That's all from us at BBC News NI Live for today - we'll have more news, sport, weather and travel from 7.00am on Tuesday morning. Until then, have a good evening.
- Updates for Tuesday 6 September 2016
- Explosives found in NI terror searches
- MLA apologises for 'refugee dog' remark
- 'Homophobic attack' on Newry Pride organisers
- Picture: Sunrise at Portrush, County Antrim (by Philip Thompson)
Last night was a balmy one and tonight looks like it's more of the same.
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BBC News NI's economics editor John Campbell wrote earlier about Ireland's other slow-burning tax issue - that saw "vulture funds" paying virtually no corporation tax on loan portfolios. Now, he says, the Irish finance minister is looking to close that loophole.
Pat Hickey, former Olympic Council of Ireland president, has had charges laid against him in Brazil for his role in alleged illegal Olympic ticket sales.
A Rio prosecutor has formally charged Mr Hickey, fellow Irish man Kevin Mallon and eight other people. A judge must now decide whether to accept or reject the charges against the men.
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The UK and Ireland will have to "work hard" to maintain existing border arrangements during Brexit negotiations, a Westminster committee hears.
Ireland's ambassador in London, Dan Mulhall, said any attempt to control "the free movement of people across the Irish border" would be "very damaging".
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Monea Castle, a historic site in County Fermanagh, has been closed to the public after a recent incident nearby when a woman was left in a critical condition after being attacked by cattle.
The women's dog also died after the cattle attack. The access gate to Monea Castle has been locked.
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Ireland have lost their T20 series with Hong Kong, despite a ball not being bowled in the second game.
Umpires called today's match off because of an unplayable pitch. It means Hong Kong win the series 1-0 after their 40-run victory at Bready, County Tyrone, yesterday.
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Detectives from the PSNI Serious Crime Branch have confirmed they are investigating allegations that Daithí McKay coached loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson before he appeared in front of Stormont's Nama inquiry.
Police say they are investigating to see if "any offences have been committed". It's understood that a separate inquiry by the Assembly standards commissioner will be suspended while the police investigation is active.
An attack on organisers of Newry's Pride festival is being treated as a homophobic hate crime by police.
Two men sustained cuts to their face at the Mall in Newry in the early hours of Sunday. Pride in Newry said five of it committee members were "savagely beaten in a vicious homophobic attack".
Searches in 12 separate areas in Larne have turned up "a significant amount of terrorist material" including explosive devices, components of explosives, chemicals for us in making bombs and a firearm, says the PSNI's assistant chief constable.
"I am aware of the disruption this has caused to local residents and am extremely grateful for their co-operation and understanding," says ACC Will Kerr.
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Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke admits it was a tough decision to leave close friend Graeme McDowell out of the European team.
"G-Mac is a good friend and I was speaking to him frequently during the qualifying process. It was very difficult, but he's just not firing on all cylinders right now."
Well, many people have died on-air in Broadcasting House although let's hope this doesn't hint at anything worse.
A Strabane man arrested in connection with a murder at Dublin boxing weigh-in has appeared at an extradition hearing in Belfast.
Kevin Murray, 46, is objecting to the bid to extradite him to the Republic.
The aerospace firm Bombardier has cut its forecast for the number of CSeries planes it expects to deliver this year.
The Canadian company said it now expects to deliver seven of the jets, down from an earlier estimate of 15 and blamed "delays" by its engine supplier, Pratt & Whitney.
A UUP MLA has apologised after she said on social media that she "didn't need anymore" dogs after being asked if she would bring refugees back to Northern Ireland from France.
Jenny Palmer made the comments in reply to a Facebook post that showed a bus at the Channel Tunnel on Saturday after a Somme commemoration event. The post also included an offensive, racist word.
It's BBC Talkback's 30th birthday and, to mark such a grand occasion, we've been delving into the programme's archives for some best bits of the last three decades.
Ian Paisley was known for his, ahem, occasionally confrontational presence to the media. This trait was on full display in 1986 when he and late Talkback presenter Barry Cowan went toe-to-toe in the Talkback studio.
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Linfield and Crusaders have found out who they'll take on in their first foray into the Scottish Challenge Cup.
Linfield have been drawn away to Queen of the South while Crusaders will host Livingston. The Scottish lower-league competition has invited sides from Northern Ireland and Wales to compete for the first time.
Test your knowledge with part one of our 30th birthday quiz.
Inspired by Grace Jones, what did Wendy Austin do while presenting the show in 2012?
Police are searching a former quarry on the Old Glenarm Road in Larne as part of an ongoing investigation into terrorism.
A 27-year-old man arrested in Larne last week has been released pending a report being sent to the Public Prosecution Service.
He was arrested on 29 August by police investigating dissident republican activity.
UUP chairman Lord Empey says the proposals by the Boundary Commission had "brought many surprises".
"The commission's own guidelines make clear that new proposals should respect geographical considerations, any local ties which could be broken and the existing shape of the 18 constituency boundaries," he said.
Catholics and women are still under-represented in the PSNI despite a small increase of successful applicants from both in the latest recruitment drive.
Of last year's 875 successful applicants, 25% were from a Catholic background compared to 22% in 2014. Women made up 38% of successful applicants compared to 35% the year before.
Many Northern Ireland football fans under the age of 50 are unlikely to have heard of Jack Vernon from Belfast.
But his family remember his successes very well and a scrapbook of his glory days, put together by a close friend, is a treasured tribute to him.
Translink say the rail line between Coleraine and Londonderry has been closed because of a "situation" but have, so far, not given any further details.
Emergency services are at the scene.