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- Updates for Monday 22 August 2016
- Rio ticket sales: One of Northern Ireland's gold medal-winning Olympians - and two others - have passports seized in investigation into alleged illegal sale of tickets
- Labour MP from NI speaks publicly about a row with party leader Jeremy Corbyn
- Picture: Evening sun on Whiterocks beach (by Paul McFarland)
BBC News NI Agriculture and Environment Correspondent
Up to 40 lizards have been spotted sunbathing at a Northern Ireland nature reserve after an exceptional summer for the tiny reptiles.
There were 16 babies among the batch logged at Slievenacloy Nature Reserve in the Belfast hills.
BBC Newsline's Julian Fowler took this selection of photographs after Parkrun members in Fermanagh launched a petition urging the National Trust to allow them to continue running on the grounds of Castle Coole. More on BBC Newsline tonight.
A father-of-two from Belfast who beat a man so badly that six metal plates had to be inserted into the victim's face has been given a six-year jail term for the "unprovoked" drunken attack.
James Arthur Jelley, 46, from Bloomfield Road in the city, was one of two men who attacked another man in the High Street area of Belfast on the evening of 17 April, 2014. Jelley will serve half the sentence in prison, with the remaining three years on supervised licence upon his release.
Irish consulate staff in Rio are due to visit former Olympic Council of Ireland president Pat Hickey in prison today.
A CCTV camera has captured the moment a defibrillator was removed and thrown on to a road in Londonderry, causing considerable damage.
The £1,500 unit was removed from a container on the wall of a shop before being thrown on to the Rossdowney Road.
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) has said a blaze that caused extensive damage to a bungalow on Antrim's Maghereagh Road this morning was one of "nine accidental dwelling fires" it dealt with at the weekend.
North Belfast dissident republican Damien "Dee" Fennell, who is currently awaiting trial on terrorist charges, has had his bail varied to allow him to holiday in Donegal.
Mr Fennell, 34, from Torrens Avenue, is due to stand trial later this year on three charges arising from a speech he gave in April 2015 at a graveyard in Lurgan during a 1916 commemoration event.
Extensive damage has been caused to a bungalow in Antrim following a fire at the property.
A couple in their 80s were out of the bungalow at Maghereagh Road when the blaze, which is believed to have been accidental, started this morning. A man was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.
The Olympic Council of Ireland has appointed a three-person crisis management sub-committee to lead its response to a controversy over Rio Olympics tickets.
The announcement was made by Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin of Athletics Ireland, a member of the Olympic Council of Ireland.
Irish President Michael D Higgins has become the first sitting head of state to deliver the oration at a commemoration of the life of Michael Collins.
President Higgins said it was a "great pleasure" to deliver the speech in Cork on Sunday.
Marie Stopes International says it is suspending abortion services at its clinic in Belfast for vulnerable women and under 18s.
It follows concerns raised in relation to the organisation in England by the Care Quality Commission.
Finance minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir says he had no knowledge of Twitter messages between loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson and Sinn Féin's Daithí McKay and Thomas O'Hara.
Earlier, Alliance deputy leader Naomi Long called for the finance minister to step aside during an investigation into how Stormont's finance committee chair handled its Nama inquiry. Mr Ó Muilleoir said any attempts to link him to the matter were "petty party politicking".
Alliance MLA Naomi Long tells Good Morning Ulster that she has taken legal advice after her name was mentioned in messages relating to Stormont's inquiry into the sale of Nama's NI portfolio.
Daithí McKay resigned as an MLA after claims he and another Sinn Féin member "coached" loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson as a witness to the finance committee inquiry through a series of Twitter messages.