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Shop with three people inside set alight in lunchtime attack

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UPDATE: Woman's death on shores of Lough Neagh 'not suspicious'

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Body found on shores of Lough Neagh

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BREAKING: Wooded area close to Ballyronan Marina cordoned off

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Anger over vandalism to bilingual welcome sign in Tyrone

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Waiting times under spotlight

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GCSE and national success for Cookstown High School students

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Elderly woman robbed after offering 'hitchhikers' assistance

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Roof tiler stopped by police after collecting friends

Crime

Missing person found safe and well

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IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

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The PSNI are currently at the scene.

TRAFFIC ALERT: A6 collision causing long delays

Transport
The collision occurred shortly before 6am on Thursday.

Woman hospitalised after Glenshane Pass collision

Transport
Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Elderly woman robbed after offering 'hitchhikers' assistance

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Roof tiler stopped by police after collecting friends

Crime

Joiner showed ‘utter disregard’ for rules

Crime

Child abduction accused: we spent time eating Pot Noodles

Crime

GCSE and national success for Cookstown High School students

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Kevin Creery and Paul Carvill of Health Kidz Team

Pioneering ‘Healthy Kidz’ wins top award

Education
Cookstown High : From left: Bethany Greer, Zoe Seymour and James Marks recently put their debating skills to good use when they represented the Lithuania at this year�"s Mock Council of the European Union. The event, which is now in its 13th year, is organised by British Council Northern Ireland and the European Commission Office in Northern Ireland and saw 18 schools from across Northern Ireland tackle two topical issues: the future EU-UK relationship and how the European Union will need to develop to deal with the challenges of the 21st Century.

Cookstown High tackle Brexit

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Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Education

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

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Work starts at Rushmere

Work begins on new Rushmere restaurants

Business
Will you change how you manage your finances in 2018?

Seven steps to saving money in 2018

Business
Some benefits will be paid early this year.

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid early - these are the dates you can expect them

Business

Anger over vandalism to bilingual welcome sign in Tyrone

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Cllr Kim Ashton

Mid Ulster Council raise concerns about 'drastic cuts' to public services

Politics
Kevin Skelton, chairman of Families Moving On

Omagh bomb victim: I’ll take on Sinn Fein in McElduff’s old seat

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Gerry Adams carries the coffin of IRA man Paddy Kelly, one of eight terrorists killed at Loughgall RUC station in May 1987

Declassified files: Adams ‘set up IRA gang for Loughgall ambush’

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Arlene Foster mistakenly congratulated the wrong prince and misspelled Miss Markle's Christian name.

Arlene Foster congratulates wrong prince on engagement to Meghan Markle

Politics

Craigavon Emergency Department ‘worst yet’ amid calls for immediate action

Health
Winter weather

Temperatures drop triggers Cold Weather Payments for 16,000 people

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Fiona wins Macmillan excellence award at London ceremony

Health
An unhappy child

Sharp rise in counselling for sexually exploited children in NI

Offbeat
An unhappy child

Hundreds of NI children contact Childline with bullying woes

Offbeat