Lady Justice Hallett confirmed there are two other cases where letters were sent in error in a scheme which was kept quiet.
The findings of a four-month inquiry into On-The-Runs letters are unlikely to appease the families of IRA victims.
The Belfast bakery that refused to make a cake featuring a pro-gay marriage design said they are standing up for their Christian beliefs.
Unexplained rash? Check your iPad, because it may contain nickel.
The most common allergy-inducing metal was discovered in various electronic devices, including laptops and mobile phones.
But an Apple iPad was found to be the culprit of an itchy rash which covered the body of an 11-year-old boy in America recently.
Apple spokesman Chris Gaither said reactions like this were 'extremely rare' and added the company's products were made from the highest quality materials which met the same strict standards for jewellery in both the US and Europe.
Research shows women tend to react more to nickel than men. But it doesn't mean you have to stop using your iPad as a protective cover on the plastic coating should stop nickel coming into contact with skin.
A suspicious package found at a sorting office in Northern Ireland was a viable letter bomb, police said.
A spokeswoman for the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said: "Police are currently attending a security alert following the discovery of a suspicious package at the postal sorting office in Mallusk Road, Newtownabbey."
Army Technical Officers were tasked to the scene.
The spokeswoman said it was later declared a "a viable letter bomb type device."
Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland has praised the Queen as a passionate supporter of the Northern Ireland peace process after they held their first ever one to one meeting.
The Sinn Fein veteran and former IRA commander described his ten minute private audience with the monarch at Hillsborough Castle in Co Down as "very nice" and "useful".
It was the Queen's third encounter with Mr McGuinness but their first on an individual to individual basis, an event that some see as an effort to 'normalise' relations between Irish republicans and the British establishment in the post conflict era.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will begin a three day official visit to Northern Ireland later today.
The Royal Couple will land at George Best Belfast City Airport before making their way to their official residence at Hillsborough Castle.
At the castle her Majesty is due to meet Stormont's First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.
The Queen and Duke last visited Northern Ireland in 2012 as part of her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
That occasion proved highly symbolic in terms of the peace process as it marked the first occasion the Queen met Mr McGuinness.
The Northern Ireland policing watchdog - speaking of a gun attack on Gerry Adams - said it "found no evidence that police knew of the attack beforehand".
– Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman Dr Michael Maguire
We have talked to all the people involved in the events that day, including the perpetrators, the victims and the police.
We have examined all the available evidence, including forensic and sensitive intelligence material, and found no evidence that police knew of the attack beforehand.
Mr Adams was shot on 14 March 1984, months after becoming president of Sinn Fein, a west Belfast MP who did not take his seat and a hate figure for loyalists angered by his failure to condemn IRA violence.
After his attempted murder, an off-duty Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) soldier who was driving in the city centre at the time chased the loyalist gunmen's car, the ombudsman said.
The policing watchdog for Northern Ireland policing has found no evidence the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) was involved in a loyalist gun attack on Gerry Adams 30 years ago.
The paramilitary Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) opened fire on a car containing the Sinn Fein president and four other men as they travelled from a Belfast court.
The driver, despite being hit twice, managed to reach hospital. Mr Adams had claimed the security forces had prior knowledge of what happened or had been involved.
A visually-impaired skier from Northern Ireland who won Great Britain's first Winter Paralympic gold has been named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Kelly Gallagher, 29, triumphed in the super giant slalom event at Sochi in March.She and her guide Charlotte Evans become MBEs for services to sport for people with a visual impairment. Gallagher has oculocutaneous albinism, a condition with affects the pigment in her hair, skin and eyes.
The sportswoman from Bangor in County Down started skiing for the first time when she was 17 on a trip to Andorra and began working with Evans, from Kent, in late 2010, just months after finishing fourth in the Giant Slalom at the Vancouver Games with previous guide Claire Robb.
A spate of deaths in Northern Ireland have been linked to a new unregulated drug similar to ecstasy, an inquest heard today.
Forensic scientist Dr Bernadette Prentice said 19 deaths between last June and February of this year could be linked to the drug.
Dissident republicans Brendan McConville and John Paul Wootton have failed in their bid at Belfast High Court to overturn their convictions for murdering police constable Stephen Carroll in Northern Ireland in 2009.