A judge has warned prosecutors that further delays in a terror suspect's trial may not be tolerated, the Belfast Telegraph reports. Henry Fitzsimons, 47, is alleged to have conspired with his two co-accused to murder members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI).
A man who drove a car while his passenger attempted to throw eggs at Northern Ireland's deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness will forfeit £250 if he disrupts any politicians in the next year and a half. Aodhan Irwin, 21, was bound over for the next eighteen months by Judge Brian Archer after app
A man has had his applications against the former CEO of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, the former CEO of the Land and Property Services, and two civil servants struck out on the basis the action failed to disclose a reasonable cause of action, was frivolous and vexatious or was otherwise a
Danny Friedman QC The family of Jean McConville have been granted leave to seek a judicial review over the non-disclosure of the defunct Historical Enquiries Team's (HET) draft report into her killing.
The Bar of Northern Ireland will close applications for charity partnerships next week, the barristers' regulatory body has said. The Bar is choosing a new charity partner for 2016, with applications accepted via the Bar website until Sunday 31 January.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness Northern Ireland's deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness is expected to appear before a court in Belfast to give a statement on one of 56 legacy cases being reviewed by Lord Justice Weir.
Belfast commercial law firm Tughans has advised Boston-based merchant services provider Cayan, trading as Merchant Warehouse, on its major expansion in Belfast. Caya has taken a 10 year lease of almost 23,000 sq ft in City Quays 1 on the Harbour Estate to accommodate its growth.