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Wednesday 31 August 2005

Cardiff duo sent home following 'breach of discipline'
Clarke hits leadership campaign trail
Climate change to cause chaos in NI seas
Divorce rate ‘second highest since 1996’
First GP performance figures released
Five arrested in connection with counterfeit cigarettes
Lottery cash to fund 'Active Lifestyles'
Loyalists blamed for petrol bomb attack on school
One in ten children suffers mental disorder, study claims
PSNI failing to tackle loyalist violence claims Kelly
Second woman arrested in baby fire death case
Shipman ‘stolen jewellery’ investigation closes
Teachers’ working conditions set to change
Two court service officials face probe over trip
University builds technology links with India
US firm set to create 40 jobs on £1.8m investment in Belfast
US firm to establish £1.8m Belfast base
Westminster funeral for Lord Fitt

Tuesday 30 August 2005

Bannsiders gain further reprieve
BB's Makosi questioned by immigration
Cancer services spending reaches record levels
Catholic school targeted in petrol bomb attack
Consultation on violent internet porn launched
Emergency landing at Belfast City Airport
HSENI launch new information pack
Lisburn Historic Quarter to benefit from facelift
New paper aims to unite unionism
NIE launch wood pellet heating scheme
Owen agrees move to Newcastle
Police appeal for information in baby death arson attack
Review of sex offenders law pledged following Rory murder
Suicide rates rise follows end of 'Troubles'
Survey reveals widening gender gap in pay
Teenage boys charged with murdering woman

Monday 29 August 2005

Armed men rob Belfast department store
Blood test provides potential breakthrough in CJD testing
Countess of Wessex’s mother dies
Fair weather for Ballycastle
Gang attack man with baseball bats
Man questioned over Northampton rapes
Mandelson outlines proposals to break EU-China trade deadlock
Notting Hill Carnival parade to attract over a milion people
One person killed in road traffic collision
Petrol bomb thrown at house in north Belfast
Police appeal over missing teenager
Rory murder case: Man's body identified
Two arrested following serious assault
University team up with bank for student loans
Woman shot dead at christening party

Friday 26 August 2005

£15m fine over gas explosion that killed family
Care home fire treated as suspicious
Four juveniles arrested following disturbances
Gate Gourmet and union talks end in deal
Hospital bug cases on the increase
Linfield knocked out of Uefa Cup
Lord Fitt dies aged 79
Man charged with armed robbery
Mother admits concealing babies' remains
NHS waiting list drops to new low
Pedestrian hit by bus in city centre
Police officer's complaint rejected by IPCC
Search continues for missing boy
Study finds most Londoners 'coping well' after terrorist attacks
Tributes pour in for Lord Fitt
Two men appear in court charged with attempted murder

Thursday 25 August 2005

Adair refused bail in harassment case
British man killed in Jerusalem stabbing
Counterfeit note warning issued by police
EU experts to discuss Avian influenza measures
Famous jail opens its doors to public
FBU criticises ‘soaring costs’ of new fire centres
Holiday-makers urged to check facts on last minute sun deals
Lottery boost for NI community and voluntary groups
NI pupils continue to outperform UK peers
Police attacked in overnight disturbances
Police release images of rape suspects
Record rise in GCSE results
Shipman suicide ‘could not have been prevented’
Standing at work leads to health problems, TUC warns
Teenager arrested in council yard fire probe
Thousands attend Anthony Walker funeral
Three children splattered with paint during attack
Two girls seriously injured in road crash

Wednesday 24 August 2005

Basic bank accounts failing poorest people
Boots to provide free chlamydia screening
Castledawson firm breaks into US market
Cyclist reports seeing Rory outside school
Elderly man arrested in connection with playground shooting
Fermanagh police issue drink-driving warning
Former ‘Coronation Street’ star in court on rape charge
Four vehicles destroyed in council yard fire
Help The Aged hit out at gas price hike
Home of elderly couple targeted in paint attack
Home Secretary unveils ‘unacceptable behaviours’ measures
Jobs under threat at Shorts
Knife found close to scene of stabbing not murder weapon
Patients miss 10 million GP appointments
Rural campaigners call for clampdown on roadside billboards
TUC calls for end to Muslim poverty

