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Fresh arrest over teen girl’s death in Portadown

The scene where the teenage girl collapse before later passing away in hospital. Credit: UTV

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested by detectives investigating the death of a teenage girl in Portadown at the weekend.

The latest arrest was made earlier on Thursday and the boy has since been released on police bail pending further enquiries.

A number of arrests have been made since 15-year-old’s Caitlin White’s death in hospital after she fell unconscious in the Corcrain area on Saturday evening.

No charges have been brought at this stage.

Green Party launches General Election manifesto

Green Party leader Steven Agnew called for a second Brexit referendum. Credit: Presseye

The Green Party has launched its General Election manifesto with a pledge to hold a second referendum on any final Brexit deal.

The party, which is standing seven candidates in the 8 June poll, is also calling for a reform of public services and marriage equality.

Party leader Steven Agnew insists any deal agreed with Europe must be approved by the public.

He said: “The option to remain in the European Union must be left on the table.

"This would strengthen the hand of the UK negotiating team as well as allowing us to make an informed decision once the full facts on Brexit are available."


Duke of Edinburgh visits NI to present awards

Prince Philip has presented 115 young people from across Northern Ireland with Duke of Edinburgh awards.

The event took place at Hillsborough Castle, in what could be the Duke of Edinburgh's last royal engagement in the region.

Buckingham Palace announced earlier this month that he is to stand down from royal duties from August.

Prince Philip at Hillsborough Castle. Credit: PA
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