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- Updates for Thursday 17 November 2016
- NI Sec of State says Stormont is a better and more stable place one year on from the Fresh Start Agreement
- The new air ambulance for Northern Ireland is to be based at the Maze Long Kesh site
- A judge in Brazil rules that former OCI President Pat Hickey can leave the country for health reasons
- Picture: Ramore Head, Portrush, County Antrim (by Mervyn Robb)
The body representing teaching employers is considering legal action against a strike plan by some teachers.
In a letter to school governors seen by the BBC, the employers said the proposed strike action by some NASUWT members later this month is based on a ballot conducted five years ago. In response, the NASUWT maintain their plans for action are entirely lawful.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she would look into giving Northern Ireland women access to NHS abortions in Scotland without facing prohibitive costs.
Abortions are illegal in Northern Ireland except for cases where the woman's health is at risk.
Snow has started falling in Northern Ireland, with police issuing a warning to drivers after cars got stuck on the mountain road between Limavady and Coleraine
Nigel McFarland sent in this snap of the white stuff on the mountain road today.
A residents' parking scheme for part of the Holyland area of south Belfast has been given the go ahead by the Roads Minister, Chris Hazzard.
College Park Avenue and Rugby Road will have a mixture of parking spaces for residents as well as pay and display zones. It is understood residents will face a charge of £30 for a permit.
Tourist spending in Northern Ireland has increased by 5%, according to data from the Department for the Economy.
It has published statistics for the 12 months to June. They show expenditure grew to £789m, but the total number of visitor trips fell by 3% to 4.5m.
A 75-year-old man who sexually abused his granddaughter for nearly two years will not be sent to prison.
Belfast Crown Court heard that the retired teacher abused her while she was off school sick and while she was doing homework at his home.
There's been a lot of talk about how the UK - Irish border might be affected by Brexit. What lessons can be learned from other parts of Europe?
BBC News NI's Shane Harrison has been to Norway - which is outside the EU - to see how it operates its border with Sweden.
There's live reporting from Stormont today as MLAs question the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust on its role in a case of serious self-harm involving an inmate at Maghaberry Prison.
Sean Lynch was suffering from ill mental health when he blinded himself and inflicted other "extreme and shocking" self-harm at the jail over a three-day spell in June 2014.
A memorial to three soldiers murdered by the IRA in north Belfast has been damaged in an attack.
The monument at Ballysillan Avenue had paint thrown over it today. The memorial commemorates three fusiliers from Scotland who were killed in March 1971.
A BBC journalist accused of rape and sexual assault has been found not guilty of all charges at Londonderry Crown Court.
Sean O'Halloran, 30, from Northland Road in Derry denied raping a woman after a party at her home in May 2014. He also denied two additional charges of sexual assault on the same date. The jury reached an unanimous verdict of not guilty on all counts.
First Minister Arlene Foster has refused to back calls for a UDA leader who heads an east Belfast community-based organisation to step down.
On Wednesday, Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness said Dee Stitt should reconsider his position as chief executive of Charter NI. However, Mrs Foster said she could not tell the organisation what to do over employability issues.