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Covid: What are the social distancing rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Social distancing rules are changing across the UK.
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Covid-19: Six more Covid-linked deaths and 1,082 new cases

The total number of Covid-19 vaccines administered in Northern Ireland is now 2,276,708.
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Covid-19: Five more deaths and 872 new coronavirus cases

The total number of Covid-19 vaccines administered in Northern Ireland is now 2,267,984.
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Omagh still united in grief but fractured by search for justice

Court ruling on 1998 bombing shows how town is divided over whether to push for a public inquiryAmid the unfathomable grief unleashed by the Omagh bomb – the single worst atrocity of the Troubles – the bereaved and injured found purpose, even comfort, in a joint enterprise: a search for truth and justice.Twenty-nine people died and hundreds were wounded when the Real IRA detonated a car bomb in the County Tyrone market town on 15 August 1998, four months after the Good Friday agreement supposedl...
Tags: UK News, Northern Ireland, Omagh bombing, UK security and counter-terrorism, Ira, County Tyrone, Omagh


Covid-19: Five more deaths and 1,072 new coronavirus cases

The total number of Covid-19 vaccines administered in Northern Ireland is now 2,262,641.
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NI vaccine passport application date extended

People travelling abroad from Northern Ireland on Tuesday can now apply for the certificate.
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Northern Ireland's Covid-19 vaccine passport date extended

People travelling abroad from Northern Ireland on Tuesday can now apply for the certificate.
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Electric Ireland: 10% price hike for customers

One of Northern Ireland's main electricity suppliers blames the increases in wholesale energy costs.
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Covid-19: Are NI's young people resisting the vaccine?

Why do vaccination numbers among the under-30s in Northern Ireland remain relatively low?
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Covid-19: Eight more Covid-linked deaths and 1,177 new cases

The total number of deaths with Covid-19 in Northern Ireland since the start of the pandemic is 2,189.
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Northern Ireland food and drink sector worth £5bn a year

The sector provides jobs for almost 25,000 people with sales up 4% on the previous year.
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Quarantine rules to be relaxed in Northern Ireland

Fully vaccinated EU and US travellers coming to Northern Ireland will not need to quarantine from 2 August.
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UK Covid live: 31,117 new cases as research suggests vaccines have prevented 60,000 deaths in England

Latest updates: new infections rise second day in a row; figures came ahead of publication of Public Health England’s latest vaccine surveillance reportRaab: vaccine passports aimed at encouraging young to get jabbed‘I might delete it’: users on the NHS Covid app amid pingdemicLack of quarantine at England’s borders ‘risks havoc of Covid variants’Coronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.29pm BST The government has been accused of introducing “Covid ID cards by st...
Tags: Politics, UK, England, Travel & leisure, UK News, NHS, Liberal Democrats, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Vaccines and immunisation, Public Health England, Alistair Carmichael, Dominic Raab, Coronavirus


High street voucher scheme: £100 cards coming in September, says minister

The £100 high street voucher scheme for Northern Ireland will open in September, says a minister.
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High street voucher scheme: £100 cards 'to be available in September'

Every adult in Northern Ireland can receive a voucher if they are on the updated electoral register.
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UK Covid live: 689,313 people in England and Wales pinged by NHS Covid app last week

Latest updates: latest figures show increase of more than 70,000 compared to previous weekRaab: vaccine passports aimed at encouraging young to get jabbedLack of quarantine at England’s borders ‘risks havoc of Covid variants’Coronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.00pm BST The next Covid wave may be more severe in Northern Ireland than in other parts of the UK because vaccine take-up rates have been lower, members of the legislative assembly (MLAs) at Stormont ...
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France attacks decision to keep it on England’s ‘amber plus’ list

Stricter quarantine measures for fully-vaccinated travellers ‘discriminatory’, says ministerCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageEngland’s decision to keep stricter quarantine measures in place for fully vaccinated travellers coming from France has been branded discriminatory and illogical by the country’s Europe minister.Clément Beaune criticised the decision after England, Scotland and Wales announced plans to significantly reduce restrictions on international travel for...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, Wales, France, Travel & leisure, UK News, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Vaccines and immunisation, England Scotland, Dominic Raab, Coronavirus, Clement Beaune


Brexit: EU and UK criticised for 'flawed' protocol approach

Compromise is needed to avoid Northern Ireland becoming a "permanent casualty" of Brexit, peers say.
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Northern Ireland coast visitors warned not to disturb marine wildlife

Dolphins, minke whales, harbour porpoises and a thresher shark have been spotted off NI's coast.
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Northern Ireland businesses increase value of external sales

Great Britain remained the biggest external market in 2019 with sales of £11.3bn, up nearly 7% on 2018.
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UK rejects EU’s Northern Ireland moves, saying Brexit deal must be renegotiated

Downing Street says Brussels overtures are insufficient and ‘comprehensive’ solutions neededBoris Johnson has rejected Brussels’ latest attempt to iron out problems with the post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland, insisting that the withdrawal agreement signed last year must be renegotiated. Related: If Britain wants to resolve the Northern Ireland protocol, this is not the way to do it | Anand Menon and Jill Rutter Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Britain, Northern Ireland, European Commission, Boris Johnson, Brussels, Johnson, Brexit, Jill Rutter, David Frost, Trade Policy, Anand Menon


If Britain wants to resolve the Northern Ireland protocol, this is not the way to do it | Anand Menon and Jill Rutter

The UK has legitimate concerns about the deal, but threatening to tear it up will destroy the trust that’s so vitalTaking responsibility should be the flipside of taking back control. But admissions of responsibility are in short supply in the government published on the Northern Ireland protocol on Wednesday. According to this, the protocol was the responsibility of (delete according to taste) Theresa May, Hilary Benn or indeed the 2019 parliament. Anyone, in other words, except the people wh...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, European Union, UK News, Britain, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Hilary Benn, Brexit, Jill Rutter, David Frost, Anand Menon


Four children taken to hospital after County Antrim funfair ride collapses

Planet Fun in Carrickfergus Harbour is provisionally closed after emergency services treat injured childrenFour children have been taken to hospital after a funfair ride collapsed at Planet Fun in Carrickfergus Harbour, County Antrim.Emergency services were called to the scene shortly before 6pm on Saturday after a ride collapsed. Continue reading...
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Covid-19: One further death and 1,520 positive cases in NI

The total deaths linked to Covid-19 in Northern Ireland since the start of the pandemic is 2,168.
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Coronavirus live: efforts to find Covid origin ‘not blame game’ says WHO; Indonesia reports record daily deaths

Latest updates: all countries must work together to find the origin of the coronavirus that sparked the coronavirus says WHO; Indonesia’s daily death toll reaches 1,566Pfizer vaccine second dose has ‘sweet spot’ after eight weeksFears for Indonesia provinces as Delta variant spreads out of JavaNew Zealand shuts Australia travel bubble as Sydney outbreak worsensUK coronavirus updates – liveTokyo Olympics live blog – live 6.22pm BST The recent drop in new daily reported Covid cases in the UK h...
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Danske Bank in Northern Ireland makes £38m pre-tax profit

The figure is a major recovery for the bank compared to the £3m profit in the same period of 2020
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Omagh bombing could have been prevented, says high court judge

‘Real prospect’ 1998 attack by dissident republicans could have been thwarted, says Mr Justice HornerSecurity forces had a “real prospect” of preventing the 1998 Omagh bombing – the deadliest atrocity of the Northern Ireland Troubles – a Belfast high court has ruled.Mr Justice Horner recommended on Friday that the British and Irish governments each undertake human rights compliant investigations into the bombing, which killed 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, and injured 220 peop...
Tags: Europe, UK News, World news, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Omagh bombing, UK security and counter-terrorism, Belfast, Real Ira, Mr Justice Horner, Omagh


Belfast judge calls on UK to investigate Omagh bombing

‘Real prospect’ 1998 attack by dissident republicans could have been prevented, says Mr Justice HornerA high court judge in Belfast has recommended the UK government undertake a human rights compliant investigation into the Omagh bombing, and urged the Irish government to do likewise, after finding there was a “real prospect” the Real IRA attack in 1998 could have been prevented.Mr Justice Horner told Belfast high court: “I am satisfied that certain grounds when considered separately or together...
Tags: Europe, UK, UK News, World news, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Omagh bombing, UK security and counter-terrorism, Belfast, Ira, Real Ira, Horner, Omagh


Reimagining Northern Ireland's cities after lockdown

Developments like parklets reflect the permanent ways the pandemic is changing our spaces.
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Brexit: 'Clear opportunities and frictions' in NI Protocol, says Invest NI

There is clarity for firms considering investment in Northern Ireland, says the boss of Invest NI.
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