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  1. Updates for Tuesday 14 June 2016
  2. Businessman who converted two companies into charities to avoid tax asked to pay back millions
  3. Irish flights cancelled due to French air traffic controllers strike
  4. More than 50% of children in deprived areas live with adult smoker
  5. Two teenagers rescued from 50-foot crane
  6. Picture: East Strand, Portrush (by Gail Simpson)

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That's it for tonight on BBC News NI Live. We'll be back tomorrow at 07:00 to bring you the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

Dry spells ahead but there may be thunder

What's the weather like for tomorrow?  


Dry spells but there is the risk of thunder and lightning. BBC News NI's Barra Best has the latest.

Watch the NI team training in France

Green light for Lidl store in east Belfast

More may emerge on NI link to Nama sale: Dáil hears

Images of the royal visit

Down into the depths

Oh dear...

A new passion

BBC NI hosts live debate on EU membership

Ahead of the referendum on EU membership, BBC Northern Ireland is hosting a live debate giving voters an opportunity to put their questions to a panel of speakers.  


The live television debate on the EU Referendum, hosted by Stephen Nolan, will be broadcast on Wednesday 15 June on BBC One Northern Ireland at 22:45. 

The programme will examine what local voters think about EU membership and provide the studio audience with the opportunity to take part in the debate. 

County Armagh: Hit-and-run victim's name released

The man who died as the result of a hit and run collision at Shillinghill Road in County Armagh yesterday was James Shields, 52, who was from the Markethill area.


Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

Live from the garden party...

McDowell 'looking forward' to US Open

Crowds gather for Belfast's Orlando vigil

Sir Paul McCartney's tribute to guitarist Henry McCullough

Sir Paul McCartney said he was "very sad" to hear of Henry McCullough's death.

Paul McCartney

"He was a pleasure to work with, a super talented musician with a lovely sense of humour," he told the BBC.

"The solo he played on My Love was a classic that he made up on the spot in front of a live orchestra. Our deepest sympathies from my family to his."

And she wore a shamrock brooch

US video ad firm sets up in Belfast

Van 'sorry to hear of Henry McCullough's death'

Singer and musician Van Morrison said he was "very sorry" to hear about Henry McCullough's death.

Van Morrison

"I know he had some difficult times recently, but he will be remembered for his long and productive career in music. My thoughts are with his friends and family at this time," he told the BBC. 

NI rock guitarist Henry McCullough dies

Northern Ireland rock guitarist Henry McCullough has died. He was originally from Portstewart but travelled the world playing with rock legends such as Sir Paul McCartney and Joe Cocker.

Henry McCullough

He was said to have been the only Irish artist to have played at the Woodstock festival.  

Making a splash

Royal couple at Hillsborough Castle

Manager apologies for Larne diesel spill

A senior manager in the manufacturing company responsible for a huge diesel spill off the County Antrim coast has apologised.

Robert Kennedy

Robert Kennedy, Caterpillar NI, said the company regretted the mistake and had been working to address the consequences.

Royal couple arrives in Northern Ireland

The duke and duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Northern Ireland. The royal couple are attending a garden party at Hillsborough Castle.

Royal couple

It's their first visit since their marriage in 2011. They are meeting representatives of voluntary and charity groups as well as members of the military. Local politicians including the first minister are also in attendance.   

Name of crash victim released

The man who died following a two-vehicle collision at Garryduff Road, Ballymoney yesterday was Olaf McCaw.

He was 65 years old and came from the Dervock area.

Painting gets 'giant' Game of Thrones makeover

Au secours! Au secours!

Easter licensing changes?

The hospitality trade has been campaigning for the relaxation of opening hours around Easter. 

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Rain, rain, go away

Euro 2016: Walters 'a fitness worry'

Lord Trimble's son to sit on Lisburn and Castlereagh Council

A son of former Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble has been made a councillor by the party.  Nicholas Trimble, 29, was co-opted on to Lisburn and Castlereagh Council. 

Nicholas Trimble

 He replaces Robbie Butler who won an Assembly seat in last month's election.  

NI fan's Euro dream kicked into touch

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Stephen Snoddy says he feels 'sick as a parrot' over missing Northern Ireland match due to a strike

Policing Board: Exam cheat claims 'of serious concern'

The NI Policing Board says it has asked for a report after the news that the PSNI are investigating allegations that several student offices cheated during training exams.

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PSNI 'exam cheats' investigation launched

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is investigating allegations that several of its student officers may have cheated during training exams.  


Ass Ch Con Alan Todd said the inquiry "centres around the impropriety of student officers inappropriately sharing examination information between each other".

Limping along to Lyon

They're still on the road - if you haven't already, check our our Euro 2016 Fans Diary. All the stories on tour with the Green and White Army and the Boys in Green.

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Republic of Ireland fans' tribute to NI fan

Looking forward to the Ukraine game