Looks like it's going to be a cold night but at least the north coast got a stunning sunset to look at.
Thanks toDerek Barr and Judy Nelson for the views from Portstewart (top) and Portrush. We'll be back from tomorrow at 07:00.
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Police say they have recovered 40 stolen sheep in a search operation near Draperstown.
They also found an illegal filling station at the premises on Drumderg Road. A 32-year-old man has been arrested.
BBC News NI
In Northern Ireland, some communities arebooming while others are struggling to survive.
I visited Eskra, a hamlet near Omagh, and Crumlin to see the how changing demographics are challenging and enhancing communities across the country.
BBC News NI
Members of a repatriation fund set up in Newry say it has helped bring60 people who died abroad back to the island of Ireland.
The fund was set up by GAA members after Kevin Bell died in a hit-and-run in New York in 2013. His father Colin says the fund is "Kevin's legacy".
BBC Sport NI
Carl Frampton got involved in a bit of verbal sparring with Chris Avalos ahead of theirworld title fight this weekend.
When Avalos suggested the champion from Tiger Bay was "born with a silver spoon in his mouth", heoffered a quick counter: "I've had a silver spoon? I'm from the ghetto mate - I'm from T Bay."
A Belfast man has been convicted of assaulting an elderly neighbour byusing his belly to "bounce" her away from his house.
Morrison Whelan, 58, of Rotterdam Court, in Belfast, claimed he was trying to get the neighbour off his garden path during a dispute.
BBC NI Archive
Earlier we were talking cows, and now we're talking bull - specifically a furious one, who ended up trapped in the old Post Office yard off Cromac Street in Belfast in 1968.Our archive video even shows an abortive attempt by a would be matador to corral the belligerent bovine.
Environment Minister Mark H Durkan says the department intends to give the go-ahead for the construction of 1,600 new homes in Londonderry.
He says he is confident Derry City Council will back the proposals, including a plan to build 1,400 new homes off the Skeoge Road.
BBC News NI Political Correspondent
Jack and Emily were themost popular baby names in Northern Ireland in 2014 - but what about some of more unusual names?
The annual figures from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) revealed more unique names like Blessing, Kanye, Princeton and Peanut.
A mother of two children with disabilitiessays she is relieved by a council's U-turn on a decision to raise swimming pool fees by over 2,000%.
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council had voted to increase annual charges for those with disabilities to £165 per year. The current cost for children is £5.75 per year and £11.45 for adults annually.
Mid Ulster Mail
A cross-section of Cookstown's community will board a bus for Stormont next Monday on a mission to push forward the delayed Desertcreat police, fire and prison service training college,the Mid-Ulster Mail reports.
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
A leading economic think tank has questioned if corporation tax devolution is the most appropriate policy for growing the Northern Ireland economy.
TheInstitute for Fiscal Studies says it's "not clear" whether the planned reduction to 12.5% will address concerns about the size of the private sector.
BBC Sport NI
The Derry Journalreports on a young couple whose romantic trip to Paris turned into a nightmare after they were refused entry at the gate to their plane.
Megan Meenan and her boyfriend Adam Clarke were stopped at Gate 10 of Belfast International airport when an Easyjet assistant expressed uncertainty over Adam's passport.
PSNI West Belfasttweets that a 47-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon "following an assault on two females last night in the Hawthorn Street area" of Belfast.
The Earl of Wessex met pupils at Belfast Royal Academy earlier when he attended a Duke of Edinburgh event in the school.
Prince Edward is on his second day of engagements in Northern Ireland.
Police say they're worried about 16-year-old Lesley Ann Dowds.
She was last seen at Bawnmore Road, south Belfast on Tuesday evening and may be in Newtownards or Comber.
A playground in west Belfast has reopened following repairs to £8,000 worth of damage caused by vandals.
Falls Park playground was temporarily closed after vandals set a wheelie bin alight and it damaged several play objects in the park.
BBC News NI Health Correspondent
It's cold out and scattered showers have been forecast for Northern Ireland.
There are certainly ominous clouds forming in this photo sent to us by Brian Fullerton at White Park Bay in County Antrim. You can send your snaps and comments to us on email@example.com.
A Glentoran footballer has been sentenced to 220 hours of community for having large quantities of ecstasy and cocaine.
John McGuigan, 21, of Hawthrorn Hill, Hannahstown, was told by judge that he could face jail if he does not complete the sentence.
BBC NI Archive
Earlier, we told you that at 1.5m there are almost as many cattle in Northern Ireland as there are people.
But,as this archive from 1957 shows, some cattle, like those from Rathlin Island, need a bit more handling than others in search of pastures new.
Almost a tonne of raw leaf tobacco and 10,000 suspected illicit cigarettes have been seized by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
HMRC officers and police searched a vehicle at a farm in south Armagh on Tuesday where the raw leaf tobacco, worth an estimated £236,000 in lost duty and taxes, was seized.
A blockage in the Bellsbridge area of the Belfast is causing quite a stink with commuters.
Workmen carrying out repairs to the roads in the area won't be relieved to see this.
The number of secondary school students here, however, has fallen for the fourth year in a row.
Police say they've found parts of an exploded pipe bomb at the scene of yesterday's explosion in south Armagh
The man injured as he took down a booby-trapped poster has been named as Francis McCabe Jnr.
BBC Radio Foyle
Shop in Hazelbank, Derry rammed at 4am by a stolen car. Those in the car then robbed the shop.
BBC News NI Political Editor
Peter Robinson says the DUP heard nothing from the BBC today which strengthens their "threadbare argument" for not including his party in planned TV election debates.
A DUP delegation held talks with the BBC at the Stormont Hotel to discuss the debate and the corporation's wider plans for election coverage.
Justice Minister David Ford plans to put a proposal for a 15% levy on legal aid payments to an Executive meeting later today.
The Minister told Good Morning Ulster: "My jobs is to maintain the justice system, not to provide employment service to solicitors and barristers."
PETA has called on Exploris aquarium in Portaferry todeclare their café a seafood-free zone when it reopens next year.
A PETA statement reads: "Serving fish in an aquarium is like serving monkey nuggets at a zoo."
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The daughter of murdered Antrim woman Pauline Carmichael, whosebody was found on the shore of Lough Neagh yesterday, tells the BBC that she was a "good person".
Realana Mitchell said: "She loved her kids, her grandchildren. She was an easy person to talk to - she would've listened, she would've done anything for anybody. It's just so sad, the news that we got."