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The calf, a Simmental bull named Sam, can no longer feed off his mother. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
The sister of a victim of Michael Stone won a challenge to his eligibility to seek parole. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
The Irish government has been advised against wider stockpiling of medicines, says PM Leo Varadkar. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Exactly a year after Dolores O'Riordan's death, The Cranberries reveal new songs featuring her vocals. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
The proposed closures, affecting 1,045 staff, are part of its plan to shut more than 100 stores by 2022. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
St Mirren sign Brad Lyons on loan from Blackburn Rovers as manager Oran Kearney is reunited with the midfielder he sold to the English club from Coleraine. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Supermac's hailed the end of the "McBully" after winning the trademark case. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Ireland scrum-half Luke McGrath will miss the Six Nations after being ruled out for up to eight weeks with a knee ligament injury. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
DUP leader Arlene Foster reiterates that her party will vote against the Brexit withdrawal agreement. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
It happened close to Lismore Comprehensive School in Craigavon on Tuesday. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Police are "conducting enquiries" after Northern Ireland forward Gavin Whyte is filmed performing a lewd act in public. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Nottingham Forest name club legend and ex-Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill as manager, to succeed Aitor Karanka. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Tributes to the two men who died in separate falls in the Mourne Mountains feature in the daily NI newspapers. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Ulster head coach Dan McFarland looks ahead to Saturday's crucial Champions Cup trip to Leicester Tigers and recalls happy memories of their Welford Road home. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
It will mean more than 170 pupils moving to the Portadown campus from September 2020. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Groups from both sides of the Irish border say no deal would jeopardise years of economic development. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland