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Police in Co Down dealing with an attempted cash machine theft at a petrol station at Carlisles’ on the Belfast Road in Ballynahinch. Photograph: Pacemaker.

A petrol station’s forecourt roof has been torn down in an attempted ATM robbery in Co Down during a weekend of attacks on cash machines in Northern I(...)

A report earlier this month from the Stormont economy department warned of a possible loss of 40,000 jobs in Northern Ireland if the UK crashed out of the EU. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA

Boris Johnson made his way to 10 Downing Street partly on his commitment that he was prepared to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union on (...)

The scene after a cash machine was stolen in Bushmills in Co Antrim on Monday night. Photograph: Pacemaker

An ATM stolen in Bushmills, Co Antrim, early on Tuesday morning when it was ripped from a shop wall in the town has been recovered. It is as yet uncl(...)

Sinn Fein leader Michelle O’Neill talking to the media in Parliament buildings, Stormont, as the party accused the British Government of wanting powersharing in Northern Ireland to fail. Photograph: Deborah McAleese/PA Wire

The negotiations aimed at forming a government in Northern Ireland are to be extended until the end of June. Following British prime minister Theresa(...)

Canadian aerospace group Bombardier plans to add to the North’s unemployment woes with a potential 630 job losses

A new minister for the economy is about to be appointed in the North amid clear warnings about the challenges ahead, with 500 in Ballymena, Co Antrim,(...)

The counting centre at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

Industry leaders have urged politicians elected to the next Northern Ireland Executive to adopt a Programme for Government that empowers businesses to(...)

Austins  of Derry: Political and business leaders have said  the closure of the store, which was older than its world famous counterparts Macys or Harrods, represents a sad  end for one of the city’s retail forefathers. Photograph:  Trevor McBride

The closure of the historic Derry department store, Austins, which first opened its doors in 1830 and was older than its world famous counterparts M(...)

Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association  chief executive Glyn Roberts said that while the businesses community had been encouraged by the Stormont House Agreement  it wanted to see it implemented and progress made on the final budget. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Retailers in the North enjoyed strong sales over the Christmas period according to initial feedback but local property charges will be a key issue (...)

Ian Paisley jnr. Photograp:  Paul Faith/PA Wire

The Gallahers cigarette factory in Ballymena is set to close with the loss of nearly 1,000 jobs after its parent company Japan Tobacco International ((...)

Talks chaired by Dr Richard Haass (above) and Harvard professor Meghan O’Sullivan are to continue over the weekend. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Northern Secretary Theresa Villiers has appointed a new Parades Commission as the Haass talks enter a crucial stage in pursuit of agreement on parades(...)

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