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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Londonderry retirement complex gets green light

Developers plan a care home, retirement units and a medical centre on the former Thornhill College site. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Sinn Féin accused of 'rowing back' on border poll

Unionist parties claim Mary Lou McDonald is "rowing back" and "all over the place" on a border poll. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Police investigate 'pigeon bait' peregrine falcon death

Conservationists say a pigeon was used as poisoned bait to kill the falcon in County Tyrone. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Stormont deadlock: UK and Irish governments aim for autumn talks

The Irish prime minister says NI devolution could return by the end of the year. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Irish Premiership: Fire and flood fail to thwart high-flying Institute

Institute return to the top division of Northern Ireland football on Saturday less than a year after having to leave their ground because of...

Moira Demesne: Heat unearths ghost of building

Part of the foundation of buildings in County Down reappear as a result of the recent heat wave. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Limavady Catholic church daubed with sectarian graffiti

Police are treating the paramilitary slogans on the Catholic church as a hate crime. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

False widow spider 'devours' native lizard

The Irish lizard was found mummified by the spider's silk in a County Dublin garden. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

False widow spider 'sucked lizard out like a stew'

A false widow spider is recorded feeding on Ireland's only native lizard. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

UUP's 'wouldn't block same-sex marriage'

The Ulster Unionist's Doug Beattie says he does not think any of his party's MLAs would block same-sex marriage. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Ulster in push to develop more young stars through academy

Having watched the success of Leinster and Munster, Ulster know they have to produce high-quality players through the academy system. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Dixons Carphone says data breach affected 10 million

The Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World owner says details of 10 million customers have been affected. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Belfast black bins could be collected just once a month

Belfast City Council is asking for feedback on its black bin collections as part of a consultation on waste and recycling. Source: BBC News Northern...

Unity and the past

Tuesday's papers discuss a united Ireland, the legacy of the Troubles and a "cute" little fox. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Refugees' housing in Belfast 'below basic standards'

Some Syrian families who settled in Belfast are living in properties with leaks, damp and rodents. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Call for suicide task force in north west of Northern Ireland

The plea was issued by MLA Mark H Durkan, whose sister took her own life in 2011. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland