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Friday 27 February 2004

Cash boost sees police foster closer partnership with community
Cold spell set to continue over weekend
Companies urged to submit business award entry
Cook rounds on Clare Short over UN bugging claims
Electricity prices set to rise in Northern Ireland
Funerals of road crash victims to take place
Irish Ferries workers to return to ships
Lack of exercise is turning NI into 'nation of fatties' claims report
Maximum sentence for death drivers rises to 14 years
New commission to focus on international policy over Africa
NI beef campaign to get EU funding
Poorly fitted child car seats costs dozens of lives a year: report
Regional cancer services framework group established
Royal Mail puts in 'poor' performance
UN's Afghan repatriation programme to restart

Thursday 26 February 2004

Bomb defused at north Belfast pub
Breakfast seminar reveals enterprise as an 'art form'
Car hits five children as they wait for school bus
Castledawson firm secure RoI contracts
Castledawson firm secures major contracts
Heavy snow showers affect whole of NI
ITV axes up to 400 jobs as Central TV studio closes
Kofi Annan was bugged by UK secret services, claims Short
Local community to gain role in running of courts system
Lord Alderdice retires as NI Assembly Speaker
Minister praises employers work health contributions
MP calls for taskforce to deal with job losses
Parents of truant pupils face fines from tomorrow
Police officers injured in road smash
Rifkind wins Kensington and Chelsea nomination
Straw 'saddened' at death of Macedonian president
Teen alcohol abuse and pregnancy targeted by pilot scheme
Tyrone firm secures £15m contract in Westmeath
UK's first immigrant citizenship ceremony held in London borough
UU and Trinity Dublin co-host Ulster Scots conference
Weather delays ESA comet chaser launch
Whip removed from Tory MP for 'unacceptable' joke

Wednesday 25 February 2004

Belfast plays host to week long Titanic event
Blunkett calls for wider debate on reinforcing anti-terror security
Counselling service set up at college of road crash victims
Emergency as SOS frequency blocked by ship playing Radio 4
Government Bill outlines plans for new Supreme Court
GPs converge on Belfast for all-Ireland scientific meeting
Irish Ferries lay off staff from three laid up vessels
Man dies following stabbing incident in Armagh
Policing Board endorse PSNI use of CS spray
Serial killer GP Harold Shipman is cremated
Step change in government action needed to improve health: report
Trimble threatens to pull UUP out of review
Trocaire launch Lenten Rwanda campaign
Two Guantanamo detainees charged with war crimes
Two women treated for smoke inhalation
UK arms components export 'puts lives at risk': report
UN calls for stronger action as bird flu outbreaks continue
UN to help survivors of Ugandan refugee camp massacre
UUP and DUP delegation meet Pearson over TK-EEC redundancies
Women to be offered one free IVF treatment from 2005

Tuesday 24 February 2004

Airport bosses push for 'moderate' evening flight increases
Asylum applications dive by 41% in 2003
Britons advised to leave war-torn Haiti
Direct Payment plan for people with learning disabilities
Four die in serious road crash
Iraq elections could be held by end of 2004: UN
Irish Ferries withdraw three ships from service
Libya paid Lockerbie compensation to 'buy peace'
London to see speed camera policy thrown into reverse
Majority of NI consumers concerned about meat safety
NI SMEs to benefit from NTL Broadband package
Police to gain from seizures of 'criminally acquired wealth'
Reduce VAT on tourism accommodation says MP
Three people escape injury in arson attack
Top British athlete hit with two-year ban
Tory-commissioned report recommends removal of BBC Charter
Two men arrested in attempted robbery
UDA declare intent to maintain 'ceasfire'
UK firms increasingly targeted by high-tech crime
UK restricts EU workers' rights over 'Benefits Tourism' fears

Monday 23 February 2004

10 killed in Kirkuk suicide bombing
Asylum campaigners demand a new consultation process
Britain is filthier despite council bill hike, says Keep Britain Tidy
British transport failings cost businesses £15bn a year: BCC
Cut out 'selfish' public grieving and get involved: report
Drivers warned to be prepared for cold snap
Finucane family press Stevens on murder inquiry progress
Four men remanded over abduction attempt
GMC asked to investigate MMR research allegations
Heysham to Belfast route to get extra daily sailing
Inquest into McConville death adjourned
Jobs boost for Poyntzpass development
McDonnell elected SDLP deputy leader
Minister launches prescription fraud initiative
Pensioner dies in house fire
Pilot scheme to help vulnerable witnesses begins
Road works begin on £500,000 Fivemiletown route
Sitting Labour MP for Reading East deselected
Soldiers and civilians set to receive Iraq campaign medal
Teachers' union calls for consultation over pupil drug-test plan
Transport failings cost businesses £15bn a year

