A man has been arrested in connection with an alleged serious sexual assault on a 16-year-old boy.
- Updates for Monday 18 July 2016
- A man dies after an accident at the Terex plant in Omagh
- A Book of Condolence for the victims of the Nice attack will open later in Belfast
- New secretary of state James Brokenshire will visit Northern Ireland for the first time in his new role
- Picture: Silent Valley, County Down (by Mervyn Robb)
Many people from Northern Ireland have travelled abroad to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Somme this summer, but a new photographic exhibition in the grounds of Belfast City Hall allows them to reflect on the experiences of relatives from a vantage point closer to home.
Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter says his Irish Premiership title holders will learn from their Champions League match against FC Copenhagen.
The Crues travelled to Denmark trailing 3-0 from the first leg in Belfast.
A Newtownabbey man has said he was "sickened" to discover he had lost more than £700 and had to pay up twice to save his summer holiday.
It followed the collapse of holiday booking company Lowcost Travelgroup. Stuart Briers from Rathcoole found out on Friday that the company had gone into liquidation.
Two men have been rescued after getting into difficulty on bodyboards in the sea at Portrush.
They became trapped at the mouth of a cave at Whiterocks beach on Sunday. Three RNLI lifeguards brought them to safety before treating them on the beach.
The new Northern Ireland secretary says it's difficult to see how the region can remain in the EU.
James Brokenshire, who campaigned to remain in the EU, adds that people need to unite and respect the outcome of last month's referendum.
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams says he is "glad" to have Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin’s support for holding a referendum on removing the Irish border.
"It is incumbent on all of us who aspire to a united Ireland to become persuaders for a referendum, and I hope he will join with Sinn Féin and others in that endeavour," Mr Adams says.
BBC Sport NI
We all know the song by now, but it seems Will Grigg's still blazing away, with the Northern Ireland striker receiving as many votes as France midfielder Paul Pogba in Uefa's search for Europe's best player.
Journalists voted for their five best-ranked players of last season, with Grigg coming 25th, while Gareth Bale and Lionel Messi made the 10-man shortlist.
What a day it's turning out to be, perfect for harvesting this year's winter barley. Wilfred Swain sent us this shot from Watson's farm in Dundrum, with the mountains of Mourne in the background.
Make sure you check out our weather forecast to see how long the sun's going to stay with us!
Police are investigating the report of a sexual assault on a 16-year-old boy in west Belfast in the early hours of Saturday.
Sinn Féin councillor Janice Austin said the "very vicious attack" in Turf Lodge was the "lowest of the low".
Credit card cover and travel insurance may be the only ways to recoup losses brought about by the collapse of holiday booking company Lowcost Travelgroup.
It went into liquidation on Friday, leaving 27,000 holiday makers in resorts and 110,000 more with bookings.
BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor
The Fivemiletown-based clothing manufacturer Cooneen Group increased its pre-tax profit by 14% to £8.3m in 2015.
The company, which produces branded children's nightwear and military body armour, also grew its turnover by almost a third from £59m to £78m.
More than £1m has been paid in compensation to drivers whose cars have been damaged by road defects in the past five years, the Irish News reports.
Last month a detailed survey revealed there are more than 100,000 potholes across Northern Ireland, the paper adds.
BBC Sport NI
Donegal lifted the GAA Ulster Minor Football Championship by beating Derry 2-10 to 1-11 at Clones yesterday.
JD Boyle and Nathan Boylan scored the goals for Donegal, who last won the minor title in 2014.
A Belfast man has been refused bail after parts of abomb were found during searches at the New Lodge in the north of the city on Thursday.
Michael Thomas Lagan, 28, of Cu Chulainn House, is charged with possession of explosives with intent to endanger life. Police told Belfast Magistrates' Court there was risk of flight and reoffending if he was released on bail.
Sinn Féin MP Paul Maskey has condemned a gun attack on a house in Norglen Parade in west Belfast.
Mr Maskey said the attack was wrong and a "frightening experience" for those involved. "These type of attacks need to end immediately", he said.