29 August 2014
Twenty years on from the IRA ceasefire, how has the political landscape changed?
Money made available to the poorest students in further education colleges is cut by over a third - falling by £1.3m over the past five years, the BBC has learned.
The Stormont Assembly is hopeful it has found a buyer for Ormiston House, a listed 19th century building in east Belfast that was costing the taxpayer almost £3,000 a week.
The Ulster Unionist Party says the current Northern Ireland Executive budget is untenable and a new one is required.
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.
Historian Eamon Phoenix looks back at the year 1985 ahead of the release of new state papers.
Stormont's budget row explained
Northern Ireland's European election count as it happened
How each candidate did in each of the 11 NI council elections
Coverage of NI council election results, as it happened
Comment and expert analysis on the week's political news,
Analysis of the biggest political stories in Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events in the Assembly
Mark Devenport looks at topical political issues
Conor Bradford reviews the day's events at Stormont
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