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- Updates for Wednesday 13 July 2016
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Broadcaster Colin Murray has announced on Twitter he is to quit his morning radio show on TalkSport, following its parent company's buy-out by News Corp.
The presenter, who is originally from Northern Ireland, said his position would be made "unsustainable" by the "future working relationship" between TalkSport and The Sun, which News Corp also owns.
The UK's new Prime Minister, Theresa May, says she will strengthen the United Kingdom and the common bond that unites its nations.
Speaking outside Downing Street, she said: "Not everybody knows this, but the full title of my party is the Conservative and Unionist Party and that word unionist is very important to me.
"It means we believe in the union, the precious, precious bond between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland."
Why were Ballysillan members left 'isolated' at a police barricade on Twelfth of July?
The owners of Quintin Castle near Portaferry have applied for planning permission to convert it to a boutique hotel.
The Anglo-Norman castle was originally built in the 12th Century by John De Courcy.
If David Cameron is looking for a new job as he steps down as prime minister, he was given plenty of ideas by Ulster Unionist MP Danny Kinahan.
Paying tribute to Mr Cameron during his final Prime Minister's Questions, the MP said there were vacancies as manager of the English football team, presenter of Top Gear and the next occupant of the White House.
The News Letter reports that about 100,000 people are attending the annual sham fight at Scarva, County Down.
The DUP leader and First Minister Arlene Foster has been appointed to the Privy Council.
Deputy party leader Nigel Dodds MP "warmly congratulated" her appointment.
"Today's appointment is a testament to the fact that Arlene, as our first minister and party leader, is held in high esteem not only in Northern Ireland but throughout the United Kingdom," he said. ."
A human skull has been found in the back garden of house in County Dublin, gardaí (Irish police) have said.
The discovery was made by a man who was carrying out gardening work at his home in Killakee, Firhouse. He reported the find to officers on Tuesday evening.
Graeme McDowell admits his record at The Open should be better, as he prepares for the third major of the season at Royal Troon.
The Northern Ireland man had his best chance at Royal Lytham in 2012 but ended joint fifth behind winner Ernie Els after dropping four shots on the back nine.
Ulster will kick-off their 2016-17 Pro12 campaign on Friday, 2 September at home to Newport Gwent Dragons.
The fixtures, published on Wednesday, see champions Connacht take on Glasgow in Galway, while beaten finalists Leinster host Treviso.
An independent councillor from Ballycastle, County Antrim, has been released on police bail after being arrested during an Orange Order parade in the town on 12 July.
Padraig McShane said he would be referring the matter to the Police Ombudsman and was considering legal action.
Presenter of Top Gear? England job? Ulster Unionist MP Danny Kinahan had a few ideas for what David might do next.
Work needs to speed up to secure the benefits of the common travel area on both sides of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the outgoing Prime Minister has said.
"We do need to make sure that as we leave the EU, we work out how to keep the benefits of the common travel area.
"Hard work is being done now with civil servants in Northern Ireland, in Whitehall but also in the Republic of Ireland, and that work needs to quicken," David Cameron told the House of Commons at his last Prime Minister's Question Time.
Rory McIlroy's lack of appreciation for the Olympics is unacceptable and golf's place should be reconsidered, says squash player Laura Massaro.
McIlroy is among several top players who will not attend Rio, where golf returns to the games after 112 years. He says he never "aspired to" compete, while former world squash champion Massaro insists her sport would consider the Olympics as its pinnacle.
Former Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary of State Vernon Coaker believes only one candidate should run against Jeremy Corbyn if Labour is to stand a chance of winning the next general election.
"We cannot have a situation where Jeremy is in a leadership battle with Owen Smith and Angela Eagle. That would be clearly ridiculous," he said.
Outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron says Northern Ireland is stronger now than when he came to power six years ago.
At his final Prime Minister's Question Time, Mr Cameron said there were now 58,000 more people in work, inward investment was at record levels and policing and justice had been devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly.