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- Updates for Thursday 28 April 2016
- The GAA is to submit new plans for the redevelopment of Casement Park in Belfast
- Police are investigating a "serious incident" in parkland in County Tyrone
- Second group of Syrian refugees arrive in Northern Ireland
- Picture: Peace Bridge over the River Foyle, County Londonderry (by James Gardiner)
There's been a shooting in Hillmount Park in Tobermore, County Londonderry.
It happened in the early hours of this morning. Two shots were fired at the front of a house. No-one was hurt.
A man in his 20s is in hospital after he was attacked in Newtownabbey on Wednesday.
Traffic at a standstill past Stockman's Lane entry towards Broadway.
An Enniskillen school is sharing in the celebrations after Pope Francis approved the beatification of one of its former pupils.
Fr John Sullivan, born in Dublin in 1861 and educated at Portora Royal School, has been recognised for his work with the sick and the dying.
There are delays leaving Belfast from the Westlink to the M1 and the M2 due to two separate collisions approaching Broadway and Yorkgate. Motorists should seek alternative routes if possible.
A three-person panel has been appointed to carry out an investigation into De La Salle College in Belfast.
Education expert, Prof Sir Robert Salisbury, trade unionist John Corey and the Principal of Belfast Metropolitan College Marie-Thérèse McGivern will conduct the investigation.
Police investigating the rape of a woman in Peatlands Park in Dungannon, yesterday, have released a description of the man they want to talk to.
He's described as being in his 20s, about 6 ft tall, with chubby cheeks and droopy eyes. Police say he was also wearing dark clothing and a hi-vis jacket.
There are fears for the future of about 50 jobs in Belfast at security firm Brinks amid claims the operation is set to close, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
The cash-transit company restocks cash points in Northern Ireland.
Gordon Young sent us this picture from Maghaberry. The toy bunny looks happy enough sheltering from the snow.
BBC One's Flog It! has been filming in Cultra today, with dozens of people taking their antiques and family heirlooms to the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum for an expert valuation.
Presenter Paul Martin will hopefully have helped a few of you to earn a pound or two at auction!
A 22-year-old man's been arrested this morning over a serious assault in Bangor on Sunday.
A man, 45, was injured during the attack outside a taxi office on High Street.
A depressed mother who killed her youngest son because she feared she had given him "bad genes" has been given probation.
The 32-year-old, who admitted infanticide, was described in court as "tormented and broken".
How's this for a way to celebrate an 82nd birthday? Jordanstown granny Jill Aspinwall has abseiled 160ft down the Europa Hotel for charity to mark her big day, the Newtownabbey Times reports.
"My grandchildren have been calling me 'Spidergran'!" she says. Fair play, Jill!
Carl Frampton's world featherweight title bout with defending champion Leo Santa Cruz will take place on 30 July in New York.
Santa Cruz's WBA Super World featherweight title will be on the line in the bout, with Frampton aiming to become the first Northern Ireland boxer to win world titles at different weights.