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TUV leader Jim Allister says the petition of concern is an 'abnormality'

TUV leader Jim Allister has denied there is a contradiction between his desire to scrap the petition of concern and his willingness to use the controversial voting tool to block same sex marriage.

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O'Neill: Arlene Foster 'fixated on Gerry Adams'

Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill has told DUP leader Arlene Foster to "stop fixating on Gerry Adams".

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Man charged with manslaughter of Conan Anderson in Belfast

A man has been remanded on bail after appearing in court charged with the manslaughter of a football coach who died two weeks after sustaining a head injury on a night out.

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Voters can save devolution by opting for change, says SDLP leader

The Assembly election is a critical moment for the future of powersharing in Northern Ireland, with voters facing a stark choice between saving devolution or a return to direct rule, the SDLP leader has said.

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Police officer cleared of causing injuries by making handcuffs too tight

A police officer has been cleared of causing "possible lifelong injuries" to a man by closing handcuffs so tightly that he suffered "suspected nerve damage".

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'INLA ammunition and pipe bombs' seized by police

Ammunition and pipe bombs thought to be linked to the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) have been seized in Belfast.

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Coalition of business leaders voices support for North South Interconnector

A coalition of business leaders in Northern Ireland has voiced support for the North South Interconnector ahead of the resumption of a public inquiry into the controversial electricity project.

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Five charged over attacks on serving police officers' homes

Four men and one woman have been charged with arson and drugs offences linked to attacks on the homes of police officers in Northern Ireland.

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Alliance Party leader: Cost of division in NI is real government scandal

The £800 million annual cost of a segregated society is the "real scandal" of Northern Ireland's government, the Alliance Party leader has said.

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Nine arrested after arson attacks on homes of police officers

Detectives investigating a string of life-threatening arsons at the homes of police officers in Northern Ireland have made nine arrests.

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Man charged with manslaughter after death of 22-year-old in Belfast

A man has been charged with the manslaughter of another man who died two weeks after sustaining a head injury on a night out.

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Greens see hope for gay marriage after Foster comments

The DUP's changed position on Stormont's petition of concern could finally lead the way for same sex marriage in Northern Ireland, it has been claimed.

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People Before Profit hoping to win more Assembly seats

People Before Profit (PBP) has said it is hoping to win extra seats in West and North Belfast this Assembly election.

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Teenager denies manslaughter of boy in schoolyard incident

A teenage student has pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of a 13-year-old boy who died following a playground incident at school.

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Finucane family consider legal options after losing appeal for public inquiry

The family of solicitor Pat Finucane are considering fresh legal options after losing a court challenge against the Government's refusal to hold a public inquiry into his murder.

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Work begins on £2.5m retail development at Belfast International Airport

Work has begun on a £2.5 million retail, food and fuel forecourt at Belfast International Airport.

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Legal innovation centre to be first of its kind in UK

A new Ulster University (UU) Legal Innovation Centre in Northern Ireland will be the first of its kind in the UK.

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Mother and son shot in County Londonderry

A mother and son have been shot in County Londonderry.

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Suspect 'threatened Catholics' before family man killed in loyalist shooting

A suspect in the sectarian loyalist shooting of a young father in Northern Ireland vowed to clear all Catholic "taigs" from the area, a lawyer told an inquest.

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Arlene Foster says election polls show DUP and Sinn Fein will be 'neck and neck'

Electoral polls show that the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein will be "neck and neck" in the March Stormont election, Arlene Foster has claimed.

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