That's all from BBC News NI Live - on a day when it stayed sunny in the east but there was thunder in the west. Whatever the weather throws at us tomorrow, we'll be back with more live updates from 07:00.
- Updates for Monday 6 June 2016
- Picture: Silent Valley, County Down (by Robbie Moore)
- More updates from 07:00 on Tuesday
A religious minister has never been prosecuted despite admitting abuse linked to a state-run home in Belfast, the Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry has heard.
The pastor told police in the 1980s that he abused a boy who was being cared for at the former Bawnmore children's home in north Belfast.
If you missed BBC Music Day you missed this Stormont symphony...
Fr Gary Donegan says he won't be deterred from community work or from challenging paramilitaries in north Belfast, despite being warned by police that he is under threat.
He told the BBC's Evening Extra programme he believes he's being targeting by dissident republicans. But he said it's not the first time he's received threats and would continue to "hold people to account".
A protest is under way at Stormont where a controversial oil well is to be debated by politicians this evening.
A group of activists opposed to the exploratory well near Carrickfergus claims the drill poses a risk to the water supply to homes. But Northern Ireland Water insists there is no threat.
A jury has been sworn in for the trial of a man accused of murdering west Belfast boxer Eamonn Magee Jr.
The 22-year-old died on 30 May last year from stab wounds. The accused, Orhan Koca of no fixed address denies murder.
Sinn Féin has claimed that more than a dozen community workers, including Belfast priest Fr Gary Donegan, have been warned by the police that they are under threat from an armed gang.
Fr Donegan, a priest at Holy Cross parish in north Belfast, recently spoke out about paramilitary threats and condemned the murders of two men in the city. The police said they "do not discuss the security" of any individual or group.
May 2016 was warmer and drier than average in Northern Ireland and had "above average sunshine" according to Armagh Observatory.
Its weather watchers said last month was the driest and sunniest May at Armagh since 2008.
Titanic Belfast has been nominated to become Europe's Leading Visitor Attraction at the World Travel Awards, alongside Buckingham Palace, La Sagrada Familia, the Eiffel Tower and the Roman Colosseum.
It is the first time an attraction in Northern Ireland has been nominated in the awards, nicknamed the 'Tourism Oscars', in its 23-year history.
Ulster Unionist MLA Steve Aiken corrected speaker Robin Newton after being introduced as Stevie in the assembly.
The former submarine commander said he hadn't been called Stevie in a long time and his mother wouldn't approve.
Journalists here can now use live text-based forms of communication, including social media and email, from courts following clarification from the Lord Chief Justice's Office.
However, taking photographs or using sound recording equipment in court is still prohibited unless approved by a judge.
Music legend Van Morrison has attended the funeral of his mother Violet in east Belfast.
Mrs Morrison died last week.
Health Minister Michelle O'Neill says she will be bidding for further additional resources to tackle Northern Ireland's "completely unacceptable" waiting times.
She told the assembly that tackling them would need "time, new investment and radical change in how we deliver services".