Friday 20 February 2004

Adair son appears in court over drugs charges
Adams calls on Pearson to end pay dispute
Anti-polio vaccination programme to target Africa's 63m children
BBC Music Live comes to Northern Ireland
BBC's morning replacement for Kilroy revealed
Belfast Bombardier chief calls for improved NI transport infrastructure
BMA NI call for smoking ban
Britain's Guantanamo detainees to face anti-terror probes
Car components factory to shut with loss of 550 jobs
Charity hails potential breakthrough to cancer treatment
Couple escape injury after car plunges into river
Herdman's announce 270 redundancies
Hoey to push Home Secretary on Zimbabwean NI asylum
Iraq elections unlikely before US transfers power: Annan
NHS to prescribe maggots to sterilise infected wounds
OFT to audit supermarkets in review of code of practice
Pilot scheme to target patients with inherited cancer risk
Police confirm Tebay wagon brakes were faulty
Security Minister welcomes police training college decision
Snooker legend 'storms' on the Waterfront horizon
Some mammals can adjust sex of offspring: study

Thursday 19 February 2004

£2.9 million sewer scheme for Enniskillen
105-year-old woman forced from home following attack
Afghan opium production to rise again, UN warns
Beagle.B virus linked to online gamers
BT awarded £530m NHS broadband contract
Channel 4 development deal for Belfast TV company
Five UK detainees in Guantanamo Bay to be released
Grieving families bury victims of Iran railway blast
ICAI issues new money-laundering guidelines
Late payment culture shows no signs of abating
Major development secured for key waterside site
Marsh Ireland to create 75 jobs in Spiddal
Minister announces £2m food sector funding
Nazi hunter Wiesenthal awarded knighthood
NI score first goal in two years
Opposition outraged over leaked GM crops approval
Police treat two separate flat fires as suspicious
Skilled workers spouse work permit rules changed
Strong retail sales growth stokes interest rate hike
Taoiseach visits Northern Ireland on one-day trip
Tory leader slams BNP as 'a stain on our democracy'
Wooden floors lead to more home injuries

Wednesday 18 February 2004

11 Iraqis killed in attack on coalition army base
200 feared dead after Iranian railway blast
Children to benefit following 'Sure Start' awards
Community relations in NI deteriorating, claims book
Cut in prescription fraud saves taxpayer £70m
Dale Farm acquires Parmalat's UK operation
Flying Scotsman could leave Britain following sale decision
Man dies in house fire
NI buildings at risk register placed on-line
NI fans look goalward under Sanchez management
Passenger numbers up at City of Derry Airport
Police arrest person following weapons find
Pregnancy test kit reports 'false negatives'
PSNI launch 'bridge building' conference in Portadown
Red Cross 'concerned' over Israel's West Bank barrier
RNLI rescue 164 people during 2003
Road Safety Week highlighted at University of Ulster
UK businesses unprepared for anti-money laundering laws, warn PwC
UK firms unprepared for anti-money laundering laws, warn PwC
Women will abuse love rivals to get their man: study

Tuesday 17 February 2004

£2m earmarked to rebuild Iraq's legal system
170 jobs to go at Edinburgh brewery
Belfast to get jobs boost from BA call centre restructuring
Bomb alerts as Princess Royal visits Dublin
Broadband internet connections rise in UK
Co Sligo to get double jobs boost
Concessionary fares for more people with disabilities
Diploma system proposed as replacement for GCSEs and A-levels
Four men arrested following racist attack
Industrial derating phase out is 'reasonable', says Minister
Minister launches oral health initiative for children
More NI civil servants go on strike
Nuclear watchdog chief to return to Libya
Police arrest four during Newry drugs swoop
Prison population hits record high
Researchers to undertake eating disorders study
Retailers to learn of dangers of solvent abuse
UK inflation set to grow further
UK sees 20% increase in multiple births in ten years
UK sees 20% increase in multiple births over 10 years
Woman dies in car crash in Ballyclare

Monday 16 February 2004

90,000 civil servants go on strike
Belfast City Council to launch business forum initiative
Brown calls for increased funding to fight global poverty
Catholic congregation in church lock-in
Co Down firm secures major Saudi contract
Elderly pensioner held down during burglary
Forests have key role in fight against poverty and pollution: UN
Inquiry begins into death of four railway workers
Lack of funds means impoverished kids face painful cancer deaths
Last call for budding entrepreneur nominations
Letwin shows his hand on Tory tax policy
Minister oversees joint security measures for Euro 2004
Mobile operating unit cuts waiting lists
Paramilitaries blamed for high suicide rate
Pilot project aims to improve public sector
Poor children to gain from fruit and veg vouchers
SMEs gain confidence as orders decline ends, says CBI
Solomons to step down as Ulster coach
Teenage woman escapes arson attack
Two soldiers and one child die in Iraqi bomb attacks

