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Edwin Poots says family has 'niggling doubts' about late brother's treatment in Muckamore

Edwin Poots says family has 'niggling doubts' about late brother's treatment in Muckamore
Former health minister Edwin Poots, whose late brother was a patient at Muckamore, has said he would support a public inquiry into the alleged abuse of patients.
Mr Poots said his mother went to her grave 'content that he had received good care' in the scandal-hit institution, but that family members now have 'niggling doubts'.

Hundreds of badgers killed in 'baiting' season, says USPCA

Badger baiting is killing hundreds of animals every year in NI, say campaigners
Hundreds of badgers are killed during badger baiting season each year with hundreds of people involved in the illegal activity, it has been claimed.

The USPCA and the NI Badger Group believe the practice is on the rise, in part, due to social media.

It is estimated that there are about 34,000 badgers in Northern Ireland.
Anti-social behaviour 'diverting PSNI resources'
There have been problems involving groups of young people throughout the city.

Tommy Duffin voices frustration at PSNI investigation

Tommy Duffin voices frustration at PSNI investigation
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has been accused of a "cover-up" after it failed to reveal "significant information" about a loyalist gun attack that left five people dead.

The attack at Sean Graham's bookies in south Belfast in 1992 was carried out by the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF).

The Police Ombudsman has opened new inquiry lines after finding out about more material linked to the attack.

The PSNI said it never sought to deliberately withhold the information.
Sean Graham shop killings: Police sorry for 'error'
Police failed to disclose "significant information" about a loyalist gun attack that killed five people.
Jim Donegan

Kevin Magee

BBC News NI Investigations Correspondent

Jim Donegan was shot dead as he waited to collect his 13-year-old son from school in west Belfast last December.

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"We want justice to be done"
The sister of a man found dead in County Tyrone says the family are in shock over his death.

Severe accident: Fermanagh both ways

BBC News Travel

Fermanagh both ways severe accident, between A34 Lisnagole Road and Boyhill Road.

Fermanagh - Nutfield Road closed and partially blocked between the A34 Lisnagole Road junction in Lisnaskea and the Boyhill Road junction in Brookeborough, because of an accident involving two vehicles.

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