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Friday 20 April 2018
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The Irish border near Newry, Co Down (David Young/PA)
British Government's Irish border proposals 'comprehensively' rejected by EU The British government has said it will protect Northern Ireland’s place in the UK internal market after reports emerged the EU has “comprehensively rejected” all British proposals for avoiding a hard border in Ireland.
 
Main Headlines
 
Arsene Wenger Confirmed: Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal this summer Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
Police at the scene of the crash on the Ballysillan Road in north Belfast yesterday PSNI: We weren't chasing car that killed young mum - man charged By Rebecca Black The PSNI has said it was not pursuing a suspected stolen car that struck and killed a young mother in north Belfast.
Emergency services at the scene near Nutts Corner yesterday Anguish of witnesses who tried in vain to help victims of plane crash By Victoria Leonard One of the first people to arrive at the scene of a light aircraft crash in Co Antrim that claimed two lives said he experienced a "terrible feeling of helplessness".
The Undertones step out Rock 'n' roll saved Northern Ireland: The 'soundtrack of the Troubles' A new book examines the links between popular music and the Troubles.
 
 
 
Dean Wheeler shows his injuries Homophobic attack victim frightened to go out By Allan Preston An Enniskillen man has said he will never go out in his home town again.
Shopworkers hold a protest at Belfast City Hall over proposed longer Sunday trading hours which the city council are debating. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye Shopworkers protest Belfast Sunday trading plan Shopworkers held at protest at Belfast City Hall on Friday morning.
ATM machines have been targeted by thieves in Co Antrim 'Substantial' amount of cash taken in Co Antrim ATM raids Police appeal for information after a number of ATM machines targeted.
Adrian Lamph Family of man shot by LVF still hoping for justice By Mark Bain Adrian Lamph was killed 20 years ago this week.
 
 
 
Considerable damage was caused to the home of Lisa Dorrian family Family of missing Lisa 'overwhelmed' with help By Rebecca Black The family of missing Lisa Dorrian say they feel completely overwhelmed.
Phillip Logan of Uno on Boucher Road in south Belfast said he had decided to close down after facing a rent increase of £100,000 per year NI furniture shop closing down after £100k rent increase By Margaret Canning Retailers face tough start to the year with a rental increase of £100,000.
DUP Mayor Paul Reid Praise for DUP Mayor's special Irish language event By Brett Campbell A DUP mayor has hosted a special event in Ballymena to celebrate Irish language week.
Maria Lynskey, niece of Joe Lynskey No body found in search for first of IRA's Disappeared Joe Lynskey By Brett Campbell Search in Republic for first of the so-called Disappeared has ended in disappointment.
 
 
Sport
 
Arsene Wenger Stand behind the team: Arsene Wenger confirms he will leave Arsenal this summer Arsène Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
Oval office talks: Darren Murphy Darren Murphy is Glentoran's new target for manager's job By Steven Beacom Former Linfield star Darren Murphy is set for talks with Glentoran about the manager’s job at the Oval.
Treat for the fans: Carl Frampton in action at the public workout in Belfast’s Victoria Square yesterday I'll make 2018 the best year of my boxing life, vows Carl Frampton By David Kelly Carl Frampton says victory over Nonito Donaire tomorrow night can spark the best year of his glittering career.
 
 
Entertainment
 
The Undertones step out Rock 'n' roll saved Northern Ireland: The 'soundtrack of the Troubles' The writer and broadcaster says music was the real unsung hero of the violence.
Ruth Wilson as her grandmother Alison in forthcoming BBC drama Mrs Wilson Ruth Wilson plays her own gran in spy drama being filmed in NI By Jackie Bell A new BBC drama with an all-star cast has begun shooting in Northern Ireland.
Marco Pierre White has his first taste of soda and potato bread at his restaurant at the Park Avenue Hotel, Belfast where he was signing copies of his new book Marco Pierre White reveals biopic details during NI visit By Emma Deighan Chef said Hollywood stars Russell Crowe and Michael Fassbender will play him in a movie.
 
 
Business
 
Phillip Logan of Uno on Boucher Road in south Belfast said he had decided to close down after facing a rent increase of £100,000 per year Northern Ireland furniture shop closing down after rent increase of £100,000 By Margaret Canning Retailers here have faced a tough start to the year with a rental increase of £100,000 in a key shopping area prompting one furniture firm to take the decision to close down, it has emerged.
The average monthly rent in Northern Ireland has risen by more than the UK average to £629, according to a new survey High demand sees Northern Ireland rents rise faster than UK average By Michelle Weir The average monthly rent in Northern Ireland has risen by more than the UK average to £629, according to a new survey.
DUP MP Sammy Wilson New booze labelling laws in Republic 'to hit Northern Ireland drink exports' By Margaret Canning DUP MP Sammy Wilson has accused the Irish Government of "blatant hypocrisy" over changes to the labelling of beers sold in the Republic.
 
 
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