Wow - what a result from the Northern Ireland team in Lyon. We're a bit exhausted after all that excitement. Back tomorrow at 07:00 with all your latest news, sport, weather and travel.
- Updates for Thursday 16 June 2016
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- Picture: Drum Manor Forest, Cookstown (by David Brownlow)
After a grey, damp and miserable day - here's the good news: The rain is on its way out. Here's the latest forecast.Copyright: BBC
Quinn Roux will make his Ireland debut as one of five changes for Saturday's second Test against South Africa.Copyright: Inpho
Pretoria-born Roux joins Craig Gilroy, Stuart Olding, Tadhg Furlong and Rhys Ruddock are in Joe Schmidt's side for the match in Johannesburg.
A man who was left critically ill after being struck by lightning in County Antrim has "has fought hard and continues to fight", his wife has said.Copyright: Pacemaker
George Allen, 36, was hit as he picked his son and daughter up from school in Lisburn last week.
BBC NI Dublin correspondent
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood said the merger of Desertmartin and Knocknagin Primary Schools offered the opportunity to "re-imagine integrated education" and demonstrated the "positive role that faith schools have to play in bringing people together".Copyright: BBC
The two small County Londonderry primary schools are set to make history by becoming the first jointly-run church school in Northern Ireland.
A new acting principal has been appointed at De La Salle College in West Belfast, which has seen a number of industrial disputes this year.Copyright: BBC
Marian O’Neill, who was a vice-principal at the school, has taken over until further notice.
Want to keep up to date with all the latest in the US Open? There's a dedicated live page running so you can do just that.Copyright: Getty Images
A controversial drilling operation at Woodburn Forest, County Antrim, has finished, apparently without hitting oil.Copyright: BBC
The oil company, Infrastrata, announced the news on its website today. It said the well would now be plugged and abandoned.
BBC Radio Foyle
With the EU referendum just a week away, and the two sides pulling out all the stops to sway the voters, BBC Radio Foyle will be having a Breakfast Show special right on the County Donegal border, where there was once a permanent Army checkpoint.Copyright: BBC
It’s only a stone's throw separating the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. But could things change in seven days' time? And what will Brexit mean for you? Tune in tomorrow between 07:00 and 09:00.
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