A man appeared at Craigavon Magistrates Court today charged with terror offences after allegedly being found with a list of names of members of the judiciary. Connor Hughes, 23, was charged under section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
A part-time law student gained first-hand experience of the courtroom after being convicted of shoplifting from an Asda supermarket in Belfast. Diarmaid McMillan, 27, told Belfast Magistrates Court that he was leaving the store with a loaded trolley in order to get a bank card to make a full payment
The average house price in Northern Ireland was £151,000 in August 2015, according to new figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Prices in August were up by 3 per cent compared to the same month in the previous year, but remain 43 per cent lower than their peak in 2007.
The Wilson doctrine protecting MPs from surveillance is a "political statement" with no legal effect, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled. The tribunal said it was satisfied that assurances given around the surveillance of MPs by prime minister Harold Wilson in the 1960s, which have be
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned UK internet users to protect themselves against a significant strain of malicious software which has enabled criminals to steal millions of pounds from UK bank accounts. Dridex malware, also known as Bugat and Cridex, has been developed by technically skill
Arleen Elliott, president of the Law Society The Law Society of Northern Ireland has urged members of the public to stay vigilant following reports of fraudsters targeting solicitor firms and their clients.
Forensic accountants Harbinson Mulholland have announced an upcoming seminar providing critical insight into key areas of financial crime. The free Black Holes and Red Flags event is essential for anyone involved in the prosecution or defence of cases with POCA implications, organisers say.
Clare Bailey, deputy leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland Northern Ireland's lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men (MSM) is being re-examined in the Northern Ireland Appeal Court.
Northern Ireland secretary Theresa Villiers A report on the status of paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland, commissioned by the UK government, is due to be presented to political parties on Thursday.
Almost 230 people were detained in Northern Ireland under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000 last year, according to a statistical bulletin published by the Northern Ireland Office (NIO). It is the highest number of arrests made in the jurisdiction under anti-terror laws since 2005. Under the law,