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More than one million potholes reported to councils last year, survey shows

More than one million potholes were reported to councils last year, according to new research.

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Britain braced for another battering in the wake of Ophelia

Strong winds and big waves will batter Britain's coast just days after Storm Ophelia wreaked destruction.

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Most insurance policies valid for Ophelia damage, says Varadkar

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the vast majority of insurance policies are valid for damage from Storm Ophelia.

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Bill Clinton to discuss Northern Ireland in meeting with Theresa May

Theresa May will discuss the current political situation in Northern Ireland later with former US president Bill Clinton, Downing Street has said.

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Britain braced for another battering in the wake of Ophelia

Strong winds and big waves will batter Britain's coast just days after Storm Ophelia wreaked destruction.

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Drink-driving case against Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill in court

The drink-driving case against Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill is due in court.

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Bill Clinton to discuss Northern Ireland in meeting with Theresa May

Theresa May is to discuss the current political situation in Northern Ireland with former US president Bill Clinton, Downing Street has said.

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Man in court charged with manslaughter over fatal car crash

A man has appeared in court charged with the manslaughter of a young mother in a car crash.

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Chief Constable facing misconduct probe over PSNI vehicle contracts inquiry

Northern Ireland's police chief is facing an investigation into alleged misconduct in public office.

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Stormont politicians 'can't keep getting paid while not sharing power'

Northern Ireland's politicians accept they cannot keep being paid while not sharing power, Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has said.

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Storm Ophelia leaves thousands without power and water supply, disrupts travel

Storm Ophelia has caused further disruption after three people died in hurricane-force winds and hundreds of thousands were left without power.

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Airbus-Bombardier deal 'a positive step forward' amid US exports tariff row

Airbus has acquired a majority stake in Bombardier's C Series aircraft programme, the companies have announced.

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Four arrests after police searches target UDA in West Belfast

Four people have been arrested as part of a police operation against suspected loyalist paramilitary activity.

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May would have won majority under new constituency boundary plans, experts say

Theresa May would have won a Conservative majority in the House of Commons if June's snap general election had taken place under proposed new constituency boundaries, experts have estimated.

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Executive must be restored 'for Northern Ireland's voice to be heard on Brexit'

Northern Ireland needs to re-establish its Executive so it can have a voice in Brexit talks, a Government minister has told British and Irish politicians.

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Police investigate whether dog attack caused death of boy, 10

Detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a child who may have been attacked by the family dog.

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Police considering dog attack as possible cause of death of boy, 11

Police are investigating if an 11-year-old boy found dead with cuts to his head was attacked by the family dog.

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Co Tyrone gold mine project secures £51 million from investors

A gold-digging project in Co Tyrone is expected to receive a £51 million (84.8 million CAD) investment boost.

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Forced adoption survivors claim they were left out of group for probing abuse

Survivors of forced adoptions at mother and baby homes have claimed they were excluded from a Stormont working group tasked with investigating abuse at the institutions.

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DUP pours cold water on imminent powersharing return

The DUP has ruled out any immediate return of the powersharing Executive at Stormont.

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