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2,000 jobs to go and more local hospitals to close...
BBC Radio Foyle & BBC Radio Ulster
A New report says alcohol and drug abuse are fuelling suicide rates here.
Does everyone deserve a second chance?
Home owners to be given the right to protect themselves against burglars...
A family speak out as the driver who killed their daughter is jailed for more car crime.
Calm in East Belfast as community stewards managed to keep the peace, but will it last?
Up to 500 people on East Belfast's streets in a second night of rioting
After the positive headlines yesterday, last night violence returns to our streets.
Holywood ending as Rory McIlroy wins the US Open.
The Health Minister spends the night in the casualty department of Antrim Area Hospital.
Unions have threatened strike action over cuts - what do they hope to achieve?
Suicidal young prisoners...
Stephen Nolan gets you talking about the big stories of the day.
Does Belfast have too many hospitals? If so, where should the axe fall?
Outrage at Belfast City Hall as rebels oust the Queen for picture of the 1916 proclamation
The PM arrives today but will he give us the go ahead for a cut in Corporation Tax?
Uproar as a gay and bisexual Sauna gets full planning approval in Derry-Londonderry
Ford - The Justice minister is on the programme.
School transfer misery for a Belfast family, as twins are forced to go separate schools.
The sister of IRA murder victim Mary Travers calls for the resignation of Mary McArdle.
Are Protestant schoolchildren suffering because of a "Broken Ulster" moral crisis?