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- Updates for Wednesday 16 November 2016
- Picture: Newry Canal, County Down (by Louis Auden)
- Second inmate dies at prison in two weeks
- McGuinness to appear before Irish Public Accounts Committee
- Filipino family in fear after latest attack
A Christmas tree in the centre of Larne has been replaced after complaints that it was an "eyesore".
It has been swapped for a more festive offering, ahead of the town's annual tree light switch-on ceremony
A 17-year-old youth has been charged with a number of offences following an attempted robbery in Newtownards yesterday.
The teenager is due to appear at Newtownards Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
A row has erupted after a Catholic school in Omagh tweeted its thanks to a PSNI officer for briefing pupils about opportunities with the RAF cadets.
Sinn Féin MLA Barry McElduff said he had been "inundated" by phone calls from "concerned and angry" parents and past pupils from Loreto Grammar School for girls.
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The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in Dublin says it has couriered an invite to Peter Robinson's house to invite him to give evidence to its Nama inquiry.
The PAC said it had previously tried to contact the former Northern Ireland First Minister via the DUP, but he said he had not received an invite.
Police officers in Belfast will wear body cameras while on duty from Wednesday.
Four hundred devices have been bought, at a cost of £1.5m. The roll-out follows on from a pilot scheme in Foyle in 2014-15.
The Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has called for the Charter NI Chief Executive Dee Stitt to reconsider his position.
He said Mr Stitt, who's also a leading member of the UDA, should consider stepping aside, as the controversy surrounding him is presenting real difficulties to the reputation and efforts of Charter NI.
Northern Ireland's Attorney General (AG) has asked the Court of Appeal to refer aspects of its finding on the Ashers Cake case to the Supreme Court.
The Belfast Telegraph has reported that John Larkin QC wants the UK Supreme Court to examine a number of legal questions arising from the case.
Rod Stewart caught up with Celtic superfan Jay Beatty from Lurgan on Monday evening after the first of two concerts in Belfast.
He met the 12-year-old along with his mum and dad Ainé and Martin before getting a hug from Jay.
A judge who gave a suspended sentence to a doctor who made indecent photographs of children said he did not require an immediate custodial sentence because he was "not dangerous".
Piotr Dziurdzik, an anaesthetist from Meetinghouse Street in Ballymoney, formerly worked at the Causeway Hospital, Coleraine.
A house has been damaged in an overnight arson attack in Lisburn.
A number of bins were placed against the wall of the house in Clontara Park and set alight at about 1am. No-one was injured and firefighters put out the blaze.
A former doctor who worked at Causeway Hospital, Coleraine, and who had almost 3,000 indecent images of children, has been given a suspended sentence.
Anaesthetist Piotr Dziurdzik, who admitted 33 counts of possession of indecent images, was sentenced to nine months for each count, suspended for two years.
The Nolan Show has revealed it cost more than £400,000 to retrain student police officers who were the focus of an exam cheating probe.
When it emerged in June, the PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton said over 50 students had to go back to the start of their 22-week training programme and repeat it.