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Agreement must be reached on Irish border Brexit issues, warns business chief

Solutions are needed to Irish border issues after Brexit, a leading business group has said.

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'Little evidence of progress' in efforts to restore Stormont powersharing

Crisis talks aimed at restoring powersharing at Stormont are unlikely to be resolved by next week's deadline, the Alliance Party has warned.

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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia

Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain's youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said.

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Financial deal between Tories and DUP must be made public - McDonnell

The financial elements of any Tory deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) must be made public, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has insisted.

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Rise as cricketing power hailed as Ireland joins elite group of nations

Ireland's cricketers have become the country's biggest global sensation since Riverdance, says Warren Deutrom.

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Ex-paramilitary commander turned supergrass admits 200 terrorist offences

A former loyalist paramilitary commander turned supergrass has pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences, including five murders.

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Ivor Bell trial decision delayed in Jean McConville murder case

A decision on whether the trial against a veteran republican charged in connection with the murder of Jean McConville will proceed has been delayed to the autumn.

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We need new approach to convince unionists about united Ireland - Gerry Adams

Nationalists and republicans need to adopt a new approach to convince unionists of the merits of uniting Ireland, Gerry Adams has said.

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Sinn Fein: UK government 'going through the motions' in powersharing talks

The UK government is merely "going through the motions" in talks to restore powersharing at Stormont and is more focused on their efforts to strike a deal with the DUP at Westminster, Sinn Fein has claimed.

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UK population hits 65.6 million after sharpest annual rise since 1947

The population of the UK has seen its sharpest annual increase in nearly 70 years, official figures have revealed.

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Arlene Arkinson's sister attacks An Garda Siochana for 'obstructing inquest'

The sister of murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson has launched a stinging attack on An Garda Siochana, accusing the force of obstructing her inquest.

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Family tortoise Roly 'taking well-earned rest' after city adventure

A family is celebrating after being reunited with their wandering pet tortoise, who escaped their garden in Liverpool and ended up in Widnes.

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DUP deal with Tories 'must deliver tangible benefits for Northern Ireland'

The Democratic Unionists will only strike a parliamentary deal with the Conservative Party if it delivers tangible benefits for Northern Ireland in terms of jobs and investment in health and education, a senior member has insisted.

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Theresa May warned to end austerity if she wants support from DUP

Theresa May has been warned the DUP expects to see more money spent on health and education, with an end to the "dark tunnel of austerity".

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SDLP: DUP and Sinn Fein preparing to make deal to restore powersharing

The DUP and Sinn Fein are preparing to strike a deal to restore powersharing in Northern Ireland, the SDLP has said.

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Abuse victims told no financial compensation for at least another 10 months

Victims of historical child abuse in Northern Ireland have been told they will not receive promised financial compensation for at least another 10 months because of the political crisis.

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Tories and DUP 'still miles apart on deal'

Conservatives and Democratic Unionists remain "miles apart" on key elements of a proposed deal to shore up Theresa May's minority Government, a DUP source has said.

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London 'still one of world's most expensive cities for expatriates'

London remains one of the world's most expensive cities for expatriate employees despite the weakening of the pound over the last year, according to a global index.

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DUP warns Government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'

Theresa May's hopes of a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party to shore up her minority government have hit a setback, as the Northern Irish party warned a deal was "certainly not imminent".

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'Dangerous woman' jailed after posing as Swedish model in bid to murder officer

A lone-wolf dissident bomber who posed as a Swedish model to entrap men into taking part in her terrorist campaign has been branded "dangerous and cunning" by police.

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