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A company which treats sewage for NI Water has been fined £2,500 for polluting a County Armagh river.
Glen Water Limited also paid costs of £1,600 to restore fish stocks in the Tall River near Richhill.
Three cars were damaged during an arson attack in the Stiles estate in Antrim this morning. This video footage captures the incident in the Aghaboy Gardens area.
Chris Johnston, who lives close to the scene of the arson attack in Antrim, said residents were "on edge".
He said his car was burnt out last year and there had been a number of other incidents in the area this month.
Commenting on the John Lewis ruling, Glyn Roberts of the NI Independent Retail Trade Association said: "Our strong preference has always been for John Lewis to locate a store in a town or city centre."
"It would be a major mistake for the executive to put aside its policy of town centre first for large retail stores," he said.
Three cars have been damaged during an arson attack in the Stiles estate in Antrim.
Hear the full story from our north-east reporter Sara Girvin on BBC Newsline at 18:30.
The President of Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce has said that the John Lewis High Court decision is "bad for Northern Ireland and bad for Belfast in particular".
"Belfast is the hub of Northern Ireland, it must be considered first. Make Belfast great and the rest of the region will follow," says Gordon McElroy.
The MP Jeffrey Donaldson has welcomed the High Court ruling which could see a John Lewis store at Sprucefield.
"The path is now clear for an application to be lodged and I would hope this can happen as soon as possible," said the DUP MP.
Characters based on a Nickelodeon cartoon were dropped from a Northern Ireland council's Christmas celebrations - after it emerged they were unauthorised.
PAW Patrol's Skye and Marshall did not appear at a Christmas lights switch on in Londonderry last night. Derry City and Strabane District Council has since apologised.
A victims campaigner is to be allowed to take his legal challenge to the way the government plans to quit the European Union, to the Supreme Court.
Raymond McCord had challenged the government's plans for triggering Article 50.
Pudsey Bear paid a visit to our early morning team this morning. Have a look! Yes, BBC Children in Need is under way...
The body of man of a man shot dead by the Army 44 years ago is to be exhumed as part of an investigation into the Military Reaction Force (MRF).
Daniel Rooney, 18, was shot in the St James Crescent area of west Belfast on 26 September, 1972.
Teddy Colligan, who is the official guardian of the Ulster Memorial Tower, told the story ahead of a service of remembrance in Thiepval on Friday. It will mark the 100th anniversary of the final day of the battle.
A number of people have been taken to hospital for medical treatment after police were called to a house on the Malone Road in south Belfast.
Chief Insp Robert Murdie says police are "investigating the circumstances" surrounding the incident. "Early reports suggest that these individuals may have consumed a substance. There are no further details at present," he added.
Ministers from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have arrived in Armagh for the North South Ministerial Council meeting.
Brexit is likely to dominate the talks which are being hosted by NI First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.
It has emerged that Charter NI was represented on the east Belfast steering group which awarded £1.7m public money to the organisation.
The Ulster Unionist leader, Mike Nesbitt, says an audit is needed of the Social Investment Fund process.