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- Updates for Friday 12 August 2016
- WBA champion Carl Frampton set for Belfast homecoming
- First ministers accused of 'total failure' to address needs of military veterans
- New training for dementia care staff
- Picture: Meteor over Draperstown on Thursday night (by Michael Regan)
Adorable Carla Frampton looks puzzled when veteran sports broadcaster Jackie Fullerton asks her if her daddy is a footballer.
"Um...yes?" she replies, looking up quizzically at her boxing champ father.
Carl Frampton has described the crowds turned out to welcome him home at Belfast City hall as "amazing". Speaking to BBC Newsline, the boxer said has had plenty of downtime in recent days since his return.
He added that he would like to fight in Belfast before the end of the year. "I'd love to fight in December and have Christmas off with Christine and the kids," he said.
Crowds turn out to welcome boxing champion Carl Frampton
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness salutes "broad-minded" boxer Carl Frampton as excitement builds outside Belfast City Hall.
Thousands have gathered at Belfast City Hall as Carl Frampton - along with his two children - meets his fans at a homecoming celebration.
A spokesperson for Derry and Strabane District Council said the city's mayor, Hilary McClintock, was unable to attend the funeral of Dr Edward Daly yesterday.
The council said the deputy mayor was there in Ms McClintock's absence and that a number of senior staff including the Chief Executive, John Kelpie, were also there to represent the council.
A Presbyterian minister has said the mayor of Londonderry, Hilary McClintock, should have made "every effort" to attend the funeral of Dr Edward Daly.
Rev David Latimer said he would be "disappointed" if the prior engagement that prevented Ms McClintock from attending the funeral was one in which someone else from the council could have represented her.
BBC News NI Business Correspondent
A rescue deal, thought to be worth £9m, has been agreed to prevent US airline United ending its daily service between Belfast and New York.
The BBC has established United was set to axe the route next month, believing its aircraft could be more profitably used elsewhere.
The Prison Service has confirmed it has received correspondence from solicitors representing a number of inmates at Maghaberry Prison.
Earlier, a solicitors firm alleged republican prisoners at Roe House had been mistreated by prison staff. The Prison Service said: "As this matter is subject to possible legal proceedings it would not be appropriate to comment further at this time."
Cork brothers Gary and Paul O'Donovan have just won Silver in the Men's Lightweight Double Sculls final.
It's Ireland's first ever medal in rowing at the Olympics - and Ireland's first medal at the Rio games.