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- Updates for Friday 15 April 2016
- More than £500,000 paid by PSNI to suspended civilian staff
- Police believe they have recovered weapon used in Dublin murder
- Use of food banks in NI is at all-time high, research says
- Picture: Early morning sun at Dollingstown, County Down (by Dale McCrory)
Katie Taylor says she is relieved that she will have another chance to qualify for the Rio Olympics at the World Championships in two months. She was beaten on a unanimous decision by Azerbaijan's Yana Alekseevna in the semi-finals of the Olympic qualifying tournament in Samsun.
It's the first time the lightweight champion has been beaten since 2011.
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Cairnshill Methodist Church, off the Saintfield Road in Castlereagh, was broken into and damaged in an arson attack in south Belfast on Thursday night.Copyright: BBC
A number of separate blazes were started and damage was caused to the interior of the building.
The Manchester City midfielder undertakes a slang match against Northern Irish presenter Nicola McCarthy. The duo attempt to understand each others home dialect. You can decide who comes out as the champion.Copyright: Youtube / Manchester City FC
If you missed last night's special hour long edition of The View, broadcast live from Castledawson, you can watch it back on the BBC iPlayer.
Police have confirmed that a body which was found on the Bravallan Road, Ballymoney, on Thursday is that of 66-year-old Norman Galbraith. Mr Galbraith went missing at the end of July last year.Copyright: PSNI
A witness at the inquest into the death of 11-year-old Francis Rwontree in 1972 says soldiers looked at him after he had been shot but did not offer any first aid. Bernadette Connolly was about to celebrate her 14th birthday at the time Francis was shot.Copyright: Coroners Office
Francis Rowntree suffered serious head and brain injuries having been struck above the left ear. He died two days later in the Royal Victoria Hospital.
Belfast Crown Court has been told the circumstances of a case in which a mother of two killed her baby. The woman, who was suffering from psychotic episodes , telephoned 999 on the morning of 9 April 2014 to say that she had killed her baby.Copyright: BBC
The child was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital by the emergency services. It died four weeks later. The woman will be sentenced at a later date.
Ulster Bank is shedding around 50 jobs among its branch staff in what it describes as "efforts to build a strong and sustainable" business.
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Campaigners for same sex marriage have urged candidates in the Assembly election to back them and introduce legislation. The Love Equality campaign is supported by lesbian and gay organisations, as well as trade unions, student activists and Amnesty International.Copyright: BBC
Northern Ireland is currently the only part of the UK where gay marriage is not legal. Last year, for the first time, a majority of MLAs voted in favour of same-sex marriage. The motion was blocked due to a petition of concern which was lodged by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
Connacht and Munster have both made three personnel changes to their teams for Saturday's interprovincial Pro12 clash in Galway.