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More than £1 billion of public money is to be paid to Northern Ireland-based businesses by 2036 after they installed new appliances under the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which is now closed. File photograph: Getty Images

A Northern Ireland farmer is allegedly in line to receive £1 million (€1.19 million) of public money over the next 20 years for heating an empty shed (...)

“If there is any attempt to construct a hard Border I think the passions are so high that the people will pull it down.” Cars crossing between Co Derry and the Republic. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Denis Bradley made an unusual confession in the Irish News: he voted Remain but hoped for a Leave result. He got his wish. While he does have some con(...)

Thousands of campaigners from both sides of Ireland’s abortion debate paraded through the streets of Belfast to highlight their opposing positions on the issue. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

Thousands of campaigners from both sides of Ireland’s emotive abortion debate have paraded through the streets of Belfast to highlight their opposing (...)

There has not been widespread public disorder over a specifically constitutional development in Northern Ireland since the 1985 Anglo-Irish Agreement - and that was far from spontaneous. Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

As the Brexit vote sank in last Friday, I was invited on air by Today FM and found myself trapped between Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy and former Taoise(...)

Scotland and Northern Ireland will not be able to attain special EU status in the wake of Brexit, Theresa Villiers has insisted. The Northern Ireland(...)

Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon: her party could get a referendum through Holyrood even if all the unionist parties were opposed. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

The UK referendum vote was decisively won, but for Scotland and Northern Ireland it raises a multitude of questions. It may also be a legal struggle. (...)

Co Fermanagh farmer Barry Read said he is  surprised at how ‘shocked and unprepared everyone has been since the result came out’.

Farmer Barry Read from Maguiresbridge in Co Fermanagh is one of 19,958 people in the county who voted for the United Kingdom’s departure from the Euro(...)

 A man accompanied by his dog waves as he makes his way into a polling station to vote in the EU referendum on Thursday.  Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

The impact Brexit could have on the economy, trade and the Irish border were among the areas of concern for voters in South Belfast, which is one of t(...)

Secretary of the Felons Club Gerry Scullion:  “My first instinct was not to vote at all, but I’ll probably be voting stay.” Photograph: Arthur Allison

Sipping an afternoon pint in the Felons Club on the Falls Road in west Belfast, Brian Gray is in no doubt about why the DUP is in favour of Brexit. (...)

Terminations are only legal in Northern Ireland to protect a woman’s life, or if there is a risk of serious damage to her well-being.

A woman who travelled to England to terminate a pregnancy with a fatal defect is a victim of Northern Ireland’s abortion laws, the Court of Appeal was(...)

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