She'll attend the British-Irish Council meeting in Co Fermanagh
Arlene Foster's last official engagement as the North's First Minister is taking place today.
She'll attend the British-Irish Council meeting in Co Fermanagh, in its first non-virtual gathering since the start of the pandemic.
She's likely to step down as First Minister after the event - with Paul Givan due to take over on Monday.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern says she played a key role in restoring the Stormont Assembly last year.
Today's summit is likely to be dominated by the fall-out from the Northern Ireland protocol.
Speaking at her last joint Executive press conference, Arlene Foster spoke of her regrets...
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There's doubt about whether the Stormont Assembly will last until next May's elections, amid turmoil in the DUP.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern says he hopes it lasts the full term.
A British Irish Council meeting is under way in Fermanagh
Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister, Michelle O'Neill said they hope all parties can learn from each other