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Thursday 31 March 2005

Archbishop issues open letter to party leaders
Attack on car may have been racially motivated
Coastguards launch initiative for safer sea angling
Drop in average incomes reported
Ethnic groups launch equality manifesto
Footballer Pennant released from prison
Government plumps for Maze as site for national stadium
Honeymoon period ends for Sanchez
Howard to 'wipe the smile' off criminals' faces
Lib Dems pledge to scrap 'unfair' council tax
Man detained as robbery attempt foiled
Marked rise in NI births in 2004
Police in Easter assault appeal
Prince's press comments overheard
Terri Schiavo succumbs after 13-days

Wednesday 30 March 2005

'Recycling Lottery' proposed to aid environment
All criminality and paramilitarism must cease – Murphy
Arson attack destroys new kidney unit at Altnagelvin
Britons reported missing in Indonesia quake
Celebrity chef hands in petition to Downing Street
Conservatives plan armed forces investment
Darfur death toll 'grossly underestimated', MPs claim
Government figures reveal drop in poverty figures
Lib Dems launch local election campaign
Lottery grants boost anti-racism projects
Man appears in court following fatal stabbing
NAB announces 1,700 jobs cut in UK
Police come under attack in Markets area
Rare 'Titanic gem' found in Belfast
Rooney assault claims dropped
Sanchez looks for morale building result
Shopping centre targeted in firebomb attack

Friday 25 March 2005

Baseball cap murder teens bailed
Belfast software firm investment to create 25 jobs
Belfast software firm to invest £1.5m and create 25 jobs
Body find confirmed as Joanne Nelson
Fathers' rights protestors scale St Paul's
Flight sacked from Conservative party
Improved access to healthy food has 'little effect' on diet
Information Commissioner to investigate Iraq legal advice
Injury forces McCartney out of NI squad
Invest NI chief welcomes sportsware investment
Kyrgyzstan leader denies resignation rumours
Lone parent families suffer stress
Minister refutes claims of underspend on education
New controller named for BBC One
PSNI to get new plastic baton round
Report looks at flag flying controversy
Report reveals improving cancer services
Schoolgirl raped in own bedroom
Travel delays expected as Easter getaway begins
Two charged as arms haul uncovered in west Belfast
Unionist ‘fury’ at Forkhill policing arrangements
Woman plucked from sea off County Down coast

Thursday 24 March 2005

Assets Recovery Agency seize almost £5m
City of Derry airport attracts £10m in funding
Concern grows over missing Lisburn man
Derry deprivation relief plan unveiled
Ethiopian army branded ‘murderers and rapists’
Fischer flies to Iceland as national
Gerrard expects maximum World Cup points
Government under pressure over Iraq war legality
Inquiry into BP oil refinery explosion
IVF patients could choose baby’s sex
Police re-issue appeal in murder enquiry
Protestors storm presidential palace in Kyrgyzstan
PSNI issue crime prevention appeal to NI fans
Schiavo’s parents appeal to Supreme Court
Spellar proposes new powers for a safer society
Teenager rescued from burning building

Wednesday 23 March 2005

4.1% council tax rise announced
BBC unions to ballot on strike action over job cuts
Clyde withdraws from NI squad
Diabetes care improving, government claims
Five arrests follow customs fuel operations
Foreign Secretary announces intelligence changes
Friends of the Earth target NI pollution
Gardiner calls for creative content for broadband
Government Bill to tackle corporate manslaughter
Gun attack was attempted murder say police
IRA again deny involvement in McCartney murder
Lock out crime scheme reaches 1000 homes
Minister announces neighbourhood renewal plan for Belfast
Skin cancer could triple, experts warn
Sons to be witnesses at Royal Wedding
UK-born paedophile to be deported from Australia
Universities to hold Holyland meeting with SDLP

Tuesday 22 March 2005

Belfast brings in 5.9 million visitors during 2004
Fire costs economy £7.7 billion
Gardiner announces renewable energy programme
GNER announces £1billion rail deal
Government launches plan to boost workers' skills
Government unveils 10-year £1.5bn transport strategy
Liberal Democrats launch election proposals
MRSA claims life of new-born baby
Plans unveiled to promote social inclusion of older people
Police shoot dead man outside Hull
Queen’s astronomers awarded £1.4m grant
Sanchez names squad ahead of England game
Security guard threatened in armed robbery
Teenage boys appear in court charged with attempted murder
Ten dead in Minnesota high school massacre
Terror suspect takes overdose

Monday 21 March 2005

Army recruits at risk from abuse
BBC announces 2000 job cuts across content and output divisions
Belfast hosts international conference on drug-related harm reduction
Disabled pensioner assaulted during burglary
Employer hiring confidence ‘very high’
Football fans arrested after World Cup qualifier violence
Government to 'raise standard and quality' of school dinners
John DeLorean dies at 80
Life sentences for New Year killers
Man attacked during carjacking
New road safety campaign for young people
NI cinemas to go digital
NI’s £33m benefit fraud figure ‘unacceptable’
Potential pension row strike averted
Teenager convicted of jeweller's murder
UEFA begins disciplinary proceedings against Chelsea

