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  1. More updates from 07:00 on Tuesday
  2. Picture: Harvest season in County Down (by Neil R Finlay)

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  2. Belfast concert to recall radio's 'golden age'

  3. 'Extremely dangerous' mortar was found near homes

    The 'home made mortar' seized in Lurgan was found in a derelict house near people's homes, police have said. 

    Lurgan police operation

    The device consisted of Sextex,a detonator, makeshift casing and copper piping. Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr said: “We are relieved and delighted to have taken an extremely dangerous explosive device out of circulation."

  4. Winter vomiting bug affecting Royal Victoria Hospital wards

    An increase in winter vomiting bug cases in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital has led to restrictions in new patients being admitted to the affected wards.

    RVH

    In a statement, the Belfast Health Trust said: "Vomiting and diarrhoea, while contagious, normally passes within 48 hours."  It asked the public to adhere to its visiting policy and told them not to bring children into the wards.

  5. Police cordon at scene of Coleraine attack

    Detectives have carried out a forensic examination at the scene of a serious attack in Coleraine which left a man critically injured.

    Police at scene of Coleraine attack

    The victim, who is in his 50s, is being treated at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital.