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Police have begun a murder investigation after the body of Laura Marshall, 31, was discovered in Lurgan on Sunday.
Seven members of an organised crime gang with links to the Republic of Ireland have been jailed in England for their roles in stealing artefacts worth up to £57m from museums and an auction house.
The gang have been dubbed the Rathkeale Rovers because of their links to the County Limerick town. The items stolen in England in 2012 included Chinese jade and rhino horn.
A man in his 60s has died after a crash in Lisburn, County Antrim.
He was the driver of one of the vehicles involved in the collision at the junction of Belfast Road and Wallace Avenue at about 3pm. The junction is cordoned off and diversions are in place.
Alliance MLA Trevor Lunn reacts on Twitter after a woman who bought drugs on the internet to induce a miscarriage was given a suspended prison sentence.
Abortion is illegal in Northern Ireland unless a woman's life or health is seriously at risk and the woman, who was 19 at the time, was unable to raise enough money to travel to England for a termination. Mr Lunn tweeted that such treatment of women is "medieval and embarrassing".
From Cork to Conlig the popularity of country music is on the march across the island of Ireland.
You can find out why it is proving so popular in this BBC iWonder guide and learn the science behind the stetsons.
Six fire engines have been involved in fighting a fire at a second-floor flat in east Belfast. No-one was inside when the blaze was reported at about 2.15pm, but a man in a neighbouring flat was alerted by a smoke alarm.
Buses were diverted for a short time until the fire was extinguished. The cause of the blaze is under investigation.
A banned driver who caused £13,000 worth of damage to two police vehicles during a stolen car chase in west Belfast has been jailed for 18 months.
Paul Liam Valliday, from John Blacking House in Belfast, was already disqualified from driving when he repeatedly rammed one of the police vehicles on Divis Street in June 2014. He was convicted of nine charges including aggravated vehicle taking causing damage and carrying an imitation firearm in public.
Armagh Observatory reports that March 2016 was slightly drier, milder and sunnier than average.
It said there were more than a dozen days with little or no rain at all in Northern Ireland last month.
A charitable trust has donated £2m towards improving public visitor facilities at Hillsborough Castle in County Down - the Queen's official residence in Northern Ireland.
The donation was made by the Garfield Weston Foundation, and a new welcome centre on the 100-acre estate will be named after the Weston family, in recognition of their financial contribution to the project.
An alert that began after white powder leaked from a package at the Northern Ireland Mail Centre in Mallusk, County Antrim, has ended.
Firefighters and police were called to the scene on Monday morning but after examining the substance, it has been declared "harmless". A Royal Mail spokesperson said: "The building was not evacuated and there is no impact on our collection and sorting operations."
A 21-year-old Northern Ireland woman who bought drugs on the internet to induce a miscarriage after failing to raise enough money to travel to England for a termination has been given a three-month prison sentence suspended for two years.
The woman who cannot be named due to a court order, bought two types of drugs online, took them and then miscarried on 12 July, 2014. The male foetus, which was between 10 and 12 weeks, was later found in the bin of a house she shared with two other people.
Police and army officers have joined volunteers in Galway in the Republic of Ireland in the search for a missing soldier.
Ben Garrett, 21, who is originally from Castlebar, County Mayo, was last seen leaving a nightclub at Eglinton Street in the city on Thursday night.
A Belfast woman is on a mission to trace the relatives of a soldier who died in World War Two, after she found a photo of him in a charity bookshop.
Sarah McCann found the photo of Arthur Brown a couple of years ago as she worked in the Belfast city centre shop.
Cash and a cheque book have been stolen from an elderly couple during a distraction burglary at their home in Lisburn, County Antrim.
An intruder ransacked their property in the Ballymacash Road area yesterday afternoon after they were distracted by a man wanting to demonstrate gardening work.
A child abuse inquiry has heard claims that children in psychiatric care were sexually and physically abused at a state-run hospital in Lisburn, County Antrim.
The Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry was told that the alleged abuse was carried out by some staff and patients at the psychiatric unit in Lissue Hospital, which opened in 1971.
Part of a Royal Mail sorting office in Mallusk, County Antrim, has been evacuated after white powder was discovered in a package.
Firefighters have been called to the scene of the alert, which was reported to police just after 11:30.
The news of a 31-year-old woman's death in Lurgan, County Armagh, has come as a "complete shock" to the community, Ulster Unionist councillor Colin McCusker has said.
"It is very sad that someone so young has lost her life," he added. "I would like to pass on my deepest sympathies to her family and friends."