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Chloe McGurk, 19 and from Glengormley, was one of three people stabbed in Manchester on Friday.
Jack Grange was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety after being excluded from school.
The play Sisterhood is visiting sites where an infamous 16th Century torturer plied his trade.
The Irish border was an issue on the 2016 referendum trail, but was everyone listening to the debate?
In the 1990s, reptiles appeared in a park during the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles craze.
People should be concerned about the potential loss of rights for women, Virginia Bras Gomes says.
What are the key questions facing Scotland's dominant political party ahead of its conference in Aberdeen?
A senior SNP MSP says the party could negotiate Scottish independence without another referendum being held.
If Donna Heuerman looks out of her window she sees rows of bricks left by her teenage son, Jonjo.
Kev used to sell his drawings on the streets of Birmingham until a customer offered him an alternative.
"It's just fantastic, it melts everybody's hearts when you see it."
The papers respond to Brussels agreeing to "intensify" negotiations with the UK ahead of 31 October.
Funding cuts threaten "vital" residential care at special schools, teachers and parents say.
Dr Balvinder Mehat circumcised a boy taken to him by a grandparent without his mother's consent.
The young actor winning critical acclaim and hoping to inspire teens to follow his lead.
The government's five-year plan will invest in institutions like York's National Railway Museum.
Gait speed in mid-life indicates how fast the brain and body are ageing, researchers found.
Mo Farah insists he is one of the world's "most tested athletes" as he faces questions after his former coach was banned.
The Royal National College for the Blind says special-needs funding cuts are threatening its future.
The County Donegal man is now in Northern Ireland after being arrested by Irish police on Friday.