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- Updates for Monday 25 July 2016
- Theresa May to make first visit to Northern Ireland as prime minister
- Man dies in clay pigeon shooting 'accident'
- Picture: Ballyholme Beach, County Down (by Morris Duncan)
Ryanair has reported a 4% rise in profits in the three months to the end of June as passenger numbers grew and costs fell.
The airline had profits of €256m (£214m) in its first quarter of 2016 on the back of revenues of almost €1.69bn (£1.41bn).
Police have issued a warning to parents not to buy scramblers for their children after seizing a bike in Armagh.
Officers were on patrol on Saturday when they came across the scrambler riding around a green area in Drumellan. It was seized as the rider had no insurance.
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have unveiled a new £15.6m agreement to run from 2017-19 aimed at improving conditions for inter-county players.
The new scheme will include an increase in mileage and nutrition expenses plus a special fund for former players.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested in Londonderry as part of an investigation into human trafficking.
A 26-year-old Eastern European woman is currently receiving treatment for a range of injuries following allegations of rape and assault. She is also being assessed as a potential victim of human trafficking.
A Ballycastle man who made a hoax bomb call to a local pub escaped jail at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Monday when a judge suspended his sentence.
Suspending a four month sentence for two years, the judge told Noel McGinn, 58, that while his crime would normally see him going to jail, he took account of the positive steps he was taking to tackle his mental health difficulties, as well as the guilty plea.
A Dungannon woman has pleaded guilty to wasting police time by making false statements about DUP assembly member Jim Wells.
Dorothy Gardner, 48, of Killycanavan Road, had alleged Mr Wells made homophobic statements during an election hustings meeting in Downpatrick in April 2015.
A man accused of trying to stab a teenager to death has been ordered to remain in custody. Leo Benson, 27, was refused bail on a charge of attempted murder over an alleged knife attack in west Belfast last November.
Benson, of Ross Street in the city, and a 17-year-old youth are jointly charged with targeting the 18-year-old victim on the Cullingtree Road area.
A woman and her 14-year-old son have died in a car crash in County Galway.
The woman, who was in her 30s, and died alongside her son when the car they were travelling in hit a tree at Ballaghlea, Ballygar at around 21.45 last night.
Ireland will face Afghanistan in a nine-match series in India next March which will include a four-day Intercontinental Cup game.
The teams will also play five one-day games and three Twenty20 encounters in the north Indian city of Greater Noida.
A company which hires bikes for a popular mountain trail in County Down has said its business is in jeopardy after it was targeted by thieves.
Fourteen specialized bikes were stolen from the East Coast Adventure centre in Kilbroney Park in Rostrevor.
A priest at the funeral of a woman who died after being hit by a scrambler motorbike in Colin Glen Forest Park has said the incident "robbed us of a light and plunged us into darkness".
Rev Pat Sheehan told mourners at a Requiem Mass for Valerie Armstrong in the Church of the Nativity in Poleglass, that she was a "person of faith and hope".
Police have confirmed that two women have died following a crash on the Church Road near Randalstown, County Antrim.
A man and woman travelling in the second car sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Police have appealed for a man who they believe was present at the scrambler motorbike crash in Colin Glen Forest Park which led to the death of Valerie Armstrong to come forward.
"We are now appealing to a male passer-by who was present at the scene of the collision, and who may have spoken to the rider of the scrambler, to come forward," said the PSNI. The funeral of Mrs Armstrong is taking place in the Church of the Nativity in Poleglass.
Prime Minister Theresa May will host Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Downing Street tomorrow, says Vicki Young, BBC Chief Political Correspondent.
She says the announcement was made by the prime minister's office.
Munster have signed South African lock Jean Kleyn on a three-year contract.
The move will see Kleyn linking up with his former defence coach at the Stormers Jacques Nienaber who has joined Munster's backroom team.
Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to work for a "practical solution" to the future of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic following Britain's exit from the European Union.
Mrs May was speaking after talks with First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness on her first visit to Northern Ireland as prime minister.
The economist Angela McGowan is the new director of the CBI in Northern Ireland. She is replacing Nigel Smyth who is retiring after 26 years.
Ms McGowan joins the business organisation from Danske Bank UK, where she has been Chief Economist since 2008. She will take up her new post in October.