29 August 2014
Twenty years on from the IRA ceasefire, how has the political landscape changed?
Northern Ireland's health minister and the chief medical officer are expected to appear before an emergency meeting of the health committee later.
There will be no prosecutions over complaints about comments made by a folk band at the Ardoyne Fleadh in north Belfast last month.
Health Minister Edwin Poots has given dire warnings about what could happen to the health service is his department does not get another £160m. He is due to address an assembly committee later.
A 70-year-old former child migrant from a Catholic-run home in Londonderry says he was sexually abused after being shipped to Australia.
Sisters get in on the act and get soaked for charity
Watch the latest Northern Ireland weather forecast
Currach built by volunteers sets sail on Lough Erne
Search to reunite family with treasure trove of photographs
Victims tell of Historical Abuse Inquiry experiences
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