So how does the fishing village of Kilkeel feel about Brexit? We've been testing the waters before the Prime Minister delivers a major speech on Tuesday, laying out how she sees the UK's future after it leaves the European Union.
The scandal over the RHI scheme has led Stormont to the brink of collapse. During tonight's programme our Political Editor, Mark Devenport, told us the Assembly will debate a DUP plan to cut the estimated £0.5bn overspend on Monday.
Charging families for school transport which is currently provided free is part of a package of measures being considered by the Education Authority (EA) to save money. We will have the full story on tonight's BBC Newsline at 1830.
The Secretary of State James Brokenshire is staying in Northern Ireland over the weekend in case there's any movement in the political crisis. So far no further talks are scheduled with an election looking even more likely. Here's our political correspondent Gareth Gordon
The Department for the Economy is declining to disclose information about boilers in the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme despite telling their owners it would be "freely available" to the public. The Department is taking legal advice about whether it can publish a list of who is involved. Our Agriculture and Environment Correspondent Conor Macauley reports.
The BBC understands that a radical plan to tackle hospital waiting lists has had to be shelved due to the political uncertainty. The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has hit out saying that politicians must get back up the hill to work things out. Our Health correspondent Marie-Louise Connolly reports.