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Lawyers across Pakistan went on strike yesterday in protest at at a bomb blast reported to have been aimed at the profession. On Monday a suicide bomb blast killed 67 people and injured a further 100 at a hospital in Quetta, the provincial capital of Balochistan. The blast is reported to have delibe

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A limited company, the Irish Skydiving Club Ltd (hereafter ISC) sought judicial review of the decision of An Bord Pleanála that the use by the ISC of Kilkenny Airfield for sponsored parachute jumping was a development and not an exempted development. Judgment was given in the trial of a modular iss

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A High Court judge has called on the State to make "huge efforts" to prevent "bogus marriages", The Irish Times reports. Mr Justice Richard Humphreys made the remarks while delivering a reserved judgment in the case of a 45-year-old Algerian man, who contested his deportation order on the basis of h

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There was a 95 per cent conviction rate in Ireland's Circuit Courts in 2014, the Irish Examiner reports. A total of 2,159 cases were finalised before the Circuit Courts in 2014, with a 100 per cent conviction rate in Monaghan, Donegal, Galway, and Leitrim.

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An Garda Síochána is implementing "heightened security measures" in the wake of a cyber-attack on its computer systems. A new strain of malware had been discovered on Garda systems last week, but "no data was compromised" as a result of the attack.

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Fifteen solicitor firms received more than €200,000 from the Director of Public Prosecutions last year, the Irish Examiner reports. Figures released by the DPP's office show that 32 solicitors, all based outside Dublin, earned €6.24 million in fees in 2015 - including personal allowance to State

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The Court of Appeal has found that the Circuit Court does not have jurisdiction in possession proceedings not otherwise falling within the exceptions created by the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Acts of 2009 and 2013, and must therefore be commenced in the High Court rather than the Circuit Court

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The Courts Service of Ireland spent more than €6 million on interpreter services over the past five years, the Sunday Independent reports. A total of 63 companies were paid €6,233,400 to translate court proceedings into more than 200 languages since 2011.

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Ronan Lyons The number of homes sold in Ireland in the first half of 2016 fell by 3 per cent according to Daft.ie's analysis of Property Price Register (PPR) data.

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Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor Legislation to finally transpose the EU's 2013 Accounting Directive into Irish law has been laid before the Oireachtas by Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor.

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