19 November 2014
Following a BBC Spotlight programme examining the way Stormont politicians use public money to rent their offices, what next for MLA expenses and public confidence.
Stormont's Standards and Privileges Committee says Iris Robinson committed a serious breach of assembly rules, but First Minister Peter Robinson did not.
A judge warns a father and son who pleaded guilty to failing to properly feed and water 70 horses found on their farm that they could face jail for animal cruelty.
A man who sexually abused six children from the north Down area is given a 14-year prison sentence for his "predator activity".
The Irish government is to ask the Northern Ireland Justice Minister David Ford to reconsider his decision not to hold a cross-border inquiry into IRA sex abuse.
Education Minister John O'Dowd has approved plans to close Portora Royal School and the Collegiate grammar school in Enniskillen and replace them with a new school.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers says the session of the interparty talks on Wednesday may have been a turning point.
An Irish rugby legend who dedicated his working life as a doctor to humanitarian works in Africa
A village Christmas tree is replaced after a wave of complaints on social media
Is political talk more focused on insults than the inter-party talks process?
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The Saturday school saving Russian heritage
A barrier at Newington Street, north Belfast, is removed over 30 years after it was erected
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