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A feminist legal initiative aiming to research complex issues of law and gender across these islands has been awarded funding under the government's Shared Island programme. Dr Maebh Harding of University College Dublin (UCD) is leading the Doing Feminist Legal Work (DFLW) project, which will bring

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South Africa's president has claimed that he hid at least hundreds of thousands of dollars in his sofa because it seemed "the safest place" to store it. The enormous sum of foreign currency was later stolen, and President Cyril Ramaphosa now faces impeachment over the murky circumstances of the thef

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The Abhaile scheme providing financial and legal advice to people who are insolvent and in mortgage arrears on their homes has been extended until the end of 2023. Since its establishment in 2016, the Abhaile scheme has supported over 19,300 households at risk of losing their homes. Of those, 80 per

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Youth justice minister James Browne has invited proposals from community and youth service organisations to establish new youth diversion projects (YDPs) in South Monaghan, Claremorris, Co. Mayo, South and East Co. Wicklow and West Cork. YDPs work with young people at risk of crime and anti-social b

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McKees has been awarded a Silver Medal by EcoVadis in recognition of its business sustainability rating. Last year, McKees was the first law firm in Ireland to receive the EcoVadis accreditation and over the last 12 months, the firm has continued to implement policies to secure a silver rating which

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Two neighbours who got into a row over a husband's suspected infidelity, leading to one woman slashing the other with a piece of glass, behaved in a “highly immature manner”, a judge has said. Julie Pigott and Catriona O'Keefe, both aged 42, got into a physical fight on a May morning las

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Judges in Fiji have no sense of humour, especially those who make typos, it has been revealed. A lawyer has been found guilty of contempt of court – for pointing out a spelling mistake made by a judge.

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Cancer misdiagnosis victims may be able to file a medical negligence, or medical malpractice, lawsuit against the doctor or other party responsible for the cancer misdiagnosis, writes Janet Keane. When filing a lawsuit against another party, the patient or patient’s family is referred to

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