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- Updates for Tuesday 24 May 2016
- Picture: Waves on the north Antrim coast (by David Brownlow)
- A 16-year-old is charged with the murder of Gerard Quinn in Londonderry
- The father of a Tyrone woman jailed for terror offences says she was wrongly convicted
- Three women go to police saying they have broken Northern Ireland's abortion law
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has said it hopes to start building a new Casement Park stadium next year, with games hosted by 2019.
The GAA say the re-designed ground will take into account fears over the emergency exiting arrangements in the original design and it's willing to consider a capacity below 38,000.
Chewbacca, Star Wars' world-famous wookiee, has left pupils at a Republic of Ireland primary school star struck after landing for a visit.
The star is filming the newest instalment of the blockbuster series in County Kerry.
A man has today pleaded guilty to the murder of Kyle Neil more than a year ago during a "frenzied'' knife attack in County Down.
Wesley Harry Vance, formerly of Church Gate Studios in Comber, had previously denied the charge.
A man appeared in court in Belfast today after Border Force officers at George Best Belfast City Airport seized more than 10 kilos of suspected cocaine on Sunday.
30-year-old Shane James Delaney from Kilkenny in the Republic is charged with the illegal importation of a Class A drug and was remanded in custody.
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Belfast is to benefit from more than £500,000 worth of European money to encourage cycling in the city.
The cycling charity, Sustrans, will use the cash to get more people to use the Comber Greenway in the east of the city. It will work with employers along the route.
Prince Charles leaves Loughgall, County Armagh, to the beat of Lambeg drum after visiting an Orange Order museum.
Prince Charles visited the Orange Order's heritage museum 'Sloan's House' in Loughgall earlier today. Charles and his wife, Camilla, will visit County Donegal tomorrow.
Pope Francis has confirmed the date of the World Meeting of Families congress in Dublin in 2018 - and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin says that the Pope has "expressed his desire to attend".
The event will take place on 22 August to 26 August in 2018. Popes have presided over all but two of the eight congresses since they began in 1994.
Seven primary schools in Northern Ireland received hoax bomb calls this morning. Some of them chose to evacuate their pupils in what the PSNI describe as "a very serious and worrying situation."
The police are exploring a possible link to similar calls received by schools in GB on Monday. There's more on the BBC's Newsline programme tonight.
A man, who caused the death of a nurse in a two-car collision, has been given a five-year sentence. Neil McKee, 26, from Castleburn Road in Carrickfergus, was also banned from driving for seven years.
He will spend half his sentence in prison.
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In news that is sure to send local clubs into high alert, Northern Ireland international Paddy McCourt has left League Two side Luton Town and is set to return home.
"Paddy has had to face up to some personal problems in recent weeks," said Luton manager Nathan Jones. "At the end of the season he came to me and it was soon clear that he wanted to return to Northern Ireland to be closer to his family and to play there again."
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says he hopes a new executive will be finalised by tomorrow and will meet for the first time on Thursday.
Making his ministerial appointments, he said he was "delighted to be here with a strong ministerial team", following "huge support" in the assembly elections.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says the departments assigned to the new Sinn Féin ministers, will be announced tomorrow. These are your new ministers.
Michelle O'Neill, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Megan Fearon and Chris Hazzard will join Martin McGuinness in the Stormont Executive.
The PSNI have selected their squad for Euro 2016 in France but it is unlikely that they will need to pack their boots.
Their job will be to liaise with French Police Commanders to monitor Northern Ireland fans' behaviour and assist their colleagues in dealing with any problems.
Spotlight is looking at the long-running stadium dilemma on BBC One NI at 22:45 tonight.
Ireland's Katie Taylor will defend her lightweight title in Rio after securing an Olympic Games berth at the World Championships.
It is after she beat Victoria Torres of Mexico on a unanimous decision to make the semi-finals of the World Championships in London - guaranteeing her a seat on the plane to Brazil.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, from Sinn Féin, says he is taking up an invitation from the Flemish government to visit Flanders Field and the scene of the Battle of the Somme next week.
He will be accompanied by senior party colleagues including Sinn Féin vice president Mary Lou McDonald TD.
Police have confirmed that the seven Northern Ireland schools targeted in bomb threats this morning were all primary schools
A number of them were evacuated and the PSNI said they were "investigating a series of malicious communications".
DUP MLA Peter Weir, who is on the board of governors of Bloomfield Primary School in Bangor, said: "The school received malicious calls this morning, they were extremely threatening and violent in their nature.
"The staff then reacted very swiftly and professionally and evacuated the school, but this must be still extremely traumatising for the children concerned."