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Tuesday 14 August 2018
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New Lodge Road, Belfast. Credit: Google Images
'Sinister' fires at Belfast homes - residents 'lucky to be alive' Residents at three homes targeted in a suspected arson attack are "lucky to be alive," a Sinn Fein MLA has said.
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Matthew Bradley died during a night out in Liverpool Two charged over Northern Ireland man's hit-and-run death in Liverpool Two men have been charged with causing the death of young Northern Ireland man killed in a hit-and-run in Liverpool.
Presenter Stephen Nolan I only drink twice a year for fear of becoming drink addict, says BBC's Nolan By Mark Edwards Stephen Nolan has said he is terrified he will develop the same sort of addiction to alcohol that he has with food.
A fire engine near the Houses of Parliament, Westminster in central London, after a car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday August 14, 2018. See PA story POLICE Westminster. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire Video: Eyewitnesses tell story of Westminster crash - Terrorism group leading investigation The Met's Counter-Terrorism Command is leading the investigation after a car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament, Scotland Yard said.
Brendan Cunningham and Conal McKee during their Dundrum GAA days I've lost a friend and a brother... pal leads tribute to father-of-one who passed away By Brett Campbell A Co Down man who worked in a New York City bar "always had a big smile no matter what", his best friend has said following his death on Saturday.
Antrim Area Hospital Emergency Department is under pressure. Northern Ireland hospital 'extremely busy' Patients told only attend if in need of immediate treatment.
Homebase is closing several stores Fears for NI stores as Homebase announces closures Homebase announced the closure of 42 outlets, putting around 1,500 jobs at risk.
Redundancies have increased by 30% over last year. Redundancies increase by 30% in NI Number of confirmed redundancies in Northern Ireland has increased.
Lynne and Andrew Brownlee on their wedding day Bride's wedding day 'overshadowed' by late bus By Jenna Gardiner A Belfast woman has told of her disappointment after guests were late.
DUP’s Graham Craig DUP councillor 'crossed the line' over tweet: Alliance member By Mark Edwards Alliance member can take "cut and thrust" of politics but tweet "crossed line".
Scene of the gas explosion that damaged the Clay Oven restaurant Chef lucky to escape Belfast restaurant gas blast fears he can't go back in kitchen Chef recovering in hospital after being seriously injured in a gas explosion.
Clockwise from top: North Antrim MP Ian Paisley with some of this young supporters (including his daughter Emily, second from left) last night DUP 'will support' suspended MP Paisley in by-election By Allan Preston A DUP councillor has said he is certain his party will back suspended MP.
Fergal Deeney was found dead on Sunday in a house at Stanhope Street Mum's plea after son loses life to heroin overdose By Allan Preston Mum of Belfast man urges those facing addiction to get help.
Brive debut: Stuart Olding Stuart Olding admits that a return to Ireland could be on cards one day By John Fallon and Michael Sadlier Controversial ex-Ulster centre Stuart Olding hasn't ruled out a possible return to Ireland.
Scott Quigg I have unfinished business with Carl Frampton, warns Scott Quigg By David Kelly Scott Quigg insists he is the No.1 featherweight in the UK and will prove it given the opportunity.
Dynamic duo: Brooks Koepka (left) and caddie Ricky Elliott of Portrush celebrate with the US PGA title Watch: Brooks Koepka's Portrush caddy Ricky Elliott could have a million dollar season By Brian Keogh Portrush caddie Ricky Elliott could become one of Irish golf's highest earners this season and pocket more than $1m (£783k) after helping Brooks Koepka win three Majors in 14 months.
Aretha Franklin (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP) Beyonce and Jay-Z thank Aretha Franklin for making ‘beautiful music’ Beyonce and Jay-Z have paid tribute to Aretha Franklin on stage, thanking the Queen of Soul for making “beautiful music”.
A screengrab from the YouTube video from James Corden’s The Late Late Show (The Late Late Show/YouTube). Grande and Corden perform incredible Titanic mash-up The pair ended their duet performing Celine Dion’s famous song from the film.
Strictly hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly (Guy Levy/BBC) Strictly’s new signing can’t wait to wear Cuban heels The BBC1 show has unveiled its fourth contestant.
Homebase is closing several stores Fears for Northern Ireland stores as Homebase announces closures There are fears for the future of Northern Ireland's Homebase Stores after the DIY company announced the closure of 42 outlets, putting around 1,500 jobs at risk.
Jim Osborne in Belfast on Friday Man behind huge £500m Belfast plan eyes further Northern Ireland projects By Ryan McAleer The man who owns 40% of the new Belfast Waterside development has said ground will be broken on the half-a-billion pound project by the end of 2018, if phase one of the scheme gets the go ahead from Belfast City Council's planning committee tonight.
Kelli Bagchus and Bill Adamson from Carrickfergus Enterprise Expansion of Carrick business park has potential to create 100 extra jobs By Christine Carrigan Carrickfergus Enterprise has revealed expansion plans after hitting full oc cupancy for the first time in 20 years.
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