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Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to keep schools shut following storm

All schools across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are to remain closed on Tuesday as the authorities deal with the aftermath of Storm Ophelia.

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Airbus-Bombardier deal 'a positive step forward' amid US exports tariff row

Airbus has acquired a majority stake in Bombardier's C Series aircraft programme, the companies have announced.

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Thousands still without power in wake of Ophelia

Thousands of people remain without power and water supply following Storm Ophelia, with a huge recovery operation under way across Ireland.

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Tale of the tape: How Storm Ophelia battered Ireland

Ex-hurricane Ophelia is described as one of the most powerful storms to hit Ireland.

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Executive must be restored 'for Northern Ireland's voice to be heard on Brexit'

Northern Ireland needs to re-establish its Executive so it can have a voice in Brexit talks, a Government minister has told British and Irish politicians.

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Ireland rugby stars to stand trial on rape charges

Two Ireland and Ulster rugby stars are to stand trial on charges of rape, a court has ruled.

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Police investigate whether dog attack caused death of boy, 10

Detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a child who may have been attacked by the family dog.

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Police considering dog attack as possible cause of death of boy, 11

Police are investigating if an 11-year-old boy found dead with cuts to his head was attacked by the family dog.

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Co Tyrone gold mine project secures £51 million from investors

A gold-digging project in Co Tyrone is expected to receive a £51 million (84.8 million CAD) investment boost.

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Forced adoption survivors claim they were left out of group for probing abuse

Survivors of forced adoptions at mother and baby homes have claimed they were excluded from a Stormont working group tasked with investigating abuse at the institutions.

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DUP pours cold water on imminent powersharing return

The DUP has ruled out any immediate return of the powersharing Executive at Stormont.

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Dangerous driving incidents cut by fifth thanks to smartphone app

Young drivers in Northern Ireland reduced their number of dangerous driving incidents by a fifth using a new smartphone app.

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Weeping Window poppy artwork comes to Ulster Museum

Hundreds of thousands of poppies will cascade down the front of the Ulster Museum in an art installation commemorating lives lost in the First World War.

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Planned health cuts: Unison warns of legal challenge

Plans to cut millions of pounds from health services in Northern Ireland could face a legal challenge from trade unionists .

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Call to tackle isolation after woman's body found two years after death

A charity has called for "positive steps" to tackle isolation of the elderly after a woman was found in bed more than two years after she died.

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'Disease' of Troubles legacy 'infecting' Northern Ireland policing

Failure to deal with the legacy of the Troubles is "infecting" policing in Northern Ireland with "the disease of the past", it has been warned.

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Westminster makes provision for emergency Northern Ireland legislation debate

A Westminster debate on emergency Northern Ireland legislation could be held on Monday.

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Ruling out loyalist supergrass's murder evidence 'betrayal of victims'

The authorities have betrayed victims by ruling out murder evidence from a loyalist supergrass, a prominent campaigner in Northern Ireland said.

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Murder victim's body may have been in Belfast flat for more than two years

A murder victim whose body was found at a flat in west Belfast may have died more than two years ago, detectives said.

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Government 'hopeful' over re-establishment of Northern Ireland Executive

Andrea Leadsom has said the Government is "very hopeful" of good news coming from Northern Ireland to re-establish its Executive, as she confirmed there would be no debate in Parliament on the repeal bill next week.

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