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Belfast barbershop reopens just after midnight
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Michelle O'Neill defends attendance at Bobby Storey's funeral
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The Last Surviving Sibling Of JFK Dies At 92
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Lewis: ‘All decisions made have put health and safety first’
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Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, dies at 92
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Places of worship reopen in England as Covid-19 lockdown eases
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Police recover gun used to kill journalist Lyra McKee
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Dogs shorn of lockdown locks as groomers resume business
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Couple among first to tie the knot in Northern Ireland following lockdown
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Traditional Ulster bonfires called off due to coronavirus
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Stormont leaders urge public to stop mass gatherings for George Floyd protests
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MP contributes to abortion debate holding her baby daughter
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Brandon Lewis defends House of Commons return
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Huge queues of cars as McDonald’s drive-thrus reopen in Northern Ireland
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Arlene Foster: People shielding in Northern Ireland to be allowed outside from June 8
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Stormont's leaders announce proposed lockdown relaxations for Northern Ireland
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Brexit briefing: 218 days until the end of the transition period
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No new coronavirus deaths reported in Northern Ireland
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14 day quarantine for anyone coming into UK
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Brexit: UK backtracks on pledge to avoid Northern Ireland customs checks
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Sport-On this day: Born May 22, 1946: George Best, Northern Irish footballer
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Belfast PPE store sees new demand from resuming healthcare services
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Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, is dead at 92Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving sibling of slain President John F. Kennedy, who as U.S. ambassador to Ireland in the 1990s played a pivotal role in the Northern Irish peace process, died on..
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Scotland, Northern Ireland report no new COVID-19 deaths in past 24 hoursScotland has recorded no deaths of patients who have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours, Scottish health minister Jeane Freeman said on Sunday.
People mourn George Floyd's death from D.C. to New ZealandA vigil for George Floyd was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and thousands gathered to protest his death in New Zealand.
UK to set out quarantine measures for international arrivalsThe United Kingdom will on Friday set out details of its plans for a quarantine for international arrivals, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said.
Ireland expects scepticism in EU at UK Northern Ireland proposalBritain's proposal on Wednesday that its Brexit divorce deal would require no new customs infrastructure in Northern Ireland will be met with scepticism by many in the European Union, Irish Foreign..
Britain sets out post-Brexit border plans with Northern IrelandBritain said on Wednesday it saw no need for new customs infrastructure with Northern Ireland as it unveiled its proposals for how the border with the province would work next year when a status quo..
Northern Ireland eases restrictions, Ireland deaths at seven-week lowNorthern Ireland gently eased its coronavirus restrictions on Monday, allowing small groups to meet outside and churchgoers to pray alone, broadly keeping pace with Ireland where a partial lifting of..
UK Supreme Court rules internment of Northern Ireland's Adams unlawfulThe British Supreme Court overturned two 1975 convictions of Irish nationalist leader Gerry Adams for prison escape attempts in Northern Ireland during its conflict, ruling on Wednesday that his..
Northern Ireland sets lockdown exit plan resembling Ireland's, but no timetableNorthern Ireland laid out a five-stage roadmap for the easing of its coronavirus lockdown similar to Ireland's, but its omission of any dates for action raised the chances of different parts of the..
Northern Ireland says 'no headroom' to lift COVID-19 restrictions nowNorthern Ireland does not plan to soften restrictions designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 at this time due to the high infection rate, Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill said on Thursday.
'Dreadful' that Britain can't get more people tested for COVID-19: ministerIt is dreadful that more Britons are not getting tested for COVID-19, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said on Thursday, saying the authorities were putting a phenomenal effort into meeting..
UK PM Johnson sure to be back at work soon, minister saysBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson is recovering well from grave COVID-19 complications and will be back at work soon, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said on Thursday.
Almost a third of Northern Ireland COVID-19 deaths outside hospitalsForty-eight people died in Northern Irish care homes and private residences on top of the 109 COVID-19 hospital deaths reported a week ago, the region's statistics office said on Friday, adding to..
Northern Ireland coronavirus restrictions extended by three weeksNorthern Ireland will keep coronavirus restrictions in place for another three weeks, First Minister Arlene Foster said on Wednesday, keeping the British-run region in line with similar measures in..
Sinn Fein protests coronavirus call for British military help in Northern IrelandIrish nationalist party Sinn Fein expressed concern on Saturday over a request by Northern Ireland's health minister for British military assistance in response to the coronavirus, saying it had raised..
Today in History for April 10thHighlights of this day in history: Peace talks conclude in Northern Ireland with Good Friday agreement; the Titanic sets sail; F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' published; Comedian Sam Kinison..
Northern Irish driver pleads guilty over 39 Vietnamese truck deathsNorthern Irish truck driver Maurice Robinson has pleaded guilty to 39 counts of manslaughter related to the deaths of Vietnamese people found in a shipping container in southeast England last year,..
Northern Irish women told to sail to England for abortions despite pandemicNorthern Irish women seeking an abortion have been told they must take an 8-hour ferry to England despite the lockdown, as the regional government resists pressure to offer abortions locally and the..
