually abusing his young son and daughter   NI man raped son from age of three and abused daughter By Staff Reporter Man has been convicted of sexually abusing his young son and daughter.
 
 
 
 
 
Marian Brown, who was just 17 when she was shot dead in west Belfast   Marian Brown murder: Soldier believes there were three gunmen Pregnant Belfast teenager was shot in disputed circumstances in 1972.
 
 
School prefect: Noel Thompson   Old School Pictures - BBC Radio Ulster's Noel Thompson Radio Ulster presenter Noel Thompson joins fresh-faced gallery of schoolday images
 
 
Senior paramilitary John Boreland was murdered with a shotgun outside his north Belfast home (PSNI/PA)   Boreland murder: Trio accused of burning car to stand trial Alan Erwub Three men are to stand trial accused of destroying a car used in a murder.
 
 
Belfast dancers Holly Sullivan, left, and Meghan Sewell, right, danced on stage at the Justin Bieber concert in Dublin. Pic by Peter Morrison   Watch: Belfast dancers join Justin Bieber on stage in Dublin Meghan Sewell (11) and Holly Sullivan (12) had the night of their lives on Wednesday.
 
 
Sport
 
 
Soul and spirit of Everton will be present in new stadium, promises architect Everton's new stadium architect Dan Meis is keen to ensure the club's history is properly recognised in the construction of the Bramley-Moore Dock development.
 
 
Premier League consults clubs on interest in safe-standing pilots The Premier League has written to its 20 clubs asking if they would be interested in taking part in a trial to reintroduce standing sections in their grounds.
 
 
Entertainment
 
 
Belfast dancers Holly Sullivan, left, and Meghan Sewell, right, danced on stage at the Justin Bieber concert in Dublin. Pic by Peter Morrison   Watch: Belfast dancers Holly and Meghan join Justin Bieber on stage in Dublin - 'What's your name gorgeous?' Belfast dancers Meghan Sewell (11) and Holly Sullivan (12) were picked from thousands of young dancers to perform with the singer.
 
 
BY Amy Mulvaney: Cheryl 'hired Irish boxing trainer' to help shed baby weight Cheryl wasted no time getting back into her fitness routine after welcoming her first child, and reportedly did so with the help of an Irish boxing trainer.
 
 
Joanna Lumley urges people to ‘look out for widows’ as she backs charity drive Actress Joanna Lumley has called on people to “look out for widows”.
 
 
Business
 
 
Artist’s impressions of Angelvale’s plans for Queen’s Parade in Bangor   £75m Bangor revamp includes new hotel By Margaret Canning Hospitality group Beannchor has backed a plan to build a new waterside hotel in Bangor as part of a £75m regeneration of Queen's Parade.
 
 
Manufacturers see rise in orders as weak pound boosts demand for UK goods Manufacturers are enjoying their strongest pipeline of orders for nearly 30 years as the weak pound helps boost demand for "Made in Britain" goods, according to a survey.
 
 
B&M chief takes home £670,000 bonus as discount retailer's profits soar The chief executive of discount retailer B&M is celebrating a bumper £1.4 million payday after receiving a hefty bonus last year.
 
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