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- Updates for Tuesday 16 February 2016
- Watchdog concern over MLAs' expenses
- 'Generation rent' not buying NI homes
- Council decides on 1,000 student homes
- Image: Belfast skyline (by Mel Boyle)
Belfast City Council's planning committee has deferred making a decision on a proposal for student accommodation on the city's Dublin Road.
Police investigating the murder of missing County Down woman Lisa Dorrian continued their search today on land outside Comber.Copyright: PacemakerCopyright: Pacemaker
Ms Dorrian, 25, was last seen at a party at a caravan site in Ballyhalbert on 28 February 2005.
Ulster centre Stuart Olding has signed a contract extension which will keep him at the Kingspan Stadium until the end of the 2018/19 season.Copyright: Press Eye
The coroner is holding a closed session with the PSNI legal team to consider their application to withhold information in the Arlene Arkinson inquiry.Copyright: BBC
Brian Sherrard said there was a "very significant risk to the administration of justice if anyone else observes this process".
A patient at Craigavon Area Hospital has been covered in sewage after there was a leak from a pipe in the ceiling above a bedroom in their ward.Copyright: BBC
The patient was moved to another room following the leak.
Belfast advertising agency AV Browne has ended its legal action over being ruled out of contention for a £14m contract with Tourism NI.Copyright: BBC
It was confirmed at the High Court in Belfast today that the challenge would not continue.