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The PSNI say that 13 Jewish graves at Belfast City Cemetery have been damaged.
The UK's Strongest Man competition has gathered for it's second day at the Titanic Belfast in Belfast. But who will be crowned the most powerful?
Sinn Féin MLA Caoimhe Archibald has said the closure of the Coleraine branch of Frankie & Benny's is "a blow to the town". She added: "Those employed by the restaurants in Coleraine and elsewhere will rightly be concerned about the closure."
Up to 100 jobs are at risk with the closure of Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito restaurants across Northern Ireland.
About 80 jobs are at risk at a food manufacturer and distributor in Enniskillen. Adelie Ireland took over The Bite Group last year has now gone into administration.
Staff were sent home after being informed of the news today. Administrators are examining the options for the future.
BBC Radio Ulster
Motorcycling Ireland Motocross have paid tribute to Daniel Sheridan, the teenager who died following an incident at a motocross track in Magilligan yesterday.
On their Facebook page, the organisation said: "On behalf of all in Irish Motocross I want to offer our support and thoughts to the Sheridan family in this incredibly sad time."
The teenager who died following an incident at a motocross track in Magilligan on Thursday was Daniel Sheridan from Dublin.
The Parent's Association of Daniel's school, St. Killian's Senior School, Tallaght, have said their thoughts and prayers are with his family and the school will be open for a remembrance gathering tomorrow.
BBC Radio Foyle
The family of Pat Hickey, who is being held by Rio police in relation to alleged mis-selling of tickets for the Olympic Games, say they are gravely concerned about his health and continued detention in Brazil.
Mr Hickey's family say they hope to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny concerning his detention in Rio. The family's solicitor has said the former president of the Olympic Council of Ireland "has a serious heart condition".
Enda McAuley captured this picture of lightning near Portbradden in County Antrim last night.
Detectives who arrested a serving royal marine in a Northern Ireland-related terrorism investigation have been given a further five days to question him. Ciarán Maxwell, from Larne, County Antrim, was detained in Somerset on Wednesday.
The 30 year old is suspected of preparing for acts of terrorism. A warrant for further detention was granted to the Metropolitan police by Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday. He can now be held until next Wednesday.
Sinn Féin MLA Oliver McMullan has met DC Power, the company proposing a controversial tidal energy project in East Antrim, to raise concerns of local residents.
The East Antrim MLA said: "This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and I will continue to raise the concerns of the local community in relation to this proposal to ensure the environment is protected."
A Belfast man has been sentenced to three years for breaking into and robbing the home of a deaf and blind 91-year old. Judge Alistair Devlin told 38-year old Gerard Patrick Skelly he was a"determined and dogged serial offender" whose actions left the vulnerable and disabled victim "absolutely terrified."
During police interviews, Skelly denied the break-ins and continued to verbally abuse officers. At one stage, he told police "I would love to help you out, but I just don't know what you're talking about."
Portadown FC say they will appeal against an employment tribunal decision to order the club to pay £7,000 in unpaid wages to player Peter McMahon.
The club said their representative was unable to attend yesterday's tribunal because of a "long standing engagement" and had requested a postponement.
Sinn Féin MLA Declan Kearney says although outgoing Prison Service boss Sue McAllister has been "integral" to the implementation of the prison reform programme, comprehensive reform has yet to be completed.
Mr Kearney added: "It is essential that there is now a smooth transition to the appointment of a new Director General for the prisons' service."
Former justice minister David Ford has said that "the Northern Ireland Prison Service is now in a much better position" than when Director General Sue McAllister started.
Mr Ford added: "The reforms Sue put in place will have a long-running impact on the service."
Justice Minister Claire Sugden has said Sue McAllister should be "proud of what she has achieved in her time as director general".
She said the role was a "uniquely challenging post".
A 13-year-old boy has died following a motorbike crash in Limavady, County Londonderry.
The teenager was seriously injured in the incident at a Motocross premises in the area yesterday. He was airlifted to Altnagelvin Hospital in Londonderry, but later died.