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- Picture: Port Moon along the Causeway Coast (by Glenn Miles)
The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union is in Dublin for meetings with senior Irish ministers and officials.Copyright: BBC
David Davis is currently having talks with the Republic of Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, and the Tanaiste (deputy prime minister) and Justice minister, Frances Fitzgerald, on Brexit.
Cannabis with an estimated street value of £190,000 has been seized by police in south Belfast.Copyright: PSNI
A 39-year-old man was arrested during the operation today in which two houses were also searched.
A 14-year-old girl from Northern Ireland is suing Facebook after a naked photograph of her was posted on the site.Copyright: AFP
Lawyers for the child claim the picture was blackmailed from her and repeatedly published online as a form of revenge. The girl is taking legal action against Facebook and the man who posted the photo.
When the show came off air at 14:00 William and the rest of the team posed with their 30th birthday cake before bringing it up to the newsroom to share with colleagues. Here's to another 30 years of Talkback!Copyright: BBC
A south Belfast mother who fractured three of her baby son's ribs has been given a 15 month sentence, half of which will be spent in jail and the remainder on supervised licensed parole.Copyright: BBC
The woman, 35, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted causing grievous bodily harm to her four-week old baby in August 2014. The baby has since been taken into care.
Eleven former board members of the NI Events Company are facing a legal bid to have them banned from acting as company directors.Copyright: BBC
Disqualification proceedings issued by the Department for the Economy over the directors' roles began today and follow critical reports into the oversight and running of the body which folded in 2007.
Timothy Spall is from London, Colm Meaney from Dublin. Stars of TV and cinema, the pair are no slouches when it comes to acting but they both faced a challenge in their latest outing - taking on two totems of Northern Ireland politics, Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness.
They spoke to BBC Newsline's Mark Simpson about the filming of The Journey and their preparation for the roles.
First Minister Arlene Foster has rejected a call by Martin McGuinness for a cross-border Nama inquiry saying it was "not appropriate".Copyright: Press Eye
Mr McGuinness said he supported such an inquiry following new revelations about Nama's role in Northern Ireland's biggest ever property deal.
More than half of people in Northern Ireland don't want the government to call a border poll, according to a new survey carried out for the BBC's political programme, The View.Copyright: BBC
After the Brexit referendum vote, Sinn Féin called on the secretary of state to hold a border poll to determine whether Northern Ireland should stay in the UK or join the Republic of Ireland. Full results of the survey will be revealed on tonight's edition of The View on BBC One at 22:45.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness has supported a call for an all-Ireland inquiry into the Irish National Assets Management Agency (Nama).Copyright: BBC
It follows revelations that ex-Nama adviser Frank Cushnahan was taped accepting a £40,000 cash payment from a Nama borrower.
There was a standing ovation in Venice at the world premiere of the new film about Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness but tougher audiences lie ahead.Copyright: BBC
Despite its premiere's standing ovation, the jury's still out on The Journey, reports BBC Newsline's Mark Simpson from Venice.