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Thirteen-year-old Tom McKibbin's opening round of 80 left him 15 off the pace at the weather-affected Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm Castle.
World Under-12 champion McKibbin, playing in a professional tournament for the first time, matched the score of playing partner David Rawluk.
These images show the scene after a number of shots were fired at a house in the Clonard Crescent area of west Belfast this morning.
A man was in the house at the time of the incident, but did not sustain any injuries.
The presidents and directors of five professional bodies representing architects in the UK and Ireland have said Brexit could "have a major impact on the construction industry across these islands".
In a joint statement following a meeting in Belfast this week, they called on the UK government to "protect free movement" in any negotiations with the EU.
An elderly man charged with withholding information about the murder of ex-Sinn Féin official and MI5 informer Denis Donaldson in County Donegal in April 2006 has been granted bail.
Patrick Gillespie, 74, from Craigvar Street in Glasgow, was granted bail at Dublin's Special Criminal Court today.
The chair of Stormont's Justice Committee is being sued by a 15-year-old girl for allegedly breaching her privacy.
Paul Frew, MLA for North Antrim, appeared in court in Coleraine today in connection with the matter.
A woman has sustained minor injuries after being dragged from her car during a vehicle hijacking in Newtownabbey, County Antrim.
The incident happened at Grainon Way in the Rathcoole estate at about 20:00 last night. The vehicle, a black Vauxhall Zafira, was later found burnt out on the Crumlin Road in north Belfast.
Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty has been charged by the Football Association with misconduct in relation to betting.
"It is alleged that on 20 February 2016, the Norwich City forward placed a bet on the result, progress, conduct or any other aspect of, or occurrence in, a football match or competition in breach of FA Rule E8," the FA said. Lafferty has until 5 August to respond.
A County Down foster father has been jailed for four years for sexually abusing a young girl in his care.
The judge told the 71-year-old that the abuse, which began when the girl was five, was a "gross breach of trust".
Northern Ireland boxer Carl Frampton explains why he's holding a reception for his fans in New York on Sunday and why he only wears baseball caps in America. He was speaking ahead of his fight against Leo Santa Cruz on Sunday.
Northern Ireland boxer Carl Frampton takes on Leo Santa Cruz for the WBA featherweight crown this weekend determined to show fight fans in the United States just how good he is.
The unbeaten 29-year-old from Belfast said: "The last time I was in the States, I did not show my true potential."
Bank of Ireland's pre-tax profits for the first half of this year have fallen by 23%, compared to the same period last year.
It made a pre-tax profit of 557m euros (£469m) between January and June, a significant reduction on the 725m euros (£610m) made in the first half of 2015.
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