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Update: Police give further details on Portadown double murder

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People take advantage of the good weather and take to the beach at Seapark in Co Down.  
Lexi Dempster(7) from Castlereagh enjoys the beach. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye.com

Hottest day of the year, but weather is due to worsen

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Elderly couple die after burglary

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Three women in Banbridge are rescued from human trafficking

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Met Office issues severe weather warning for Northern Ireland

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Annual show set for Gosford

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Yesterday was hottest day of year in Northern Ireland

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The Giant's Causeway was the most popular place to visit in Northern Ireland for tourists in 2016.

IN FULL: NI's top tourist attractions for 2016

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The heavy rain is expected to arrive in Northern Ireland in the early hours of Saturday.

VIDEO: Torrential rain to hit Northern Ireland this weekend

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Glentoran players help  fix the net during October's Irish Cup tie against rivals Linfield. Photo: Press Eye

20 of the best #IrishLeagueBehaviour tweets from last season

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Michael Dunlop on the Bennetts Suzuki at the North West 200.

TT 2017: Plater: Dunlop-Hutchy rivalry is good for the sport

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Olivia Mehaffey stops for a quick selfie with Great Britain and Ireland team-mates during the Vagliano Trophy in 2015. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

GOLF: Mehaffey and Wilson on Vagliano panel

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Glenn Irwin celebrates his NW200 Superbike win with a burnout on the PBM Ducati.

COMMENT: Swashbuckling Irwin produces defining moment of 2017 NW200

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NI Gun Club members form guard of honour at funeral

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NW200: Super Seeley sparkles with Saturday treble

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NW200: Irwin wins headline Superbike race at first attempt

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NW200: Alastair Seeley claims 19th victory in Supersport race

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Pupils triumph at chef of year comp

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Underhill Rose come to Bronte Music Club

Music
ROMANCE IS MUSIC TO NI FESTIVAL GOERS EARS&Festival goers Anna Henry and Taylor Kirk arent ruling out romance at one of this summers festivals following the results of a survey by Boost which found that 62% of NI music lovers admitted they would be up for finding romance at a festival. To celebrate the launch of its new Limited Edition Pomberri Blast flavour, which is the perfect accompaniment to festivals, the leading drinks company asked the NI public to tell them their favourite things about the hottest summer music events.

NI Festival lovers say they are open to romance

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Benone beach is a must-see.

11 of Northern Ireland's most beautiful beaches

Lifestyle

Andrea loses an amazing 16 stones and says a big yes to dress shopping!

Lifestyle

Pupils triumph at chef of year comp

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