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Enda Kenny calls for united Ireland Brexit clause

Irish prime minister wants easy EU access for Northern Ireland in case of unification
FT.com Also reported by •Belfast Telegraph

Irish Prime Minister demands special clause for Northern Ireland to rejoin EU as part of UK's Brexit deal

irish prime minister demands special clause for northern ireland to rejoin eu as part of uk's brexit deal
Enda Kenny insists the divorce deal must allow for the North to "seamlessly" reunite with the Republic of Ireland if a majority votes for it.
Daily Record

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News video: Deadly Storm Doris batters Britain

Deadly Storm Doris batters Britain 01:08

A woman in Wolverhampton has died after being struck in the head by debris as Storm Doris batters Britain. Ambulances have been called out to casualties across the UK. In Stoke-on-Trent, another woman..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Norwegian targets budget-conscious travellers with cheap transatlantic flights

Norwegian targets budget-conscious travellers with cheap transatlantic flights 00:50

Low-cost airline Norwegian has announced plans to shake up the transatlantic travel market offering super low fares. One-way flights between the US and Europe would initially cost as little as $65 or..
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News video: EU’s Juncker warns of Brexit risk to Good Friday Agreement

EU’s Juncker warns of Brexit risk to Good Friday Agreement 01:50

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned how Brexit could threaten peace in Northern Ireland after a meeting with Irish PM Enda Kenny. “We don’t want to have hard borders between..
Source: Euronews English -

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Anti-Brexit campaigners have brought traffic to a crawl on the main road between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. A convoy of protesters staged a noisy motorway go-slow near Dundalk in Co..
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News video: Irish Quad Crash

Irish Quad Crash 02:36

Occurred: February 12, 2017 / Pomeroy, Northern Ireland
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Brexit: EU backs Dublin on open Northern Ireland border

brexit: eu backs dublin on open northern ireland border
The EU Commission chief says Brexit must not re-impose Northern Ireland border controls.
BBC News

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill awarded MBE at Buckingham Palace

northern ireland manager michael o'neill awarded mbe at buckingham palace
Michael O'Neill talked football with the Queen as he was appointed an MBE at Buckingham Palace.
Belfast Telegraph Also reported by •MailOnline

Jean-Claude Juncker doesn't want Northern Ireland and Republic to have post-Brexit hard border

The EU will work with Ireland to 'minimise the impact' of Brexit, says Commission president
Independent

MBE 'very special', says Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill

mbe 'very special', says northern ireland football manager michael o'neill
Michael O'Neill talked football with the Queen as he was appointed an MBE at Buckingham Palace..
Football.co.uk Also reported by •Sport.co.uk

RHI scheme: Publishing names of Renewable Heat Incentive firms would ensure maximum transparency, court hears

rhi scheme: publishing names of renewable heat incentive firms would ensure maximum transparency, court hears
Publishing the names of Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) firms would ensure maximum transparency in a botched scheme that had the "seismic" impact of collapsing Northern Ireland's power-sharing..
Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland man dies after van rolls onto him at ATM machine in Larne

northern ireland man dies after van rolls onto him at atm machine in larne
A man has died after being struck by a vehicle while withdrawing money from an ATM in Northern Ireland.
Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested amid dissident gun attack probe in Belfast

man arrested amid dissident gun attack probe in belfast
Detectives investigating violent dissident republicanism in Northern Ireland have arrested a man.
Belfast Telegraph

Hospital appointments: 3,057 more on NI outpatient list

hospital appointments: 3,057 more on ni outpatient list
More people are having to wait longer on a hospital outpatient appointment in Northern Ireland.
BBC News

Farmers could go out business due to rise of bird flu, warns union

farmers could go out business due to rise of bird flu, warns union
Northern Ireland could be in danger of losing its free-range egg industry within a month if avian influenza, also known as bird flu, continues to spread, an industry body has warned.
Belfast Telegraph

Damage across Northern Ireland as Storm Doris hits

damage across northern ireland as storm doris hits
Trees fall across Northern Ireland as the effect of Storm Doris is felt
BBC News

Storm Doris: Weather warnings in place

storm doris: weather warnings in place
A yellow warning of rain for all Northern Ireland counties is in place as Storm Doris lashes the UK.
BBC News

Drunk driver banned after smashing into Northern Ireland bakery

drunk driver banned after smashing into northern ireland bakery
A drunk driver who smashed into the front of a home bakery in Northern Ireland has been banned from driving.
Belfast Telegraph

14,000 Northern Ireland children struggle with English language

14,000 northern ireland children struggle with english language
Almost 14,000 schoolchildren across Northern Ireland do not have a firm enough grasp of the English language to be able to fully participate in the curriculum, it has emerged.
Belfast Telegraph

Storm Doris: Thousands without power as winds batter Northern Ireland

storm doris: thousands without power as winds batter northern ireland
Storm Doris, as predicted, has caused major disruption across parts of Northern Ireland with some 8,000 homes and businesses without power.
Belfast Telegraph


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