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Attorney General John Larkin

Attorney Challenge makes dramatic intervention over RHI scheme

Northern Ireland’s top law officer is considering mounting a challenge to the legality of the entire Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, he revealed today.

The Randalstown Memorial Orange Hall as seen on Google Street View at 10 Portglenone Road. The premises are used by a number of community groups

Co Antrim Orange hall ‘that doesn’t exist’ has been on same site since 1922

An Ulster Scots community group treasurer has branded a claim that its Randalstown premises “does not exist” a “deliberate attack” on his community.

Caption: 	pacemakerpressintl.com - 12th May 2016

NW 200 Supersport Race 1

Alastair Seeley (Gearlink Kawasaki - Kawasaki)

Motorsport Taskforce established, Sports Minister reveals

Sports Minister Paul Givan has announced the establishment of a Motorsport Taskforce.
What do you think?

POLL - Should Northern Ireland be consulted before Article 50 is triggered?

The Supreme Court ruled that Northern Ireland does not need be consulted before Article 50 is triggered.

Ian Paisley Jnr

WATCH: Ian Paisley Jnr praises Martin McGuinness after he quit frontline politics

The MP son of Ian Paisley has paid a glowing tribute to Martin McGuinness and urged the current DUP leadership to follow the example set by the Sinn Fein veteran and his father.

Teenage blogger Hannah Ruth Gibson who has written 'An Open Letter to the Northern Ireland Assembly'

Northern Ireland teenager vents her frustration at politicians after Stormont collapse

A teenager from Northern Ireland has used her blog to express her disillusionment at the collapse of the Stormont Assembly.

Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

Wondering what steps you need to take to vote in the forthcoming Assembly election? Look no further.

Jean Caldwell (far right) whose husband Cecil was killled at Teebane, stands arm in arm with family members at the service to mark the 20th anniversary of the atrocity.

PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

A woman whose husband was killed in the Teebane massacre has slammed the PSNI for still refusing to release images of a key suspect - 25 years today after the attack.

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Barra McGrory QC

‘McGrory must call PSNI to reopen Teebane file’

A relative of one of the men killed at Teebane has expressed anger at what he sees as a one-sided investigation of Northern Ireland’s Troubles.

Philip McGuigan MLA with Sinn Fein colleague Martina Anderson MEP. INBM 03-709-CON

Sinn Fein quick out of the blocks with McGuigan in North Antrim

Sinn Féin in North Antrim have selected sitting MLA Philip McGuigan to be their candidate in the forthcoming Assembly elections.


Martin McGuinness: Why I’m stepping down

The former deputy First Minister explains why it’s time to go.

Arlene Foster with David McIlveen pictured during last Mays Assembly election campaign

RHI scandal: Foster to blame for omnishambles, says ex-DUP MLA

Arlene Foster is personally responsible for the RHI scheme turning into an “omnishambles” and there is growing DUP alarm at her actions, a prominent party member has said.

Arlene Foster addressing DUP colleagues only in the Assembly on the RHI scandal, about noon on 19-12-16 (all other parties had walked out).
Taken from BBC live feed of proceedings.

Crucial RHI email proves Arlene Foster was told of abuse in 2013

A crucial whistle-blowing letter has emerged which disproves a claim repeatedly made by the DUP, Arlene Foster and Nigel Dodds - that she was never personally warned about the RHI disaster in 2013.

Arlene Foster and Jonathan Bell

Foster: Bell has crossed the line with DUP

Arlene Foster has defended her credibility in the wake of the renewable heat scandal, and said that senior colleague Jonathan Bell has “stepped outside” the party’s boundaries by giving an interview on the subject.

The DUP's Jonathan Bell

Top DUP man breaks ranks over renewable heat scandal

A senior member of the DUP has spoken out over the handling of the botched and costly Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) – and has indicated that his political career could now be at an end as a result.

Hebron Free Presbyterian Church stands to get a quarter of a million pounds under the RHI scheme

Co Antrim church will give ‘surplus’ RHI cash to charity

A Free Presbyterian Church has said it is giving any “surplus” money it receives from the RHI scheme to charity.

Ballymena Town Hall. Editorial image.

‘Superpowers’ debate divides councillors

It was a case of DUP versus ‘the rest’ when Mid and East Antrim Councillors debated the decision not to devolve so-called ‘superpowers’ to ‘supercouncils’.

The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court hearing on Brexit: What’s it all about?

The Government goes to the Supreme Court today in the latest stage of the legal battle over Brexit. Here’s our guide to what the case is all about.

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