26 January 2015
Sinn Féin is taking heart from the victory of the anti-austerity Syriza in the Greek election.
Up to 350,000 householders in Northern Ireland will receive a subsidy on their rates bill as a result of moving to one of the new so-called super councils.
The Northern Ireland Executives's enhanced borrowing powers are the envy of Scotland and Wales, Finance Minister Simon Hamilton says.
Northern Ireland's education minister is asked to explain why he approved a new Irish language school amid claims the cost is unsustainable.
New proposals for TV election debates do not include parties from Northern Ireland, it is confirmed.
What are the issues in the devolution of corporation tax?
A tale of Christmas past and Christmas present
Irish objected to 'imperial' talks venue
Orange march hurt Anglo-Irish relations
Six months in one of the toughest jobs in policing
Stormont House agreement addressed contentious issues
How are departments planning to deal with spending cuts?
Comment and expert analysis on the week's political news,
Analysis of the biggest political stories in Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events in the Assembly
Mark Devenport looks at topical political issues
Conor Bradford reviews the day's events at Stormont
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