Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden yesterday cut the first sod in preparation for the construction of a new cell block at Maghaberry Prison. The new £55 million accommodation block at the largest of Northern Ireland's three prisons is due to be completed by 2019 and will include 360

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Pictured (l-r): Claire Sugden and James Brokenshire Northern Ireland's Justice Minister Claire Sugden yesterday met with the new Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire during his first visit to Belfast since his appointment.

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‘No harm done?’ - an innovative short film aimed at educating young people on the impact peer pressure can have on the choices they make and the often unintended consequences of their actions and behaviours – was launched at an event in Belfast City Hall. Funded by the Belfast Policing and Com

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Darragh Mackin Belfast solicitor Darragh Mackin has been named Legal Aid Newcomer of the Year at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (LALY) awards ceremony in London.

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The Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has dismissed a man's appeal against his four-year sentence for conspiracy to defraud, one count of acquiring criminal property, and one count of concealing criminal property. The offences related to the setting up and operation of websites which permitted the vi

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Two women have won a £47,000 settlement in sex discrimination cases they had taken with the assistance of the Equality Commission of Northern Ireland. The Agri-Food and Bio-Sciences Institute (AFBI) paid out to two women who alleged they were subjected to sex discrimination, sexual harassment and v

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