Murder in South Belfast - Nicola Weir reports from the scene
Strike action warning over teacher pay row
An "insult" - that's what the teaching unions here have called the latest pay offer from the Department of Education. The Northern Ireland Teachers Council, which represents the five teaching unions, said teachers were offered a 1% pay rise in 2016/17 which they have rejected saying that, in real terms it would actually be a a pay cut.
Can we tackle our past without a shouting match?
It seems hardly a day can pass here without another controversy about our troubled past.So we're asking the question - can we ever get to the position of talking about history without falling out?Is this possible?This week, the row was about a publicly-funded book called Bobby Sands Freedom Fighter.There was a lot of reaction to an interview I did about this with Sinn MLA Pat Sheahan, a former hunger striker.I asked him how long he'd refused food.
From Pitches to Riches
That's Jordan Daykin. He was the youngest ever person to get investment on Dragon's Den and now the 20-year-old is a multi-millionaire with a global business empire. He left school at just 13 and was told he would never amount to anything but now he's proved the teachers wrong. It's been a remarkable journey but his life hasn't been without it's hurdles. Jordan's unique story is just one of those featured in Dragons' Den: From Pitches to Riches, on BBC Two this Sunday