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- Updates for Tuesday 28 June 2016
- Picture: Bloody Bridge, Newcastle, County Down (by David Nixon)
- Hopes fade that a deal aimed at ending an Orange Order stand-off at north Belfast can be reached
- First Minister Arlene Foster is to ask whether the UK's EU exit could cut the cost of lowering corporation tax
- The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visit the Giant's Causeway and Bushmills in County Antrim
Former IFA treasurer David Martin is expected to be elected as the body's new president tonight.
Martin, who was voted in as one of the IFA's deputy presidents in 2013, is set to succeed Jim Shaw in the position.
A motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been passed by the party's MPs.
The 172-40 vote, which is not binding, follows resignations from the shadow cabinet and calls on Mr Corbyn to quit.
A Romanian man and woman have been jailed on charges of controlling prostitution and people trafficking in Northern Ireland.
Ionut Ilie (34) and Ancuta Schwarz (30) were arrested three years ago as part of a joint investigation involving the PSNI and Swedish police.
US President Barack Obama has said there is no need for a hysterical reaction to Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
In an interview with America's National Public Radio, Mr Obama said "a pause button had been pressed on the project of full European integration".
Golfer Shane Lowry has followed fellow Irishman Rory McIlroy in pulling out of the Olympics in Rio due to concerns about the Zika Virus.
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Two Northern Ireland MEPs say they are not turning their backs on Europe in the wake of the EU referendum.
The DUP's Diane Dodds tells the European Parliament the EU and the UK can work closely together, while Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson pleads for Northern Ireland to be allowed to stay in the EU.
A small group of parents have held a protest at the gates of De La Salle College in west Belfast on the last day of term.
There have been ongoing industrial problems at the school.
Noel Playfair is waiting patiently at Coleraine train station for the Queen and Prince Philip to arrive.
He's one of the steam train drivers who'll be taking the Royal couple along the line to Bellarena as part of their visit to the north coast.
A murder victim was stabbed about 200 times in a "frenzied and repeated attack", a Belfast court has heard.
The body of 23-year-old Kyle Neil, who was from Belfast had been living in Bangor, was found in the boot of a car in south Belfast in April last year.
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Unregulated dredging of sand from Lough Neagh is an "extraordinarily flagrant breach" of planning law that would not be expected in "the most primitive dictatorship", a court has been told.
The Friends of the Earth group has taken a judicial review of a ministerial decision not to stop it immediately.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are on the north coast as part of their two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Their first stop on a busy day of public engagements was a tour of the Giant's Causeway, a Unesco World Heritage Site, in County Antrim.