Tuesday 23 August 2005

'Come dancing' at Queen's musical extravaganza
Asylum applications fall by 11%
BA ‘optimistic’ about Gate Gourmet deal
Coastguard hit out at flare hoax
Doctors issue warning over ad hoc screenings
Eighth suspect arrested over Anthony Walker murder
Extra protection for townscapes announced
Farmers convicted in separate sheep irregularities
Guinea pig farm closes following intimidation
Health and wealth do not reduce dementia risk, study warns
Higher value markets produce sustainable returns, says minister
Hundreds of jobs to go at Donegal plant
Rival factions clash in Belfast
Rory Blackhall died of suffocation, police reveal
Staff threatened with knife during robbery
Two arrested in connection with killing
Young people ‘worse off’ than parents

Monday 22 August 2005

‘Piano Man’ returns home to Germany
Belfast man killed in boating accident
BISYS To Establish 250 jobs in Waterford
Boy’s body found in woodland
Concerns rise over antidepressant suicide risk
Council vehicles damaged in fire
Couple escape injury in pipe bomb attack
Cypriot airliner depressurised and out of fuel
Firearms stolen in Dungiven
Gate Gourmet facing administration
Kennedy Nursing to host continuing development seminar
Menezes shooting – Brazilian delegates arrive in UK
NI has highest freezer contents says survey
Police revisit Sandy Row murder scene
Rival gangs clash in north and east Belfast
Rolls-Royce strike begins
School leavers 'lacking in three Rs,' report claims
Search on for Giant’s Causeway visitors’ centre designer
Survey reveals public support smoking ban

Friday 19 August 2005

‘Colombia Three’ released by Garda
Armed gang steal cash box during robbery
Chair appointed for ILEX urban regeneration company
Government launches offenders database
House damaged in pipe bomb attack
Irishman to fight extradition
Menezes family calls for Met police chief to resign
Minister publishes report of expert advisory group on workplace bullying
Mixed report for NI birds
Mo Mowlam dies aged 55
One in seven young drivers admit ‘drug-driving’
Prime Minister pays tribute to 'remarkable' Mo Mowlam
Queen’s hold philosophical film conference
SDLP delegation to discuss loyalist violence with Minister
Six-year-old girl survives 150ft cliff fall
Smoking ban ‘will widen health inequalities gap’, doctors claim
Three bailed in Northampton rape inquiry
Twelve-year-old charged with raping child

Thursday 18 August 2005

'Colombia Three' being questioned by Garda
80-year-olds fit for heart surgery
A-Level results show slight increase
Adair due in court over harrassment charge
BA launches investigation into Heathrow strike
Eminem pulls out of European tour, Slane 2005 cancelled
Enterprise Ireland reports on seed and venture capital investment
Firms face pressure on pensions
FSB hit out at retail plan deferment
Improved NI A-level exam performance
Irish man arrested in connection with army base bombing
Menezes shooting branded 'chaotic mess'
NI struggle in 1-1 Malta draw
Police search for van in Amelie murder hunt
Queen’s survey reveals teenage habits
Royal Mail unveils postal pricing changes
Troops remove Gaza demonstrators
Wembley stadium still on target, builders claim

Wednesday 17 August 2005

‘Gangsterism masquerading as loyalism’ says Hain
Camberwell cyclist stabbed to death
De Menezes documents leaked to ITV
Derry financial services firm to create 60 jobs
Driver care urged to protect road-workers
Funeral takes place of stabbed schoolboy
Government recommends care home changes
Government to recommend changes following home care report
Man stabbed while out walking his dog
NI unemployment falls to 5%
Sanchez confirms McCartney rumours
Suspected London bomber to be returned to UK
Teenager remanded in custody in connection with rape
Unemployment rises but Government upbeat
Walking to school encourages physical activity reports BMJ
Worker killed in Channel Tunnel Link fire

Tuesday 16 August 2005

‘Inadequate’ immigration centres criticised
C&W acquires Energis for £594m
CEM secures £5m departure lounge BAA Southampton
Council boost for local economic development projects
Fertility laws to be reviewed
Funeral of NI celebrity chef
Gaza settlers clash with troops over Israeli pullout
House targeted in sectarian paint bomb attack
Minister hits out at ‘callous and cold blooded’ murder
MPs support smoke-free law, survey claims
Painkiller warnings to be updated
Railway line closed as suspect device investigated
Rumours rife over McCartney – Sanchez fall out
Talks continue in Heathrow catering row
Talks in Heathrow catering row break down
Tankers to tackle water problem
Travel costs lead to inflation rise
Youth arrested in connection with rape

