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- Updates for Thursday 10 November 2016
- Picture: Portballintrae, County Antrim (by David Williams)
The Ulster Unionist Party has called for the Executive to support the establishment of a Sports Museum.
Tourism spokesman Alan Chambers said: "For a population of 1.8 million people there is no question that we have produced a tremendous amount of successful individuals and teams."
A 29-year-old man who subjected his pregnant partner to a prolonged period of sexual and physical abuse has been jailed for 12 years.
Joseph Martin Healy, whose address was listed as Maghaberry Prison, stood impassively in the dock as the judge outlined in graphic detail the eight charges he had admitted.
Northern Ireland pharmaceutical company Almac has announced global expansion plans and a new £5m HQ in Craigavon.
The move's will see the company employing 5,000 people worldwide by next year - with about 60% of them in Northern Ireland.
The police in Limavady get a parking ticket in Connell Street car park.
An investment fund has accused Nama of "repeatedly mischaracterising" the circumstances in which it withdrew a bid for a £1bn property loan portfolio in Northern Ireland.
The Pimco fund said it walked away from the deal after it found out that a former Nama advisor was due to receive a "fixer fee". Nama has always said that if Pimco had not withdrawn voluntarily, it would have been forced out.
Police commanders in Northern Ireland are meeting the policing board today to discuss a report that said the training regime for new officers is at times like a military-style boot camp.
The review described it as "pseudo-militaristic", with "an unhealthy leaning towards punitive discipline."
Mum Liz and baby Evie waiting to go on Talkback - Liz says she faced verbal abuse from other women while breastfeeding at Nandos restuarant in Belfast.
A Nando's spokesperson said: "We always encourage our staff to welcome breastfeeding mums in our restaurants."
DUP MP David Simpson has welcomed the first air ambulance to Northern Ireland.
"This is fantastic news and I am delighted that the chancellor responded to our requests and we now have own air ambulance," he said.
"There is still work to be done to see the full implementation of this service but I along with my colleagues will not stop until it is complete."