BBC news for County Antrim

Report recommends social care packages are means-tested

It also says the social care workforce is "exploited" and should be paid the living wage.

Heating oil fraudsters Robert and Paul White sent to prison

The father and son defrauded customers - including an old people's home - of £100,000 by skimming the oil.

Snow and ice continue to cause disruption in NI

Police are warning of difficult driving conditions after temperatures plummeted overnight.

Brexit deal is a 'gentleman's agreement' says EU

The Northern Ireland border plan is not yet legally binding - but the two sides have "shaken" on it.

Live BBC World News

New York explosion at Manhattan bus terminal

A man is being held after an explosion that wounded four people at Port Authority bus terminal.

Jerusalem: Netanyahu expects EU to follow US recognition

But the EU says its stance is unchanged after the US recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Snow in Europe triggers transport chaos

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Brexit deal is a 'gentleman's agreement' says EU

The Northern Ireland border plan is not yet legally binding - but the two sides have "shaken" on it.