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Bodies of three men recovered off Kerry shoreline

The bodies of three men are recovered from the water close to their upturned rib off County Kerry. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Firework attacks: PSNI warning over illegal fireworks

The PSNI issue a warning about illegal fireworks, following a spate of "horrifying" attacks. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Ryder Cup 2018: Europe thrash US 17½-10½ to regain Ryder Cup

Open champion Francesco Molinari secures the winning point as Europe regain the Ryder Cup with victory over the United States in France. Source: BBC News...

Fermanagh SFC: Derrygonnelly win fourth consecutive title with emphatic 2-16 to 0-10 win over...

Derrygonnelly clinch their fourth consecutive Fermanagh SFC title with a thumping 12-point win over Ederney at Brewster Park. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Ryder Cup 2018: Rory McIlroy mobbed by fans in Ryder Cup victory interview

Rory McIlroy is mobbed by fans during his post-match interview after Europe regain the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National, Paris. Source: BBC News Northern...

British Touring Cars: Turkington secures third title at Brands Hatch

Northern Ireland's Colin Turkington wins the British Touring Car championship for the third time at Brands Hatch. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Rolling with the Ulster Lambretta Club

Around 100 scooters from all over the UK and Ireland travelled to Co Fermanagh this weekend. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

World Superbikes: Rea wins race two at Magny-Cours to break podium record

Four-time world champion Jonathan Rea wins race two at Magny-Cours to break the record for the most podiums in World Superbikes. Source: BBC News Northern...

World Superbikes: Jonathan Rea reflects on historic fourth title triumph

Jonathan Rea reflects on securing a historic fourth consecutive World Superbike title triumph at Magny-Cours in France with BBC Sport NI's Thomas Kane. Source: BBC...

October 1968: The birth of the Northern Ireland Troubles?

Fifty years has passed since the day widely regarded as the birth of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

World Superbikes: Four-time champion Rea 'addicted to winning feeling'

Jonathan Rea says he is addicted to the feeling of winning after clinching a fourth consecutive World Superbike title at Magny-Cours. Source: BBC News Northern...

Londonderry: Men arrested after house rammed by car

Damage was caused to the house and the gates of the property in Londonderry. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

History-maker Jonathan Rea takes place among NI sporting greats

Jonathan Rea takes his place among the pantheon of Northern Ireland sporting greats after becoming the first rider to win four successive World Superbike...

Brexit: STATSports warns over uncertainty

Co-founder of a sports technology company compares Brexit to a "rugby ball thrown in the air". Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Theresa May announces Festival of Great Britain and NI plan

The government announces plans for a Festival of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for 2022. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Michael Ferguson: RUC officer's brother 'misses him every day'

Michael Ferguson was shot dead outside a shopping centre in Londonderry in 1993. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland