That's it for Local Live on Monday 13 June. Join us tomorrow from 07:00 for the latest news, sport, travel and weather.
- Updates for Monday 13 June 2016
- Ballymena man dies after a fall in the French city of Nice
- Northern Ireland have disappointing start to European Championship campaign
- Republic of Ireland due to take on Sweden in first match of Euro 2016
- Picture: Rathlin Island Harbour (by Brian Liggett)
In tribute to those who were killed and injured in Orlando, Belfast City Hall will be lit in rainbow colours from 10pm until midnight tonight, before changing over to the colours of the US flag from midnight until dawn.
A book of condolence was opened earlier today.
Residents on a street in Maghera, County Londonderry, awoke to an unlikely sight during the Sperrins Balloon Festival.
One hot air balloon ended up slightly off course and landed on a street in the Gortmore area of the town.
A senior PSNI officer has described the death of Ballymena man Darren Rodgers as a tragic accident.
Supt Nigel Goddard, who is working with an international policing team at the Euro 2016 finals, said Mr Rodgers appears to have fallen eight metres onto a rocky beach.
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny was in Belfast today to deliver a keynote speech at the Ulster University: "Working Together for Stability and Prosperity".
He is pictured with Professor Alastair Adair and Professor Paddy Nixon, the new vice-chancellor of the university.
Two men, aged 43 and 45, and a 46-year-old woman have been arrested by police on suspicion of money laundering.
The arrests follow police searches in Carryduff, Belfast and Dromore today.
Caterpillar Northern Ireland says it was behind a 40k leak of red diesel at its Larne plant.
In a statement, the company said a significant proportion of the leak had been held on site, but a certain amount escaped via a storm drain. The company said the source had been identified and repaired and it is working closely with the NI Environment Agency.
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency is investigating a major fuel spill into the sea off the County Antrim coast. It is understood that tens of thousands of litres of red diesel were spilled.
It formed a long slick off the coast of Larne at the weekend and is believed to have come from an industrial premises in the area.
The scene is set at the Stade de France for the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 opener against Sweden.
Martin O'Neill's side will attempt to shackle Swedish talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic in front of an 80,000 sell-out crowd in Paris.
A man has died following a car accident at Garryduff Road, Ballymoney, this morning.
Two vehicles were involved in the collision that happened shortly before 07:30. Police have appealed for witnesses.
BBC Radio Foyle's Dean McLaughlin is out and about in Limavady to gauge how people feel about the upcoming EU referendum.
The Amalgamation of NI Supporters Clubs has sent "heartfelt sympathy" to the family and friends of Darren Rodgers who died in Nice.
Chairman Gary McAllister said: "I'm sure that every Northern Ireland fan, both here in France and at home, will be thinking of Darren and his loved ones at this very sad time."
The director of a leading environmental group was one of seven people arrested at the site of a controversial drilling operation.
James Orr, director of Friends of the Earth in Northern Ireland, was among a group protesting at the site at Woodburn Forest near Carrickfergus.
BBC Sport NI
Donegal will play Monaghan in the Ulster Football Championship semi-finals after a 2-12 to 0-11 win against Fermanagh, despite having to play the second half with 14 men.
Neil McGee saw red after striking Ruairi Corrigan, but Fermanagh missed the resultant penalty and Donegal were able to ease their way through with a dominant display.