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There was a rare outbreak of political bipartisanship at a corruption inquiry, as senior state Labor and Liberal figures were forced to deny improper dealings with a company linked to embattled coal...
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Around 100 delivery offices with the highest parcels volumes across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will have their opening hours extended to seven days a week. Belfast South & Central...
2014/09/02 07:38
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An award-winning regional broadcaster who went on to find acclaim on a national stage has died following a long illness aged 69. Former BBC Radio Foyle host Gerry Anderson went on to present on BBC...
2014/09/02 06:08
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Children in institutions in Northern Ireland were exported to Australia like "baby convicts", a witness has told a public inquiry into historical abuse. The Sisters of Nazareth order of Catholic nuns...
2014/09/02 04:42
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Hollis Brookline students returned to school last week under the leadership of a new superintendent, Andrew Corey, who took the place of interim superintendent John Moody. Corey said he came to the...
2014/09/02 01:11
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A Salem man was arrested for reckless driving after a trooper clocked him going 120 mph in a 65 mph zone Monday. Officials say Samuel Larsen, 19, was stopped after speeding on I-93 in...
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2014/09/01 15:00
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Susanna Simber, of Ballykelly Road in Limavady and originally from the Philippines, appeared in Londonderry Magistrates' Court charged with ill-treating a female patient and assaulting the same...
2014/09/01 08:11
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A woman abused while resident at a children's home in Northern Ireland was left suicidal after telling her story before a public inquiry. Kate Walmsley, 58, was in an institution in Londonderry from...
2014/08/31 13:01
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The deterioration in relations between nationalist and unionist politicians in Northern Ireland was sparked by a decision to limit the flying of the Union flag over Belfast City Hall, Deputy First...
2014/08/31 03:42
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In a week featuring resolution to the most popular news story of the last six weeks, a story about tragedy was the most read on nashuatelegraph.com. Although Arthur T. Demoulas was back on the job at...
2014/08/30 18:00
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It was expected that 17'000 members of the Royal Black Institution would parade on Saturday. Events took place in Armagh, Londonderry, Ballyclare and Larne in Co Antrim, and Donemana, Co...
2014/08/30 09:10
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Ayrshire breeder Mr Noel Lusby of Waterside, Londonderry, scored a hat-trick at Enniskillen Show at the August 1965 when he carried off the “all-Ireland” dairy cow championship for the third year in...
2014/08/30 09:09
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BLACKSTONE � A boutique owner in Blackstone may have been trying to get a piece of the lucrative � and illegal � fake designer accessories trade more often found among New York City street vendors....
2014/08/30 08:10
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J Thompson & Son once again show their support for the sheep industry by sponsoring the Charollais Sheep Ram sale in Dungannon Market on Monday 1st September, show 11.00am,sale 1.00pm. Around 130...
2014/08/29 20:25
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Police say thieves have stolen jewelry and thousands of dollars from homes across central Pennsylvania. Victims say they strike in broad daylight, and even appear to be friendly. But police say they...
2014/08/29 15:18
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CONTROVERSIAL mining magnate Nathan Tinkler has ­explained his role in $53,000 in ­illegal donations to the NSW Liberals by telling ICAC they were intended for the party’s federal branch following a...
2014/08/29 15:00
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A lorry without a trailer, rammed the building, damaging the wall enclosing the machine at a petrol station on the Mussenden Road in the Co Londonderry village at around 4.30am on Friday. Despite the...
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2014/08/29 14:00
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Irish postal service An Post has produced the commemorative 68c stamp, which features a black and white portrait photograph of the Nobel laureate from Co Londonderry. The picture was taken by...
2014/08/29 10:00
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A lorry, without a trailer, made a number of attempts to damage the machine at a petrol station on the Mussenden Road of the Co Londonderry town at around 4.40am. Nothing was taken in the...
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2014/08/29 00:49
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A Cleona man was sentenced Wednesday to one to three years in state prison for assaulting a 13-year-old girl two years ago. Michael Martin, 31, of 230 E. Penn Ave., pleaded guilty to statutory sexual...
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