19/03/2017 BBC Newsline

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


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


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


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


in connection with the murder of high profile loyalist


The 44-year-old was shot in his car on Pinewood Avenue on Monday


Two men appeared in court yesterday charged with his murder.


A 32-year-old woman arrested earlier today has been released.


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


after contacting the emergency services by using Facebook


One of the pair had a suspected broken leg.


The coastguard was then able to locate the women


Rugby, Ireland denied England a successive Grand Slam


and ended their world record run of wins with a 13-9 victory


The win secured a second place finish in the Six Nations table


and Ireland's place as one of the top seeds for


Our reporter Nial Foster was at the Aviva Stadium.


Without having to touch a ball, England arrived as the 2017


Six Nations champions. With a record equalling 18


test wins in a row, they were bidding for greatness.


Standing in their way, shoulder to shoulder,


a fired up Ireland aimed to rattle the visitors.


Despite having to rejig the forward line...


And they exchanged penalty kicks for their respective sides.


But it was Ireland that were tactically intelligent,


with Rory Best at the helm, his call for a lineout ultimately


lead to Iian Henderson crossing the whitewash.


After Wales, we knew our championship was


gone, we couldn't win. But what we could do was ensure that


England didn't have the Grand Slam, their record run was just


the cherry on top. We went out there tonight,


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


front, not just match them but beat them up front.


As the second half developed, England started


to stamp their authority. They pulled back three points,


but in a ferocious encounter, a battered and bruised


Jonathan Sexton restored the 7-point advantage.


Farrell did knock over another penalty kick, but the English roses


started to wilt as an experienced Irish


side held firm. Hockey and Ireland have beaten


France in a penalty shoot-out to win France took the lead


with a Victor Charlet goal before half time at Stormont,


but Shane O'Donoghue levelled the score from a short corner


to force the shoot-out. Goalkeeper David Harte pulled off


two saves to ensure a 4-2 victory. Golf, and Rory Mcilroy's


hopes of his first win His chance of winning


the Arnold Palmer invitational in Florida ended with a bogey


on the last hole. He finished fourth, two shots behind


Marc Leishman of Australia. In Gaelic football, Cavan pulled off


a surprise two-point win over Mayo in the Allianz Football League,


while Monaghan beat Roscommon to go There were also wins


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


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


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


that our investigations reporter we tell the story of how


we confronted a self-confessed child-abuser who never faced justice


for the crimes he admitted -- committed in Northern Ireland,


but is living here freely Good Morning Ulster


and on BBC Online. Let's get a look at the weather


forecast for the new If you're a fan of the brighter


nights, good news, it is spring equinox and the brighter nights will


start to creep in. Just one week to go until the clocks go forward. This


week, it turns noticeably chilly. Sleet and no for the hills, frosty


nights as well with some patches of ice. But we avoid that tonight as


temperature settle at four or five Celsius. The winds pick up for a


time, especially towards the North coast, but the winds should start to


ease as we headed to tomorrow. Tomorrow itself, a handful of


showers coming and going, but in between them we can expect some


sunshine as well. A colder feeling day, temperatures just managing


seven or eight Celsius. Showers coming in from the Atlantic, maybe


the odd flurry to lower levels, but not amounting to much at all. The


more unsettled picture will be across England and Wales, rain


across the South East, maybe some thunder in that as well. Brightening


up behind it, or the middle of the afternoon, it is a day of sunshine


and showers with wintry showers reserved for the high ground of


Scotland and Ireland in the afternoon. The showers will continue


to come and go through the day, but so will the spells of sunshine.


Temperatures will be back to normal for the time of the year. They may


feel a little bit colder than we've been used to lately. It will be


especially chilly tomorrow night as temperatures dip into freezing up


below, allowing some patches of ice to form, may be to low levels as


well. As a result, Tuesday morning, quite a chilly start through the


day, temperatures are really going to struggle. Some of us managing


just four or five Celsius. Sunshine through the day, odd scattered


showers. Through the middle of the week, to the end of the week, colder


by day, chilly or by night. Our next BBC Newsline


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Newsline team, good night.