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A woman wearing a face mask walks past a public information sign in Belfast

A woman wearing a face mask walks past a public information sign in Belfast

A woman wearing a face mask walks past a public information sign in Belfast

Here are today's news headlines from across Northern Ireland. Stay with us for live updates and all the latest developments throughout the day.

Only five people in Northern Ireland fined by police for not wearing a face mask

A law was introduced in August last year making it mandatory for people to wear face masks in a variety of settings in a bid to reduce the spread of Covid-19

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Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ jet made stops in Belfast, Dublin and Shannon

The stops — varying from hours to days — have been uncovered during a review of hundreds of flights clocked up as the purported billionaire’s notorious ‘Lolita Express’ private jet criss-crossed the globe before his shocking fall from grace

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NAHT’s Graham Gault

NAHT’s Graham Gault

NAHT’s Graham Gault

Circuit-breaker schools shutdown urged as heads tell of cancelled classes

Principals unable to fill staffing gaps as more than 1,000 teachers test positive for Covid in the last four weeks

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Premium prices: The Tannaghmore Maxol

Premium prices: The Tannaghmore Maxol

Premium prices: The Tannaghmore Maxol

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Northern Ireland petrol station’s premium diesel almost £1.55 a litre

Business that made headlines for its prices in 2008 back in spotlight

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Tragedy: Police remain at the scene in the Elms Park area of Coleraine where two men died suddenly at a property on Monday

Tragedy: Police remain at the scene in the Elms Park area of Coleraine where two men died suddenly at a property on Monday

Tragedy: Police remain at the scene in the Elms Park area of Coleraine where two men died suddenly at a property on Monday

Deaths of Russell and Nigel leave Coleraine community stunned – they were ‘best mates who got on with everyone’

Two friends found dead in a Coleraine flat on Monday have been described as being the type of men who would have “invited anybody in for a drink”

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Meeting: UUP leader Doug Beattie with Caitriona Fottrell, CEO of The Ireland Funds America, during his visit to US

Meeting: UUP leader Doug Beattie with Caitriona Fottrell, CEO of The Ireland Funds America, during his visit to US

Meeting: UUP leader Doug Beattie with Caitriona Fottrell, CEO of The Ireland Funds America, during his visit to US

UUP defends Beattie’s US visit amid ‘work from home’ guidance

Mr Beattie is in North America to promote what his party says is “a confident and positive unionist message directly with politicians and influencers”

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There are some market access advantages from the protocol, selling to Republic of Ireland plus rest EU, but it may still be the case that increased costs on the much greater volume of east-west trade (ie the £10bn of goods and raw materials brought in from Great Britain each year) will outweigh such north-south gains

There are some market access advantages from the protocol, selling to Republic of Ireland plus rest EU, but it may still be the case that increased costs on the much greater volume of east-west trade (ie the £10bn of goods and raw materials brought in from Great Britain each year) will outweigh such north-south gains

There are some market access advantages from the protocol, selling to Republic of Ireland plus rest EU, but it may still be the case that increased costs on the much greater volume of east-west trade (ie the £10bn of goods and raw materials brought in from Great Britain each year) will outweigh such north-south gains

Esmond Birnie: Is Brexit protocol really helping Northern Ireland economy? It’s much too early to say

Years ago, someone said trying to manage a modern economy is a bit like trying to drive the car when both the front and rear windows are covered over

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Milky way: Bryan Boggs on the Clandeboye Estate and (above left) the Co Down firm’s raspberry yoghurt

Milky way: Bryan Boggs on the Clandeboye Estate and (above left) the Co Down firm’s raspberry yoghurt

Milky way: Bryan Boggs on the Clandeboye Estate and (above left) the Co Down firm’s raspberry yoghurt

Soaring prices of raspberry flavouring add to yoghurt maker Clandeboye Estate’s supply chain woes

Clandeboye boss says increase in raspberry flavouring costs having ripple effect on business

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Sinn Fein's Declan Kearney

Sinn Fein's Declan Kearney

Sinn Fein's Declan Kearney

Long-awaited report on Flags, Identity, Culture and Tradition expected to be published

None of the recommendations from the Flags, Identity, Culture and Tradition report are expected be implemented, as no action plan has been agreed, according to reports



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