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.
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.
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.
The High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland Chancery Division has granted the Attorney General leave to appeal a decision of the Charity Tribunal on a number of points of law. The Attorney General sought to appeal a decision of the Tribunal to remove Robert Crawford as a trustee of the charity, Th
Northern Ireland's High Court has agreed to allow Irish language organisation Conradh na Gaeilge to bring a judicial review against the Northern Ireland Executive over its failure to adopt or implement an Irish language plan. The group says the St Andrews Agreement includes a specific, unfulfilled p
Pictured: Claire Sugden and George Hamilton Justice Minister Claire Sugden has held a meeting with PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton as she begins to settle in to her new role in the Northern Ireland Executive.
The Crown Court for Northern Ireland has fined a company and two of its directors £40,000 and £1,000 each respectively for the unlawful deposit of waste. The offences related to land owned by Thomas and Gary Bates, directors of Ace Bates Skip Hire Limited, on which they had received permission to
Laura Gillespie, regulatory partner and data protection legal expert at Pinsent Masons A junior Department of Justice official accidentally sent the names and birthdates of Northern Ireland Prison Service (NIPS) staff to a private contractor, it has emerged.
Public confidence in Northern Ireland's criminal justice system did not change last year, according to a Department of Justice survey. Interviews conducted over the twelve months to December 2015 found that 43.3 per cent of respondents were confident that the criminal justice system as a whole is ef