Tributes have been paid to comedian Sean Hughes, who has died at the age of 51.
The Irish stand-up shared his final tweet on 8 October, in which he said he was "in hospital".
Hughes was best known for being a panellist on long-running BBC Two panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks and for starring in his own sitcom Sean's Show in the early 1990s.
He also appeared on TV programmes including Coronation Street and The Last Detective.
Comics including Jason Manford, Omid Djalili, Jack Dee and Sarah Millican have shared their tributes following the news.
Manford tweeted: "Very sad to hear about Sean Hughes. A brilliant comic and a lovely bloke.”
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Aviation enthusiasts have been treated to some spectacular performances at this year's Portrush Air Show.
All eyes will be on the skies throughout the weekend at Ireland's largest free festival of flight.
The two-day event features displays by the Wildcat aerobatics team, a Battle of Britain Memorial flight that includes a fly-past by a Spitfire and the RAF Red Arrows performing their trademark formation flying.
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