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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Hearts 0-0 Hibs: Neil Lennon 'furious' over coin attack in Edinburgh derby

Hibs boss Neil Lennon says the fan who threw a coin that struck him should be "singled out" for punishment after a volatile Edinburgh...

Ex-GAA official Thomas McKenna denied bail over abuse claims

The High Court hears claims the accused had more than 50,000 photos and video clips. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Brexit: Dominic Raab 'expects deal by 21 November'

Brexit Secretary tells MPs the "end is firmly in sight" with agreement on Northern Ireland "not far" off. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Man jailed for kicking partner in head at bonfire

Jason Sharkey kicked the woman after finding her 'getting it on' with his friend at a bonfire site. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Barry McElduff will not be prosecuted for Kingsmill tweet

The former Sinn Féin MP posted a video of himself balancing a Kingsmill loaf on his head. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Birmingham pub bombings: Inquests to start next year

The 1974 pub bombings in Birmingham city centre left 21 people dead and another 182 injured. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

South Belfast: Would-be robbers stab man and attack woman

Would-be robbers stab a man and attack a woman in south Belfast. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Ian Baraclough: Northern Ireland Under-21 manager signs new two-year contract

Northern Ireland Under-21 manager Ian Baraclough agrees a new two-year contract with the Irish Football Association. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Agriculture Bill: Michael Gove rejects DUP claim about food production

David Simpson says there is not enough emphasis on food production in Agriculture Bill. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Autumn internationals: How are World Cup contenders shaping up?

With less than a year to the World Cup, what are the prospects and problems for England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the southern hemisphere...

Maghaberry primary school principal says parents donating toilet roll

NI principal criticises politicians for "pathetic games" as MPs hear about school budget cuts. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

School principal: Politicians are playing 'pathetic games'

School principal Graham Gault tells MPs that parents are "donating toilet roll" to his school due to budget cuts. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Hyponatraemia: Peer calls for updates on child deaths report

Baroness Angela Smith calls for transparency following the hyponatraemia report into the deaths of five children. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Car owned by daughter of former Sean Quinn manager targeted in arson

A car belonging to the daughter of an ex-associate of Sean Quinn was set on fire. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Robert McCartney: Ombudsman rejects claim killers protected

The police ombudsman says there is no evidence Robert McCartney's killers were protected from justice. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Merchant hotel owners reveal new plans for Lisburn

The firm that owns Belfast's Merchant Hotel is to open an 'urban-style' 52-bedroom hotel in Lisburn next year. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland