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Sunday 26 January 2020
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Pacemaker Bfst Ltd 4-3-98 Tommy Canavan(Right) Brother of Pub Owner with Ulster Unionist Leader David Trimble and SDLP Deputy Leader Seamus Mallon in Poyntzpass were they visited the Two Familys of the men killed.
Former First Minister Trimble recalls historic Poyntzpass visit with Seamus Mallon Former First Minister David Trimble has reflected on a historic visit to Poyntzpass to visit the families of two murdered friends with the late Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon.
Main Headlines
Seamus Mallon Suzanne Breen: Some branded him bitter but Seamus Mallon was never one to bite his tongue Suzanne Breen I grew up watching Seamus Mallon on TV, his thick waves of white hair flying about his face as he railed against injustice.
Younger voters are giving Sinn Fein a boost, as Fianna Fail remains in the lead Election poll shows younger voters flock to Sinn Fein as Fianna Fail remains in the lead Eimear McGovern A new poll shows that younger voters are flocking to Sinn Fein ahead of the Irish general election, with the margin of error often putting the party neck-and-neck with Fine Gael.
Police are investigating Top republican survives Belfast gun attack Police are investigating a murder bid on a top republican.
Nicole Adams with Charlie Lawson and her partner Ciaran McVarnock. Picture Colm O'Reilly Coronation Street's Charlie Lawson is my hero says cystic fibrosis sufferer Nicole Adams By John Toner Cystic fibrosis sufferer Nicole Adams has thanked Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson for his support as she embarks on a campaign to make the drugs which saved her life available on the NHS.
Thousands of children sit the transfer test every year in Northern Ireland Belfast Telegraph transfer test guide reveals the scores accepted by every NI school The Belfast Telegraph's annual results breakdown, revealing the grades needed to get into selective grammar schools, remains an indispensable guide for parents.
The National Republican Commemoration Committee held an Easter Rising dedication parade in Coalisland on Easter Sunday amid heavy Police presence. An insult to Lyra's memory - New IRA plan show of strength By Ciaran Barnes New IRA plans show of strength five days before anniversary of Lyra McKee's death.
The Foreign Office updated its guidance to ‘advise against all travel to Hubei province’ (Steve Parsons/PA) Additional person tested negative for coronavirus in Scotland By Conor Riordan, PA Scotland Another person suspected of having coronavirus in Scotland has now been tested.
Liam Clarke (25) from Dunmurry, jailed for smuggling drugs into Maghaberry prison. Man caught with 900 pills up his backside unable to walk properly By Paul Higgins A man has been jailed for seven months. for the offence.
Irish minister of state for European affairs Helen McEntee (PA) Checks on GB-NI goods post-Brexit - Irish minister Irish minister said the Withdrawal Agreement means checks on goods.
Nicole Kidman (Ian West/PA) Nicole Kidman set to star in Belfast film The Northman A Viking revenge film is set to be produced in Northern Ireland next year.
Gardai are investigating (Niall Carson/PA) Man dies in Cavan apartment building fire An investigation is underway after a man died in an apartment building fire.
Gardai in Gorey are investigating the death of the 33-year-old man (PA) Woman arrested after man dies in garden of Co Wexford house By Aoife Moore, PA A woman has been arrested after a man died from apparent stab wounds in Co Wexford.
Conor (aged 9), Darragh (7) and Carla (3) McGinley with their father Children found dead in Dublin named Three children who were found dead in a house have been named.
Stormont Liam Beckett: Football has waited long enough for our 'ring-fenced funding' It's something that's been on my mind for some time now, particularly since the reformation of the Assembly at Stormont, and that is just how soon will the powers-that-be release the sub-regional football stadia funding that a leading minister assured me a few years ago had been ringfenced for sport?
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Larne v Glentoran - Danske Bank Premiership
Larne's Andrew Mitchell during this evening's game at Inver Park, Larne. Photo by David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press Larne record first win over Glentoran in 33 years By Ian Cahoon Larne recorded their first win over Glentoran in 33 years to bring the title-challengers’ 15-game unbeaten run to a shuddering halt.
Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland hits out of a bunker on the fourth hole of the South Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course during the third round of the Farmers Insurance golf tournament Saturday Jan. 25, 2020, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy) Rory McIlroy eyes world number one spot after third round 67 puts him back in contention at Torrey Pines Ireland's Rory McIlroy is in joint third place on nine-under-par behind Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer going into the final day of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in California.
Nicole Kidman (Ian West/PA) Nicole Kidman set to star in Belfast film The Northman Nicole Kidman is expected to star in a Viking revenge film set to be produced in Northern Ireland next year.
Harry and Meghan have turned their backs on life as part of the Royal family Meghan will set up US version of royal family, claims Eamonn Holmes By David O'Dornan Eamonn Holmes has rounded on Meghan Markle and claimed that she will set up her own Royal Family in the United States, including "Queen Mother Oprah Winfrey".
Fergal Keane will continue reporting for the broadcaster (BBC/Rolf Marriott/PA) BBC Africa editor Fergal Keane steps down after PTSD diagnosis By Tom Horton, PA The BBC’s Africa editor is stepping down from the job because he is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Returning: Eastern Airways Eastern promise as City Airport agrees Teesside route By Margaret Canning Eastern Airways has announced its return to Northern Ireland with a six-times weekly service from George Best Belfast City Airport to the north east of England.
More than 60 workers at a financial administration company based in Londonderry fear their jobs could be at risk Londonderry admin staff fear their jobs at risk By Donna Deeney More than 60 workers at a financial administration company based in Londonderry fear their jobs could be at risk.
The Old Mill coffee shop’s waterwheel Coffee shop famed for dog club closes down By Margaret Canning A well-known Co Down coffee shop famed for its dog club has ceased trading.
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