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- Updates for Tuesday 5 April 2016
- Fire at school is treated as suspicious
- Union passes no confidence motion in chief inspector of schools
- Picture: Portstewart sunset (by David Jordan)
Police investigating the murder of Laura Marshall in Lurgan have been granted an extra 36 hours by a court to question a 36-year-old man.
Ms Marshall was found dead at an apartment block at Victoria Street in the town on Sunday evening.
A Belfast man is among 14 men who have been jailed over the theft of artefacts worth up to £57m from museums and an auction house.
Chinese jade and rhino horn were targeted in Cambridge, Durham, Norwich and Lewes, East Sussex, between November 2011 and April 2012.
Police have been warning about fake notes being passed off in Newtownards.
An anti-abortion group says it has called for the case of a woman given a suspended prison sentence after buying drugs online to terminate pregnancy to be brought back to the appeals court.
Precious Life described the sentence as "very lenient".
A former Derry GAA star has pleaded guilty to stealing more than £500,000 from a road construction firm.
John Malachy "Johnny" McGurk,from Drummuck Road, Maghera, stole £572,206 from Patrick Bradley Ltd.
Images of the aftermath of a petrol bomb attack on two cars in Portadown, County Armagh, have been released.
The cars were set alight in the College Grange area at about 23:25 last night.
BBC News NI Agriculture and Environment Correspondent
Syringes, nappies and used medical equipment were among waste incorrectly sent for recycling from two of Northern Ireland's health trusts.
Both the Belfast Trust and the Northern Trust were written to by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency after a site visit highlighting the mis-coding and mis-description of material - an offence under waste laws.
Craigavon Area Hospital has asked patients not requiring emergency treatment to use alternative services after more than 300 people attended its emergency department in 24 hours.
The group of young people rescued from the Mourne mountains in County Down yesterday evening was made up of 11 students from two Dungannon schools, the Royal and St Patrick's Academy.
A schoolgirl suffered severe hypothermia and lost consciousness during the Duke of Edinburgh award expedition.
The recently merged Paddy Power Betfair gambling firm is cutting 650 jobs in the UK and Republic of Ireland as part of plans to make savings of £50m (€62m).
Paddy Power and online exchange Betfair merged in February, and currently have a combined workforce of 7,200 people.
Police have described the damage that was done as a result of a suspected arson attack at Holy Child Primary School in Londonderry.
They said damage was caused to scaffolding and building materials as a result of the blaze as well as to the school which is based in the Central Drive area of Creggan.
A new £16.8m wind farm in County Londonderry is being officially opened.
Four 121m-high turbines have been built at Loughmore mountain, Monnaboy, near Eglinton, and will generate 12 megawatts of power.
Police are treating a fire at a flat on the Albertbridge Road in east Belfast as arson.
Police said a "large amount of damage was caused to the flat and to adjacent flats" as a result of the fire yesterday afternoon. They added that the fire could have had "serious consequences".
Carrick Rangers manager Gary Haveron is to watch tonight's Irish League game against Cliftonville from the stand after a three match touchline ban.
A 36-year-old man who was arrested in connection with the murder of Laura Marshall in Lurgan, County Armagh, remains in custody.
Ms Marshall, 31, was found dead at an apartment block on Victoria Street in Lurgan on Sunday evening.