Here are the news headlines from across Northern Ireland. Stay with us for live updates and all the latest developments throughout the day.
Former IRA-led Republican ex-convict organization asks for money for NI’s centenary
A community organization that provides services to ex-Republican prisoners has applied for a grant from the Northern Ireland Centennial Fund, it has emerged.
Threats and abuse over Covid have taken their toll on my family – NI Minister of Health
The Minister of Health of Northern Ireland spoke frankly about the toll inflicted on his family by the multiple death threats he has received for his management of the Covid pandemic.
Family of tragic five-year-old in petition over long ambulance waits
The family of a five-year-old girl who died suddenly after being forced to wait more than an hour for emergency services when she reported her stomach pain in December have launched an online petition.
Teenage kicks and tatey bread – Tony Macaulay’s second memoir turned into a musical, with a nice opportunity for a rising star
The hunt is on to find the best thing from sliced bread for a new musical adaptation of a man’s second memoir from Belfast.
UUP chief slams Jim Allister after Covid request asking what precautions are in place to prevent ROI citizens from taking advantage of free NI test kits
The Minister of Health has been asked to reveal ‘what precautions are in place to prevent citizens of the Republic of Ireland from benefiting from free Covid-19 testing kits and facilities in Northern Ireland’.
One Orange Lodge receives £ 1million Heritage Fund grant
More than a dozen Orange lodges have applied for UK government funding to mark Northern Ireland’s centenary, and only one has succeeded.
Irish League player Aaron Canning pleads guilty to drunk driving charges
Irish League footballer Aaron Canning has been convicted of several traffic violations.
More variety in children’s food now, says Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle admitted that she didn’t know what a lawyer was when she grew up in Northern Ireland.
Cleric Rt Reverend Brian Hannon who spoke powerful words about IRA Enniskillen bomb dies after long illness
The former Anglican Bishop of Clogher, The Right Reverend Brian Hannon, who died yesterday from a long illness, was one of the most respected figures in the Church of Ireland.
Supply chain holds back NI golf fans in the rough
Golfers in Northern Ireland face long waits for golf equipment orders as supply chain challenges in the global economy continue.
PSNI investigate after young boy slapped in the face by security outside Dundonald McDonald’s
Police are investigating a report of assault outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Dundonald after video showed a man slapping a young teenager in the face.