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- Updates for Monday 1 August 2016
- Carl Frampton becomes first NI man to win world boxing titles at two weights
- Translink defends ending hospital bus service
- Irish minister says fortified border post-Brexit 'won't work'
- Picture: Long Lough, Saintfield, County Down (by Gary Cromie)
After winning 54 medals at the British Transplant Games in Liverpool at the weekend, Northern Ireland athletes returned home via Belfast City Airport this afternoon.
The team arrived back with 17 gold medals, 20 silver and 17 bronze.
A coroner has praised two policemen who entered a burning house in Enniskillen in an attempt to rescue an elderly couple from the blaze.
The inquest heard the officers tried to crawl into the house in Silverhill Park in December 2015, before firefighters arrived. Daphne Reid, 66, died in the fire and her 70-year-old husband, Franklin died the following week.
Former world champion David Haye has praised Carl Frampton's "very clear victory" over Leo Santa Cruz to win the WBA featherweight belt in New York.
Haye and Frampton are both trained by Shane McGuigan who Haye described as "the best trainer on the planet".
A photograph of a young boy inside a rhino enclosure at Dublin Zoo has led to an internal review of safety standards at the zoo.The photo emerged on social media over the weekend.
BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor
An energy project near Larne has obtained more multi-million pound funding from the European Union.
The project will store energy in the form of compressed air in underground caverns on the Islandmagee peninsula.
Three children, a man and a woman escaped injury in an attempted petrol bomb attack on a house in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, overnight.
All five were inside the house at Oakwood Road when a petrol bomb was thrown through a front window, smashing the glass. It failed to ignite and has been taken by police for forensic examination.
A motorcyclist who died in a crash in Newtownards on Sunday has been named by police as 21-year-old Jay Curtis Reardon from Holywood, County Down.
The collision happened at about 12:50 BST on the Belfast Road in Newtownards, close to junction with Milecross Road.
The drinks were on Carl Frampton last night as the new WBA featherweight champion celebrated with a free bar in Manhatten with fans who travelled to the US to support him.
The boxer revealed that 20-time champion jockey AP McCoy, Irish rugby star Tommy Bowe, Republic of Ireland football manager Martin O'Neill and Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill were among those to send him their congratulations.
Belfast's public share bike scheme will now have stops at the City and Royal Victoria Hospital.
The two new docking stations are already operational, while a third, at the Mater Hospital, will come online later in the summer.
Two men have appeared at a preliminary enquiry at Londonderry Magistrates' Court charged with sexually abusing a girl under 13 on dates between 2004 and 2011.
One of the defendants is charged with rape and attempted rape. The second defendant faces 11 charges of indecently assaulting the same girl. They cannot be named for legal reasons.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says boxer Carl Frampton's victory on Saturday night sends out a strong message to young people.
"I think it sends a very positive message to any young people who are involved in sport that it is a good thing to be involved in, that it's something that will enrich their lives," he said.
BBC News NI Business Reporter
A building technology firm based in Lisburn is creating 60 new jobs over the next four years.
Clear AV design and install technologically complex projects in their lab in the city, but all their clients are based in London.
A man in his 20s from Omagh, County Tyrone, has died in a car crash in County Cavan.
He was a passenger in a car which struck a wall in Cootehill on Sunday evening. Two other men were also injured.
North Belfast MLA Nichola Mallon says the current provision for mental health care for under-18s is not enough.
"For the children who are most vulnerable and engaged in the most dangerous and self-destructive behaviour, they really need to go somewhere safe and secure where they can be treated both for their addiction and their mental health," she said.
Police have appealed for information about a road collision in Lurgan on Friday night in which a 16-year-old girl was seriously injured.
The teenager was hit by a car at Lake Street at about 21:40.
First Minister says the assembly will pay tribute to Carl Frampton after he won the WBA featherweight title in New York at the weekend.
"I think from our point of view in the assembly we will certainly want to recognise it, because he is a world champion and I think it is absolutely right to recognise it as such," she said.