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- Updates for Tuesday 12 July 2016
- Thousands prepare to take part in 12 July parades
- Crews fight fire near west Belfast bonfire site
- Spending on independent ambulances rises sharply
Six-year-old Mary Boyle went missing on 18 March 1977 while visiting her grandparents near Ballyshannon in County Donegal.
A dozen protesters held small demonstrations along the parade route in Ballycastle. The road was lined with Irish tricolous, éirígí flags and Palestinian flags. Police spoke to one protester following a small scuffle during the march.
The biggest day in the Orange Institution's calendar will see thousands of members and bands marching, with tens of thousands of people watching.
The largest of the 18 demonstrations is in County Armagh. Around 5,000 Orange men and women are taking part.
The Eleventh night. A council worker begins the clean-up operation after the bonfire at Coronation Park, Dundonald, on the outskirts of Belfast.
Runners Ciara Mageean, Kerry O'Flaherty, Paul Pollock and Kevin Seaward have been named on Ireland's Olympic athletics team.
The 17-strong team also includes north Belfast's Leitrim native, Breege Connolly, and Donegal athletes Mark English and Brendan Boyce.
Firefighters had to intervene at the bonfire at Cluan Place in east Belfast on Monday night.
They hosed down nearby properties to prevent them catching fire.