Tensions remain high in east Belfast as contractors remove material from bonfire sites, amid a heavy police presence.
It comes after a controversial bonfire deemed unsafe due to its size was set alight hours after the High Court ruled it must be made smaller.
Concerns had been raised over the pyre at Bloomfield Walkway, due to its proximity to houses, a children’s play park and trees.
On Tuesday, police and contractors then attended a second bonfire at Cluan Place.
According to the PSNI, the operations were "necessary" on safety grounds.
Officers say a number of missiles were thrown and they were also investigating a “loud bang”.
An earlier security alert on the Holywood Road has since ended after a suspicious object was examined and declared a hoax.