Northern Ireland

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The widow of solicitor Pat Finucane (pictured) is set to ask the UK Supreme Court for leave to appeal her failed legal bid to overturn the UK government's refusal to hold an inquiry into his 1989 murder. Solicitor Peter Madden will lodge an application directly with the UK Supreme Court next week on

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Amnesty International has welcomed the support of the head of the Catholic Church in Ireland for its call for an inquiry into Mother and Baby Homes in Northern Ireland. Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and the Primate of All Ireland, said many in the church and society were “ashamed” and that

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Belfast's iconic Crumlin Road Courthouse will become home to a new luxury hotel in a £25 million project announced today. The Signature Living Group confirmed its plans for the building at the MIPIM property convention in Cannes, Frances.

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Ciarán Moynagh The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is using new capabilities to intercept drugs in the postal system to enforce an "archaic law" on abortion, a solicitor advocate has said.

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Kirk Murdoch Kirk Murdoch, chairman of Pinsent Masons in Northern Ireland and Scotland, has passed away.

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https://vimeo.com/207645384 Leona Rankin, a solicitor in Carson McDowell's employment team, has been given a prestigious award by the Prime Minister for her work to support people living with sarcoma in Northern Ireland.

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Pictured (l-r): John-George Willis collects the award from judge Stephen Kirkpatrick, chief executive at Corbo Properties Belfast firm Tughans has celebrated success at Insider’s Northern Ireland Dealmakers Awards 2017 by claiming the title Corporate Law Firm of the Year for the second year runnin

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Photo: Google Street View Belfast solicitor Jane Crilly, formerly of Francis Crilly Solicitors, has passed away.

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The Northern Ireland Assembly must legislate to protect and promote the Irish language, a new Council of Europe report has said. In its 4th Opinion Monitoring Report, the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities criticised the lack of political consens

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