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Northern Ireland are through to the knockout stages of Euro 2016
Remain in or Leave the EU? Voters decide on Thursday.
Leading homeless charities say don't give money to beggars.
Lyon Roar - huge night for Northern Ireland at Euro 2016. Edited since transmission.
One week to go to EU referendum vote - the debate rages on.
Are ex-prisoners getting a bad deal?
Poignant tribute from Republic fans to Darren Rodgers who died after fall in France.
Stephen talks to an eyewitness who left the nightclub just before attack in Orlando.
The fallout from the Police Ombudsman report on collusion and the Loughinisland massacre.
Is 12th July a tourist attraction? Newton Emerson and Jim Rodgers have different views.
Long-awaited independent panel report on paramilitarism. What difference will it make?
Martin Lewis on Brexit, School summer holidays, Lifting of gay blood donation ban.
The EU battle ramps up and George Osborne visits Belfast, but a leading union backs leave.
Executive unanimous on scrapping lifetime ban on gay men giving blood.
Brexit debate is turning into a battle about the border. Are transfer tests here to stay?
Kingsmills victim's brother still hopes for justice.
How far should universities rank in the government's pecking order?
Should fans get time off work to watch the Euros? Top Gear has hit our screens again.
Curse of nuisance phone calls - new way to block them launched today.
Stormont's new executive gets down to work, Michael O'Neill on NI's Euro 2016 hopes.
A new government, new ministries and only two parties involved.
The destructive grip of problem gambling - recovering addicts tell their stories.
Chief medical officer Dr Michael McBride spells out public health priorities.
A day of Stormont drama and a new nickname in politics.
Royal College of Midwives call for complete decriminalisation of abortion.
Debate over motorcycle road racing continues. Edited since transmission.
Is the new Stormont Assembly facing its first bump on the road?
Tragic death of 20-year-old Malachi Mitchell Thomas at North West 200 motorcycle races.
Mike Nesbitt makes his move as the Ulster Unionist Party chooses opposition.
From life of football glory to murder charge, one man's story of miscarriage of justice.