It's time for us to sign off for the weekend. We'll be back on Monday at 07:00. Until then we want to say bon chance to the Republic of Ireland as they take on Belgium tomorrow and enjoy your weekend whatever you are up to!
- Updates for Friday 17 June 2016
- Northern Ireland earn their first major tournament win for 34 years by beating Ukraine 2-0 at Euro 2016
- Tragedy amid the triumph - an NI supporter dies watching his team play at the Stade de Lyon
- Local politicians pay tribute to Labour MP Jo Cox who died after being shot and stabbed in her constituency
- Picture: Dundrum Castle, County Down (by James Carlisle)
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Northern Ireland midfielder Chris Brunt shares a behind-the-scenes look at the Northern Ireland team's time at the Euros so far. He's in France as a pundit for BBC Sport. after missing out on a place on the squad because of injury.
A woman has been charged over a fraud at a County Tyrone manufacturing company that is understood to run into the millions of pounds.
She was arrested in Fivemiletown last month after the firm told police it had concerns about its accounts.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has offered his condolences to the family of Robert Rainey, who passed away suddenly at last night's game between Northern Ireland and Ukraine.
He said: "The thoughts of all the players and the backroom staff are with Robert's family and friends at this time." The Irish FA will request that Northern Ireland players wear black armbands for their game against Germany in Paris on Tuesday night.
Italy are through to the last-16 of the European Championships after beating Sweden 1-0 in Group E - and that now puts the spotlight right back on the Republic of Ireland ahead of their game against Belgium tomorrow afternoon.
A win for the Republic tomorrow will almost certainly put them in the next round.
A lorry carrying cigarettes was robbed on North Queen Street in Belfast this morning, shortly before 09:00.
The suspect, who was armed with a knife, was described as 5' 9" to 5' 10" tall, aged in his early 30s, of stocky build and a round, with a tanned face and a Belfast accent. He was wearing a black baseball cap, a dark zip-up top and grey tracksuit bottoms.
BBC Sport NI
Ireland have the first of two chances to earn an historic series win in South Africa when they face the Springboks in Saturday's second Test in Johannesburg.
The 14-man Irish clinched a shock 26-20 win in Cape Town last weekend, but are anticipating a backlash from Allister Coetzee's side.
Police investigating the murder of County Tyrone man Michael Barr, who was shot dead in Dublin two months ago, have arrested a man.
Mr Barr, originally from Strabane, was killed in Sunset House pub in the north inner city on 25 April.
BBC Sport NI
Bad news Republic of Ireland fans...
Two pipe bombs have been recovered in the Highmoor Road area of Londonderry following a police operation yesterday.
Chief Insp Gordon McCalmont said: "One line of enquiry is that these devices are connected to violent dissident republican terrorism."
The sister of Alun Evans says he will get the help he needs now that he has been sentenced to five years in prison for killing their mother, Maragret Evans.
Samantha Scott described her mum as the "most amazing, wonderful woman".
A Northern Ireland councillor has said she was "shocked and saddened" over a delay in sending a letter of condolence to victims of the Orlando massacre.
Josephine Deehan walked out of a meeting of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in protest at the delay according to the Impartial Reporter. 49 people were killed in a mass shooting at a gay nightclub on Sunday.
After Northern Ireland's heroics yesterday, tomorrow it's the turn of the Republic of Ireland - here's how things are shaping up for the big game.
Even the Celtic sea god at Binevenagh Mountain in Co Londonderry is celebrating Northern Ireland's historic win!
A leading Orangeman says the Order's rejection of plans to reform parading in 2010 was an "own goal".
Darryl Hewitt, who's the Portadown district master, made the comments just weeks before the marching season reaches its peak on 12 July.
Marchers at a loyalist parade to mark the centenary of the Somme this weekend, will take part in a trench warfare re-enactment for use in a feature film.
The filming is to take place at Woodvale Park at the top of the Shankhill Road in Belfast. The area will double for the French countryside on the first day of the battle.
Members of the Filipino community in the north-west are holding a cultural event in Londonderry next month.
The Kabalikat Intercultural Day celebration will be held on 2 July, from 11:00 to 15:00 at the Holywell Diverse City Community Partnership building at Bishop Street.
It's fair to say he's proud as punch! The father of Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill says his son's decision to change the team's line up against Ukraine was "brilliant".
Des O'Neill told the BBC's Talkback programme that the last five minutes of the match in Lyon "felt like five hours" as he cheered on the team to their 2-0 victory.
A County Down woman who started a fire which led to the death of her elderly neighbour at his home in Carryduff has been spared prison.
Karen Hasson, of Thorndale Park, was given a combined probation and community service order. But the family of the victim, 91-year-old Samuel Carson, say they're "disappointed" at the sentence handed down.
There's huge support for the Northern Ireland football team on home turf after their fantastic 2-0 victory over Ukraine ... including this effort from one local farmer. #GAWA