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Covid-19: Is Northern Ireland winning the battle against the virus?:

The Church of Ireland has apologised for its role in "shaping a society" that led to mother-and-baby homes

The Republic of Ireland's fishing fleet will lose 15% of their quota under the UK/EU trade deal, according to figures

BT has updated its website after it originally said that schools in NI could not apply for free wi-fi vouchers

Meabh Quoirin, from Belfast, says the inquest into her daughter's death in Malaysia has left "unanswered questions"

Covid-19: Some businesses say they are 'left in the dark' over support scheme:

Brexit: The DUP's bruising battle for control:

Arson attack, which badly damaged a house in Antrim, was "sinister ", police say


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 UK government has submitted applications to the EU to create Border Control Posts at Northern Ireland's ports.

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

NI peer Lord Kilclooney criticised for "racist" tweet about US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris

A look back at when murdered journalist Lyra McKee appeared on BBC Newsline, as a teenager, after winning a young journalist award.