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Today's headlines: Less than half of women feel safe on our streets... And 84% think NI has a problem with domestic violence

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Fewer than half of women questioned for a new poll feel safe on Northern Ireland’s streets. Credit: Daniel Berehulak

Fewer than half of women questioned for a new poll feel safe on Northern Ireland’s streets. Credit: Daniel Berehulak

Fewer than half of women questioned for a new poll feel safe on Northern Ireland’s streets. Credit: Daniel Berehulak

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

Less than 50% of women feel safe walking streets of NI, survey reveals

Poll also shows 84% of people believe domestic violence is major issue here

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Murder victim Ashling Murphy. Credit: Steve Humphreys

Murder victim Ashling Murphy. Credit: Steve Humphreys

Murder victim Ashling Murphy. Credit: Steve Humphreys

Allison Morris: Sobering poll figures on safety show how much work needs to be done to change behaviour

The figures contained in the most recent LucidTalk poll over public safety and domestic violence make for sobering reading

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Ravenhill Road crash victim Jon O'Hara was one of two deaths caused by the serious two-vehicle collision. Photo credit: PSNI

Ravenhill Road crash victim Jon O'Hara was one of two deaths caused by the serious two-vehicle collision. Photo credit: PSNI

Ravenhill Road crash victim Jon O'Hara was one of two deaths caused by the serious two-vehicle collision. Photo credit: PSNI

Ravenhill Road crash: Belfast man Jon O’Hara one of two deaths, while PSNI arrest man (32) in relation to collision

Detectives investigating the east Belfast collision also announced that they have arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of a number of driving offences

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Settled: Patrick Quinn moved to Changshu near Shanghai in 2017

Settled: Patrick Quinn moved to Changshu near Shanghai in 2017

Settled: Patrick Quinn moved to Changshu near Shanghai in 2017

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China’s Covid strategy may be extreme but I’m safe living here, says NI teacher

Glengormley man Patrick praises country and urges people to visit

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Doug Beattie

Doug Beattie

Doug Beattie

Beattie apology for joke about Poots and his wife blasted as ‘feeble’ by DUP

Mr Beattie posted the joke on Saturday evening concerning a fictional scenario involving Mr Poots and himself in a barbershop

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Stíofán Ó Luachráin hopes to find his flute in particular, as it is of 'great sentimental value'.

Stíofán Ó Luachráin hopes to find his flute in particular, as it is of 'great sentimental value'.

Stíofán Ó Luachráin hopes to find his flute in particular, as it is of 'great sentimental value'.

Belfast musician calls for public’s help after his ‘life’s work’ including flute and hard drives are stolen from car

Stíofán Ó Luachráin left his car in North Street car park overnight, and when he returned on Sunday, found that his vehicle’s windows had been smashed

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Grants are issued under the scheme to improve energy efficiency in homes, such as loft insulations. Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Grants are issued under the scheme to improve energy efficiency in homes, such as loft insulations. Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

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Grants are issued under the scheme to improve energy efficiency in homes, such as loft insulations. Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Housing Executive grant aid scheme to insulate homes is hit by Covid and Brexit

Thousands of low income families missing out due to pandemic and supply issues just as energy prices are spiralling


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Over here: First Sergeant Christopher McGuire (centre) and other men of the US 5th Infantry Division listen to an address by Lieutenant General George S Patton while on manoeuvres in Northern Ireland in 1944. Credit: Imperial War Museum

Over here: First Sergeant Christopher McGuire (centre) and other men of the US 5th Infantry Division listen to an address by Lieutenant General George S Patton while on manoeuvres in Northern Ireland in 1944. Credit: Imperial War Museum

Over here: First Sergeant Christopher McGuire (centre) and other men of the US 5th Infantry Division listen to an address by Lieutenant General George S Patton while on manoeuvres in Northern Ireland in 1944. Credit: Imperial War Museum

‘Don’t argue politics and watch out for the whiskey’... how GIs coped with life in NI

Eighty years ago this weekend, American troops arrived in Northern Ireland. As author Simon Topping writes, it was a bittersweet experience for both the hosts and the visitors

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Backing: Boxer Carl Frampton, and patron of NI Council for Integrated Education on a recent visit to Glengormley High

Backing: Boxer Carl Frampton, and patron of NI Council for Integrated Education on a recent visit to Glengormley High

Backing: Boxer Carl Frampton, and patron of NI Council for Integrated Education on a recent visit to Glengormley High

Mark Bain: Integrated education remains Rubik’s cube conundrum

Alliance MLA Kellie Armstrong’s bill to enhance it has many supporters … but their is still plenty of people who are happy with the status quo

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Credit: PA

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Credit: PA

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Credit: PA

Most people here believe Boris Johnson should resign over partygate

Poll shows 78% believe Boris must quit after breaking Covid rules by attending Downing Street Party


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