Northern Ireland brings in tough measures to fight coronavirusNorthern Ireland will introduce "sweeping new powers" to combat the spread of coronavirus from 2300 GMT on Saturday, with many restrictions on businesses tougher than the rest of the United Kingdom.
Northern Ireland to reopen locked-down drink storesNorthern Ireland's devolved government is set to reopen off-licenses, its justice minister said on Friday, putting the region in line with the rest of United Kingdom and coronavirus-related..
Coronavirus care: Northern Irish supermarket prioritizes older shoppersA Northern Irish supermarket opened one hour early on Tuesday to allow older customers to shop safely and avoid coronavirus-related panic buying, sparking similar moves south of the border in Ireland.
UK's Johnson: Northern Ireland as well protected from virus as IrelandBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that people in Northern Ireland were being as well protected from the coronavirus outbreak as people just across the border in the Republic of..
Northern Irish mother takes legal challenge to shut schoolsA Northern Irish mother whose daughter suffers from underlying health problems and is at greater risk from coronavirus will start an emergency legal challenge on Monday against Britain's decision to..
Northern Irish government split on coronavirus measuresIrish nationalists in Northern Ireland's government called on Friday for the closure of schools to mirror measures across the border in the Republic of Ireland, putting them at odds with their..
British region of Northern Ireland confirms first coronavirus caseNorthern Ireland authorities on Thursday confirmed their first case of coronavirus, with the British region's chief medical officer Michael McBride telling journalists that the patient had traveled..
UK PM Johnson's Brexit team seeks to evade Irish Sea checks on goods: Sunday TimesBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit team has been ordered to come up with plans to "get around" the Northern Ireland protocol in the Brexit withdrawal agreement to evade checks on goods..
Poll shows Northern Ireland majority against united IrelandA majority of voters in Northern Ireland would oppose the region leaving the United Kingdom to form a united Ireland if a referendum were held tomorrow, according to a poll published by the Belfast..
Sacking of UK minister who broke Northern Ireland logjam dismays Belfast, DublinBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sacked the minister who helped end three years of political paralysis in Northern Ireland, prompting criticism on Thursday that Johnson was indifferent to the..
Irish PM tacitly criticizes Johnson's sacking of Northern Ireland ministerLeo Varadkar, the prime minister of Ireland, tacitly criticized British leader Boris Johnson for sacking his Northern Ireland minister Julian Smith, hailing Smith as "one of Britain's finest..
British PM Johnson sacks minister who restored Northern Ireland power sharingBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday sacked the minister who helped end three years of political stalemate in Northern Ireland, prompting criticism that Johnson was indifferent to the fate..
UK Northern Ireland minister Smith leaves roleBritain's Northern Ireland minister Julian Smith indicated he had left his role in government on Thursday, saying on Twitter that serving the province had been a privilege.
Britain's duchess Kate makes first solo visit to Northern IrelandBritain's duchess Kate, the wife of Prince William, met local families on Wednesday during a surprise visit to Northern Ireland to promote her early-years survey.
Sinn Fein eyes government, Irish unity poll after election surgeSinn Fein on Monday demanded inclusion in Ireland's next government after a record election showing, a move that would raise its central goal of reunification with Northern Ireland toward the top of..
Bomb on British-bound lorry intended for Brexit day, Northern Irish police sayNorthern Irish militants hoped a bomb they planted on a haulage lorry last week would take a ferry across the Irish Sea and explode in Britain at the time it left the European Union, police said on..
Bomb found attached to UK-bound lorry in Northern Ireland, police sayPolice in Northern Ireland found a bomb attached to a haulage lorry in County Armagh, planted by dissident republicans and intended to travel across the Irish Sea to Britain, the police said in a..
Difficult to see how there will not be new checks between Britain and Northern Ireland: DUP's FosterIt is difficult to see how there will not be any new checks between Britain and Northern Ireland if London pursues a trade agreement which is not aligned with the European Union, Arlene Foster, leader..
Brexit withdrawal deal must be implemented 'with rigor': EU's BarnierThe European Union will monitor the Northern Ireland elements of Britain's Brexit agreement very closely and will not allow London to re-open the deal "under the guise of implementation," the EU’s..
Good Friday Agreement architect Seamus Mallon dies at 83Former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon, one of the architects of the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement, died on Friday aged 83, drawing tributes from across a political divide he..
Irish court approves extradition over Vietnamese truck deathsAn Irish court on Friday approved the extradition of one of the two Northern Irish men charged with manslaughter over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found in the back of a truck near London last..
Britain to commit two billion pounds to new Northern Irish governmentThe British government said on Wednesday it will provide 2 billion pounds ($2.6 billion) to support the newly restored Northern Ireland government to end the nurses’ pay dispute, transform public..
UK PM Johnson visits Northern Ireland to meet new executive, Irish PMPrime Minister Boris Johnson visited Northern Ireland on Monday to mark the restoration of the British province's devolved executive after three years and to hold talks with Irish counterpart Leo..
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Northern Ireland's politicians return to work after three-year standoffNorthern Ireland's main political parties sat down together in Belfast on Saturday to form a power-sharing government and end a three-year standoff that threatened a key part of the province's 1998..
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