That's all from BBC News NI Live on an extremely busy Wednesday. We'll be back with more updates on news, sport, weather and travel from 07:00 tomorrow. We'll leave you with Morris Duncan's picture from a sunny Mount Stewart.
- Updates for Wednesday 24 August 2016
- A member of the armed forces is arrested in Somerset and searches are carried out in Larne in a Northern Ireland terrorism investigation
- Police in Brazil say they've found emails that allegedly link a former Olympic Council of Ireland president with a ticketing agency accused of illegally selling Olympic tickets
- Belfast Health Trust reveals it paid almost £3m to consultants in overtime for extra work last year
- Picture: Sunset over County Down (by Deek Wilson)
The BBC's John Kay says the house being searched in Exminster, Devon, following the arrest of a Royal Marine from NI is in a remote estate
He says tents have been erected in nearby woodland as searches continue there.
Today's arrest of a royal marine in Somerset over Northern Ireland terrorism was the culmination of months of intelligence work, BBC Home Affairs Correspondent Daniel Sandford says.
The investigation, following the discovery of two arms dumps in Larne earlier this year, involved MI5, the PSNI and the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command, or SO15.
The Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) has welcomed a report into problems at west Belfast's De La Salle College.
"We will now study the report and its proposals in more detail to develop a comprehensive plan to ensure a more positive experience for all those involved with the school," it said.
The union Unite has expressed concern at news that Ballymena bus manufacturer Wrightbus has imposed a recruitment freeze.
"Towns like Ballymena risk being allowed to become post-industrial unemployment hotspots as Stormont stands idly by," the union's Joanne McWilliams said.
Justice Carroll Moran has been appointed to head the inquiry into the Irish Olympic ticket controversy.
Pat Hickey, the former president of the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) was arrested in Rio De Janeiro last week by police investigating alleged illegal Olympic ticket sales.
The 30-year-old man arrested in Somerset earlier over NI-related terrorism is a royal marine serving in England's West Country.
Searches are continuing at at least two houses in Larne in connection with the arrest.
Police in Devon have said a house in Exminster, as well as a nearby wooded area, are being searched following the arrest of a serving member of the armed forces over Northern Ireland-related terrorism.
Ch Insp Antony Hart said no armed police were involved in the arrest. The 30-year-old man was detained in Somerset earlier today.
The Londonderry home of late musician Stephen Martin has been broken into and items including a guitar, keyboard, other musical equipment and money stolen.
The 29-year-old, who went under the stage name Rainy Boy Sleep, had been missing for almost a month before his body was found in County Sligo last week. The burglary happened some time between 11 and 12 of August.
Sinn Féin has announced that Philip McGuigan is to be co-opted as MLA for North Antrim.
He will replace Daithí McKay, who resigned as an MLA after claims he and another Sinn Féin member "coached" loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson as a witness to an inquiry.
Norwich City's Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty could still have a future at Carrow Road, according to manager Alex Neil.
"If Kyle keeps showing up well and keeps producing, there's a slot for any player who does well here," Neil told BBC Radio Norfolk.
Confederation of British Industry(CBI) representatives met with Finance Minister Mairtin Ó Muilleoir earlier to discuss a issues including Brexit and the new programme for government.
"The key message left with the minister was the need for the NI Executive to be more ambitious and deliver faster and better outcomes, to offset the short/medium term challenges of Brexit," a CBI spokesperson said.
At least two properties are being searched on the old Glenarm Road in Larne in connection with the arrest of a member of the armed forces in Somerset.
Police and Army bomb disposal teams are at the scene. Forensic officers are also present.
Police are carrying out a search on the Old Glenarm Road in Larne in connection with a Metropolitan Police investigation into Northern Ireland terrorism-related offences.
A serving member of the armed forces was arrested in Somerset on Wednesday by officers from the Metropolitan Police Service's Counter Terrorism Command.
Speaking after the publication of an independent report on De La Salle College in west Belfast, Education Minister Peter Weir says his priority remains the school's pupils.
"I am confident that the panel’s report will provide a sound platform for moving forward in building relations within the school and the wider community," he added.
Glentoran manager Alan Kernaghan has signed Moldova international Alex Leu on a one-year contract.
The deal for the versatile 25-year-old, who can play on the left of defence or midfield, is subject to international clearance.
An east Belfast man, who uses a wheelchair, who helped his wife in a £1m fraud against the medical firm where she worked, has been jailed for a year.
Samuel Noel Savage, 60, of Kincora Mews - whose wife was jailed earlier this year for her role in the seven-year fraud - will spend a year in prison and one on licence.
A 30-year-old man has been arrested in Somerset as part of an investigation into Northern Ireland-related terrorism.
Police have said the man is a serving member of the armed forces. Searches are taking place in Northern Ireland and a wooded area of south Devon.