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Monday, 8 July, 2002, 21:38 GMT 22:38 UK
NORTHERN IRELAND


Contentious marches get go-ahead
Two contentious parades by Northern Ireland's Protestant Orange Order are given the go-ahead while another is banned.
Man and child injured in shooting
A man and a 14-year-old boy are injured in a shooting incident in Newry, County Down.
Child dies in farm accident
A six-year-old girl is killed and two other children injured in a farm accident in County Londonderry.
Three charged over Drumcree violence
Three men appear in court charged with public order offences after violence which followed the Orange Order's Drumcree parade.
Gang shoots man in leg
A 41-year-old man is treated in hospital after being shot in the leg in north Belfast.
Illegal fuel plant seized
The discovery of a diesel laundering plant in County Down is a major blow to the illegal fuel trade, say customs officers.
Drumcree violence 'unacceptable'
Violent clashes at Drumcree are condemned by the Prime Minister Tony Blair as the "loutish behaviour of a small minority".
Legal move over plastic bullets
The first stage of a legal action against the police over the use of plastic bullets is made in the High Court in Belfast.
Children escape injury in shooting
A number of people, including a nine-month-old baby, escape injury in a drive-by shooting in south Belfast.
Petrol bombs thrown during attack
Several petrol bombs are thrown at an unoccupied house in east Belfast and more are discovered primed and ready for use in County Antrim.
Hit-and-run victims still being treated
Two men are still in hospital after separate hit-and-run incidents in Belfast at the weekend.
Irish snacks group shelves listing plans
Ireland's Cantrell & Cochrane, owner of Ballygowan mineral water, becomes the latest firm to call off its stock market debut.
Dreaming of the chequered flag
BBC News Online's Jon O'Rourke gets a chance to emulate his motor racing heroes at the Brands Hatch racing circuit in Kent, England.
DRUMCREE 2002
Head to head: Violence at Drumcree
A senior police officer, a member of the Orange Order and a nationalist politician give their views on the violence which followed this year's controversial Drumcree parade.
Troubled start to marching season
After the violence at Drumcree, the BBC's Kevin Connolly looks ahead at what's in store for the rest of the marching season.
In pictures: Orange Order parade at Drumcree
In pictures: More than 20 police officers were hurt in fighting with loyalist protestors at the Drumcree parade in Northen Ireland.
Northern Ireland's marching season
BBC News Online looks at recent flashpoints in Northern Ireland's marching season.
A day to celebrate?
The BBC's Ireland Correspondent, Denis Murray, explains why the marching season provokes such antagonism between Northern Ireland's divided communities.
Drumcree: Marching into the past
BBC NI reporter Mervyn Jess explains the history to the Drumcree parade in Portadown.
NEWSPAPERS
What the papers say
A round-up of what is making the news in Monday's morning newspapers.
NI's TOP SPORT STORIES
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Irish boys create history
Ireland U18 hockey boys defeat Beglium 4-1 to take the gold medal in the European Youth Nations Cup in Holland.
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Elliott to join Tigers
Hull are poised to clinch the signing of Motherwell's N Ireland international striker Stuart Elliott.
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Ulster line-up Glasgow
Ulster will face Glasgow at Ravenhill in a pre-season friendly on 23 August.
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Armagh win Ulster final
The Orchard County defeat Donegal by four points at Clones to lift the Anglo-Celt trophy for the 10th time.
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NEWS IN BRIEF
Three in hospital after crash
Three people are taken to hospital after a car collides with an articulated lorry in County Down - plus other news in brief from Northern Ireland.
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