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This is BBC Newsline and these are tonight's headlines.

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The police investigate allegations relating to this nursing home

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A judge allows heat scheme boiler owners to challenge plans

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Arlene Foster says the March election could be the most

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The Lord Chief Justice defends his handling of legacy inquests.

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A dancer and holocaust survivor is remembered by the city

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It is very fitting that a plaque in her memory is here at an arts centre

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in Belfast where she worked. All the way from from

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Tigers Bay to topping the bill in Las Vegas -

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Carl Frampton is just one day away from the biggest

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fight of his career. And some long awaited sunshine

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is on the way for tomorrow. I'll be back with the full

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weekend forecast. The police have confirmed

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they are carrying out an investigation into allegations

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relating to a nursing home in County Armagh

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which closed yesterday. Glenview care home in Portadown

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agreed to close after the latest in a series

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of critical inspection reports. Here's our south east

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reporter Gordon Adair. The problems here at Glenview date

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back some two and a half years to September 2014 when an initial

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inspection was carried out that raised serious concerns. The home

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undertook to correct those issues but it led to a series of follow-up

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inspections and in 2016 to failure to comply notices were issued.

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Yesterday another alleged inspector -- inspection was carried out as the

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owner applied for cancellation of its registration. The home currently

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has around 20 residents who will now come under the care of the local

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health trust. Today the police told the BBC that allegations were being

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directed by the public protection Branch and specially trained social

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workers from the public health and social care trust. They did not give

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any details of the allegations but said the safeguarding of vulnerable

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victims was a priority for the PSNI. Companies with RHI boilers have been

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told they can go ahead with a court action against plans

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to publish their names. But it's not clear how many

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will continue to benefit from a temporary injunction

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preventing publication Our agriculture and

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environment correspondent Between 500 and 600 border owners

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are not party to a group action seeking to stop the publication of

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their names. Today they were told it could go to a full hearing. Mr

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Justice Dini said I case had been made that a plan to publish could be

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in breach of human rights, that protection contract law and should

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be protected but there was a twist. Nothing has been straightforward

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about this story from the start and The 600 members of the renewable

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heat Association who are part of this group action can

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challenge the plans to publicly name them at a hearing but we do not

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know how many of them will anonymity that was afforded to them

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by this court this week. That's because there are three

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categories of people in the action - those listed under their own names,

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those whose company name would easily identify them and those

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trading purely under It was argued that those

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with a corporate identity That'll be decided next week ahead

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of a full hearing The judge has said he will

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hold what is called to ensure that the decision

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on whether these boiler owners can be named will be heard

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before polling day. The DUP Leader, Arlene Foster,

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says the forthcoming Assembly election might be the most important

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poll since the 1998 In an interview for the BBC Radio

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Ulster Inside Politics programme, Arlene Foster said the election

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was not a referendum She also said her former adviser

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Dr Andrew Crawford will be cleared by the judicial inquiry due to get

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under way in the coming days. Here's our political

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correspondent Stephen Walker. The election campaign is now under

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way. In an interview for BBC Radio Ulster, Arlene Foster made it clear

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how she viewed the forthcoming poll. This is a hugely important election,

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maybe the most important since the 1998 agreement because it will

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decide the future direction of Northern Ireland. You may find that

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strange given we have election eight months ago but a lot of issues have

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arisen in relation to the religion ship between Sinn Fein and the DUP.

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She claimed her former adviser Doctor Andrew Crawford will be

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cleared by the judicial inquiry. He resigned after civil servant Andrew

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McCormick said he thought Doctor Crawford was the special adviser who

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used his influence to delay the introduction of excessively high

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tariffs. When Doctor Crawford resigned, he insisted he had acted

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with integrity. Today Sinn Fein accused Arlene Foster of prejudging

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the investigation. Arlene Foster is interfering by telling the public

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who will be cleared so she is an apparel universe if she does not

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realise her standing is not that high. Question about the RHI scheme

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remain unanswered. Who knew what and when and what decisions were taken?

