The DUP marginally holds on to its position as the largest party in the NI Assembly, Sinn Féin closes the gap by one seat.
The official assessment of paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland has not changed despite some very serious crimes, the PSNI chief constable has said.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness says talks on shaping a programme for government 'must build on progress'.
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) remains the largest in Northern Ireland after all 108 seats in the assembly are declared.
The DUP passes the 30-seats mark after the first day of counting in the Northern Ireland Assembly election.
While some commentators have described this assembly election campaign as fairly low-key, it has had its share of strange and quirky moments.
With the finish line in sight, how do the numbers add up at Stormont?
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