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Stephen Nolan's no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day: an unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment. From BBC Radio Ulster

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Stormont back Covid passports in Northern Ireland as infection rates rise


Ministers voted in favour of Covid vaccine passports being introduced in December.


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Health Minister says "now is the time" for a phased introduction of Covid-19 passport scheme


His proposal comes two weeks after social distancing rules were eased.


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Health service on the edge as ambulances are diverted from Craigavon Area Hospital


Ambulances are being diverted, except in cases of immediate life-threatening situations.


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Infrastructure Minister open to Belfast congestion charge discussion as way to cut emissions


Would you be happy to see a charge or would it be unfair on car owners?


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Gas prices rise by a further 38% - what help will there be for those affected?


Gas customers in some parts of Northern Ireland are set to feel financial squeeze.


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Should all health staff in NI be required to take a Covid vaccine?


Health Minister has announced public consultation around introducing mandatory vaccines.


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SDLP drop any reference to women or girls in their period poverty bill.


SDLP told the Nolan Show they don't want to debate gender definitions.


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Tensions mount over the NI protocol as PUP pull support for Good Friday Agreement


What now for peace and stability in Northern Ireland?


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Survey suggests Protocol isn't a top priority for most people in NI - including unionists


It also shows majority of those surveyed would support remaining in the UK.


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