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- Updates for Wednesday 14 September 2016
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- Picture: Brantry Lough, County Tyrone (by Richard Moore)
Staff at the Belfast offices of American contractor Concentrix discovered the firm was being dropped by the government via social media, an MP has claimed.Copyright: Joseph Mischyshyn/Geograph
The company, brought in to cut fraud and error in the benefit system, will not have its contract renewed by HMRC following complaints that it wrongly cut payments to hundreds of claimants.
Three young brothers were so neglected by their parents that their overgrown toe-nails curled around their toes, the High Court in Belfast has heard.Copyright: BBC
The boys, aged seven, nine and 10, lived in filthy homes covered in dog faeces, and two of them were sent to school in nappies, the judge said. He dismissed an appeal by the boys' mother against the decision to take the three of them into care.
The Secretary of State James Brokenshire tells the NI Affairs Committee at Westminster that frozen Libyan assets cannot be withheld by the UK government.
Victims of IRA attacks made possible by the provision of weapons by Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi have called on the British government to help secure compensation from the frozen bank accounts of the deceased former leader.
A strike by French air traffic controllers, which begins at 19:00 tonight and will last until 06:00 on Friday, is expected to lead to flight delays and disruptions.Copyright: BBC
Travellers are encouraged to check their travel itinerary and the status of their flight before departure. Aer Lingus say 10 flights have been cancelled while Ryanair has also cancelled flights tonight and tomorrow.
Details of a multi-million pound funding package from Stormont to support City of Derry airport are expected in the "coming days".Copyright: City of Derry Airport
John Kelpie, Chief Executive of Derry and Strabane District Council, told BBC Radio Foyle that discussions on the funds are at an "advanced stage".
The former chief executive of the USPCA, Stephen Philpott, who was arrested this morning by police investigating an allegation of fraud at the animal charity, has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.Copyright: BBC
A 52-year old woman who was also arrested in Newry this morning has also been released on police bail.
Ballymena teenager Katie Morrow remains on course for a Paralympics medal after helping Great Britain reach the women's wheelchair basketball team semi-finals.