That's all from the BBC News NI live page for today - and for this week. We'll be back bright and early at 07:00 on Monday morning. Until then, have a great weekend!
- Updates for Friday 14 October 2016
- Northern Ireland's justice minister says legislation to tackle psychological and emotional abuse will be in place within a year
- Negotiations are continuing to try to resolve dispute between NI retailers and multinational goods manufacturer Unilever
- Picture: Portrush Harbour (by Gail Simpson)
The man leading the investigation into the activities of the Army's alleged top agent in the IRA, Stakeknife, says he believes it "will result in prosecutions."
Jon Boutcher, the Chief Constable of Bedfordshire, was appointed to lead the investigation, in June. Stakeknife, named by the media as Belfast man Freddie Scappaticci, is alleged to have been involved in more than 50 murders. He denies the claims.
The head of a Belfast business centre has issued a warning to other businesses after being "held to ransom" by cyber criminals.
Business ground to a halt during the hack at the Townsend Business Centre earlier this month. Locked computer screens displayed a message demanding three 'bitcoins' in return for the safety of some files.
UTV has confirmed that it is moving from Havelock House in Belfast.
Head of News and Programmes, Terry Brennan, said the move is "part of a significant investment in UTV regional news." The company will move to "new state of the art premises" in Belfast in 2018.
A hit and run collision on the Westlink is causing rush hour delays in Belfast.
Police have released a picture of a man they want to identify after a serious assault in which another man had a glass bottle broken over his head.
The incident happened on Thursday 9 June near the Lagan Weir Bridge in Belfast at around 23:45 (BST)
Irish cricket has received a major boost with the ICC's decision to grant the Inter-Provincial Championship first-class status.
Matches in the Twenty20 and 50-over formats in the competition will also be elevated to List A status. It is the first time a domestic competition has been given first-class status outside a Test-playing country.
Ulster Bank says it's aware that some of its customers are experiencing issues using their debit cards. RBS and Natwest customers are also facing problems, with some unable to make transactions.
An Ulster Bank spokesperson said: "We are working on resolving this issue and apologise for any inconvenience."
Police say the woman who died after the car she was travelling in crashed in County Londonderry, was 23 year old Caoimhe O'Brien from County Tyrone.
The incident happened on the A5 Victoria Road between Derry and Strabane on Thursday night.
Belfast's historic St George's market has added another accolade to its name. The Observer Food Monthly Awards have named it 'Best Market' in the UK.
The Lord Mayor of Belfast, Alderman Brian Kingston, said: "This is another terrific and well-deserved award for one of the jewels in Belfast's crown."
Two brothers have been given a six year jail sentence for a drug and alcohol fuelled spate of violence in Londonderry nearly two years ago.
Michael Carlin, 25, and his 20-year-old brother Andrew, from Deramore Drive in the city, pleaded guilty to 31 offences. They included threatening members of the public with a machete, an imitation firearm and hijacking.
Irish surfing is about to turn 50 and this weekend some veteran surfers are marking the occasion in a special way.
The intrepid enthusiasts who first ventured out onto the wild Atlantic are set to gather in Rossnowlagh in County Donegal.
Derry City Football Club is to hold, what it is calling, "a public act of defiance" to show disapproval at attacks on visiting fans this season.
Dublin side, Bohemians, visit Brandywell Stadium on Friday night in the first home game since Dundalk supporters were attacked earlier this month.
Andrew Trimble, Luke Marshall, Stuart Olding and Ruan Pienaar all return to the Ulster back line for the European Champions Cup opener away to Bordeaux-Bègles this Sunday.
Trimble will captain the side from the right wing. The Ulster team have won eight of their last matches against French sides, including last year's home and Champions Cup wins over Toulouse.
Two houses have been damaged in an overnight fire in Downpatrick, County Down.
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) said a blaze at a house on Kingfield Avenue had spread to an adjoining property.
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