Monday 15 August 2005

'Star' Queen’s researcher awarded €1.2m funding
Alcohol-related deaths rise in UK
Arson attack on grocery store
Catering dispute talks as BA flights resume
Defensive headache for Sanchez ahead of Malta game
Duke of Edinburgh leads VJ Day commemorations
Flight recorders recovered from wreckage
Girl dies in collapsed beach sand
Government to crackdown on violent internet porn
Hoax pipe bomb attack on pub
Internet auctions provide boost to UK wealth
London bombings affect retail sales
Macquarie considers London Stock Exchange bid
Missing teenager reunited with family
Police renew north Belfast murder appeal
Post vans damaged in petrol bomb attack
Tyrone draw with Dublin at Croke
UVF linked to early morning fatal shooting

Friday 12 August 2005

£56bn clean-up bill for nuclear power
Bakri Mohammed barred from the UK
Blues earn 1-1 Uefa Cup draw
Flats damaged in overnight pipe bomb attacks
Four jailed over bank ‘card skimming’ fraud
Grouse hunting season could be ‘worst for decades’
Hain ‘horrified’ by teen stabbing
Hundreds of mourners attend Robin Cook’s funeral
Loyalists behind Lurgan shooting
Man arrested in connection with rape attack
Man released in Lisa Dorrian probe
McMenamin returns to face Dubs
Memorial service planned for July 7 victims
Mowlam still ‘critical’ is moved to hospice
Prison ship set to close
Security guard robbed outside bank
Talks to begin over Heathrow catering row
Yahoo forks out $1bn in Chinese e-deal

Thursday 11 August 2005

BA suspends check-ins as catering dispute escalates
Coleraine Football Club gains reprieve
East Dunbartonshire Council selects Lagan CRM solution
Government to map England’s noisiest roads
Health inequalities gap continues to widen
Hundreds attend vigil in support of rape victim
Industry experts called on to look at regulation
Israeli solider jailed for British activist’s death
Labour to hold memorial for Robin Cook
Man arrested in connection with Lisa Dorrien murder
Men steal cash from elderly woman
OFT announces review of debt collectors
One in 25 fathers ‘not baby’s dad’
Setback in bitterns’ recovery
Summer heat waves cause for concern say WWF
Ten foreign nationals detained in security crackdown
Three arrested following fatal stabbing
Titanic attraction looms large on Belfast horizon
Two climbers fail to return following blizzard
Web chatroom link in missing Coleraine girl case

Wednesday 10 August 2005

Allister calls on EU to pressurise Dublin over Colombia Three
Catholic church attack linked to republican parade
Company pension deficits remain ‘frustratingly high’
Dissident republicans blamed for 'crude' device
Judges warn licensing changes could increase violence
London bombings affect air traffic
Microsoft wins $7m spam fine case
NI’s first Minister for Children announced
Police chief warns of attacks on London's financial district
Rooker considers legislation to tackle nuisance hedges
Royal Navy weigh anchor in Carlingford Lough
Schoolboy fined over jet-ski death
Securicor guard robbed in Belfast
Student designs smart patient ID wristband
Study to examine hate crime
Water mains project starts in Londonderry

Tuesday 09 August 2005

Ballymoney Foods future more secure after UK sale
Businesses urged to reduce water use
Calls for rate cuts as High Street sales suffer
Discovery lands safely in California
Government considers secret anti-terror courts
Heart disease caused Robin Cook’s death
Historic pendant returned to Lord Mayor
Islamic cleric ‘will return’ to UK
Knowledge versus experience – What do employers really want?
New training programme for junior doctors launched
NI businesses experience high crime rate
Police issue separate missing person appeals
Police to investigate BBC callers' rape claims
Security guard threatened during robbery
Sinn Fein councillor targeted in petrol bomb attack
Task force launched to help disabled workers
Victim injured in overnight shooting
VJ Day commemorations to receive Lottery grants

