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Whistleblower Colin Wallace is willing to testify to an inquiry into child sex abuse, but it will need access to intelligence documents if it is to succeed.
Up and down Northern Ireland, these towering structures will become pillars of flame when the traditional Eleventh Night kicks off this evening.
Carrickfergus is well placed to attract major yachting events following restoration of the town's fire-damaged sailing club premises.
The Government and town hall leaders insisted yesterday's action had only been backed by a small minority of activists Further strikes are planned by union leaders in the autumn after a co-ordinated day of industrial action over pay, pensions and cuts to services supported by hundreds of thousands of public sector workers.
Protestant hardliners have been piling crates to heights of more than 80 feet in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to create massive flammable structures in a centuries-old religious celebration.
Sixteen Irish comedians are preparing do battle tomorrow night in the final of Toilet Duck London at Camden's London Irish Centre.
Unionist and loyalist leaders have called for the government to set up a commission of inquiry to review a disputed Twelfth parade in north Belfast.
Ballycastle High School and Cross and Passion College were chosen from 16 applications and both school principals have expressed their delight at the announcement.
A Scottish engineering firm is creating 22 jobs over five years as part of an operation at a new site in Ballymena, Co Antrim.
Ireland's biggest community festival is launched on Thursday as west Belfast gets ready for FA©ile an Phobail 2014.
Police in Antrim are appealing for information following an assault at licensed premises in the Main Street area of Randalstown during the early hours of Sunday morning, July 6. At approximately 1.20am it was reported that a man and woman aged in their 20s had been assaulted in the function room of the premises.
Everyone is invited to take part in a project next month by turning off their lights, leaving on a single light or candle for a shared moment of reflection.
Discount retailer Home Bargains is creating up to 40 new jobs with the opening of a store at Granges Street, Ballyclare.
Orangemen representing 16 lodges will take part in the traditional Triangle Combine parade in Cullybackey which last hosted in 2011.
An Orangemen protester stands on a police vehicle as police use water cannon during clashes on the return from a march in north Belfast, Northern Ireland, on July 12, 2013.
A Newtownabbey bakery threatened with legal action for refusing to print 'Support Gay Marriage' on a cake has defended its Christian stance.
Three generations of a local family will attempt to climb the highest peak in Ireland in aid of two charities.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 02:24 am
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