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Axe killer still free after a year

Axe killer still free after a year

Mr McAfee was found by his mother at his home in Henderson Avenue at lunchtime on Friday December 20.

Teachers warn of action over cuts

Teachers warn of action over cuts

A teaching union has warned of strike action over proposed budget cuts.

Ulster parties "agree welfare deal"

Ulster parties "agree welfare deal"

Sources have suggested a deal on welfare reform has been reached by the parties.

Water workers push ahead with strike action

Water workers push ahead with strike action

NI Water employees are to stage industrial action over the Christmas period.

Teenager shot in leg

Teenager shot in leg

A teenager has been shot by a gang in west Belfast.

Northern Bank money "still out there"

Northern Bank money "still out there"

A former senior PSNI officer believes the Northern Bank millions are stashed away.

Drink driving figures drop

Drink driving figures drop

Preliminary figures show the number of people being caught drink driving this winter has fallen.

Postal workers face busiest day

Postal workers face busiest day

Almost two million cards, letters and parcels are being sorted for Christmas in Northern Ireland.

Army shooting victim to be exhumed

Army shooting victim to be exhumed

The body of a man who died during the Ballymurphy Massacre is to be exhumed.

Casement plan rejected

Casement plan rejected

A proposed revamp of a potential Rugby World Cup stadium has been rejected.

Pair charged with terror offences

Pair charged with terror offences

Two men have been charged as part of an investigation into dissident activity in Newry.

Call for audit on CPR prevention

Call for audit on CPR prevention

A watchdog has found guidelines on not resuscitating patients with learning difficulties need to be reviewed.

Opportunity to reach deal "closing"

Opportunity to reach deal "closing"

The Irish Foreign Affairs Minister is warning much work needs done for parties to reach agreement.

Accused "had security target information"

Accused "had security target information"

A man charged with assisting terrorists is held in high regard by dissident republican leaders as a ``world of information'' on po…

Thousands miss health appointments

Thousands miss health appointments

Almost 10,000 people a week fail to turn up for a healthcare appointment in Northern Ireland.

Anti-abortion activist sentenced

Anti-abortion activist sentenced

A high-profile anti-abortion activist has been ordered to do community service and pay compensation to a woman she harassed.

 Jet lands safely after engine fire

Jet lands safely after engine fire

Flight BE130, which was travelling to Belfast City Airport, was diverted to Belfast International Airport.

600 interface incidents since April

600 interface incidents since April

The PSNI say incidents recorded at interfaces in Belfast have reached a new high.

Work-to-rule amid NI water dispute

Work-to-rule amid NI water dispute

Workers at Northern Ireland Water are to take industrial action in a row over pensions.

Rise in domestic abuse call-outs

Rise in domestic abuse call-outs

The PSNI have recorded a rise in domestic abuse call-outs but still believe many cases go unreported.

Northern Ireland to host Gran Fondo

Northern Ireland to host Gran Fondo

A Giro d'Italia legacy event is to be held in Northern Ireland for the next three years.

Prime Minister signals move on Ulster deal

Prime Minister signals move on Ulster deal

David Cameron has signalled he is prepared to offer financial flexibility for Northern Ireland.

Doubt cast over Casement revamp

Doubt cast over Casement revamp

A judge has ruled the application to to revamp Casement Park was unlawful.

Ban on paid-for sex moves closer

Ban on paid-for sex moves closer

The region will become the first part of the UK to introduce such a clampdown when the Bill receives the formality of royal assent…

Call for review of PFI contracts

Call for review of PFI contracts

Stormont's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said greater savings could be achieved and recommended taking steps to improve transpar…

Progress on Troubles legacy hailed

Progress on Troubles legacy hailed

David Ford struck an optimistic note that a way to address sensitive issues around the past could emerge from the ongoing cross pa…

Wells Warning Over Budget Woes

Wells Warning Over Budget Woes

JIM Wells has warned that budget constraints will dominate Northern Ireland’s health service - well beyond the winter crisis.

£90m overpaid due to fraud, error

£90m overpaid due to fraud, error

Official mistakes also saw around £25 million of underpayments

Internet security firm creates jobs

Internet security firm creates jobs

California-based WhiteHat Security provides web application services to blue-chip customers

Frontline Nurse Warns of Winter Pressures

Frontline Nurse Warns of Winter Pressures

An emergency care nurse says last winter never ended and worse is still to come

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