Detectives in Strabane have staged a reconstruction of the last known movements of murdered man Andrew Burns.
The body of the 27-year-old, from Drum Road in Strabane, was found last week near a church in Doneyloop, Castlefin.
It is believed he had previously been injured in a shooting blamed on dissident republicans.
The reconstruction took place on Tuesday evening at Upper Main Street, Strabane, where he was last seen before he was abducted and murdered.
Shoppers vote for fair traders
Belfast shoppers are being asked to vote in the city's second annual Fairtrade Awards.
The awards recognise cafes, shops, restaurants and schools who actively promote or sell Fairtrade products.
Voting is via the Fairtrade Belfast website, and closes on Friday 22 February.
Winners will be presented with their awards at Stormont during Fairtrade Fortnight on Tuesday 4 March.
Software firm creating city jobs
A software development company is to create 26 jobs in Belfast.
Fidessa has said it decided to locate in Northern Ireland because it is able to recruit high quality software engineers.
It has said it expects to invest about £2.5m over the first three years and Invest NI has offered support of £244,000 towards the project.
The company works in the international financial services industry and employs more than 1,100 people worldwide.