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"It was a bad taste in your mouth." The early release of paramilitary prisoners was probably the most controversial aspect of the Good Friday Agreement - 25 years on it is still a bitter pill to swallow for some victims' relatives, writes @julianoneill 

A 41-year-old man is arrested after two people, including a police officer, are bitten just outside Randalstown late on Sunday night

Petrol bombs have been thrown at police monitoring a republican parade in Londonderry

A man in his 20s is in a serious condition in hospital after being kicked in the face in an assault in central Belfast

Travel could become tricky as a number of weather warnings are issued, @barrabest  reports

Young people are unaware that they are being "exploited and groomed" into criminal violence by paramilitary groups, a @QUBelfast  academic has said.

The explosive was found by a member of the public in Newcastle, County Down, on Monday


Arezki Yachir couldn't speak English when he arrived in Northern Ireland, but has just got two A*s and an A in his A-levels. He's frusrated that his staus as an asylum seeker means he can't go to university because he can't get a loan or grant.. Read more:

Meet the Syrian primary school pupil so good at languages he's been acting as an interpreter for his classmates ?

The DUP says Boris Johnson's Brexit deal "drives a coach and horses through the Good Friday Agreement"

Northern Ireland's economic output is now at a "15-year high", @NISRA  figures show #economy  #NIeconomy 

Catholic priest caught snorting cocaine in 'Nazi room'

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Storm #Ophelia  makes its presence felt at Spelga Dam - Courtesy of Ryan Simpson

These children who have been in care are on a mission to change the way people talk about them @VOYPIC