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The father of a teenage boy who died after ingesting an illicit drug, believing it to be cocaine, has said that teenagers should forget about taking drugs and live instead.
A barrister for a friend of two rugby stars on trial for rape has begun to deliver his closing speech to Belfast Crown Court.
A High Court judge has made orders joining businessman Declan Ganley to Denis O’Brien’s action alleging defamation and conspiracy against Red Flag Consulting.
A gay priest prevented from working as a hospital chaplain after marrying his partner has lost an Appeal Court challenge over his discrimination claim.
Concerns have been expressed in the British Parliament over the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) "poaching" Northern Ireland-born players.
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CourtsHeathrowPlace: Northern IrelandPerson: IRELANDPerson: Declan GanleyPerson: Denis O’BrienPerson: Joan BaezEvent: April Fool’s DayOrganisation: Belfast Crown CourtOrganisation: Red Flag ConsultingOrganisation: Appeal CourtOrganisation: British ParliamentOrganisation: Football Association of Ireland (Organisation: FAI)