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Warning after two motorcycle deaths
Police confirmed a 28-year-old man died on the Baranailt Road in Limavady on Saturday afternoon following a collision with a tractor and trailer.
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Neil Hamilton, deputy chair of UKIP, talks to Sam McBride at the News Letter offices in Belfast.
A former senior Tory who is now UKIP's deputy chairman has said the anti-EU party is focussed on Northern Ireland as an area of growth.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Woman captures cross forming in sky during Holy Week
Speaking to independent.ie, keen amateur photographer Frances McHugh joked if this was a 'sign', she thought it might have appeared before a "more religious person".
Royal Black reveal parade dates
The August demonstrations will be in Lisbellaw on Saturday, August 2 and on the "Last Saturday" in Rathfriland, Ballyclare, Larne, Londonderry, Donemana and Armagh city.
Focus is on literacy for JCSD board
The board of school directors voted unanimously to approve the purchase of professional development services, books, shelves, bins and carts for the implementation of a district-wide guided reading program.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Art & Antiques by Dr. Lori: Discovering Venus
Venus is more than a celestial body. Venus is one of the most popular Classical figures in the history of art.
Tahany Academy on the world stage
Tahany Academy dancers Niamh McSharry and Paula Shevlin from Glenfarne with Crona Higgins, Belcoo and Caoimhe Feeley, Blacklion.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Omagh security alert pair charged with theft
The Tattymoyle Road between Fintona and Tempo was also closed while Army experts were called to examine the vehicle and its contents.
Two arrests after substantial quantity of fertiliser recovered
The Tattymoyle Road between Fintona and Tempo was also closed while Army bomb experts examined the van and its contents.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
International tour operators visit Ballintoy
REPRO FREE April 2014 Top tour operators from Great Britain, the USA, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark visited Ballintoy and the North Antrim Coast as part of a fact-finding trip of the Causeway Coastal Route and Northern Ireland recently.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Donegal asked to get behind Farrah Bogle in Glor Tire final
Emulating the success of another Ballyshannon legend albeit in a different genre Farrah Bogle at the iconic Rory Gallagher statue.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Saddle up for cycle challenge
Calling all cyclists - are you up for a challenge? Are you in a club/group or just enjoy cycling to keep fit.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Strabane is new business zone
Strabane has been selected as one of seven locations in Northern Ireland for participation in a new business improvement pilot.
The Fracking issue is "beyond party politics"
UK Anti Fracking activist Vanessa Vine meets with groups from Clare, Roscommon, Sligo, Antrim, Dublin, Fermanagh and Leitrim in Enniskillen on Saturday, April 5. UK anti fracking activist, Vanessa Vine was in Leitrim and Fermanagh last weekend to meet with local anti fracking members.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
US shells out almost a 200k on hotels and car hire for Michelle Obama's Irish visit
A CO Wicklow car hire service was paid $114,000 to ferry around the US First Lady, her two daughters and entourage during a short visit to Dublin last June.
Joy for Farrah Bogle as she makes Glor Tire final
There were tears of joy last night in the Quays in Galway when Ballyshannon chanteuse Farrah Bogle qualified for next week's final of TG4's Glor Tire competition.
1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As The MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone
ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Death threats force Quinn deal collapse
The Lagan Group has said it has pulled out of a deal to buy a former business owned by the Quinn family because of a series of threats and attacks made to the company, its staff and others over the possible sale.
Foster welcomes tourism buyers to Lough Erne resort
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster has welcomed more than 120 international buyers to the host venue of last year's G8 Summit.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
'Great shame' as century old Fivemiletown plant to lose 50 jobs
THE community of the Clogher Valley has been dealt a major jobs blow after it was announced that the milk processing plant in Fivemiletown will most certainly close after more than a century in operation.