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High-security prison officer 'a key player in organised crime gang'

A prison officer charged with dealing drugs inside a high-security jail is a "key player" in an organised crime gang, a court has been told.

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Forty residents of care home shut down by inspectors still in need of relocating

Health chiefs are trying to find new beds for about 40 residents of a care home which has been shut down by inspectors.

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Gunshots fired at house while toddler slept in room upstairs

A toddler was sleeping in a house when at least two gunshots were fired through the front windows, police said.

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Sinn Fein calls for powersharing talks to resume on August 28

Sinn Fein has called for Stormont powersharing talks to start in a week's time.

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Business leaders welcome UK proposals for EU trade continuing post-Brexit

Britain has set out proposals to ensure that goods and services currently approved for sale across the UK and EU can continue to be traded after Brexit.

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DUP says health, education, economy suffering due to Sinn Fein intransigence

Sinn Fein intransigence is preventing Northern Ireland politicians from dealing with growing problems in health, education and the economy, the Democratic Unionists have claimed.

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Average house price for home movers soars by nearly £85,000, analysis reveals

The average house price paid by home movers has surged by nearly £85,000 over the past five years, according to analysis from Lloyds Bank.

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Man arrested in drugs probe after 19-year-old dies

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after a 19-year-old woman died.

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Young driver killed, two passengers hurt in crash

A 22-year-old man has died in a car crash in Co Fermanagh.

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Brexit talks will not move on to trade by October, Slovenian PM warns

Brexit negotiations will not proceed to haggling over a future UK-EU trading relationship by October as previously planned, the Slovenian prime minister has warned.

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Man left with head injuries and deep cuts after attack

A man has suffered head wounds and lacerations in an attack.

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Hurricane Gert could bring warmest day of the month

The aftermath of Hurricane Gert is expected to bring a swell of tropical weather to parts of the UK, with the potential for Monday to be the hottest day of the month, according to forecasters.

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Man understood to be prison officer charged with drugs offences

A man, understood to be a prison officer, has been charged with a total of 16 offences including conspiracy to supply class A, B and C drugs.

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Belfast City Hall to display festive messages in English, Irish and Ulster Scots

Belfast City Hall will display three languages this Christmas in a renewed spirit of all-party agreement.

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Political rivals unite in revulsion at attacks in Spain

Political leaders in Northern Ireland have expressed revulsion after the Barcelona terror attack.

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Boys reverse gender gap as number of students accepted on degree courses drops

The proportion of A-levels scoring the highest grades has risen for the first time in six years, although figures suggest a major government overhaul of exams is having an impact on results.

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Hurricane Gert could bring warmest day of the month

The aftermath of Hurricane Gert is expected to bring a swell of tropical weather to parts of the UK, with the potential for Monday to be the hottest day of the month, according to forecasters.

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'Trade could be distorted' by proposals for business in Northern Ireland

Manufacturers from Great Britain could rush to establish bases in Northern Ireland to avoid customs tariffs post-Brexit, a lobby group for the industry said.

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Calls to build bridges between UK and Irish politicians over Brexit

More bridges need to built between Irish and UK politicians ahead of Brexit, a Fine Gael TD has said

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Judge who dismissed same sex marriage challenges says courts cannot change law

A judge who dismissed two landmark challenges against Northern Ireland's same sex marriage ban has made clear it is for politicians, not the courts, to change the law.

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