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‘Superpowers’ debate divides councillors

Business
Workers are less likely to call in sick if their absence impacts upon their colleagues.

Workers less likely to take sick days if colleagues have to help out

Health 1
Joggin in cities with high levels of pollution can damage your health.

Exercising in pollution bad for the heart

Health
Campaign looks to improve safety for cyclists on the roads

Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

Transport

Everything you need to know about applying for Miss Northern Ireland 2017

Arts

Man (71) ‘sorry for looking at child porn images’

Crime

Scam warning over Facebook Marketplace fraud

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Carrick death crash man’s sentence reduction bid fails

Crime

Islandmagee sea search

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Tyne Cot cemetery in the region of Ypres, Belgium.

Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

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Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

Transport
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Expect delays as work on major water pipeline project begins

Business

Winter driving warning after road traffic collisions in Larne area

Transport
More than 38,000 people have died in road traffic collisions in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland since records began.

38,787 people killed on roads north and south since records began

Transport

Woman admits guilt in roundabout accident in which her dog died

Crime

Man (71) ‘sorry for looking at child porn images’

Crime

Carrick death crash man’s sentence reduction bid fails

Crime
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Collies stolen from Carnlough farm

Crime
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

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Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

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Carnlough student Maeve McSparron (right) celebrates her success with Professor Gillian Armstrong, Ulster University Business School and George Lunn, AES Corporation. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Maeve’s business skills lead to a major award

Business
East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson attended the launch of the Pathfinder 2016 Report by the Target Ovarian Cancer Campaign at Westminster. INCT 48-726-CON

Ovarian cancer survival rates plea

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Almost three-quarters of secondary schools in the UK use surveillance software.

Surveillance software installed on secondary school pupils’ own devices

Education

New principal for Larne High School

Education

‘Superpowers’ debate divides councillors

Business
Nine in ten people believe a broadband connection is essential to their day-to-day life.

Broadband ‘essential’ to everyday life

Business
A new five pound note.

Fivers with Jane Austin engraving could be worth £50,000

Business
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

News

‘Superpowers’ debate divides councillors

Business
The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court hearing on Brexit: What’s it all about?

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A huge, long-standing UVF display at Mount Vernon, north Belfast. It is among those included in the Housing Executive list of murals on its properties.

Revealed: Huge number of paramilitary murals on public housing

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Wilson asked for solidarity on AIDS

Health

Christmas postal dates

News

Utility companies join forces for winter

News
A number of buzzards have been killed.

Over 40 birds of prey illegally killed

Crime
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Expect delays as work on major water pipeline project begins

Business
The Rt. Reverend Dr Frank Sellar

Presbyterian moderator defends ‘toxic bonfire’ comments

Environment

Workers less likely to take sick days if colleagues have to help out

Health 1
Joggin in cities with high levels of pollution can damage your health.

Exercising in pollution bad for the heart

Health
Cannabis

Dope smoking on the rise among the over-50s

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The car seat being recalled

Child car seats recalled

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Boy eating a burger

Ban on junk food ads targeted at children

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