Actor Daniel Radcliffe's great-great-uncle, Ernest McDowell, was born in County Down. During World War One he fought alongside three of his brothers. As part of the latest series of Who Do You Think You Are, the film star explores his family connections and reads a letter written by his ancestor. You can watch the episode in full on Monday 22 July, BBC One at 21:00 BST.
East Belfast MP Gavin Robinson has said the new PSNI chief constable must act on his commitment to take on the loyalist paramilitary group, the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).
"It's encouraging to hear what the chief constable has had to say... but the community want action," he said.
Last week, Chief Constable Simon Byrne said the PSNI would "not tolerate" the UVF and would "take it on using all the powers".
Mr Byrne made the comments following tensions surrounding a bonfire in the grounds of the Avoniel Leisure Centre in east Belfast.
A woman has died in a car accident in Armagh on Sunday.
She was driving one of two cars involved in a collision at the junction of Loughgall Road and Ballybrannon Road at 14:45 BST on Sunday.
Police are appealing for information.
PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Barbara Gray said talks about Eleventh Night bonfires for next year must begin now.
The NI fire service says this year's Eleventh Night was the quietest in four years.
Murder detectives find Pat McCormick's body after information was passed to the investigation.
Police have said they are investigating after a video emerged of some Tyrone senior football players singing a rebel song as a band parade passed their bus.
Supt Mike Baird said: "This is being treated as a hate incident at this time and we will investigate to establish if any offences have been committed."
It appeared someone on the bus shouted a sectarian phrase relating to Protestants.
Tyrone senior football manager Mickey Harte apologised after the video emerged.
The teddies will be distributed by the police, the ambulance service and domestic violence charities.
Reports of domestic abuse increase over the summer months, says the PSNI.
Three men have been arrested after shots were fired at a flat in Lisburn on Wednesday morning.
It happened at about 01:45 BST on the Ballynahinch Road.
One man was in the flat but was uninjured.
The road remains closed and traffic is being diverted to Kensington Park towards Saintfield Road and, from the Ballynahinch side, via Waterloo Road.
Police believe the gunman fled in a white Honda Jeep.
Det Con Maxwell said three males in the car, aged 20, 24 and 31, were arrested on suspicion of a number of offences.
Detectives have not yet established a motive and a number of searches are taking place in the area.
The family of a man whose throat was slashed in his Larne home condemn the "brutal" murder, as his killer is jailed.
A historic building in County Antrim has been destroyed in an overnight blaze.
Firefighters and three appliances were called to Steeple House on Steeple Road in Antrim at 05:30 BST on Tuesday 2 July.
The old building was used in past years for Antrim Borough Council meetings, but is now no longer in use.
The mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman John Smyth said it was "a great loss of an historic building and well-known Antrim landmark".
Simon Byrne sworn in as new PSNI chief constable