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Margaret Gallagher has lived in an off-grid cottage near the Irish border in County Fermanagh since 1942. Visitors often expect to find her "sitting in the corner wearing a long black dress and a white apron" but Margaret, 77, refuses to be stereotyped. "I am my own person, I have my own identity," she said. "I am doing it because I like doing it, not because I am a hippy, that I think it's new and fashionable." Watch Margaret explain how her family missed the opportunity to update their home in the 1950s - and why she never caught up with the modern world.
The PSNI has been speaking to farmers at the Balmoral Show, offering advice on preventing rural crime.
With the final results confirmed, here's our highlights reel of the 2019 council polls.
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The election has produced an intriguing set of results. Stay tuned to the BBC News NI website over the coming days for more reaction and analysis.
Alliance - 53
DUP - 122
SDLP - 59
Sinn Féin - 105
UUP - 75
Others - 48
Alliance leader Naomi Long explains why she thinks voters rewarded the party at the polls.