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- Updates for Monday 7 March 2016
- Group calling itself IRA says it was behind bomb attack on prison officer
- Five people are arrested after man's body found
- Forensic tests on 'terrorist' items found in country park
- Picture: Silent Valley, County Down - by David Brazier
Northern Ireland's politicians have been discussing the upcoming EU referendum at a meeting of the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.Copyright: BBC
The committee was hearing evidence about how a UK exit from the European Union could affect Northern Ireland.
In local football, David Jeffrey has been appointed as the new manager at Ballymena United in succession to Glenn Ferguson.Copyright: Press Eye
The former Linfield boss has agreed a three year contract
Detectives investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a stream in the Mourneview Street area of Portadown yesterday have been given an extra 36 hours to question three men who were arrested as part of the investigation.Copyright: BBC
Two women who were also arrested remain in custody. A post mortem examination will take place tomorrow.
The Prison Service director Sue McAllister has asked for an updated assessment of the current security threat to her staff in the wake of last week's bomb attack on a prison officer.Copyright: Pacemaker
The 52-year-old officer suffered serious injuries when a bomb exploded under his van on Friday morning.
More than 200 people are attending a hearing into plans to build a north-south electricity interconnector.Copyright: BBC
The plan is to connect the two grids using 138km of overhead lines between a new substation near Moy in County Tyrone and County Meath. EirGird, the company behind the proposal, said the interconnector is essential to secure a reliable supply into the future.
A loyalist flag protestor has failed in a bid to overturn his conviction for taking part in illegal public processions.Copyright: Pacemaker
Jamie Bryson, from Donaghadee in County Down, was given a six-month suspended prison sentence for taking part in unlawful public processions. Bryson argued that a requirement to prove he did not know the protests were illegal was wrongly placed upon him.
The First minister has called on the public to be vigilant following Friday's bomb attack on a prison officer in east Belfast and the discovery of an explosives haul believed to be linked to dissidents in Larne on Saturday.Copyright: BBC
A dissident group calling itself the IRA said it was responsible for the attempted murder of the prison officer.