That's it from the BBC News NI Live for Wednesday 3 August. Join us tomorrow at 07:00 when we'll be bringing you the latest news, sport, travel and weather!
- Updates for Wednesday 3 August 2016
- Man dies after two-vehicle crash in Claudy
- More than 1,000 fish killed in County Londonderry river
- Transgender woman wants to rejoin Orange Order
- Picture: Ballywalter, County Down (by Morris Duncan)
Police are investigating an attack on an Orange Hall in Crumlin, County Antrim.
It's believed sectarian graffiti was spray painted onto the building on the Antrim Road some time between midnight and early this afternoon.
Police say that the target of a bomb found in Lisburn at the weekend was most likely a person, rather than a location.
It's believed the bomb may have fallen from a vehicle in the city centre on Saturday afternoon. A controlled explosion was carried out in Market Street to make the bomb safe.
A group of Asian tourists have been left shaken after their bus was attacked in west Belfast about an hour ago.
Stones were thrown at the bus. Coach driver Mark Coulter from McCombs Coach Travel told Radio Ulster's Evening Extra that they were shocked and wanted to go back to their hotel.
"I feel terrible for them, it is disgraceful for the country," he said.
Northern Ireland's justice minister has backed calls for an extension to an inquiry into controversial undercover police units working for Scotland Yard.
The Pitchford Inquiry is investigating allegations of misconduct by undercover officers in England and Wales.
Without a home to call their own for over a decade, the nomads of the Irish League thought they might just be seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
But it has all fallen through as the anticipated lease from the local borough council has not materialised.
As BBC NI Sport reports, they're not giving up!
Ireland's number one badminton player Chloe Magee is set to take part in her third Olympic Games in Rio.
The Donegal woman faced a long, hard road to qualify for the Games, competing in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
More than 1,000 fish have been killed over several kilmetres of the River Faughan near Claudy, the Department of Agriculture has confirmed.
In a statement, it said the cause of the fish kill is suspected to be silage effluent. Its officers are working to source the pollution.
Police have arrested a 32-year-old woman on suspicion of drugs related offences after an apartment at Custom House Square, Belfast, was searched yesterday.
Cannabis with an estimated value of £25,000 was seized. The woman was arrested at a separate address in north Belfast and has been released on bail.
East Londonderry MP Gregory Campbell has called for an urgent investigation into the fish kill on the River Faughan at Claudy. He called it "a pollution tragedy".
Sinn Féin MLA Caoimhe Archibald said penalties for polluting rivers were, at times, "not a sufficient deterrent".
David Healy says he has added more international experience to Linfield FC by signing midfielders Josh Carson and Stephen Fallon.
Former Ipswich Town and York City player Carson has won four senior caps for Northern Ireland, while Fallon has represented NI at youth level.
Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan has launched a smartphone app for Irish fans travelling to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic and Paralympic games.
The App, called 'TravelWise, will provide users with up-to-date security and health updates.
Health Minister Michelle O'Neill says there are around 95 new diagnoses of HIV in Northern Ireland every year and she fully understands the desire to make the drug Prep more widely available.
"Any decision on the provision of Prep in the north of Ireland will be based on the best available clinical evidence to achieve optimal public health outcomes within the resources available," she said.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested in Portstewart on suspicion of conspiracy to supply a class A drug.
It follows the seizure of cocaine at Nutts Corner last November and in Belfast in February. The man was arrested at Milrush Drive this morning.
Four people from Ireland are believed to be among 300 caught up in the Emirates airline flight from India which crash-landed at Dubai International Airport.
Images posted online show thick black smoke coming from the plane, with no landing gear visible.The Dubai government media office said all passengers had been evacuated safely.
A 29-year-old man has been banned from driving for six months after breaking the speed limit by seven mph.
Eugene Gerard McErlean of Mullaghnamoyagh Road was driving at 37mph on Main Street in Dessertmartin, last October. He failed to appear at Magherafelt Magistrates Court on two occasions.
Police in Lurgan have arrested 58 people in relation to dissident activity over the course of three days during the Easter period. According to their facebook page, which refers to those involved as 'Dissident Dan', the total number of arrests will increase as investigations continue.
Chief Inspector Burrows said "Any incidents which are shrouded in hatred, intimidation, paramilitarism, or large scale or organised violence will be dealt with robustly."
A pollution spill that killed more than 1,000 fish in County Londonderry has been described as like "something out of a horror movie."
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency is investigating the cause of the pollution in the River Faughan.