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- Updates for Wednesday 26 October 2016
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- Picture: Castlewellan Forest, County Down (by Wilfred Swain)
BBC News NI Agriculture and Environment Correspondent
No minutes were kept of key meetings between government officials and regulators of a botched green energy scheme, the assembly has heard.
The Renewable Heat Incentive is likely to cost Northern Ireland taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds.
BBC Sport NI
Kenny Shiels, the manager of Derry City, has said comments he made about international football were after a scathing attack by Republic of Ireland international James McClean.
Shiels had said Republic of Ireland players were "England reserves" and Northern Ireland players were "England reserves' reserves". McClean, a former Derry City player, said the comments were "ridiculous" and that Shiels comments made him a "laughing stock".
BBC News NI
The chair of Stormont's education committee has said he is concerned about the Army being allowed access to an online database of school children's learning records.
The Department of Education is introducing a Personal Learning Record (PLR) for every pupil aged 14 and over. It said information would only be shared with the pupil's consent. Barry McElduff, from Sinn Féin, said the move would cause alarm among parents.
BBC Sport NI
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has named six uncapped players in the squad to play New Zealand on 5 November in Chicago.
Leinster's Joey Carbery, Luke McGrath, James Tracy and Garry Ringrose are joined by Munster's Billy Holland and John Ryan in the 34-man panel. Bordeaux out-half Ian Madigan has been left out.
BBC Sport NI
Ireland wing Keith Earls will miss next week's match against New Zealand after being suspended for two weeks for a red card while playing for Munster last weekend.
Earls was sent off for a dangerous tackle during the European Champions Cup game against Glasgow Warriors.
BBC NI Dublin correspondent
Enda Kenny says the Republic does not have an agreement with the government on how to control travel to the UK from Irish ports and airports.
The taoiseach was speaking in response to a question by Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams in the Dáil. "We don't have an agreement because we don't know what the British are looking for," said Mr Kenny.
The Bengoa Report and the health minister's 10-year plan to overhaul the health service generated plenty of news headlines yesterday - but what did the report actually contain?
The full report weighted in at a Tolstoy-esque 92 pages and was, to put mildly, a tough read for anyone not in the health profession. Luckily BBC News NI got a GP, Dr George O'Neill, to take us through the report's recommendations and what they actually mean.
Online bike retailer WiggleCRC says it is cutting 300 local jobs to concentrate its warehouse facilities in Wolverhampton.
The company was formed when Wiggle took over Doagh-based Chain Reaction Cycles earlier this year. 152 staff jobs and 161 agency roles are under threat.
Police investigating right-wing extremism have arrested four people in Ballymena and Coleraine.
The men, aged 29, 30, 36 and 46, were taken to Belfast for questioning. Police said the arrests were part of an investigation into people "who appear to have right-wing views about tensions in north eastern Europe".
A major fish kill in a County Down river happened because "inadequate" protection allowed chemicals to spill from a sewage treatment plant..
The chemical leaked from a cracked pipe at the Annsborough works. 1,600 fish were killed in the chemical spill.
A "pro-choice" ad used by Carphone Warehouse has angered both pro-choice and anti-abortion campaigners in the Republic.
The advert was used to sell mobile phones but uses images very similar to those used by pro-choice activists. It's been described as "very regrettable" and a "slap in the face".
The pair found guilty of the murder of Owen Creaney have received automatic life sentences but will find out on 18 November the minimum amount of time they must spend in prison before being considered for parole.
It took a jury just over five hours to find Shaunean Boyle, 25, and Stephen Hughes, 29, guilty of killing Mr Creaney and dumping his body in a bin.
Linfield recorded an easy 3-0 over rivals Cliftonville in the County Antrim Shield on Tuesday night and will now face either Ards, PSNI or Crusaders in the semi-final.
It was Ards who produced the shock of the night winning 2-1 against reigning shield holders Ballymena United. Elsewhere, Armagh City Glenavon, Loughgall and Warrenpoint Town won their Mid-Ulster Cup quarter-final ties and Institute beat Coleraine on penalties to win the North-dWest Cup.
A man who thought he'd get a "slap on the wrist" for bringing stun guns into the country has been jailed for five years.
Neil Dinsmore, who lives in Banbridge, was caught at Edinburgh Airport with five stun guns disguised as torches and five batons. He told the court he had bought them as gifts.
Two people accused of killing a Lurgan man and putting his remains in a bin have been found guilty of murder.
The online bike retailer, WiggleCRC, is planning to cut about 300 jobs in Northern Ireland. The company was formed when Wiggle took over Doagh-based Chain Reaction Cycles earlier this year.
BBC News NI's Julian O'Neill has a special report from Newry tonight on shoppers hopping across the border to save money.
Ulster face a crunch game against provincial rivals Munster this weekend - and coach Les Kiss says his side will have to be at their best.
Here's what's coming up on BBC Newsline shortly.
A man in his 30s has been stabbed in his back during an attack by a gang on a street in west Belfast.
It happened on Springfield Avenue shortly before 21:20 last night. Police say the man's injury is not thought to be life-threatening.
The McAvoy Group, which has manufacturing plants at Dungannon and Lisburn, is creating 38 new jobs as part of a £10m investment.
All of the jobs at the modular construction firm are in design, contract and cost management positions. Some 24 posts have already been filled.