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The inquiry begins its work next week but there will be no public

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hearings until after the Assembly election. And to some, that

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timetable places voters in a quandary. Now people are being asked

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to cast their judgment on the government that brought us does the

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Baikal under secrecy culture around it but at the moment we just have

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spin, not facts in the public domain because of the delay of those two

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parties in agreeing to a public inquiry. Arlene Foster says that

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election is not a referendum on the handling of the RHI scheme but her

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opponents disagree. The voters will have to decide without the full

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facts but they will look at the facts that this is seven weeks on

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and the drip of something possibly corrupt will be a factor and should

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be a factor. And others say the poll in March will be about the

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performance of Sinn Fein and the DUP. This election is a referendum

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of conference in government, which include the inability of the

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Executive to produce a budget and deal with issues like RHI and many

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others. It is a referendum on the competence of Sinn Fein and the DUP.

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This election may not be a referendum on the RHI scheme but the

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subject featured today at this DUP photocall.

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The Lord Chief Justice has defended his handling of legacy inquests,

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and denied suggestions he has given priority to cases involving

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Sir Declan Morgan's remarks came in a speech to a victims group.

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How do you deal with the past without being accused of bias? That

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is one of the questions which has hampered the process, many people

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involved had to defend their neutrality. The latest is Northern

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Ireland's most senior judge. Lord Declan Morgan issued a statement

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hitting back at his handling of the legacy inquest. He said...

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It is the second time in two months that he has defended his actions and

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insisted he is acting evenhandedly. My commitment has been to try to see

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the broader picture and ensure that word the judiciary can contribute to

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all those areas of the past which have to be addressed in relation to

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all the victims and survivors, that we do what we can to help them. In

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today's statement Sir Declan expressed frustration at the lack of

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political progress in dealing with the past. He recognised that

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everything is now on hold until after the election, and choosing his

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words carefully he said we are now in a period of inaction that will

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carry through until the end of March at the very least.

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The Northern Ireland Environment Agency's investigating a diesel

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spill after a boat sank in Portaferry harbour.

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The Exploris Aquarium at Portaferry and a marine laboratory attached

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to Queen's University nearby have both closed their sea

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The Regina Caelis has been moored at Portaferry

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Despite plans to refurbish it and take it to further shores,

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And by this morning, its fate was sealed.

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I look out of the bedroom window and saw the mast lying over and I knew

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what had happened because it was on the card, it was going to happen.

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What kind of shape of this boat been in since it has been in the water

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here? It hasn't been in great shape at all. People were trying to work

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out to get it to go, but they weren't making much of a shift that

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had to get it to go. Up to 1000 litres of fuel on board

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is now seeping its way across the water, aided

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by the wind and current. Strangford Lough is an important

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marine environment with international protection -

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not good news for wildlife. The spillage is also

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a problem for fishermen, meaning any lobsters in pots are now

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inedible - but specialist teams are have been brought

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in for the clean-up. If you are going to have a pollutant

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diesel is one of the least offensive. We find it breaks down

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and evaporates with the action of the sea and waves, it floats on the

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surface so it doesn't get into the water far so we're not overly

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concerned, this isn't a major disaster. The Regina Caelis one save

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again but it could be months before it is gone from this water. Its

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final journey to the scrap yard will be a massive undertaking -- the

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Regina Caelis will never sail again. Still to come... I can't quite

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believe this has all come together and it is a functional boat. We look

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at the traditional Irish boat set to make a splash on the Lagan.

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A series of events are being staged this week to remember the 354 people

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who lost their lives in a major maritime tragedy a century ago.

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They were passengers on a liner called the Laurentic which was built

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A new exhibition tells the tragic story, as Keiron Tourish reports.

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A lament in honour of those who died on the Laurentic,

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and in the audience, relatives of those who perished

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Survivors and relatives were hosted by the Mayor in the Guildhall

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a century ago and a photpgraph was taken for future generations.

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Today the current first citizen, Hilary McClintock, welcomed families

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from throughout Ireland and Canada - all who'd lost loved ones.

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I lost my great uncle and he was on his way home on leave when the ship

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went down and his body was never recovered. My grandfather was on the

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boat and was lost and never found, so we presume he is on the sea bed

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somewhere and it is hugely important to us to date because we have one

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photograph only of him in his entire life, from his wedding day.

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The Laurentic sank off the coast of Donegal on January 25th 1917.

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The liner was carrying 479 passengers who were mostly naval

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It hit two explosive mines laid by German U-boats.

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Many made it onto lifeboats but due to the extreme cold -

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it was -13 degrees - they tragically lost their lives.

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The official death toll was 354 with 121 survivors.

