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We don't have much sunshine to look forward to today, but at least it's set to get a bit milder. Here's Barra Best with your forecast:
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Twenty Northern Ireland organisations who work with refugees have written to the Home Secretary Amber Rudd asking her to reverse a policy which they say is 'beyond basic morality'.
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The DUP leader Arlene Foster has spoken Irish in public today and says she was uplifted after meeting Irish language students and staff at a Newry school. Previously she had ruled out an Irish Language Act but before Easter the former First Minster said she wanted to engage with Irish speakers who had no political agenda. Our Political Correspondent Stephen Walker was at today's school visit.
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A changing climate could mean you'll have to spend more time working in the garden, and get wet whilst doing it.
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A delegation of school leaders from the Balkans - where a series of wars was fought in the nineteen nineties - is in Northern Ireland to find out about shared education projects.
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Rod Stewart has topped the bill on many ocassions at Belfast's SSE Arena in Belfast but tonight son Liam takes centre stage.
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Twenty Northern Ireland organisations who work with refugees have written to the Home Secretary Amber Rudd asking her to reverse a recent policy which they say is 'beyond basic morality'. The letter relates to safe return reviews. Previously refugees could apply for permanent settlement after five years - now they have to take part in a review and can be ordered to return home. Makhozi, a...
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Here's how your weather is shaping up for the day ahead - Barra Best has your forecast:
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The footballers from the Oxford Bulls team in Londonderry became a recent internet sensation after the Republic of Ireland international James McClean took part in one of their training sessions. The video ensured the boys were snowed under with offers for their first ever competitive match. Our North-West reporter, Keiron Tourish was there to see how they got on.
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04/25/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
The Southern Health Trust says it got special permission from Stormont to offer a much higher than normal salary to attract senior staff to Daisy Hill hospital in Newry. But it failed to get new recruits. Last night more than 800 people attended a meeting to protest at a plan to limit opening hours of the hospital's Emergency Department. Francis Gorman has more.
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04/25/2017 at 17:45. Facebook
We return to Rosslea in County Fermanagh - a village which is now without a doctor for the first time in more than one hundred years. That's because no-one applied to take over the GP practice. Our Health Correspondent Marie-Louise Connolly visited to find out about a new alternative doctor's facility - but patients have to pay for it.
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A US based software engineering firm is to create 100 jobs in Belfast. Unosquare says the Belfast office will support its expansion into UK and European markets.
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A riding school for children with disabilities says its work is being put at risk by the actions of those who attacked its horses and ponies at the weekend. We'll have more on this story at 6.30pm on BBC Newsline.
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04/24/2017 at 17:46. Facebook
The appearance of a pair of rare Avocet birds in Belfast docks has our bird watching community in a bit of a flap.
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04/24/2017 at 17:46. Facebook
The appearance of a pair of rare Avocet birds in Belfast docks has our bird watching community in a bit of a flap.
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04/24/2017 at 17:40. Facebook
More than twenty thousand people in Northern Ireland are now living with dementia
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