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- Updates for Wednesday 27 July 2016
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- Two arrests over Donaldson murder
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Three people are still being questioned after a man died in suspicious circumstances in Newtownards last night.
Neighbours say 45-year-old Dessie Mee fell from the upper floor of an apartment bloc on Regent Street in Newtownards. Det Supt Kevin Geddes says police don't know whether he was pushed.
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A Belfast woman has told BBC Radio Ulster that an e-cigarette "exploded" while she was charging it in her home overnight and set her kitchen on fire.
Courtney Robinson told Evening Extra that her kitchen counter was in flames and the plastic e-cigarette she bought last Christmas melted onto her worktop.
Golf may not usually attract hoards of teenage girls, except perhaps when One Direction's Niall Horan turns up to tee off. Photographers had some competition in finding a good spot to snap the Irish pop star at the Pro-Am Northern Ireland Open in Ballymena.
Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey will once again link up with Ross Glendinning after signing the goalkeeper from Linfield.
Jeffrey brought the 23-year-old into the Blues side during his long reign at Windsor Park, where NI international Roy Carroll is now the number one keeper.
Newtownabbey teenage golf prodigy Tom McKibbin insists he won't be nervous when he tees up with seasoned pros at the Northern Ireland Open tomorrow.
McKibbin, 13, is playing in the European Challenge Tour event after an invite from the golf management company owned by One Direction star Niall Horan.
Rory McIlroy says the Baltusrol lay-out gives him a good chance of securing a third US PGA Championship title this week.
The world number four from Holywood, County Down, believes the long course in New Jersey is perfect for his game.
A council has apologised "for any upset caused" after the removal of relics and mementos from graves in Ballyoan Cemetery in Londonderry led to fears the site had been vandalised.
A spokesperson for Derry City and Strabane District Council said grounds staff removed the items during routine maintenance work yesterday, and did not replace them immediately due to bad weather.