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- Updates for Friday 2 September 2016
- Irish government to appeal Apple back taxes ruling
- Police launch campaign to highlight hate crimes against people with disabilities
- Picture: Elephant Rock, Ballintoy, County Antrim (by Andrew Spence)
A woman who was critically injured in an attack by cattle on a County Fermanagh island last weekend is now in a stable condition in hospital in Belfast.
She is believed to have been walking her dog on Devenish Island on Lower Lough Erne when the incident happened last weekend. It is though she was trying to save her dog, which was killed in the attack.
A 45-year old man has admitted a series of terrorist-related offences linked to a major explosives and ammunition find at farm buildings near Kinawley in County Fermanagh in 2014.
Barry Francis Joseph Petticrew, originally from Swanlinbar in County Cavan but whose address was given as HMP Maghaberry, had faced five charges over the find, but today pleaded guilty to three of them.
Police have praised a "brave passerby" who prevented a tourist from being robbed in Belfast city centre.
The man used his walking stick to fend off the robber in High Street yesterday, giving him a black eye in the process. The suspect, who was partly identified by his black eye, was later arrested and charged.
A policewoman witnessed a man attempting to murder her police officer husband by planting explosives under his car, the High Court has heard.
The attempted bomb attack took place outside the couple's home in Eglinton, County Londonderry, last year. The details were revealed as the accused, Sean McVeigh, from Victoria Street in Lurgan, was refused bail.
Gardaí say they discovered five Pomeranian puppies in a cage when they stopped a van bound for England at Dublin port this morning.
The pups were handed over to an animal welfare charity because no valid documentation was produced. It is the third time in recent weeks that pups have been seized by officers at the port.
Sinn Féin MLA Oliver McMullan has said there seems to be a growing trend of thefts of legally-held guns, with several incidents in east Antrim in recent weeks.
"We need to know how many guns have been stolen and whether any have subsequently been used in crimes or been recovered," he said.
The man who died in a car crash in Crumlin, County Antrim, last night was 23-year-old Michael Cusick from Belfast.
He was in a black Mini that crashed on the Randox Road just before 11pm. Crumlin Sinn Féin councillor Anne Marie Logue said Mr Cusick was "very popular and his death will be felt throughout this community."
Police searches connected to the arrest of Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell are continuing in Larne, County Antrim, and in Devon.
A police statement said searches at New Powderham Plantation, Devon will continue into next week. It added searches of property in Exminster have finished.
The terror charge against Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell states he is accused of carrying out research resulting in "the creation of a library of documents" likely to be of use to terrorists.
The offences are alleged to have taken place between 1 January 2011 and the day of his arrest in Somerset, 24 August 2016. He is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court.
The terror charge against Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell includes obtaining articles for use in terrorism, specifically chemicals and components to make bombs, and obtaining an "image of an adapted PSNI pass card".
He is also accused of obtaining PSNI uniform items in preparation for terrorism.
Police have charged a serving Royal Marine from Northern Ireland with a number of terrorism offences, including manufacturing and constructing explosive devices.
Ciarán Maxwell, from Larne, County Antrim, is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court this afternoon.
The Irish cabinet's decision to appeal the European Commission's ruling that Ireland granted undue tax benefits of up to €13bn (£11bn) to Apple will prove controversial with many people.
These protesters say more than 10.000 people have signed a petition calling on the government to claim back the tax money.
A Newtownabbey man who injured a teenager, the teenager's father and his grandfather - using a bag of potatoes in one of the assaults - has been given a five-year sentence.
The youngest victim of Gareth McAllister, 19, from Rogan Manor, was slashed in the head with a knife. McAllister will serve half the sentence in prison and half on licence.
A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of possessing Class A drugs after police carried out searches in the Shankill, north Belfast, this morning.
The search operation involved a large number of police vehicles. The man is being questioned at Musgrave police station.
Republic of Ireland defenders Seamus Coleman and John O'Shea appear to be winning their fitness races for Monday's World Cup qualifier in Serbia.
Both trained with the squad at Abbotstown on Friday morning, hoping to be cleared to play in the Group D opener on Belgrade.
A UUP delegation has visited NATO Headquarters in Brussels for a series of briefings and discussions.
"The briefings we received gave an overview of the evolving security environment and NATO's response to various challenges," one of the delegation, Tom Elliott, said.