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  1. Updates for Wednesday 2 November 2016
  2. Picture: Ballintoy, County Antrim (by Mervyn Massey)

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  1. Good night

    That's all from us for today on BBC News NI Live. We'll be back bright and early at 07:00 tomorrow with more of your local news, sport, weather and travel. Have a lovely evening whatever you get up to.

  2. Fine for four flute players

    Four members of a flute band were each fined £250 today for knowingly breaching a ban on playing tunes outside a Catholic church in Belfast during a parade.

    Flute

    The Parades Commission had ruled that only a single drum beat could be played as Bangor Protestant Boys passed St Patrick's Chapel on Donegall Street.

  3. Life on the Brexit border

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    Video caption: Chris Buckler reports on how Brexit might affect firms on both sides of the Irish border
  4. Assistant Chief Constable could be set to leave PSNI

    One of Northern Ireland's most senior police officers looks set to leave the PSNI for another job.

    Will Kerr

    Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr has been offered a senior role with the National Crime Agency, referred to as British equivalent of the FBI.

  5. Fresh searches for 'disappeared' Seamus Ruddy

    Investigators are planning fresh searches in France for Seamus Ruddy, Geoff Knupfer of the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims' Remains has said.

    Seamus Ruddy

    Speaking at the Walk of Silence by the families and supporters of the Disappeared at Stormont, he said: "There are four disappeared outstanding at the present time. We're pursuing lines of enquiry in all four of those."