Friday 13 February 2004

'Live and let live' Howard seeks Tory ceasefire on Europe
Bird flu 'still not under control' despite culls
British Airways flights cancelled over security concerns
Charities urged to be viligant against new fraud scam
Consultation period on alcohol legislation extended
Empey warns over City Airport plans
Further success claimed against trade of illegal fuel
Government threatens to discipline civil service strikers
Home of Policing Board chairman attacked
New tourism super-body needed says USCA
NI can be a leading region in Europe, says Pearson
NI health targeted in new 'get active' campaign
North can be a leading region in Europe, says Pearson
Police to exhume body of heroin addict
Secret WMD review to consider 'systems', not individuals
Sheffield to test run new anti-yob measures
Software industry 'complacent' says university
Three children vandalise Lisburn school
Tony Martin arrested following number plate theft
UN equivocates over prospects over early elections in Iraq
University-linked businesses create more jobs and wealth: report

Thursday 12 February 2004

'Concern' as UN aid for Haiti's population is blocked
Belfast to benefit from £80m roads funding
Benefit fraud crackdown saves taxpayers £400m
Cher to 'turn back time' with Belfast 'Farewell' gig
DIY enthusiasts to benefit from free VAT advice
easyJet confirms seven new routes to expanded Europe
Former US Marine admits abducting teenager
Greater protection promised for employees through Pensions Bill
HPA issues warning following massive rise in HIV diagnoses
Iraq terror bombers care nothing for the country's people: Straw
Lawyers winners on De Lorean case costs says report
Maxine Carr's bid for early release is denied
Officers attacked with petrol bombs
Police to re-interview man in connection with Omagh bomb
PSNI 50:50 recruitment policy to continue says Minister
Secondary schools to benefit from £5bn refurbishment package
Shoppers still being misled by food labels, says FSA
Two NI army bases to close on 'normalisation'
University marks International Mother Language Day
Woman in hospital after slipping under train

Wednesday 11 February 2004

Bus lanes now open to motorcyclists
Child poverty group calls for plans to revise figures to be dropped
Derry Council welcomes Neighbourhood Renewal Initiative
Dissident republicans target SDLP councillor
Galen on course to double profits
Immediate action needed to reverse obesity, say doctors
Irish attitudes to UK improving says survey
Jobless total lowest since records began, says ONS
Move to end workers' long hours slammed by CBI
Moy firm secures £200,000 contract
New committee to allow greater scrutiny of European legislation
New strategy for special needs pupils proposed
NI to get more pedestrian crossings
NI unemployment figures show slight rise
OFT hosts cross-border seminar in Newry
Probe to be held into Beagle 2's disappearance
Report hits out at Maghaberry segregation
Second car bomb in 24 hours kills 46 Iraqis
Smaller firms take lead in employing 'reliable' older workers
Smoking drastically reduces fertility and child health: report
UK jobless total lowest since records began, says ONS

Tuesday 10 February 2004

Amendments to building regulations emphasise energy efficiency
Better management needed to reverse countryside decline: report
Conflict journalists to visit Belfast
Council backs MP’s call for rethink on cannabis law
Man appears in court over football takings theft
Man shot dead by armed robbers in Birmingham
Minister introduces new measures to combat 'hate crime'
MOT centres fail to meet customer satisfaction targets
NHS to exchange targets for greater patient choice, says Reid
Noose is tightening on Al Qaeda, says UN
Ofsted proposes 'shorter, more frequent' school inspections
Patients to get quicker access to primary care services
Pension Credit uptake on the rise, government claims
Pupils offered 'Global Gateway' to learning
Sanchez names first NI squad for friendly
Shipyard worker breaks leg in fall
Two bailed following deaths of cockle-pickers
Two men shot in separate paramilitary-style attacks
Up to 50 people feared dead after Iraq car bomb attack
Volunteers 'crucial' to successful London Olympics

Monday 09 February 2004

'Further and faster economic reform' needed from EU, says Chancellor
'Making It Better' community pharmacy strategy announced
Amnesty slams Home Office's 'unreasoned' asylum decisions
British teens worth record £2bn but lack basic finance skills
Britons to spend £2bn on loved ones this Valentine's Day
Companies urged to apply for nanotechnology funding
Elderly woman in shock following robbery
Five arrested following deaths of cockle pickers
Girls Aloud to play Belfast St Patrick's Day gig
Government pledges £9m to Liberian peace initiatives
Homework at root of many family arguments, says report
More money needed to stave off extinctions threat, says RSPB
Murphy chairs first GFA working sessions
NI house building on decrease
Plans for new UK-wide crime agency outlined
RRI on track to improve NI infrastructure says Minister
SF to meet Maghaberry governor over asylum concerns
Two children injured in bottle attack
Water Service unveils £100m Belfast Sewers Project
WWII veterans enlist in scheme to revisit battlefields