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Some of them did make it to shore but many froze to death and the ship

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went down quite quickly to the bottom of the sea where it lies

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today. The SS Laurentic was laiden

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with gold bullion to buy The estimated value today

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would be ?250 million. Most of that was recovered

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by the government. But it's thought around 22 gold bars

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still remain on the sea bed. Over the years divers

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have tried to find it. It's proved elusive for 85-year-old

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Ray Cossum whose family bought However the former Royal Navy member

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remains proud the city I'm thrilled to bits, that's enough

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treasure to me to see these men who lost their lives remembered. The

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exhibition here in the park Museum runs until the 25th of June. --

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Tower Museum. Helen Lewis came to Belfast

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having survived the Nazi and went on to make a lasting impact

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here as a choreographer Today, on Holocaust Memorial Day,

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a blue plaque in her honour was unveiled

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at the Crescent Arts Centre. Our education and arts correspondent

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Robbie Meredith was there. She grew in Czechoslovakia, and,

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as a Jew, faced the worst Those who were not fit and well

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and healthy enough any longer to work were loaded onto a lorry

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and it departed with them into the main camp, straight

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into the gas chambers. Helen was a professional

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dancer before she survived the concentration camps

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where the Nazis killed After the war, she

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arrived in Belfast. At a very difficult point in the

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concentration camp where she was very ill, she was told she would

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never dance again, it was unlikely she would ever survive.

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She was too ill and too damaged to ever contemplate

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returning to dance or teaching, but over time she did and dance became

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It is true also that than saved her life and her enemies in the end did

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not defeat. Today a permanent memorial

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to her was unveiled. Although her experiences were

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injured and had a particular period of time, so Northern Ireland has

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gone through it spurious of time and we need to look to the future and

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there are definite parallels here, lessons that can be learnt from the

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past to build a future. Helen Lewis - survivor, dancer,

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teacher, inspiration - Traditional boats are set to return

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to the Lagan this weekend, after a group of volunteers built

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one from scratch. The currach has been around for two

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millennia and it's enjoying Louise Cullen went along

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to see the Belfast one A labour of love, for two days a

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week for almost a year these volunteers have been bringing the

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currach back to life. So much work has gone into it. We expected it to

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take less time but it has taken nine months. You start off with a pile of

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wood and it goes from there, just slowly the boat started taking

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shape. That includes steaming the oak ribs to curve them, they're

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airing canvas and tar to waterproof it and then saturating it with oil.

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It is a process unchanged in 2000 years and it has taken all hands and

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all ages on deck. I brought my kids down and we decided to help. It

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skills that children are not being taught anymore and at that stage the

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boat was at an early stage and was the other way around so all these

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nails, they had the experience of putting the nails in. As well as

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building the boat, many of the volunteers will help man it, sharing

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their skills with community groups and anyone interested in rowing. I

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cannot quite believe this has all come together and it is a functional

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boat that has such great possibilities for brilliant

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expeditions. Those expeditions include forages to Scotland and

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around the coast, but for now the Lagan will be far enough.

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Carl Frampton is just a day away from the biggest

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Gavin is here with this evening's sport.

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The biggest fight of his career and biggest payday.

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A journey which started in the Midland Club on Belfast's

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Shore Road over two decades ago has taken Carl Frampton to top

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In the early hours of Sunday morning the undefeated world champion

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puts his title on the line in a rematch with

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Thomas Kane is there for BBC Newsline.

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Las Vegas is the gambling capital of the world

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and while the stakes are high, Carl Frampton believes it is not too

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big a risk to face three-weight world champion Leo Santa Cruz

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The Belfast boxer wants to go all in for the rest of his career

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with potentially a huge contest on the cards.

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It is the biggest payday and the biggest challenge so far

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for Carl as he aims to become the king of Vegas.

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This is the top of the boxing world, top of the bill on the MGM.

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Not too many people from the UK and Ireland get to do that.

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I'm not too many featherweights get to do it, so me and Leo are both in

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a very lucky position. Do you feel you are within touching distance of

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becoming a superstar? It's a big deal, I don't like words like

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superstar, I think in terms of being a boxer I am very good and we are

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doing our thing. I think the fan base I have at the moment, there is

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not another fighter in the world that has a fan base like this.

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Have you had any chance to interact with fans?

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I've done a little bit, I've been walking around shaking

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hands and people seem to be enjoying themselves.

