Northern Ireland's political parties will resume talks today to try to form a new power-sharing executive.
Arlene Foster's position as First Minister in the next Northern Ireland Assembly will only be discussed once overall agreement has been reached, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has said.
UPDATE 13.50pm: The Foreign Affairs Minister says he believes the DUP and Sinn Féin can reach a deal to govern in the North over the next few weeks.
The election in the North might only have been a week ago, but another one might be on the cards.
Arlene Foster has warned Sinn Féin it is "dangerous" to dictate to other parties who they should nominate for government positions.
Talks resume in Belfast today, aimed at restoring the North's power-sharing executive.
Stormont party chiefs will meet Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire later for preliminary talks on finding a way to restore devolution, it is understood.
Theresa May and Enda Kenny have ordered government ministers to open urgent talks with parties in Northern Ireland in an attempt to restore devolution.
Voting in the Northern Ireland Assembly election is being described as steady.
Update: Northern Ireland's political leaders have cast their ballots in the region's snap election.
Former Stormont first minister Peter Robinson has issued an eve of election message urging the North's politicians to step back and avert a headlong rush towards the destruction of devolution.
Northern Ireland’s political leaders have traded angry words in the last televised debate of the Assembly election campaign.