A DEPARTMENT of Agriculture official has told the RHI Inquiry he never considered people "burning biomass just to make money on it" as the inquiry chairman yesterday questioned why there was a "total divorce" between Stormont departments.
THE head of the campaign that helped secure a resounding endorsement for the Good Friday Agreement in the 1998 referendum is sceptical about claims that a high-profile concert days before the historic vote helped swing the result.
LOYALIST blogger Jamie Bryson has said a group he represents is working with DUP MP Emma Little-Pengelly to develop a protocol on erecting flags. It emerged after UVF flags placed outside a shared housing development in south-east Belfast were removed yesterday...
By Josie Clarke, Press Association Consumer Affairs Correspondent
Ads that contrast girls as caring with boys as daring or suggest that new mothers should prioritise looking attractive over emotional well-being are likely to be among those banned under a proposed new rule to end harmful gender stereotyping.
By Alan Jones, Press Association Industrial Correspondent
Directors at collapsed engineering giant Carillion were too busy "stuffing their mouths with gold" to worry about the workers and should face the possibility of disqualification, according to a scathing report by MPs.