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And there are more people coming and arriving, so at this point I'm

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trying my best to hide but I been doing a little bit and will do some

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more with the fans after the fight. He's like a little brother to me,

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I'm so proud to see his name in lights in Vegas. We always said over

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the years we would love to see crop front and boxy and it's a dream come

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true for myself. We got in the taxi from the airport and he was on the

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buses and the billboards, and we think, it's just Carl, you can't

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believe what he has achieved. The support he's got has done him a

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massive favour and they are doing him proud and the noise they make in

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the arena will make a big impact for him, he's confident, he's saying all

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the right things, for me I think it will be another barnstormer, a tough

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fight but he's in no real danger of losing this. He's got eyes in his

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blood. He's the most die under pressure, the more pressure the more

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cooler and composed he gets. I believe it will be another

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blockbuster fight, so exciting. So far in his professional

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career Carl Frampton has 23 fights and 23 wins,

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but victory number 24 on the biggest stage of all would propel him

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to another level within the sport. Another rematch closer to home sees

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Bank of Ireland McKenna Cup holders Tyrone take on Derry tomorrow under

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lights in Newry. Last year it took extra-time

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for Mickey Harte's men to edge out their neighbours and the Tyrone

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manager is expecting The sound bites coming out of their

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camp are that there are a lot of people there who have decided to

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stay and give their lot with Gerry and maybe there are some people gone

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that they would have used that they want the people there to be

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committed and they seem to be committed to the Jersey and that is

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the most difficult thing to beat, not a name for someone with a record

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that people who work wearing the jersey and want to fight for it and

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we hope we have people of the same opinion and that should make for an

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interesting contest. We'll have extended highlights

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of that final on the BBC iPlayer and Sport NI website

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from Sunday evening. Tomorrow in Dublin history beckons

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for Northern Ireland's only Womens' The Ulster Rockets, boosted by a few

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imports from the USA, are through to the final

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of the All-Ireland Senior Cup. The Ulster rockets and training for

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the biggest match in the team's history, the senior women's cup

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final in an All-Ireland competition. It's huge, especially this year

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because we have two American players and that is a new rule brought in by

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basketball Ireland and it has impacted women's basketball, they

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are not only great players but they do a lot of coaching so we are

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getting great crowds, for the first time we are filling the hole with

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young people these girls are coaching. And the visitors are

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enjoying the experience. It's different from the states, it's not

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like a first sport here so you get a different feel but it's also fun

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because you have to teach the girls and can make some of them loved and

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that makes it worth that. We coach here with the girls under 14 is and

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at Lisburn, we coach a lot of girls, anything to keep them out of

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trouble. A win this weekend would be a massive boost to the team and the

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sport in Northern Ireland. It would be amazing, it would spread more

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awareness of girls basketball, especially in Northern Ireland. We

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have greeted more awareness, even with my family everyone has been

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more engaged now. There are rockets take on the Marble city hawks of

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Kilkenny in the final this Sunday. Our weekend BBC Newsline

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bulletins will bring Carl Frampton's fight is live

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on BBC Radio Ulster and 5live And good luck to him. Cecilia is

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here with the weekend weather forecast.

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We've got to the last weekend of January, some mixed weather to come,

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we will see some blue sky like here in Portstewart but it will be chilly

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in places tonight, a touch of frost and eyes, most of the patchy rain

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clearing away soon, a few showers moving in from the West but clearing

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skies and temperatures will drop close to freezing in the countryside

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said there is a risk of frost and ice and one or two mist and fog

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patches. For the weekend, a bright day on Saturday, cloudier on Sunday,

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still some doubt as to how much rain we will see on Sunday so stay tuned

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to the forecast if you have plans and both nights will see bad bit of

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frost and ice. Tomorrow looks like the drier and brighter day, a lot of

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sunshine in most places, it will start misty and murky in places with

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fog patches lifting and a bit chilly but lots of dry weather in the

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morning, any showers largely confined to Donegal and the far

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north-west. Temperatures are banked on where they should be for January,

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any showers mainly over parts of the North West into parts of Tyrone and

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Fermanagh and much of the day will be dry and bright, so pretty good

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for any sporting activities, but later the showers will come south

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and east, so there will be some sharp around tomorrow evening,

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temperatures could fall close to freezing which will give us a risk

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of frost and eyes. On Sunday the system comes in across the Republic

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of Ireland, bringing rain, then slides East, and it looks like the

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further north you are the drier and brighter it will be. Temperatures

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around average on Monday but there is milder weather on the way back

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next week. Thanks for watching, and have a

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great weekend. Goodbye.

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