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Future doctors consider going local

Future doctors consider going local
A mini medical school for A Level students tackles recruitment issues in Enniskillen
CCTV of bombers' cars' before bomb attack on police officer released
Police believe a device found under an off-duty police officer's car at a golf club was planted at his east Belfast home.

The art of selling songs

The art of selling songs
Some of the most iconic album covers of all time are going on display at the Ulster Museum. 
They're part of an eye-catching exhibition on the art of selling songs. 
The exhibition, which is on loan from the Victoria and Albert museum, will be open in Belfast until September.

Severe accident: A26 Antrim both ways

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A26 Antrim both ways severe accident, from B39 Seven Mile Straight to A6 Belfast Road.

A26 Antrim - A26 Oldstone Road closed and queues in both directions from the B39 Seven Mile Straight junction to the A6 Belfast Road junction, because of an accident.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

'Catholic police numbers could start to dip'

PSNI Catholic police numbers could start to dip, says Hamilton
Nationalist politicians must encourage Catholics to join the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), the outgoing chief constable has said.
Appearing on the BBC's The View, George Hamilton said the number of Catholic recruits was "well below" what it should be.
He said that while 32% of PSNI officers are from the Catholic community, that figure is likely to fall "if nothing changes".
Saying that the organisation was more representative than it had ever been, Mr Hamilton called for "civic leadership" from the nationalist community to advocate for careers in policing.