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- Record number of cruise ships set for Belfast
- Funeral for man found bound and stabbed
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A professor from Queen's University in Belfast as been appointed as an arbitrator to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland.Copyright: Martyn Boyd
Professor Jack Anderson is the first Northern Ireland-based appointee to the body which is effectively sport's international court.
The BBC has a new Facebook page dedicated to its footage and material from times gone by.Copyright: BBC
The BBC Archive is full of clips and pictures of iconic and historically significant moments and you can take a look at some of them here.
Chris Boucher and his daughter Lucy have an even more special bond after she became the world's first person to have a kidney tranplant with the help of a 3D printer.
The model helped surgeons establish how they would fit Chris's adult kidney into her small body.
Two men have been arrested after cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £90,000 were seized in the Crew Park Road area of Glenavy this morning.Copyright: BBC
Det Insp Keith Gawley said: "The suspects, aged 29 and 31, have been arrested on suspicion of a number of drugs offences and are currently in custody assisting police with their enquiries."
Sharon Massey, whose home caught fire when a hoverboard exploded last night, has told the BBC she was feeding her baby when she heard an "almighty bang".Copyright: BBC
The house on Ardgowan Street is now "totally ruined" according to community worker Maggie Hutton, and the family have had to leave the property.
A family from east Belfast say their hoverboard exploded while charging last night, causing significant damage to their home.Copyright: BBC
The fire and rescue service says it's treating the blaze in Ardgowan Street as accidental. The UK Trading Standards has previously warned that the devices pose a risk of overheating and exploding.
Police are treating a fire which caused extensive damage to a car in the Village area of south Belfast as a racially motivated hate crime.Copyright: Pacemaker
The car was set alight about 02:00 this morning in Ebor Street.
Ministers are often accused of waffling, but today Environment Minister Mark H Durkan fell victim to an open microphone.Copyright: Thinkstock
Sitting down after an assembly answer on the built heritage, he was overheard remarking to a colleague "that was pure waffle."Copyright: Twitter
Later on Twitter he said he was "frustrated" he couldn't give a more concise answer.