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The Fermanagh and South Tyrone MP Tom Elliott says that he will probably vote to leave the European Union in next week's referendum.
The Ulster Unionist says he acknowledges there are dangers either way, and hasn't been impressed by either the Leave or Remain campaigns which he regards as too negative.
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Tune in for the latest squad news as the Northern Ireland and Republic prepare for their second games in the Euros. Also, as the Prime Minister talks about border checks if there's a Brexit, our Dublin correspondent, Shane Harrison samples opinions south of the border.
Ulster Unionist MP Tom Elliott says he'll probably vote to leave the EU in next week's referendum.
He says he acknowledges there are dangers either way, and hasn't been impressed by either the Leave or Remain campaigns, which he regards as too negative.
Sinn Féin could apologise for the IRA bombing of Manchester - but only if the British government acknowledges its role in the Northern Ireland conflict.
More than 220 people were hurt in the 1996 attack which devastated the city centre causing £700m in damage.
A woman accused of murder injected herself with heroin after she allegedly stabbed, bound and gagged a pensioner in his home, the High Court has heard.
Margaret Henderson, 30, is accused of killing 67-year-old Eddie Girvan in his home in Greenisland, County Antrim.
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Jonathan Walters is a major injury doubt for the Republic of Ireland's game against Belgium on Saturday in Euro 2016 after missing training.
The Stoke striker limped out of the game against Sweden on Monday but Martin O'Neill said the striker could still feature in the tournament.
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"Serious reputational damage" has been caused to the Education Authority by its "mishandling" of plans to cut hours for pupils in special school nurseries, according to Barry McElduff, the chair of Stormont's education committee.
The authority's chair Sharon O'Connor (pictured) said she was "very sorry for the upset that parents are continuing to experience".
US filmmaker Michael Moore met Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness and Junior Minister Alistair Ross at Stormont Castle today.
Moore is in Belfast to take part in a Q&A about his career and attend two screenings of his new movie at the city's film festival.
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Uefa says there are 2,000 unsold seats for Northern Ireland's crunch Euro 2016 clash against Ukraine tomorrow in Lyon.
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Rory McIlroy emphasises that "mental toughness" will be key as he prepares his bid for a fifth major tournament success at this week's US Open at Oakmont.
"This golf course and this tournament always provides a different test to the others we encounter on Tour. You have to grind it out and prepare as best you can for it," said the 27-year-old.
The Republic of Ireland's government has had to hire 200 temporary workers to cope with a surge in demand for Irish passports, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
It is thought that a potential Brexit is having an impact.
The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, John Scott, is to open a book of condolence at Antrim Civic Centre later today for the victims of a shooting in Orlando on Sunday.
It will be opened at 14:00 today, the Ballymena and Antrim Times reports.
David Cameron has said a vote to leave the EU means checks could be implemented on people departing Northern Ireland for other parts of the UK.
He was replying to a question at Prime Minister's Questions from SDLP's Alastair McDonnell.
The clever clogs at BBC Sport have another 360 offering for us - fans inside the Allianz Riveria Stadium in Nice.