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- Updates for Friday 5 August 2016
- Man arrested over Donaldson murder
- Irish Olympic boxer fails drug test
- Over £1m announced for peace projects
- Picture: Surfing off Portstewart Strand, County Londonderry (by Albert Boyle)
The number of people in Northern Ireland applying for Irish passports rose by more than 60% last month, compared to the same period last year.
In the first full month since the UK's vote to leave the European Union, there were 6,638 applications for Irish passports from people living in NI. That is 2,568 more than July last year.
Secretary of State James Brokenshire says those responsible for hiding explosives and guns seized by police outside Lurgan want to drag Northern Ireland backwards.
"They will not succeed. This is a reminder of the continuing need for vigilance and to report any information - no matter how small - to the PSNI," he said.
Speaking after the arrest of a 59-year-old man over the Kingsmills massacre, DUP MLA William Irwin said the victims' families deserve justice.
"It is vital that whilst the possibility of justice remains that all efforts should be expended to identify all those involved," he said.
Ulster Unionist Upper Bann MLA Doug Beattie says the discovery of weapons outside Lurgan was a "significant blow" to dissident republicans.
The DUP's Carla Lockhart said lives had been saved by the police operation. Sinn Féin's Catherine Seeley said there was "no space for armed actions in our society".
A review of taxi legislation in Northern Ireland could raise doubts about the future of the Uber operation in Belfast.
A recently enacted law means that taxis need a certified meter and receipt printer but Uber will not install these as it uses its own metering technology.
Policing Board chair Anne Connolly has welcomed the firearms and munitions find in Lurgan.
"It's a great result for the PSNI to find these firearms/munitions and take them away from those who would have used them to cause harm in our community," she said.
Ulster Unionist MLA Danny Kennedy has said the arrest of a 59-year-old man over the Kingsmills massacre is a "potentially positive development".
"It is my sincere hope that the police now have a realistic prospect of mounting a successful prosecution of some of those responsible," he said.
The railway line at Lurgan which was closed due to a security operation has now reopened.
Belfast's Patrick Huston has finished 38th out of the 64 archers in the Men's individual archery ranking round.
The event was a pre-elimination round to determine his seeding in the competition in Rio. He will go into the first round on Monday.
Police have said the dissident republican weapons found in a wooded area outside Lurgan were in "an advanced state of readiness" and some were ready to use.
They included pipe bombs, firearms and improvised mortars. Some items have been removed while others remain at the scene and further hides have been identified.
Det Supt Karen Baxter said the discovery of dissident republican weapons in a wooded area on the outskirts of Lurgan was a "significant and key" find that had saved lives.
The find included a "fully constructed" bomb.
Firearms, munitions and bomb components, believed to belong to dissident republicans, have been discovered during an ongoing two-day search operation on the outskirts of Lurgan.
The railway line at Lurgan has been closed.
Police have uncovered what's believed to be a significant dissident republican arms hide on the outskirts of Lurgan.
The find was made during an ongoing two day search operation.
A full review of Northern Ireland's taxi legislation has been announced by Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard.
A taxi advisory group will be set up and the review will take into account the views of operators, drivers and members of the public. It will examine licensing classifications and metering.
A woman due to give birth at the weekend has pleaded not guilty at Londonderry Magistrates Court to stealing an Xbox TV and Xbox games a Strand Foyer flat.
Elizabeth McMenamin, 23, from Glenowen Park, denies committing the offence on 10 May.
Former Rangers striker Nacho Novo says he wants to help Glentoran challenge for honours in the Irish League this season.
The 37-year-old's move to the east Belfast club was the most eye-catching signing in the Irish Premiership during the summer break.
Jonathan Caine, who has been working as a special advisor to Secretary of State James Brokenshire, has been made a peer by the former Prime Minister David Cameron.
Mr Caine previously worked as an advisor to Theresa Villiers, Owen Paterson and the late Patrick Mayhew.
BBC Sport NI
League of Ireland champions Dundalk will have to beat Legia Warsaw in order to become the first Irish side to make the Champions League group stages after the draw was made this morning.
Dundalk face an extremely tough task but will make history if they beat the Polish champions.