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Compensation for man refused job due to political beliefs

A man has been awarded almost £11,000 in compensation after a community group failed to hire him because of his political beliefs.

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DUP launches online pledge opposing 'witch hunt' of ex-security force members

The DUP has launched an online pledge urging people to oppose a "witch hunt" of former security force members.

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Northern Ireland warned of potential rates crisis due to political stalemate

Northern Ireland is facing a rates crisis if power-sharing at Stormont cannot be restored after the election, it has been warned.

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Coroner defends delays in Arlene Arkinson inquest

Delays to the long-running inquest for missing Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson are worthwhile, a coroner's court has been told.

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Health care should be next government's 'top priority', poll suggests

Health care should be top priority for the next government in Northern Ireland, a poll for a doctors' group suggested.

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DUP under pressure over funding behind Brexit campaign

The Democratic Unionists have faced calls to disclose more details about their relationship with a pro-Union group that bankrolled their £425,000 Brexit campaign.

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Nelson McCausland does not regret refusing to shake Sinn Fein minister's hand

The DUP's Nelson McCausland has said he does not regret refusing to shake the Sinn Fein finance minister's hand during a televised election debate.

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Man dies after being struck by van while taking cash from ATM in Co Antrim

A man has died after he was struck by a van while withdrawing cash from an ATM in Co Antrim.

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Enda Kenny insists on united Ireland clause in Brexit deal

Irish premier Enda Kenny has insisted on a clause in the Brexit deal to allow Northern Ireland rejoin the European Union as part of a united Ireland.

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Two in court charged in connection with arson attacks at police officers' homes

Two men have appeared in court charged in connection with a series of arson attacks at the homes of police officers.

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Officers disciplined by PSNI for failing to properly investigate alleged assault

Two police officers have been disciplined by the PSNI for failing to properly investigate an alleged assault on a teenager by a nightclub doorman.

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Burning of woody biomass more harmful than coal, says report

The UK has spent hundreds of millions of pounds subsidising the burning of woody biomass which releases more emissions than coal, research has found.

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Man arrested amid shooting probe

Detectives investigating violent dissident republicanism have arrested a man.

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DUP's Jim Shannon in tearful plea for justice for murdered cousin

A DUP MP broke down in tears as he called for justice for his cousin who was murdered by the IRA.

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Ulster Unionist Jo-Anne Dobson warns of health service's 'abhorrent situation'

Northern Ireland's health service is in an "abhorrent" state with more than a quarter of a million people waiting for an appointment to see a consultant, it has been warned.

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Norwegian Air promises low-cost links to US from Northern Ireland and Republic

Low-cost transatlantic flights will link four cities in Northern Ireland and the Republic to the US East Coast.

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Coroner says funding dispute is obstructing progress on Troubles-linked inquests

A coroner has expressed profound regret that an ongoing funding row is hampering efforts to progress Troubles-linked inquests in Northern Ireland.

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Eamonn McCann: DUP and Sinn Fein pre-programmed to deadlock

The DUP and Sinn Fein are pre-programmed to deadlock, Eamonn McCann said.

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First Trust Bank to close 15 branches amid falling usage

First Trust Bank is to close 15 branches in Northern Ireland.

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BMI to run Londonderry-Stansted flights after Government funding pledge

The UK Government has pledged almost £4 million to subsidise an air route between Londonderry and London.

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