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- Updates for Wednesday 4 May 2016
- Leaders of the five main parties go head-to-head in debate before assembly election
- Amnesty International criticises Stormont Executive over failure to approve funding for legacy inquests
- Picture: Portrush, County Antrim (by Tim Nelson)
Two TV and film students won the chance to be part of the crew filming the World Barista Championships in Shanghai.
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The head of Northern Ireland's Education Authority (EA) has warned that it is facing due to a £22m reduction in its budget.
The EA's budget had previously been reduced from £405m in 2014/15 to approximately £396m in 2015/16.
Orla O'Hanlon, 20, from south Armagh, has been acquitted of running a bomb-making factory for dissident republicans.
Her boyfriend, 21-year-old Keith McConnan, was cleared of the majority of charges but convicted of possessing a bag containing an improvised mobile phone and power supply in suspicious circumstances.
Reporter Claire Graham is putting on her dancing shoes. Will it help her agility like it did for American footballer Alex Collins?
Tune in to BBC Radio Ulster's Evening Extra programme at 17:00 to find out how she got on.
Lincolnshire's Ben Wilson will ride a new Aprilia machine in his bid for a first North West 200 victory.
If you missed BBC Talkback earlier today, you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer.
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Fine Gael are meeting independent TDs in further talks aimed at forming a government in the Republic of Ireland.
Irish Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said he hoped an agreement could be made with the independents today.
The body of what is believed to be a new born baby has been discovered at a recycling facility in the Republic of Ireland, police have said.
The discovery was made at the facility in Bray, County Wicklow, on Wednesday morning.
If you missed the debate on BBC One last night, you can see it on the BBC iPlayer.
The victims commissioner has reaffirmed her commitment to prioritise the progression of legacy inquests to ensure assurances made to families are fulfilled.
Judith Thompson says adequate funding had always been an issue and said the commission would "redouble" its efforts to ensure the funding was made available "as soon as possible".
A man accused of murdering the prison officer Adrian Ismay had a good working relationship with him, a court has been told.
It emerged during a bail hearing that Christopher Alphonsos Robinson, from Aspen Park, Dunmurry, told the police he knew Mr Ismay as they had worked together as volunteers for the St John's Ambulance. Bail was granted.
Those affected by an administrative error that resulted in 100 times the normal donation amount being given to charity Concern Worldwide, will not need to contact their bank in order to be reimbursed.
The charity say the full amount taken from bank accounts will now be automatically returned by Friday 6 May. The charity previously told supporters that they would have to ask the bank for a 'Direct Debit Indemnity Claim'.
A County Antrim woman says she is shocked and concerned about her mother who has been lying on a hospital trolley for more than 15 hours.
The woman says her 83-year-old mother is dying of cancer and "extremely frail". When the family called Antrim Area Hospital earlier they were told their mum had spent last night on a trolley.
A 61-year-old man has appeared in court on offences linked to the murder of Paul McCauley. Charles Buckingham from Nash Court Gardens in Margate, Kent, faces three charges of withholding information.
Mr McCauley, from Londonderry, was attacked and left in a vegetative state in 2006 and died last year.
Bethany Firth has qualified for the final of the women's 100-metre breaststroke at the IPC European Swimming championships.
Firth, from Seaforde, County Down, posted the second fastest time overall to go through to tonight's final in Portugal. It's the first time she's been in international competition as a Team GB swimmer since switching from Team Ireland.
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An Orange hall in County Tyrone has been attacked for the third time in three months.
It is believed that Strawletterdallon Orange hall was attacked in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The hall was previously attacked twice in two days in February.
Northern Ireland's most senior judge says he's disappointed the Stormont Executive has not yet bid for legacy inquest funding.
In a statement to the BBC, the lord chief justice said the incoming executive needed to agree a way forward "as a matter of urgency".