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- Updates for Tuesday 4 October 2016
- Picture: Sunrise in Newcastle, County Down (by Kathy Black)
A damaged cargo plane that was stuck on the runway at Belfast International Airport has been towed away.
The plane caused more than 12 hours of disruption after landing shortly before 06:00 BST with a damaged undercarriage.
An elderly woman has had jewellery stolen from her house in Larne this afternoon.
She was returning to her home in Greenland Gardens when she saw two men running away from the house. She discovered they had forced entry to her home.
The DUP's champagne reception at the Conservative Party conference proved to be so popular it attracted queues. Among the attendees were First Minister Arlene Foster, DUP MPs Nigel Dodds, Gavin Robinson, Ian Paisley and Sir Jeffrey Donaldson.
It is understood the event was not intended to have been billed as a champagne reception and Ms Foster said something had been "lost in translation". She said it was "all good PR".
A man accused of wielding a samurai sword during violence in north Belfast is no longer to be charged with two attempted murders. Police say they are not pursuing allegations that William John Paul tried to kill two men, due to their refusal to provide statements.
The 32-year-old is still accused over an attempt to hijack a taxi using a pizza cutter and then threatening to kill a father and daughter following suspected clashes at Woodvale Drive in January.
Belfast International Airport's operations director, Alan Whiteside, has described the area where a damaged cargo plane got stuck today as the "absolute worst possible place to stop." The plane was stranded at the intersection of the two runways, blocking both of them.
Mr Whiteside said the result was "quite a bit of havoc" which had a knock-on effect throughout the day.
The health minister Michelle O'Neill has said she regrets the delays in waiting times for non-urgent breast surgery. Responding to an urgent oral question in the Assembly she said that health and social care here needed to be radically transformed.
"Despite all the challenges we have, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer is better here than in England, Scotland and Wales," she added.
The Irish government is to set up an All-Island Civic Dialogue to examine the implications of Brexit. The first meeting is scheduled for November.
Invitations are to be sent to civic groups, trade unions, business groups and representatives of the main political parties in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Police have seized two dogs and arrested two men following a search in East Belfast today. A 22-year-old was arrested on suspicion of obstructing police and a 23-year-old on suspicion of assault on police.
Both men have since been released following the issue of penalty notices of disorder, which bans them from keeping animals.
There's been a big rise in pollution on rivers monitored by the Loughs Agency.
So far this year there've been 150 incidents compared to 100 in the whole of 2015. In the worst incident this summer more than 1,000 fish were killed in the River Faughan by what's believed to have been silage effluent.
A lawyer has argued that Brexit would have "a catastrophic effect upon the peace process".
Ronan Lavery QC was presenting his legal and constitutional arguments against the withdrawal of Northern Ireland from the EU during a hearing at the High Court in Belfast today. He is representing the victims campaigner Raymond McCord.
John O'Dowd has said James Brokenshire needs to "wake up to the reality" that the majority of people here voted to remain in the EU.
The Sinn Féin MLA's comments came after the secretary of state told the Conservative Party conference he had no doubt Northern Ireland could be a success outside of the EU.
The trial of a man and woman accused of murdering County Armagh man Owen Creaney in 2014 has heard that bloodstains were found on clothing belonging to one of the accused - 29-year-old Stephen Thomas Hughes.
It's alleged that Mr Hughes and 25-year-old Shauneen Boyle were jointly responsible for Mr Creaney's murder. Both defendants deny the murder.
A Belfast man whose bail was once relaxed so he could attend a Madness concert has pleaded guilty to involvement in a paramilitary shooting nearly six years ago.
Patrick Joseph O'Neill, 41, admitted possessing a Glock pistol with intent and secondly to unlawfully and maliciously causing grievous bodily harm, both on November 15, 2010. He will be sentenced at a later date.
Craig Cathcart has joined Liam Boyce in being ruled out of Northern Ireland's upcoming World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Germany.
Watford defender Cathcart has been forced out by a groin injury and that has led manager Michael O'Neill to call up veteran Aaron Hughes.
There has been an armed robbery at a fast food outlet in Lurgan. Just before midnight last night a masked man demanded money from staff at the premises on the Gilpinstown Road.
He made off empty-handed. A 25 year old man has been arrested.
The SDLP Health spokesman Mark H Durkan MLA has tabled an urgent question to the health minister following revelations about cancer waiting list times in Northern Ireland.
"The figures are scandalous and completely unacceptable," said Mr Durkan.
Ten flights have been cancelled following the significant disruption at Belfast International Airport after a freight plane got stuck on the runway. Five of the affected planes were outgoing and five were incoming from Bristol, Liverpool, Luton, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Planes are taking off and landing on a delay. The airport says it hopes to remove the freight plane this afternoon.
Among the passengers affected by the disruption at Belfast International Airport today were June Stobey from Newtownabbey and her son Andrew, who had planned a trip to Glasgow as a "birthday treat" for him.
"We were travelling Tuesday morning and coming back on Wednesday afternoon but our flight has been cancelled until 5.45pm tonight," she said. "He was looking forward to it, but he's not willing to move from here until we get on the plane."
Belfast International Airport's Graham Keddie says emergency services are around a stranded cargo aircraft that has caused disruption at the airport.
"We're trying to unload the cargo now so we can move the aircraft, but that's just going to take time," he said.