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- Updates for Wednesday 20 July 2016
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- Picture: Dromore, County Down (by Paul McFarland)
Youths opening fire hydrants to release fountains of cool water in hot weather could be described as a Belfast tradition - but it is an criminal offence. There have been 11 such incidents over the last week.
However, the BBC has learned that no one has been prosecuted in the past 10 years in relation to fire hydrant abuse. NI Water say they are rarely able to obtain sufficient evidence to bring a prosecution.
The Republic of Ireland is going to have to contribute an extra 280m euros (£234m) to the EU budget next year because of its heavily distorted growth figures.
Data published last week showed the country's gross domestic product (GDP) had grown by a staggering 26% in 2015. The figures were skewed by the activities of multinational companies that use Dublin as a centre for financing and taxation operations.
Residents of Belleck, County Fermanagh, have vowed to fight plans to close the last bank in their village "to the bitter end".
Belleek Chamber of Commerce chairperson Bridie Gormley said the Bank of Ireland branch closure would mean a "two and a half hour round trip to do our banking from now on". She said it was a service "we cannot do without".
Ulster Unionist Party MP Danny Kinahan has expressed concern that the government could tighten border controls between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
"I do not want to see a change to the current border arrangements on the island of Ireland, nor do I want to see a firm border placed at Stranraer, but it is hard to see how one or the other can be avoided."
Two teenage boys, aged 15 and 17, are still being questioned after a woman was critically injured in a scrambler motorbike crash on the outskirts of west Belfast.
The mother of three was walking her dog along a pathway near the lake when she was struck by the scrambler.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness says he'll press the government to release funds for Troubles-related inquests to go ahead.
Northern Ireland's top judge said in May that securing the funding is "a matter of urgency", and now Mr McGuinness says: "The DUP has refused to discuss the issue but this should not stop the British government releasing the funds."
The security alert at Spout Road in Strabane, County Tyrone has ended.
Police said a number of suspicious objects discovered during a search of open land have been taken away for further examination, but said no further details were available.
A black woman who said an immigration officer stopped her at Belfast City Airport and told she "looked foreign and not from here" has accepted a £2,000 settlement from the Home Office.
The woman is a British citizen who has lived and worked in the UK for 16 years. She said: "I thought then, and I still think now, that I was stopped because I am black."
BBC News NI
The funeral has taken place for two-year-old Ronan McGavigan, who was knocked down by a car in Londonderry on Sunday.
He was struck after running onto the Lone Moor Road as he played, the family's priest says.
BBC News NI Health Correspondent
A drug to treat a particular form of the genetic disease Duchenne muscular dystrophy is to be made available in Northern Ireland.
Health Minister Michelle O'Neill says that while only a handful of patients would benefit, it's important the health service works to improve their lives.
BBC Sport NI
Pete McGrath has decided to stay on as Fermanagh GAA football manager having mulled over his future after the controversial qualifier defeat by Mayo.
The former Down All-Ireland-winning boss told the Irish News that there is "a lot of potential within the squad".
What would you say if we told you that the flag commonly associated with Northern Ireland has no official status?
After the matter of a new "unity flag" for the region was raised in the House of Commons today, it reminded us of the time we sent our reporter Conor Macauley to ask folks what they thought of a few new designs.
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A Belfast man has appeared in court charged with raping a teenage boy in the west of the city in the early hours of Saturday.
A solicitor for Gerard Scannell, 39, of Ballymurphy Road, said there were consistent denials of the allegations during police interviews.
BBC Sport NI
Could this really happen? Boxer Amir Khan syas he'd be willing to "put friendship aside" and fight Irishman Conor McGregor in the UFC.
"McGregor is a massive name in MMA and I'm a big name in boxing, so, globally, I think it would be a massive fight," he adds.
Vandalism to fire hydrants is not "harmless fun" and has "serious public safety implications", utility provider Northern Ireland Water says, after some were opened in Belfast in the past few days.
Sean McAleese from the utility provider adds: "I would appeal to everyone to help us stop this before the unthinkable scenario occurs where a fire breaks out and there is no water to deal with [it]."
A banner paying tribute to loyalist killer Billy Wright flies from a lamp post in Dungannon, but police say they won't take it down because not everyone will find it offensive.
The Stephen Nolan Show has been debating the matter and you can listen back to it here.
Two men in their 20s have been arrested after a robbery and attempted hijacking in Newtownabbey last night.
A man was threatened with a knife by two men outside a takeaway on the Antrim Road at about 23:30 and forced to hand over his wallet. They then tried to drag a driver from a car, but were arrested a short distance away and two knives were found.
BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor
There's nowhere quite like lovely Lough Erne, as the BBC's Countryfile programme has been finding out this week.
Presenter Adam Henson visited Fermanagh to find out how the RSPB is working with farmers to help endangered wading birds and to see cattle and sheep being moved by boat between islands.
The programme will air on BBC1 on Sunday 31 July.
An elderly man's death has "caused unrest among residents" in Banbridge, a DUP MLA says.
Police are treating 85-year-old Frank Bratley's death as suspicious, and Carla Lockhart says people who know anything about his whereabouts between 07:00 and 14:00 yesterday should come forward to help the inquiry.
Bank of Ireland's decision to close eight branches in Northern Ireland will make up to 54 staff redundant and effectively reduce its local branch network by a fifth.
The Financial Services Union said the move was "regrettable and irresponsible".
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