Monday 08 August 2005

A&E departments warned on pain relief delays
Attorney General considers treason charges for extremist clerics
Discovery landing delayed by bad weather
End of roll for 35mm cameras at Dixons
Four London bomb suspects appear in court
Government considers ‘ethnic rebranding’
Man remanded over bus murder
Manufacturing confidence slides across UK
Minister seeks 'greater opportunities' for women in Irish Defence Forces
Neighbour saves man from house blaze
NICHSA offer medical grants for research projects
Pipe bomb attacks treated as 'attempted murder'
Robin Cook – post-mortem to take place
Russia pays tribute to British submarine rescue team
Task force formed to help people with disabilities find work
Teenage girl raped in 'horrendous' attack
Tourists touch down to International welcome
Unionists react angrily to 'Colombia Three' return
Weather aid package to compensate farmers
Youths go on rampage in Londonderry

Friday 05 August 2005

'Deficiencies' found in sunken vessel
Apprentice Boys march banned from Ardoyne
BA profits rise on improving outlook
Blair outlines plans to tackle extremists
Breast cancer HRT risk lower than thought
Calls for RIR widows fund review
Cash boost for communities to tackle gun crime
Concern as two breast clinics close
Forty officers hurt during trouble in north Belfast
Four released pending enquiries in GAA murder case
Housing market showing ‘modest improvement’
Man arrested over bus stabbing death
Minister announces Sandy Row progress
Multivitamins ‘don’t prevent infections in older people’
Nasa clear Discovery for landing
NHS IT system ‘at risk’
Three people due in court over Twelfth rioting
Two in court over Walker murder
Wide choice of courses at Belfast Institute

Thursday 04 August 2005

Al Qaeda 'threatens more UK attacks'
Bank of England cuts lending rate to 4.5%
BBC's 'Really Wild Show' set to visit Belfast
Five officers hurt in hit-and-run incident
Former NI secretary 'critically ill' in hospital
Government admits ‘overselling’ ID cards
International students welcomed to province
Minister finalises Belfast regeneration plans
MoD announces training agreement with Canadian forces
More support needed for disabled families
NHS waiting target ‘may be missed’
Plane makes emergency landing at Leeds Bradford
Politicians call for Hanson meeting over Coleraine plight
Security normalisation 'fully justified' says PM
Three questioned over Walker murder
Victims' and Survivors' Commissioner to be appointed
Which? issues warning over child safety gates

Wednesday 03 August 2005

‘Tough' trading conditions continue on High Streets
Australian woman cleared in bomb text case
Ballymena firm develop doorway to success
DUP express anger at RIR decision during Hain meeting
Edinburgh student admits assault on bridge fall victim
GB Sports Car Company to develop MG range
Jodi Jones murder – boyfriend launches appeal
Kilrea firm marks out road to success in China
London bomb victim compensation branded ‘a pittance’
Man 'lucky' to escape house blaze
Man arrested in connection with 1997 GAA murder
Mo Mowlam ‘critically ill’ in hospital
Mother makes appeal over Anthony murder
Passengers escape airliner inferno in Toronto
Police and fire crews stoned during disturbances
Shoppers spending more on alcohol and junk food
Teenager killed in holiday jet ski accident
Work begins on £5.5m Derry City healthcare centre
Zambia to deport British terror suspect

Tuesday 02 August 2005

‘No racial profiling’ says Blears
Bengal minister looks at Belfast regeneration projects
Bowel cancer home test kit scheme announced
British charities launch appeal for Niger
Cannabis offers hope to bowel disease sufferers
Compositions sought for world-renowned Derry Guitar Festival
Dallat hits at 'disgusting and cowardly' attack
DUP demand PM meeting over 'normalisation' plans
Fifth Briton confirmed dead in Egypt bombings
Filling station workers locked in garage during armed robbery
Footballer makes appeal to brother over Anthony murder
House targeted in petrol bomb attack
Human rights laws ‘failing to protect older people’
New appointments to Fisheries Conservancy Board
Patients need more than healthcare choice, says Which?
Unionists react with anger at axing of 'home' RIR

Monday 01 August 2005

Department consults on animal health and welfare strategy
Detectives investigate blast bomb attack
Government launches consultation on health research strategy
Government unveil two-year 'normalisation' plan
Link discovered between smoking and anti-social behaviour
London bomb suspect has ‘no links’ to terror groups
Loyalists behind weekend murder say police
Man beaten with wheel brace during attempted hijacking
Man dies after bus stabbing
New licensing laws to take effect from November
NI coastline information gets web makeover
Saudi King Fahd dies in hospital
Second teenager arrested over Walker murder
Street cleaners suffer physical and verbal abuse
Victim hospitalised in paramilitary style shooting
Woman and son escape injury in arson attack
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