That's it for BBC News NI Live. We'll back tomorrow with more updates on news, sport, traffic and weather from 07:00. We'll leave you with Albert Boyle's picture of some hardy souls braving the rain to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
- Updates for Monday 4 July 2016
- USPCA sacks former chief Stephen Philpott
- Pay review for Maze prison site board
- SDLP's Durkan: SF and DUP cannot get best Brexit deal for NI
- Picture: Slieve Gullion, County Armagh (by James Carlisle)
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) has said it will be months before it can provide full staffing cover at the weekends.
It had 24 fewer staff than required on Saturday, and ambulances from the voluntary sector had to be drafted in to deal with less serious calls. John McPoland, from NIAS, says: "It's well documented that our frontline staff are unhappy."
Both the Wimbledon men's and ladies' finals are being shown on the big screen at Belfast City Hall this weekend.
The ladies singles final takes place on Saturday and the mens final on Sunday, both at 14:00. Admission to the city hall grounds is free and on a first-come-first-served basis.
Finance Minister MáirtínÓ Muilleoir says he will be meeting Chancellor George Osborne shortly and will urge him to "take his foot off the austerity pedal" for Northern Ireland.
"I am very much in favour of taking more fiscal powers from London," he added.
Earlier, Health Minister Michelle O'Neill and her Irish counterpart, Simon Harris, announced that the new all-island children's heart surgery network will benefit from £42m worth of investment.
Speaking in Dublin, the minister said the move would benefit everyone across the island.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers is backing Andrea Leadsom to be the next Conservative Party leader.
"Andrea is a woman of principle. Her message is fresh and optimistic; and it's backed up by a lifetime of business and political experience," Ms Villiers says.
Ulster Unionist MEP JIm Nicholson has said Nigel Farage's announcement that he is standing down as UKIP leader shows that the Leave campaign had no coherent plan for the future.
"He has been an MEP since 1999 and knowing him as I do and, given his love of the media spotlight, I very much doubt that this is the last we will see of Mr Farage," Mr Nicholson said.
Clones will be the venue of the Ulster SFC decider between Donegal and Tyrone, despite calls for it to be moved to Croke Park.
Several former players suggested that the Dublin venue would be better because of its higher capacity, but the Leinster finals are scheduled for that day.
Health Minister Michelle O'Neill and her counterpart in the Republic, Simon Harris, have committed to a £42m investment in the all-island Congenital Heart Disease Service.
"The joint investment, over the next five years, will help to realise our vision of a world-class all-island network service," Ms O'Neill said.
Former NI first minister Lord Trimble has backed Michael Gove to be the new Conservative leader and prime minister.
"The government's most important task will be negotiating a new relationship with our European allies and seeking opportunities worldwide. I've been involved in critical negotiations in the past, I know what it takes, and Michael Gove has it," he says.
BBC Sport NI
A defibrillator stolen from a garage in west Belfast has been recovered, police have said.
The device was taken some time between Sunday evening and 07:00 today from a Topaz garage on the Andersonstown Road.
Six-time champion jockey Kieren Fallon has retired from racing because of 'profound depression' according to the Irish Turf Club's chief medical officer.
Dr Adrian McGoldrick, speaking on Fallon's behalf, said the jockey had "lost the motivation" to keep riding.
Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster says an Irish government idea to create a new all-island forum to deal with Brexit issues "was not discussed" with her at the weekend.
The idea was put forward by Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Enda Kenny in a press statement on Monday.
Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Enda Kenny says a "10-point plan" has been agreed between the Irish government and NI Executive ministers on dealing with Brexit issues.
Mr Kenny, who hosted the North South Ministerial Council in Dublin Castle, said it was a "very constructive meeting".
UKIP in NI leader David McNarry has thanked Nigel Farage for his "total commitment to Northern Ireland", after the UKIP leader announced he was standing down.
"The country owes Nigel Farage deserved recognition for his unstinting contribution in securing the nation's support to leave the EU," Mr McNarry said.
The mother of murder victim Kyle Neill has said his daughter, Sophie, has "yet to face and try to understand that her 'Dada' has been taken from her".
"She has been robbed of his love and he will never see the milestones throughout her life," Drea Neill said. Wesley Harry Vance, 28, of Church Gate Studios, Comber, was today told he must serve at least 12 years for Mr Neill's murder.
A man who admitted murdering a former friend by stabbing him about 200 times must serve a minimum of 12 years of his life sentence, a crown court judge has ruled.
Wesley Harry Vance, 28, last month pleaded guilty to the murder of Kyle Neill whose body was found in the boot of a car in south Belfast in April last year.