Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden has visited the staff and volunteers of the NSPCC Young Witness Service. The Department of Justice provides funding of £418,000 to the service to ensure a range of support services are available to young prosecution witnesses to enable them to give

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Health Minister Michelle O'Neill The Food Hygiene Rating Act 2016 has been enacted today, making the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme mandatory for food businesses in Northern Ireland.

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John-George Willis, head of the firm's corporate department Belfast firm Tughans has maintained its position at the top of the Experian Deal Review and Advisor League Tables for the number of deals done in Northern Ireland in the third quarter of 2016.

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Northern Ireland's legal aid budget per capita is by far the highest in Europe, according to a major Council of Europe (CoE) survey. The sixth regular evaluation report from the 47-nation Council of Europe’s European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (known by its French acronym, CEPEJ) on

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Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden acknowledged the vital role of the Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust (PRRT) in providing services to serving and retired police officers and their families during a visit to their premises. Ms Sugden met members of the PRRT board and staff t

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The Bar of Northern Ireland worked with its charity of the year, The Boom Foundation, to raise awareness and funds for children and families during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

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Matthew Jury, managing partner of McCue & Partners A law firm for a Northern Ireland victims' organisation is raising funds to review whether UK law could be changed to make it easier for victims of terrorism to file lawsuits.

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