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- Updates for Tuesday 8 November 2016
- Picture: Mountsandel Wood, County Londonderry (by Glenn Miles)
- More updates from 07:00 on Wednesday
Outbreaks of rain will slowly clear from the west this evening. However, some heavy rain will hang on across eastern areas ...😭
The family of an Irishman, imprisoned in Egypt for more than three years without trial, have urged the government to do more to help free him.
Ibrahim Halawa, 20, the son of Ireland's most senior Muslim cleric, was arrested during anti-government protests in Cairo in August 2013.
James McClean is an injury concern for the Republic of Ireland's World Cup qualifier in Austria after sitting out today's training with a back problem.
West Brom winger McClean went for a scan to assess the injury, with a further update expected tomorrow.
Following discussions between the Irish FA and FIFA, the Northern Ireland team will wear a plain black armband during Friday night's World Cup qualifying match against Azerbaijan to mark Armistice Day.
A minute's silence will also be held immediately before kick off, names of players connected with the association who died during World War One will be shown on the big screen and there will be a card display featuring a poppy in the West Stand.
A woman was taken to hospital for treatment for non life-threatening injuries after a single car collision at 14:00 today on the Knock Road in Dervock, County Antrim.
While dealing with this incident, another vehicle was involved in a minor collision with a stationary police vehicle. There were no injuries.
The health minister has told the assembly she intends to consult on the criteria for assessing the sustainability of services following the publication of the Bengoa Report.
Speaking during Health Question Time, Michelle O'Neill said the consultation would begin this week and run through until January.
A defibrillator was stolen from the side of a shop on the Ormeau Road in Belfast sometime between midnight and 10:00 yesterday.
Forwards Andy Warwick and Pete Browne have signed fresh contracts with Ulster.
Twenty-five-year-old prop Warwick, who can operate on both sides of the scrum, has penned a three-year extension, which will keep him at Kingspan Stadium until 2020.
Gay rights group the Rainbow Project has welcomed the announcement by Justice Minister Claire Sugden that the pardon of abolished gay sex offences in England and Wales will also be extended to Northern Ireland.
The pardons will be included in the Policing and Crime Bill that is currently being considered in Westminster and will only apply to men convicted of consensual gay sex who were over the age of 16
Gay men convicted of abolished sex offences in Northern Ireland looks set to benefit from a pardon.
The Justice Minister Claire Sugden has confirmed a motion will go before the Assembly seeking approval for the pardon, bringing Northern Ireland into line with other parts of the UK.
Former INLA man Dessie O'Hare, once known as the 'Border Fox', is facing extradition proceedings to the Republic. The 60-year-old was arrested in County Armagh on Tuesday morning.
He is wanted in relation to a number of offences alleged to have occurred in Dublin in June last year.
A major conservation project is under way in the Mourne Mountains, as conservationists say a failure to intervene might mean the permanent loss of important habitats.
A big problem is the collapse of exposed peat banks on the mountains.
A 33-year-old Belfast man who took part in rioting in the Twaddell Avenue area of north Belfast in July of last year has been sentenced to two years.
Father of three William Samuel Reynolds, of Silverstream Road, was captured on CCTV for approx 40 minutes rioting. He will serve one year in prison followed by a year on supervised parole.
English company Arkk Solutions, which provides software services, is creating 16 jobs in its Belfast office.
Economy Minister Simon Hamilton said the jobs "will provide valuable employment opportunities for graduates who will undergo bespoke training giving them high value skills in a niche area".
The PSNI have confirmed that a man died yesterday following a road traffic collision on the Strabane Road in Newtownstewart, on Monday, 24 October.
The man was a pedestrian in the incident which involved a black Vauxhall Vectra car.