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- Updates for Wednesday 7 September 2016
- Businessman at centre of Nama controversy 'record accepting £40k payment'
- MP 'knows names' of loyalist pub killers
- Gobbins coastal path closed until 2017
- Picture: Titanic Quarter, Belfast (by Trevor Hartnett)
Some charges against a so-called loyalist supergrass accused of a catalogue of murders and paramilitary crimes are to be dropped.
Gary Haggarty, 44, is no longer to be prosecuted for three alleged offences. His lawyers said these related to possessing explosive and firearms.
The highly awaiting film, The Journey, gets its world premiere in Venice tonight - and you can see the first clip from the film right here.
The fictional drama charts the beginning of the relationship between Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness during the St Andrew's Agreement negotiations. You can see the first footage of stars Timothy Spall and Colm Meaney above.
A group of Syrian refugees were given a police escort to a County Londonderry beach barbecue after "concerning" Facebook posts.
Refugees and members were invited to the beach party in Benone, Magilligan, on 3 September. Police attended after organisers became concerned over what they said were "strong opinions" on Facebook.
So, you may have heard us say once or twice, but tomorrow is Talkback's 30th birthday. And to mark it, we've been testing your Talkback knowledge. Check out the video below for the second question in our quiz.
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The Journey, a fictional drama detailing the beginnings of Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness' friendship during negotiations for the St Andrew's Agreement, gets its world premiere tonight at the Venice Film Festival.
The late Mr Paisley is played by Timothy Spall while Colm Meaney plays Martin McGuinness. A release date for the film has yet to be announced.
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Canadian Michael Quesnele says he "couldn't turn down" the Belfast Giants when they approached him for the new season.
The defenceman spent last season with the Coventry Blaze and says he wants to learn from playing alongside former National Hockey League players Derrick Walser and Jim Vandermeer.
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Seamus McKee will have the latest on Nama, the row over the decision of the Education Minister (pictured below) to reverse the Department of Education policy on the transfer test and will be live in Venice where the world premiere of a Paisley/McGuinness film is taking place tonight at the Venice Film Festival.
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Tomorrow, BBC Talkback turns 30 and, to celebrate, the programme is going all-out for a birthday bonanza edition. Presenter William Crawley gives a sneak peak into what's planned...
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The View returns to BBC One NI tomorrow night from 22:45, looking at the issue of a future border poll.
Northern Ireland's Commissioner for Children and Young People says she's "disappointed" by the education minister's decision to allow primary schools to prepare pupils for unregulated transfer tests.
Koulla Yiasouma said the policy reversal would "do very little to reduce the gap between richer and poorer students and it is not in the best interests of all our children".
Are we being invaded by aliens or are these strange lights in Liane Radcliffe's photos something a bit less supernatural?
A report has laid out concerns about patient overcrowding at the emergency department in the Royal Victoria Hospital.
The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) said overcrowding "made it difficult for staff to provide basic nursing care and maintain the dignity and privacy of patients".
The coroner leading the inquiry into the death of Castlederg schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson says he's disappointed with the lack of progress made by the Garda in providing documents and witnesses.
Brian Sherrard told the inquest there should be a redoubling of efforts aimed at concluding evidence on 19 September.
A police officer has been remanded in custody after being accused in court of trying to get a gun, ammunition and a silencer.
Allen Kennedy, 30, is also charged with having quantities of ecstasy and cocaine with intent to supply.
Stormont's Finance Committee is still discussing the Nama inquiry and allegations that the former Sinn Féin MLA Daithí McKay "coached" loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson ahead of appearing at the inquiry.
You can follow the proceedings here.
Stormont's finance committee has been told that Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir will appear before the committee as it investigates claims former committee chair Daithí McKay coached Jamie Bryson over his Nama inquiry evidence.
Finance committee member Caitríona Ruane says "Sinn Féin have nothing to hide" in relation to the claims that the former MLA Daithí McKay "coached" loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson over his Nama inquiry evidence.
She says the party wants to see "absolute transparency" in all investigations.
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Craig Gilroy and Paul Marshall are injury doubts for Ulster's first away game of the season against Benetton Treviso this weekend
Gilroy suffered a concussion during the win against the Dragons last Friday while Marshall picked up a rib injury. Rodney Ah You is still ruled out.
Former Secretary of State Theresa Villiers says the murder of six people in Loughinisland in 1994 were a "terrible evil" and that allegations of police misconduct would be "taken seriously".
She was speaking at Westminster after a question by South Down MP Margaret Ritchie. She says the government accepts a Police Ombudsman investigation that found collusion between some police officers and the loyalist gunmen.
Next year the Lions face the fearsome All Blacks during a tour of New Zealand and the coach has been confirmed - Warren Gatland, the man who took on the role last time when the Lions beat Australia.
Interestingly for Irish rugby fans, it means Gatland will once again step down from his role at Wales meaning Rob Howley will be in charge during the Six Nations.
Critics of the Republic of Ireland's tax regime are drawing "outdated and unfair caricatures", the country's Finance Minister has said.
As the Dáil parliament in Dublin was recalled early to debate the ruling that Ireland granted Apple illegal state aid, Michael Noonan reiterated the Government's position that no sweetheart deal had been done with the iPhone maker.
The finance committee at Stormont is set to meet shortly and they have plenty to talk about.
The committee, which is leading Stormont's inquiry into the Nama loan deal, will be discussing last night's BBC Spotlight programme in which Frank Cushnahan (below) appeared to accept a cash payment from a Nama borrower.
They will also be talking about the latest on allegations that Daithí McKay, the committee's former chair, coached loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson ahead of his appearance at the committee's Nama inquiry. The committee will be streamed online via Democracy Live.
The Gobbins Cliff Path in Islandmagee will not re-open until next year because of essential maintenance work, the local council confirms.
The tourist attraction closed in June for the second time since its £7.5m revamp last year. It was closed because of an "increase in levels of rock-fall".
The education minister has stressed that no school will be compelled to carry out transfer test preparation.
Peter Weir told Good Morning Ulster his actions were "about providing freedom to schools" which would "have the freedom to choose whether to prepare their pupils and what level of help and assistance they can give".