Friday 06 February 2004

All-Ireland Special Needs Education website launched
Black market in nuclear technology must be stopped: IAEA
Cockle pickers drown in Morecambe Bay
DUP unveil 'corporate' NI Assembly proposals
Failure to monitor British Energy's problems, say NAO
Former Ulster Unionist Party leader dies
Gluten-related diseases more widespread than thought: report
Government failed to monitor British Energy's problems, say NAO
Government offices hit by strike action
National award for Lagan Valley arts complex
NI government offices hit by strike action
NIE issue warning following gunshot damage
NTL to link UK and Ireland education IT systems
Pearson meets MLA's to discuss Nortel future
Police officer injured in hit-and-run incident
Quality of patient services to determine hospital funding
RMT vote puts it on collision course with New Labour
Rush hour train blast kills 40 in Moscow
Tagging scheme could see Maxine Carr freed 'immediately'
Two-day fuel operation leads to £13,000 fines
UK and Ireland education IT systems to be linked
Up to 1,900 jobs expected, says Minister Ahern
West Brom striker denies road death charge
Young people warned of dangers of 'Sex Lottery'

Thursday 05 February 2004

£20,000 in football game receipts stolen
BBC staff stage nationwide protest
Belfast gets into carnival spirit
Benefits sanction scheme for offenders extended
BT awarded NI broadband tender
Casual holiday encounters threaten UK's sexual health
Community TV station to launch in Belfast
Conference to discuss alternatives to baton rounds
DUP set Friday as date to unveil devolution proposals
Funeral held for teenager drowned at sea
Government publishes gaming regulation proposals
Holyland students offered chance to join training programme
Improving reproductive health could save millions of lives: UN
Insurer's closure sees 1,600 jobs axed
Interest rates rise to 4%
Libya adopts Chemical Weapons Convention
Motor insurers call for crackdown on uninsured drivers
Showcase aims to woo visitors to Belfast
Tories call on Blair to resign over 45-minute claim
Victimless crime myth needs dispelled says Minister

Wednesday 04 February 2004

Ballylough lake ‘reels in' tourism funding
Cancer deaths fall by 12% in 30 years: research
Children need to brush up on teeth care
Churchill celebrated ahead of Yalta conference anniversary
Crime schemes gain from £46m funding boost
DVLA clamps down on number plate suppliers
Filipino man appears before court on terrorist charges
Flooding hits Wales and parts of northeast England
Further UK container port capacity required by 2006
Health Minister launches Protection of Children legislation
Insurance salesman robbed in Dundonald
John Hume to step down as MP and MEP
Language initiative launched for primary schools
Local sports benefit from Lottery funding
More BBC protests on Hutton scheduled
More momentum needed to raise school standards: Osted
Murphy outlines disability cause at conference
NI tourist numbers likely to increase by 15%
Real IRA plant bomb inside army base
UN offers 'bird flu' countries $1.6m aid package
US court releases 'bomb joke' student

Tuesday 03 February 2004

'Strong support' shown for home buyers' 'pack' proposal
Anti Car Crime Project receives international accolade
Bectu condemns BBC 'cull' following Hutton Report
Blair confirms inquiry into WMD intelligence
Community Energy projects get £6m cash boost
Controversial asylum centre plans abandoned
EC decision clips Ryanair's wings on airport discounts
Good Friday Agreement review begins
Guide dog charity open Dungannon Branch
Head-on road collision kills van passenger
Lord Hutton to receive honorary degree from University of Ulster
Minister announces East Belfast school amalgamation
Opposition parties slam Livingstone's mayoral candidacy
Police appeal for information on shotgun attack
Public urged to take part in national health debate
Queen's medics outreach energised by NIE
Rathgael centre 'positive and purposeful' says Minister
Retail growth strong after January sales: CBI
UN official calls for clampdown on Internet-driven racism

Monday 02 February 2004

10% of UK workforce is incompetent: survey
100,000 people are victims of drunken violence at work
Belfast visitor figures on the up
Best banned from driving for 20 months
Best handed down 20-month driving ban
Better performing hospitals to get cash boost
Drowned teenager's body found near Killough pier
Electoral figures show 28,000 drop
Investment set to narrow North/South economic gulf
ITV shares begin trading on London Stock Exchange
ITV shares now trading on London Stock Exchange
Man dies in Co Tyrone house blaze
NI peatlands information launched on internet
Police launch murder inquiry in Lurgan
Police to show 'yellow card' to mobile motorists
SCO wriggles free with alternative website
Straw condemns Irbil suicide bombings
UK border control crosses channel to Calais
UN appeal set to tackle Afghan opium production
UU lends support to student housing scheme
Woman's body recovered from canal
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