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Good evening. gifted United the result.

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A man injured in a crash yesterday in Coleraine has died.

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He was 29-year-old Reginald Diamond from Upperlands.

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Just one car was involved in the crash on the Curragh Road.

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A 32-year-old woman has been arrested in Carrickfergus

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in connection with the murder of high profile loyalist

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Two men appeared in court yesterday charged with his murder.

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Two women were rescued from Divis mountain in Belfast late last night

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after contacting the emergency services by using Facebook

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One of the pair had a suspected broken leg.

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The coastguard was then able to locate the women

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A police helicopter took them to hospital for treatment.

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A ship with specialist equipment has arrived at Blacksod Bay off

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the County Mayo coast to assist in the search for three missing

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The pilot was recovered from the sea but died later in hospital.

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The search for the other three crew members has been

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Talks to restore the Stormont institutions are set

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Local politicians now have until next Monday to reach a deal.

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If no agreement is found, there could be fresh elections

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or a period of direct rule from London.

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Sinn Fein and the DUP have to resolve their differences

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on legacy, the Irish language and whether or not Arlene Foster

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The British and Irish governments say they're remaining positive.

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The Alliance Party and the SDLP had this to say on the Sunday

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I'm certain that this can be done in the course of a week. We've been in

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more difficult spots where things have moved over a shorter time frame

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than this in the past. All the issues have been around for a time

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and have been talked around by the parties, but it is time for the

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parties to make that serious commitment to get the up and running

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and functioning. Side we're hopeful, but if we're being honest, the last

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two weeks have been little more than shadow-boxing from our perspective.

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We've been disappointed and frustrated that there hasn't been

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around the table call from that parties. We are looking to have that

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happen tomorrow or as early as possible because that needs to

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happen. And you can see more

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from Sunday Politics tonight Rugby, Ireland denied England

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a successive Grand Slam and ended their world record run

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of wins with a 13-9 victory The win secured a second place

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finish in the Six Nations table and Ireland's place as one

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of the top seeds for Our reporter Nial Foster

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was at the Aviva Stadium. Without having to touch a ball,

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England arrived as the 2017 Six Nations champions. With the record a

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cooling 18 test winds in a row, they were bidding for greatness. Standing

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in their way, shoulder to shoulder, it fired up Ireland aimed to rile up

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the visitors. Despite having to reject the forward line... And they

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exchanged penalty kicks for their respective sides. But it was Ireland

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that was tactically intelligent, with Rory Best at the helm, his call

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for a lineout ultimately lead to Ian Henderson Crossing the whitewash.

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After Wales, we knew our championship was gone, we couldn't

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wind. But what we could do was ensure that England didn't have the

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Grand Slam, their record run was just the cherry on top. We went out

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there tonight, we only had one thing to do, which was try and match them

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up front, not just match them but beat him up front. As the second

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half developed, England started to stamp their authority. They pulled

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back three points, but in a ferocious encounter, a battered and

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bruised Jonathan Sexton restored the 7-point advantage. They did knock

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over another penalty kick, but the English roses started to wilt as an

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experienced Irish side held firm. Apologies for the slight loss of

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sound. In Gaelic football, Cavan pulled off

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a surprise two point win over Mayo in the Allianz football league

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to give themselves a fighting chance While Monaghan beat Roscommon to go

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joint top in Division One. There were also wins

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for Fermanagh, Antrim and Armagh. Derry's defeat by Galway leaves them

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at the bottom of Division two. Last night, Donegal beat Tyrone

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and Down lost to Kildare. Now a look ahead to a story

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that our investigations reporter This week, across BBC News Northern

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Ireland, we tell the story of how we confronted as self-confessed a child

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abuser who never faced justice for the crimes he admitted in Northern

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Ireland but is leaving here freely in northern Canada. That is this

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week on BBC Newsline. And on BBC online.

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Now here's Barra with the weather forecast.

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We have some good news in this forecast. Tomorrow is the spring

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equinox, we get it cool amount of day or night, with the brighter

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nights winning over from now on. As for this coming week, it will turn

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quite chilly. We can expect snow over the hills and mountains, maybe

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the odd flurries over the lower levels, some frosty nights and icy

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patches possible as well. Tonight, temperature settling around four or

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five Celsius. The winds will pick up towards the north coast as well,

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blustery conditions by tomorrow morning. Through the day tomorrow,

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the wind will gradually begin to use and it will be a mixed day. You will

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be some showers out there, but we can expect some good gaps of

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sunshine to come and go as well. Over the mountains, as the showers

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pass across, they be some sleet and snow, maybe the odd flurry in the

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low levels. If you are travelling tomorrow, a band of rain moves

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across the South East, some of it heavy. Writing up behind it, by the

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middle of the afternoon through Ireland, Scotland, bringing up,

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though some hail, sleet and snow across Scotland. Through the

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evening, the scattered showers will come and go, with the south-westerly

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and westerly winds, temperatures just managing 819 Celsius. Down on

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what has been recently. Normal for this time a year. As for tomorrow

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night, turning Chile for all, maybe some snow. -- turning chilly. Factor

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in the winds, it will feel closer to freezing. As we edge our way through

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the middle of the week, towards the end of the week, we can expect good

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gaps of sunshine. The odd shower is always in the forecast, but colder

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by day and by night. Our next BBC Newsline bulletin

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is at 10:20pm tonight. From everyone on the BBC

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Newsline team, goodbye.

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