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Summary

  1. Updates for Tuesday 23 February 2016
  2. Man speaks out as 'torturers' are jailed
  3. PSNI interviews give insight into child killer
  4. 'High injury rate' in schoolboy rugby
  5. Image: Giant's Causeway at sunrise (by Chris Ibbotson)

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By Ciaran McCauley and Fiona Murray

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  1. Good night

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

  2. Spotlight on journalism on the big screen

    BBC Northern Ireland's Spotlight reporter Declan Lawn writes about Spotlight the movie and how it compares to doing the job for real.

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  3. Woman and three children taken to hospital

    A woman and three children aged under 10 have been treated in hospital for the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.

    Fire and recsue service

    Firefighters were called to a chimney fire on the Bushmills Road in Coleraine and carbon monoxide was detected at the house, but no-one there was suffering from its effects. However, the woman and children next door all had symptoms. They have all since been discharged from hospital.

  4. Suspicious approaches to young girls in Bangor

    Police are investigating three suspicious approaches to young girls by a man in the Kilcooley area of Bangor on Sunday and yesterday evening.

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    Two of the girls were aged nine and the other two were seven and eight. None of them were physically assaulted but the man did expose himself on at least one occastion.

  5. Greggs plan to open up to 50 stores in Northern Ireland

    John Campbell

    BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor

    The baked goods chain Greggs has confirmed it is planning to open as many as 50 branches across Northern Ireland.

    Greggs

    The details are contained in a planning application for what it describes as a "flagship" store on Donegall Square in Belfast city centre. The company plans to take a unit which is currently occupied by a home furnishing store. The application states the firm has a "vision" to roll out up to 50 stores.