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Twitch streamer Puppers, who lived with MND, dies aged 32

The gamer, known for playing Dead by Daylight, dies after being diagnosed with motor neuron disease.


Bristol-made BBC hot air balloon to fly again after restoration

A hot air balloon made famous by the BBC is to take to the skies again. The orange and red globe, made in Bristol by Cameron Balloons, featured on BBC One's idents for five years.


Northern Ireland potato crops being hit by changing weather

Baked, boiled, roasted or chipped, the humble spud is a dinner staple. But producers have warned that changing weather conditions are hitting growth. A dry February allowed farmers to plant their early crops but then the rain came. And now there…


Organ donation rules change in NI as Dáithí's Law takes effect

Most adults in Northern Ireland are now considered potential organ donors as Dáithí's Law has come into effect. The legislation is named after six-year-old Dáithí Mac Gabhann, who needs a heart transplant.


MasterChef: Banbridge cook serves up dippy eggs and soldiers

A MasterChef contestant who made it as far as the final four of the TV food show says she drew inspiration from her family's home cooking in Northern Ireland.


Menopause and periods guidance is a 'magnificent step forward'

New guidance to support women with periods or going through menopause has been described as a "magnificent step forward". The British Standards Institution (BSI) has published a workplace standard to tackle taboos and help employers keep talented…


UFOs: What we learned from Nasa's public meeting

A Nasa panel investigating unidentified flying objects has collected around 800 mysterious reports - but only a small fraction are truly unexplained, researchers say. The agency set up the panel last year to explain its work on what it calls…


Peas that don't taste like peas could help the planet

UK researchers are developing peas that don't taste like peas as an environmentally friendly alternative to soya.


Former Coventry Ikea to house cultural hub and art storage

A former furniture store is to be used to house national collections of artworks as well as becoming an arts venue, a council has said. The Ikea store in Coventry shut in 2020 and its leasehold was bought by the city council, which has revealed…


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