The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire Collusion between police and loyalist paramilitaries was a "significant feature" of the Loughinisland murders in 1994, according to a report by the Police Ombudsman.
Nicola McCrudden, CIH director for Ireland and Northern Ireland The Northern Ireland Executive should conduct a review of legislation aimed at preventing homelessness, the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has said.
Pictured (l-r): Michael Johnston and Ciarán Harper Art student Ciarán Harper became the latest recipient of the prestigious Carson McDowell Solicitors Prize at the opening of the Ulster University Belfast School of Art degree show.
The three-person panel appointed to develop an anti-paramilitarism strategy for Northern Ireland has published their final report. The Fresh Start panel report on the disbandment of paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland was presented to the Northern Ireland Executive.
Gavin Blake Dublin firm Beauchamps Solicitors will sponsor tomorrow's Solar Ireland conference in Belfast.
A court has handed out the first-ever football banning order in Northern Ireland under the Justice Act 2011. A 23-year-old man, appearing in Coleraine Magistrates Court on Friday, was given a four year domestic football banning order.
Law Centre (NI) has highlighted a lesser-known use of the Human Rights Act in complementing local legislation to ensure older people receive the care they are entitled to. The non-profit agency's community care team often use the Act in tandem with local legislation when negotiating with the health
The Northern Ireland High Court has found that an insurance services company was entitled to refuse to indemnify an MLA under an insurance policy, in respect of his liability to pay compensation for a defamatory statement published on his Twitter account on 1 May 2014. It was agreed that the defamat
Commissioner for Children and Young People, Koulla Yiasouma Northern Ireland's Commissioner for Children and Young People, Koulla Yiasouma, has added her voice to calls for outstanding provisions of the Human Trafficking Act 2015 to be implemented.
Pictured (l-r): John O'Doherty, director of the Rainbow Project, and Health Minister Michelle O'Neill Northern Ireland's lifetime ban on blood donation by men who have sex with men (MSM) will be lifted in September, Health Minister Michelle O'Neill has announced.
Justice Minister Claire Sugden Justice Minister Claire Sugden yesterday attended a Passing Out ceremony for new recruits of the Northern Ireland Prison Service.
DAC Beachcroft has established a new relationship with Belfast-based specialist insurance practice McKinty and Wright. The new agreement, taking effect from 1 June, means DAC Beachcroft can offer its clients an advisory network on the ground across all five jurisdictions in the UK and Ireland.
Wattey Kemnay A woman who recently relocated to Belfast from Cambodia has been appointed as a legal executive at MKB Law.
Eight "separated children", who came to Northern Ireland without their parents or legal guardian, have gone missing since 2005, a new BBC investigation has discovered. BBC Spotlight reports that eight separated children have gone missing between 2005 and 2014 and remain missing.
The three-person panel appointed to develop an anti-paramilitarism strategy for Northern Ireland have presented their proposals to the Northern Ireland Executive, the Belfast Telegraph reports. The Independent Review Panel was created to fulfil a key commitment from cross-party talks last year.