The Irish Justice Minister says she is disturbed by reports that a member of the Garda Siochana (Irish police) texted sensitive information to a paramilitary in Northern Ireland.
A special needs teacher wins his appeal against a conviction for assaults against two 12-year-old girls with severe learning difficulties.
A 23-year-old man has died in hospital after he was involved in a car crash in Enniskillen in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Potential cuts to the health service outlined in a paper seen by the BBC could be "catastrophic" to patient care, a Northern Ireland GP says.
Previously confidential files reveal concerns over Margaret Thatcher's commitment to the Anglo Irish Agreement, two weeks before it was signed.
Hundreds of people attend the funeral of James Nesbitt, the former senior police officer, who led the hunt for the notorious Shankill Butchers gang.
A United Nations body says other countries could learn from the GAA's work with young people.
A man is refused bail over an alleged attempted murder.
A new commemorative stamp featuring poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney is issued in the Republic of Ireland.
Belfast International Airport apologises to passengers after delays during security checks on Thursday night.
A health pressure group in Londonderry warns of the dangers of drinking during pregnancy.
Two families from Sudan are targeted in attacks police say they are treating as racially-motivated hate crimes.
A County Antrim mother who admitted setting fire to her home while her two children were inside is spared a prison sentence.
More people left Northern Ireland than came to live in it over the past year, according to the latest official estimates.
The former US Senator Gary Hart is meeting representatives of the five Stormont Executive parties as part of a fact-finding trip to Ireland.
A police officer was justified in firing two shots at a stolen car being driven directly towards him in Dundonald seven years ago, the Police Ombudsman has said.
Thieves attempt to steal cash machine from petrol station in Castlerock, County Londonderry.
A Londonderry college has become the first school in Northern Ireland to have its own app.
A senior policeman in Londonderry has backed calls for a drugs detox unit in the city.
An electrical contractor announces it is creating 20 new jobs in the County Fermanagh village of Tempo.
Thousands of travellers in the Republic of Ireland have continued to face disruption because of a rail strike at Irish Rail.
Irish police arrest three men and a woman after a quantity of drugs and two guns are seized in a raid in Dublin.
Irish health authorities say that an inquiry team examining the care of a woman who gave birth by Caesarean section after being denied an abortion will begin work immediately.
Ireland's former prime minister Albert Reynolds, who played a key role in the Northern Ireland peace process, is to have a state funeral.
Winter of 2013/14 was stormiest in 143 years
Medal collection keeps WW1 memory alive
A senior aide to former US president Bill Clinton accuses Northern Ireland politicians of an "abysmal abdication of leadership".
More than £200m has been paid to private health care companies in order to keep the health service in Northern Ireland afloat, according to documents seen by the BBC.
Health minister Edwin Poots says the executive parties must "put their hands up" if they want cuts
Plastic bag use in Northern Ireland has fallen by almost 72% since a 5p levy was introduced last year, the Department of the Environment says.
US law firm Baker and McKenzie will employ 250 people in its new Belfast back-office operation.
An improving economy helps Ulster Television record a 62% rise in pre-tax profit for the first half of 2014.
Belfast International Airport appoints Graham Keddie as new managing director.
Glenavon inflict a first Premiership defeat of the season on leaders Ballymena with a 2-1 victory at Mourneview Park.
Michael Hoey fails to make the cut in the Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm Castle for the second successive year.
Aaron Greene strikes early in the second half to give St Pat's Athletic a 1-0 win over Derry City at the Brandywell.
MLAs want to see Northern Ireland develop as a world class centre for cancer research.
The border city of Newry is one of the most visible examples of how Northern Ireland has changed in the past two decades.
Patients who are concerned for their care following potential health service cuts have been speaking to Nicola Weir.
The health minister has said decisions on any cuts to the health budget will have to be taken by the executive.
Unionist and loyalist reaction to IRA ceasefire
It's Over: The IRA ceasefire 1994
The world's biggest law firm is to create over 250 jobs in Belfast.
Police say they are investigating complaints relating to a north Belfast festival after claims that an event on Sunday featured "hate speech".
More parents are turning to charity shops and recycling to pay for expensive school uniforms.
Historian Eamon Phoenix looks back at the year 1985 ahead of the release of new state papers.
Remembering the loyalist ceasefire of 1994.
Stormont's budget row explained
The changing face of Newry
Northern Ireland man loses cool in Bake Off tent
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Document reveals unusual 'scavenger' job offer
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