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Summary

  1. Updates for Monday 22 February 2016
  2. Four NI parties say how they will campaign on UK's membership of EU
  3. Pedestrian killed in road collision
  4. Man injured in hammer attack
  5. Image: Looking from Slieve Gullion towards Camlough, County Armagh (by James Carlisle)

Live Reporting

By Fiona Murray and Ciaran McCauley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    That's all from us on BBC News NI Live, we'll be back again tomorrow at 07:00 to bring you more of the latest news, sport, weather and travel.

  2. Sugar tax and smoking ban being debated at Stormont

    MLAs have started debating the consideration stage of the Health Miscellaneous Provisions Bill. 

    Sugar

    The SDLP have brought an amendment which would ban smoking in cars with children and Sinn Féin want to establish a 'sugar tax'. You can keep up to date with everything that goes on with our Stormont Live page.

  3. Cameron: 'I support Villiers' right to pick a side'

    Prime Minister David Cameron says Secretary of State Theresa Villiers is doing an "excellent job" and says he supports her right to reach a "personal decision" to campaign for Britain to leave the EU. 

    David Cameron

    The Prime Minister says everyone in Northern Ireland should make up their minds based on the evidence and he is looking forward to visiting during the campaign to help voters to do that.

  4. Durkan expresses shock at death of colleague

    SDLP MP Mark Durkan has expressed deep sadness at the death of party colleague Brendan O’Connor, who was knocked down and killed in the city on Sunday evening, the Londonderry Sentinel reports.

    Brendan O'Connor

    A 43-year-old man was arrested and questioned on suspicion of causing death by driving carelessly while unfit. He has been released on bail pending further inquiries.

  5. Arlene Arkinson: Kent officer threatened PSNI with ombudsman

    A Kent police officer threatened to report the PSNI to the Police Ombudsman, it has emerged during an inquest into Arlene Arkinson's murder.

    Arlene Arkinson

    Arlene, a 15-year-old from Castlederg, County Tyrone, vanished after a night at a disco in County Donegal in 1994. Her body has never been found.

  6. Homes evacuated as firefighters deal with gas leak

    Two homes have been evacuated and motorists are being asked to avoid the Ballyrashane Road area of Coleraine while firefighters deal with a gas leak.

    NIFRS vehicle

    A spokesperson for Fire and Rescue Service says four appliances and 11 firefighters are at the scene.

  7. Belfast security alert ends after pipe bomb is removed from area

    A security alert at Lepper Street in North Belfast has ended. Police say an object found in the area was a "crude but viable pipe bomb type device".

    PSNI logo

     It has been taken away for further examination and roads in the area have reopened.

  8. Carl Frampton has 'many flaws', says rival Scott Quigg

    BBC Sport NI

    Scott Quigg says he will capitalise on Carl Frampton's "many flaws" when they meet for the unified super-bantamweight world title in Manchester on Saturday.

    Carl Frampton