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BBC News NI looks at what might happen if no power-sharing agreement is reached at Stormont.

Europa League qualifier: Crusaders v FK Liepaja (Thu)

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Lough Neagh sand-dredging: Minister ‘wrong’

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Woman critical after Londonderry accident

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Champions League qualifier: Linfield’s only focus is La Fiorita – Healy

Linfield boss David Healy says he is only thinking of overcoming La Fiorita in the Champions League qualifier and not a possible second-round game against Celtic.

Caitríona Perry: Irish reporter’s unexpected encounter with Trump

Reporter Caitríona Perry has unexpected encounter with Donald Trump during Leo Varadkar phone call.

Newspaper review: Language politics grips headlines

The lack of progress at the Stormont talks once again dominates the Belfast dailies.

Belfast International flight delays ‘second to Gatwick’

Belfast International has some of the worst flight delays to popular destinations among UK airports.

Only story in town

The deal which brings a £1bn windfall for Northern Ireland dominates the papers.

Audit Office criticises special need pupil support

The education department is not providing effective support to 75,000 children with special education needs, says a new report.

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