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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Ian Paisley complaints process ‘confidential'

Two politicians who reported the MP to a watchdog complain they cannot speak out due to new rules. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Donegal crash victims' funerals take place

Funerals take place for four men, in their 20s, who died in a single vehicle crash on Sunday night. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Leonardo Da Vinci drawings on display at Ulster Museum

It is only the second time drawings from Da Vinci's work have been exhibited in Northern Ireland. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Ian Ogle murder: Victim 'was stabbed 11 times in the back'

Ian Ogle's skull was also fractured in a fatal attack that involved at least five men, police say. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Enniskillen school pupil took upskirt images 'as prank'

A teenager took five images involving two female teachers at Enniskillen Royal Grammar School. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Glentoran take 'massive step forward' by reducing debt by 'over 90 per cent'

Glentoran chairman Stephen Henderson says the club have taken a "massive step forward" by paying off most of their £1.7m debt. Source: BBC News Northern...

Lewis Tavern: Fire badly damages Dundonald pub

Part of the Upper Newtownards Road remains closed as firefighters work to make the building safe. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Kelly Gallagher adds two more bronze medals to World Championships haul

Northern Ireland's Kelly Gallagher finishes the Para Alpine World Championships with three medals after clinching two bronze on Thursday. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Six Nations 2019: Henshaw named at full-back for Ireland against England

Robbie Henshaw switches from his usual midfield role to full-back for Ireland's opening Six Nations match against England. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland farm incomes down 23% since last year

Officials say increased feed prices are the main cause of the downturn. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Irish Cup: 'Big brother is watching' as Mulgrew plots Queen's upset

Linfield's Jamie Mulgrew is a well-known Irish Cup winner - now younger brother Ben aims to help Queen's pull off a shock win over...

Guildford pub bombings inquest to resume 45 years on

Five people died and 65 others were injured when the IRA bombed two pubs in Guildford in 1974. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Larne man pleads guilty to sexually grooming a child

John Workman stood trial on 10 charges including eight counts of sexual activity with a child. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Universities in N Ireland lowest for unconditional offers

It is in contrast with a huge rise in the number of unconditional offers in England and Wales. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Irish psychiatric nurses refuse overtime work

The move is part of an escalating campaign of industrial action over an Irish pay dispute. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

Top doctor fears hard border could put children at risk

Children with heart defects who travel from NI to Dublin for treatment rely on a swift transfer. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland