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- Apr 14 5:49 AM
Thirty new jobs are to be created in Northern Ireland with the launch of a new television channel aiming to bring a snapshot of rural Irish life to a worldwide audience.
The "Olympics" of Irish dancing has opened in the presence of Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley and elite dancers from around the world.
People who take photos of themselves are helping to revive the printed picture, according to research.
Later this year, the UK economy will get a £10bn boost from illegal drugs and prostitution,
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A black market of shops and traders willing to deal in stolen smartphones has been exposed by a BBC London undercover investigation.
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The mayor of Swindon has been forced to apologise publicly after he described disabled people as “mongols” and questioned whether they should be allowed to have sex.
Sir Bruce Forsyth has said criticism over his age was a factor in his decision to step down from hosting BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing.
Former Conservative Party chairman Norman Tebbit has admitted he "made a mistake" over saying Martin McGuinness should be shot.
A teenage Twitter user has discovered the perils of failing to think before she tweets, after an ill-judged “joke” terror threat left her in fear of being reported to the FBI.
Nigel Evans has called for a fresh look at whether defendants in sex offence cases should get anonymity on the same level as people who "sling mud" against them as he pledged to speak up for men who are wrongly accused.
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