No agreement on welfare cuts - SF
Sinn Féin has said an agreement on welfare reform and the June Monitoring Round - needed to approve finance for government projects - has yet to be made and they are working toward brokering a deal with the DUP.
McCausland 'misled' Stormont committee
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014
Stormont's Social Development Committee has found that Minister Nelson McCausland "deliberately misled" it over the suspension of a Housing Executive double glazing scheme.
Villiers attends Ardoyne meetings
Published: Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers has held separate meetings with unionist and Orange Order leaders, and Sinn Féin over a proposal for a commission of inquiry into the disputed parade at Ardoyne.
McIlroy 'tremendous ambassador for NI'
Published: Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Northern Ireland's First Minister and deputy First Minister have met with Open winner Rory McIlroy to congratulate him on his golfing success.
Funds secured for HIA inquiry
Published: Monday, 21 July 2014
Victims of child sex abuse say they're relieved that funding has been found for the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry.
'Abuse inquiry cash at risk' - Robinson
Published: Saturday, 19 July 2014
First Minister Peter Robinson has warned the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry's work could be suspended if the Executive fails to agree on budget adjustments.

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MP sorry for Downing St 'catwalk' tweet
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
A Labour MP has come under fire on Twitter for backing the Daily Mail's approach to covering the cabinet reshuffle, after the newspaper focused on what female ministers wore to visit Number 10.
'10,000 suspects' in paedophile inquiry
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
Concerns have been raised in the House of Commons over reports that 10,000 suspects were identified during a UK-wide investigation into paedophilia - and that police may not have the capacity to deal with the full-scale of the problem.
OTR letters 'no amnesty for terrorists'
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
A review led by Lady Justice Hallett has found serious failings in the 'on the runs' administrative scheme - but also that letters sent to terrorism suspects "did not amount to an amnesty".
OTR amnesty 'a unionist myth' - Kelly
Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014
Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly has branded the notion of an amnesty for republican terrorism suspects who received letters telling them whether or not they were wanted by police "a unionist myth".
Anger at Derrylin hunger strike parade
Published: Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Unionists have condemned plans to hold a huge hunger strike parade in Co Fermanagh.
Kincora victim backs UK inquiry call
Published: Tuesday, 15 July 2014
A victim of abuse at the Kincora Boys' Home in the 1970s has backed a call for the institution to be included in a UK-wide inquiry into child sex abuse.
Villiers 'needs to listen' on Ardoyne
Published: Monday, 14 July 2014
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has said the Secretary of State "needs to listen" to unionist proposals for a Commission of Inquiry into a disputed Orange parade when they meet next week.
Blair 'may give OTRs evidence'
Published: Sunday, 13 July 2014
Former prime minister Tony Blair could be called before the parliamentary inquiry into 'on-the-run' letters, it has been reported.
Adams reports bonfire 'lynched figure'
Published: Friday, 11 July 2014
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has said he asked his solicitor to report a "lynched figure" on a bonfire at Ballycraigy in Antrim as a hate crime.
New ROI coalition line-up unveiled
Published: Friday, 11 July 2014
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has announced his new look Fine Gael-Labour cabinet after weeks of speculation.
Cameron comments on 'gay cake' row
Published: Wednesday, 09 July 2014
The Prime Minister has said the tolerance, respect and equality are important parts of being British after he was asked about the controversy over a local bakery's refusal to make a cake with a pro-gay message by a unionist MP.
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