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A YELLOW warning for snow has been issued for Northern Ireland on Monday, with motorists urged to exercise caution. The Met Office said the snow alert, affecting counties Antrim and Derry, comes into effect from 7am. Meanwhile a yellow warning for wind remains in place across all counties of Northern Ireland on Sunday with the south of Ireland worst affected by the Storm Clodagh.



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    A major search operation is underway in Co Tyrone after a motorist passing the Strule River reported seeing a man on bridge railings. Read the full articl...
  • Woman found unconscious on Co Down road
    A woman in her 50s is seriously ill after being found lying unconscious on a rural road in Ardgass in early hours of this morning Read the full story here...
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    Victory celebrations for @RockcorryGAA after winning Ulster JFC title #TheToughest
  • Diego Costa throwing his bib at Mourinho 😂
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  • Planned operations are cancelled at Belfast children's hospital
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    Very famous visitor at the causeway stones today with Visitor Experience ranger John... #RoryMcIlroy #golf
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Climate change rallies held across Ireland as tear gas used in Paris

Climate change rallies held across Ireland as tear gas used in Paris

HUNDREDS of people have taken part in demonstrations in Ireland demanding action on climate change, while violence erupted at a banned protest in Paris with police using tear gas. Rallies were organised in Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Galway joining cities across the world ahead of the United Nations' summit in Paris.
Rallying cry on climate change ahead of Paris summit