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Carson McDowell to host Strictly fundraiser for cancer charity

Staff and clients of Belfast-based Carson McDowell will take to the dance floor later this year at a Strictly Come Dancing-inspired charity fundraiser.

Published 13 August 2019

And finally... keep your hair on

Police have warned they may take action against Facebook users commenting on the headshot of a convicted drug dealer to make fun of his receding hairline.

Published 13 August 2019

Workplace Relations Commission: Woman sexually harassed at work awarded €40,000

A woman who was sexually harassed at work for over six months after she returned from maternity leave has been awarded €40,000 in the Workplace Relations Commission.

Published 12 August 2019

Tuam's 180-year-old courthouse to be demolished rather than refurbished

The 180-year-old courthouse building in Tuam will be demolished and replaced rather than refurbished, Courts Service officials have confirmed.

Published 12 August 2019

Cleaver Fulton Rankin appointed to Crown Commercial Service Panel

Belfast-based firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Wider Public Sector Legal Services Framework (RM3788).

Published 12 August 2019

Police ombudsman to pay damages over 2011 Loughinisland report

The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland will pay damages to families and survivors over its first report on the Loughinisland massacre.

Published 12 August 2019

Brendan McAllister takes up position as interim advocate for victims of historical institutional abuse

Brendan McAllister has taken up his position as interim advocate for victims and survivors of historical institutional abuse.

Published 12 August 2019

Leman Solicitors recognised as leading fairtrade workplace

Dublin-based Leman Solicitors has been recognised by Fairtrade Ireland as a leading fairtrade workplace.

Published 12 August 2019

Fewer British passports and more Irish passports being issued to Northern Ireland residents

Fewer British passports and more Irish passports are being issued to residents of Northern Ireland, figures reveal.

Published 12 August 2019

Court proceedings to stop Johnson suspending Parliament commence in Edinburgh

A legal petition to stop Prime Minister Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament has been granted permission to proceed.

Published 12 August 2019

Johnson unveils controversial plans to overhaul sentencing, prisons and stop-and-search

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled plans to "overhaul the criminal justice system" in England and Wales by reviewing sentencing policy, investing £2.5 billion in the construction of new prisons, and strengthening police stop-and-search powers.

Published 12 August 2019

The cost of staying in Britain revealed

Soaring immigration fees have led to accusations of profiteering against the Home Office, which made £500 million last year.

Published 12 August 2019

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Published 12 August 2019

And finally... flyboy

A teenager who broke into an airport and took two planes for a ride has been invited to train there as a pilot.

Published 12 August 2019

High Court: Man who slipped on stone steps at National Museum awarded €67,000

A man who suffered an injury to his knee requiring surgery after he slipped on the stone staircase at the National Museum of Ireland has been awarded €67,000 in the High Court.

Published 9 August 2019