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- Updates for Tuesday 12 April 2016
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Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has called for "an army of volunteer Book Buddies" to help schoolchildren improve their reading skills.Copyright: BBC
He said the "costs are minimal" and it would help eradicate poor literacy in schools. Mr Nesbitt said he wants the Department of Education to adopt the idea as a formal strategy.
It was question time for First Minister Arlene Foster when she met Primary Seven pupils in a school visit today, but the DUP manifesto wasn't what they wanted to ask her about.Copyright: Arlene Foster/Twitter
A security guard has been injured during a protest by students and staff over cutbacks at Queen's University, Belfast.Copyright: BBC
The injured man was taken to hospital but has now been discharged. A students' union spokesperson said they were protesting about what they describe as damaging and unnecessary course closures and job losses at the university.
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood's decision to publish his tax returns has saved him more than £700.
That's how much the 32-year-old overpaid the Student Loans Company to cover money which he had borrowed 16 years ago. He only discovered the mistake when he put his tax details in the public domain this week and said he will put the refund towards his election expenses.
Northern Ireland's deputy first minister followed the lead of other high-profile politicians in releasing his tax documents, following the Panama Papers controversy.
A woman escaped from this house fire in Larne, County Antrim, overnight but the property has been gutted by the blaze.Copyright: Pacemaker
Twenty-seven firefighters were involved in the operation on the A2 Coast Road, where two oil tanks caught fire. The woman was alerted by a neighbour and was treated at the scene by medics.
A farmer who was the subject of the biggest ever herd seizure in Northern Ireland has been given a suspended sentence for animal cruelty charges.Copyright: BBC
Inspectors found dead and dying cattle in sheds on James Steele's farm, and animals with no access to water. The judge told the 46-year-old, from Gobrana Road, Glenavy, he had been "shocked" by the condition of the livestock.