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Murder accused ‘hit father with a breeze block’

Crime
Police at the scene of the incident

Man charged with murder of Lisburn pensioner

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The aircraft, now in the possession of the UAS

Working replica of century-old plane handed over

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Update: Big Issue seller wasn’t assaulted, police confirm

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Two men injured in road crash: Pensioner in ‘critical’ condition

Transport

Dunmurry boy Cavan preparing for life-changing journey

Health

Sisters go for the chop and help to raise £1675 for Princess Trust

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Valerie the animal Reiki Master

Health
Rita McAlonan with her late father Gerry

Rita helps to raise over £5,000 in memory of late father Gerry

Health
Argos

Argos hiring 381 staff for Christmas rush in Northern Ireland

Business

Two men injured in road crash: Pensioner in ‘critical’ condition

Transport
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard

Minister announces completion of £460k improvement scheme at Hillhall Road

Transport

Bus diversions in place in Lisburn on Black Saturday

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The scene after a woman in her 60s died in a collision between a car and a coach  on the A1 near Hillsborough on Friday morning. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Police confirm death of woman in her 60s following A1 coach and car collision

Transport

Murder accused ‘hit father with a breeze block’

Crime
An officer on a ladder near the crime scene on Tuesday morning

Mayor voices shock at Lisburn killing as PSNI operation continues

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Police and forensic officers at the scene where a body was discovered in the Limehurst Way area of Lisburn on September 25th 2016 , Northern Ireland (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

Victim at centre of murder probe named

Crime
Court

Struck woman repeatedly about the head

Crime

Celebrations at Friends School

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File photo dated 02/03/12 of an exam in progress

‘Porn lessons’ suggested by teachers union to safeguard Northern Ireland school children

Education
St Patrick's pupils Amie McMahon, Neve Gilmore and Karyn Keery celebrate their excellent results.

GCSE results: St Patrick’s Academy celebrating ‘exceptional’ grades

Education
Champagne or Prosecco?

PSNI issue advice for A-Level result party-goers

Crime

Argos hiring 381 staff for Christmas rush in Northern Ireland

Business
Funding announcement: Communities Minister Paul Givan MLA (left) with Councillor Uel Mackin, Chair of the council's Development Committee.

Funding package to promote city’s evening economy

Business
Kingsway Private Nursing Home, Dunmurry.

Nursing home will continue to operate as normal, says administrator

Business
Pictured at the city centre stakeholders meeting held at Lagan Valley Island are Dr Theresa Donaldson, Chief Executive, Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, and Councillor Uel Mackin, Chairman of the council's Development Committee.

Stakeholders plan for future growth of city centre

Business

Questions over appointment of Stormont spin doctor

News

Ian Paisley’s widow boycotts film about him and Martin McGuinness

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Jenny Palmer MLA

MLA apologises for Facebook comment which appeared to compare immigrants to dogs

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Like Manuel from Fawlty Towers, Martin McGuinness claimed to know nothing, said Sammy Wilson

Martin McGuinness ‘like Manuel from Fawlty Towers’

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Lisburn City Library. US4511-102AO

Funding to keep library open

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A happy ending for tiny amputee - Clifford the hedgehog

Environment
Promoting the pilot 'Big Scoop Campaign' in the Laurelhill area are: Marty O'Boyle, Enforcement Officer; Councillor James Baird, Chairman of the Council's Environmental Services Committee; Ronnie Milsop, Regional Campaign Manager, Dogs Trust; Joanne MacAskill, Senior Enforcement Officer and Mitzi who is owned by Bertie McLaughlin.

Council get the scoop on Laurelhill dog poop

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Pictured with the Britain in Bloom judges as they walked around Hillsborough village assessing it for this year's Britain in Bloom final are: members of the Hillsborough community; Deputy Mayor, Alderman Stephen Martin; Councillor James Baird, Chairman of the Council's Environmental Services Committee; Heather Moore, Director of Environmental Services; Dr Theresa Donaldson, Chief Executive and a Hillsborough Old Guard.

Hillsborough is blooming marvellous

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The Renault Clio which was involved in a road accident with an unmarked silver PSNI Mitsubishi, claiming the lives of Sister Frances Forde and Sister Marie Duddy near Newry in September 2014

Police crash driver ‘in an impossible position’

Crime

Dunmurry boy Cavan preparing for life-changing journey

Health
Valerie Westfield using Reiki to treat a horse

Valerie the animal Reiki Master

Health
Rita McAlonan with her late father Gerry

Rita helps to raise over £5,000 in memory of late father Gerry

Health
Obese child

Obese children ‘more likely to struggle at school’

Health

MLA pledges her support

Health