Evening top 5: Trump settles lawsuit for $25m; Brexit talks in Armagh; and pre-Black Friday

The top stories this Friday evening

NY Attorney General hits out at Trump University, as it settles lawsuit for $25m

Trump University - an organisation affiliated with US president-elect Donald Trump - is to pay US$25m (€23.5m) to settle a case.

New York State Attorney-General Eric T Schneiderman says his office sued Mr Trump for "swindling thousands of innocent Americans out of millions of dollars through a scheme known as Trump University".

"Donald Trump fought us every step of the way, filing baseless charges and fruitless appeals to settle for even modest amounts of compensation for the victims of his phony university", Schneiderman adds.

Threat to peace process from Brexit should not be underplayed - McGuinness

The deputy first minister of Northern Ireland says the threat to the peace process of a British exit from the European Union should not be underplayed.

Martin McGuinness was speaking in Armagh after a meeting between the Irish Government and Stormont Executive at the North-South Ministerial Council.

Mr McGuinness says he believes there is "tremendous sympathy" across Europe to Ireland's unique position post-Brexit.

More than 38,000 people killed on Irish roads since records began

Records show a total of 38,787 people have been killed on Irish roads since records began.

A total of 23,948 people have been killed on roads in the Republic of Ireland since records began in 1959.

While 14,839 people have been killed on roads in Northern Ireland since deaths were first recorded there in 1931.

The statistics come ahead of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, to be held on Sunday November 20th.

World Rugby confirms five new laws to be trialed in 2017

World Rugby has announced that they are to trial five new laws in 2017.

The amendments, which will deal with front-row replacements, advantage, touch, penalty tries and time-keeping, will begin on the 1st January in the Southern Hemisphere.

They will be trialled on the 1st of August in the Northern Hemispehere.

Forget Black Friday: There's some amazing offers online right now

The hype around Black Friday and Cyber Monday in recent years has led to phenomenal online sales on both days.

This year, Black Friday will take place on November 24th and Cyber Monday is the 28th. We can expect a number of deals to be revealed on the day, but if you're looking for amazing value, then get shopping right now.

In the last number of days, my inbox has been flooded with "pre-Black Friday" deals. Here's a rundown of what's on offer, where and for how much.