Friday 18 March 2005

Arrests made over Kent fire
Body uncovered following caravan fire
Child safety hotline to name and shame killer roads
DSD invests £56m in disadvantaged communities
Eighteen arrested following Holyland disturbances
Four men convicted of New Year murders
Helicopter shortage predicted for armed forces
Missing persons helpline receives cash boost
Push to promote Province launched in US
Report criticises directory enquiry services
Shipman victims' families contact police in jewellery plea
Soldier awarded first VC in over twenty years
Tsunami hit area could be hit again - UU
Unions urge government to drop pension changes
University funding to be discussed at Queen’s
Woman sexually assaulted in north Belfast

Wednesday 16 March 2005

Arrests made in grave theft investigation
Brown's Budget promises for pensioners and homebuyers
Campaigners call for inquiry into 'cannibal killer's' care
CBI welcomes 'measured' UK plc Budget
Conflicting reports over Diana's fatal car journey
Derry firm to invest £1.1m in textile market
Howard dismissive of 'vote now, pay later' Budget
Local business donations help world’s poorest regions
Man in court over London axe murder
Man released in missing Bangor woman case
McCartney family arrive for meetings in US
Minister announces funding package for women’s sector
Murphy honoured for peace process work
NI continues to experience jobs growth
Police investigate link to Amelie murder
Police issue bank holiday drink driving warning
Skydiver may have committed suicide
UK unemployment rises

Tuesday 15 March 2005

'Negative preconceptions' being broken in schools
£1.5m Banbridge makeover gets official opening
BT measures to prevent internet dialler problems
Cannibal killer receives two life sentences
Car provides fresh clue in Milly Dowler murder
Cardinal supports Howard on abortion view
McCartney family deny being used as political tool
Minister launches regional transport services consultation
Missing air ambulance found on seabed
Mother accused of baby murders granted bail
NI textile industry hit with further jobs blow
NI WWII War heroes return to battlefields thanks to lottery
Police launch murder inquiry in south Belfast
Prince Charles bans media from wedding
Queen’s to celebrate new series of 'Doctor Who'
Soham inquiry says "great deal" still needs to be done
St Patrick’s tourism project launched in Armagh

Monday 14 March 2005

Army urged to crack down on bullying
Boateng appointed High Commissioner to South Africa
Dog hanging ‘an absolute act of cruelty’
Fall in house prices reported in January
Giant’s Causeway management plan completed
Lack of co-operation hitting cross-border social services – UU
Lib Dems announce plans to cut 'unfair' health charges
Loyalties preventing witnesses coming forward say McCartney family
Man killed in alleged axe attack
More improvement needed in stroke patient care
Police express concern at LVF graffiti link to missing woman
Road Service cleared of blame for Foyle Bridge death
Scarborough drowning tragedy victims named
SF sanctions ‘weak and feeble’ - Trimble
Water shortages loom as glaciers melt
Woman left in critical condition following stabbing

Friday 11 March 2005

13-year-old boy gets life for raping teacher
Around 200 textile jobs under threat at Adria
BBC announces 1,730 job losses
Belfast City Council issue cowboy builder warning
Blair appeals for 'sense' and offers Terror Bill review
Civil service unions to take strike action
Competition Commission blocks brewers' merger proposal
DARD to set up an expert group on alternative use of manures
Government announces boost for foreign language learning
Irish comedian Dave Allen dies aged 68
Major operation will monitor Northern Bank note exchange
Police comment on hate crime at Alliance conference
PSNI pledge action on car crime
Queen’s suspend student for ‘lewd’ act
RSPB conference stresses importance of biodiversity
Sinn Fein to lose Westminster allowances
Spain pays tribute to Madrid train bombing victims
Two released in missing woman hunt
UK urges more aid for Africa
US and UK governments criticised over Iraqi death count

Thursday 10 March 2005

Borrowing rate pegged at 4.75%
British agents 'not sufficiently well trained' for terror investigations
Commissioner calls for end to speech therapy postcode lottery
Gun wielding thieves rob jewellers
House of Commons to debate sanctions against Sinn Fein
Malaria cases could have doubled
Migrant workers need to know their rights
Mothers 'cannot afford' full maternity leave
Paris workers strike during Olympic Committee visit
Police criticised for not solving enough crimes
Police release man in McCartney murder probe
Prescription charges to rise in April
Pro-Syrian Lebanese PM to return to government
Queen + Paul Rodgers to play Belfast Odyssey
Terror Bill suffers second defeat in House of Lords
Two arrested as search for woman turns into murder probe
University unveils £5.4m research centre
Water bills set to rise

Wednesday 09 March 2005

Anti-bullying poster launched in Ballymena
Breakthrough transplant for diabetes sufferers
British man murdered in Thailand
Experts discuss diabetes at Belfast conference
Firefighters attacked by stone throwing youths
Iraq police report finding 30 corpses at two sites
Irish language daycare centre receives cash boost
ITV profits rocket despite dwindling audience share
Lisburn firm announces £5m expansion plan
Majority support for smoking ban - NICHSA
Minister launches 10-year high tech health plan
Motorcyclists still at high risk of accidents, AA reports
National memorial service to be held for tsunami victims
No more changes to terror law, Blair warns
Ofsted to provide schools inspection information to pupils
RAC bought by Aviva for £1.1 billion
Teenager convicted of manslaughter over river death

Tuesday 08 March 2005

Adams repeats call for information on McCartney murder
BAE Systems to acquire US-based United Defense Industries
British worker shot dead in Afghanistan
Bronze age artefacts found at Devon shipwreck site
Cold case unit to re-examine 1,800 ‘unsolved murders’
Commission calls for procedures to tackle police racism
Downing Street reception for Artic Convoy heroes
Gardiner announces £8.8m energy efficiency package
Government to extend part-time prison plans
Home heating oil thefts result in police warning
Legal objections to Royal Wedding dismissed
Lymphoedema services consultation launched
Man charged over hit and run incident
Man found with gunshot wound to leg
Minority views sought on local policing
Pro-Syrian protest held in Beirut
Terror Bill faces more opposition in House of Lords
UK card frauds swipe £500 million
University highlights diversity messages
UTV radio station to create 30 jobs
UTV wins licence for new Belfast radio station

Monday 07 March 2005

Abaana: raising funds for African children
Boeing chief executive resigns
Charity calls for cardiac checks in NI
Coventry terror suspects appear in court
Deutsche Börse withdraws bid for LSE
Family escape injury in gun attack
Italians honour officer shot by US troops in Iraq
Man dies in road traffic accident
Minister launches separate regeneration plans
MRSA cases 'lowest ever recorded'
Newtownabbey man injured in robbery
Peace process in ‘deep crisis’, says McGuinness
Pope expected to leave hospital for Easter
PSNI praised for human rights efforts
RMT launches campaign to renationalise railways
Sabotage ruled out in Hercules crash
Search continues for missing Bangor woman
Syrian forces to be 'redeployed' in Lebanon
Woman robbed outside City Hospital
World's first 3G radio player launched

Friday 04 March 2005

Demolition work begins at notorious security centre
Early Years arts sector gets cash injection
Fossett completes record-breaking flight
Government drive to reduce heart deaths in young
Increasing internet porn offences fuel calls for police-run centre
Motorcyclist dies in road accident
Multiple charges brought in bank fraud investigation
NI parties shut out of White House St Patrick's Day celebrations
Pensioner's shoulder operation wait row continues
Pilot planning service scheme to speed up process
Police concerned about missing woman
SF decision to pass information to Police Ombudsman ‘inadequate’
Straw calls for Syria to pull out of Lebanon
Terror law may still breach human rights laws, MPs warn
Three terror suspects still being questioned
Two houses hit by gunfire in Lurgan
Two-year-old boy dies following airgun shooting

Thursday 03 March 2005

Belfast's first neighbourhood watch scheme gets underway
British diplomat charged over plane disturbance
Community waste fund to reduce landfill burden
Councils begin ‘Kerbie’ cleanup across NI
Defra launches farmland conservation scheme
Four life sentences for man behind hostel fire deaths
Hospital waiting lists continue to fall
Identity fraud rising in the UK
Labour education plan promises 'tailored support'
Laws to protect against religious discrimination announced
More snow expected to affect UK overnight
Post-Primary 'focus' on children's needs, Gardiner
Prisoner on the run following taxi escape
PSNI urges community to help in fight against car crime
Release date set for Jonathan King
Three people arrested in terrorist investigation
Three people escape injury in gun attack
Work related asthma can be avoided says HSENI

Wednesday 02 March 2005

British top in heroin seizures, says UN report
Governors face axe but BBC licence fee remains
HRC call for improved investigations of security force killings
Illegal rubbish dumped 'every 35 seconds'
LG Philips plant closure to put 760 out of work
Log cabin firm to create 10 new jobs
Lord Mayor issues interface ‘cool it’ plea
Man in critical condition following hit and run incident
Microsoft boss receives honorary knighthood
Minister welcomes renewable energy initiative
More wintry weather ahead in parts of England
MPs recommend changes for child access system
Muslim schoolgirl wins court case
Passive smoking kills 30 a day in UK, claims study
Saddam tribunal judge murdered
Several people escape injury in gun attack
SF abstains from City Council's McCartney police motion
UTV's 'Insight' scoops top national TV award

Tuesday 01 March 2005

Abbas pledges reforms at Middle-East conference
Alzheimer's drugs could be withdrawn
Average council tax rise dips to 4%
Badger cull considered in plans to tackle bovine TB
Belfast prepares to honour ‘Titanic’ achievement
Belfast to host diabetes and public health conference
Clarke threatens to 'name and shame' ASBO offenders
Gang culture 'widespread', schools report finds
Government announce new Victims’ and Survivors’ Commissioner for NI
Government prepares plan for flu pandemic
Man arrested in connection with McCartney murder
Passengers evacuated in plane emergency
Prescribed medicines can make you ill says academic
Priest treated for shock following robbery
UK marine life under threat, report claims
UN reports fall in global asylum figures
West Belfast workspace project gets funding boost
Work begins on £84m cross border dual carriageway
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