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- Updates for Wednesday 7 December 2016
- 20-bed children's ward at Ulster Hospital closed due to staff sickness
- DUP nominates airport boss for Tourism Ireland position
- QUB to lead body toxins research project
- Picture: River Foyle in Londonderry (by Tony Monaghan)
It has been the warmest December day since 1994 in Northern Ireland, but what's in store for us tomorrow? Check out the latest BBC NI weather forecast here.Copyright: BBC
A former Ireland international rugby player will not automatically face a retrial on child sexual abuse allegations, the Court of Appeal has ruled.Copyright: BBC
Judges said it was up to the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) whether charges should be pursued against David Tweed. Mr Tweed, 57, was jailed for eight years in 2012. The convictions were quashed in October.
Two Sinn Féin TDs have angrily denied they had any involvement in the murder of a senior prison officer in the Republic of Ireland in 1983.Copyright: BBC
Dessie Ellis and Martin Ferris shouted their denials in the Dáil shortly after their party leader Gerry Adams made a statement on his knowledge of the killing.
Arlene Foster "did not ignore" warnings by a whistleblower over an energy scheme that will cost NI taxpayers £400m, the economy minister has said.Copyright: PA
Mrs Foster dealt with the Renewable Heat Incentive issue "entirely appropriately", said Simon Hamilton.
Lawyers for victims campaigner Raymond McCord and a group of NI anti-Brexit politicians are putting their arguments to the Supreme Court today.Copyright: Press Eye
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