Arleen Elliott, president of the Law Society The Law Society of Northern Ireland has warned the general public, local businesses and its members to be extremely vigilant following a new report of a fraud perpetrated on a firm of solicitors.
Chief inspector of Criminal Justice NI, Brendan McGuigan A new prison facility could be built at Maghaberry Prison to house high risk and dangerous prisoners following a scathing inspection report published last week.
Patricia Carty, social security legal adviser at Law Centre (NI) Law Centre (NI) has successfully represented a former civil servant who had appealed a decision to reduce her Incapacity Benefit because Northern Ireland’s Social Security Agency had said her civil service injury award was equivalent
John Pat Cunningham, 27, who had learning difficulties and was estimated to have a mental age of 6, was shot dead by an Army patrol in County Armagh in 1974. Now, more than 40 years later, the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has said that Dennis Hutchings, 74, from New Road, Cawsand, Torpoint in Co
The Bar Council of Northern Ireland has published responses to four government consultations on its website for easy access. The barristers' body submitted responses in September 2015 to Department of Justice consultations on employment tribunals, judicial review time limits, remuneration of excepti
A former soldier has been arrested and interviewed as part of an ongoing police investigation into the Bloody Sunday killings in 1972. The 66-year old, referred to as Lance Corporal J in the 2010 Saville Report into Bloody Sunday, was arrested in Co Antrim by detectives from the PSNI's Legacy Invest
A team of eighteen runners co-ordinated by Carson McDowell's charity committee is participating in the Belfast Life Style Sports 5K and 10K Run in the Dark 2015 to raise funds for the Mark Pollock Trust.
Patrick Corrigan, Northern Ireland programme director at Amnesty International An anonymous same-sex couple seeking recognition of their marriage in Northern Ireland took their case to the Family Division of the High Court in Belfast this morning.
Les Allamby, NIHRC Chief Commissioner The Prisoner Ombudsman should have a statutory power to carry out investigations on his or her own initiative, the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has told a Northern Ireland Assembly committee.
Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, George Hamilton One man and three women have been arrested in a police operation which could lead to the first prosecution under a Northern Ireland law that criminalises the purchase of sex.