Northern Ireland

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Prison officers in Northern Ireland are set to be fitted with Body Worn Cameras by March in a bid to improve prison safety. The move follows a successful pilot in parts of the Northern Ireland prison estate.

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The final report of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry has been published. Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden thanked Sir Anthony Hart, a retired High Court judge, for his work on the inquiry, which was set up in 2013.

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Justice Minister Claire Sugden Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden and Ireland's Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald have condemned the shooting of a police officer in Belfast last night.

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Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden has announced additional PSNI funding to tackle cybercrime. The funding will provide for the PSNI's £167,000 plan to introduce two purpose-built mobile cyber labs - allowing officers and technical staff to capture evidence ‘at the scene’ - to go

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Michael Johnston, managing partner of Carson McDowell Carson McDowell saw its turnover increase by 25 per cent to £13.5 million in 2016 following a successful year across all business areas, the firm has announced.

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Pictured (l-r): Brian Dolaghan, Invest NI; Alan Hunter, Law Society Chief Executive; Brian Speers, DRS Chair; Anne Beggs, Invest NI; Colum Eastwood MLA; and Michael Bready, Mediator/Barrister The mediation service administered by the Law Society of Northern Ireland has received accreditation from th

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The number of Northern Ireland businesses brought before the Industrial Tribunal increased by 28 per cent last year, The Irish News reports. Figures released following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request show 3,030 cases were brought in the year to 31 March 2016, relating to unfair dismissal, wag

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