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Rory McIlroy, the former world number one golfer, has begun a multimillion-euro legal action against his former agents.
The Law Society of Northern Ireland has accused the justice department of mismanaging the legal aid budget.
Over 27,000 incidents of domestic abuse were recorded in the last year alone
The government’s Help to Buy mortgage scheme will be a “welcome boost” for Northern Ireland’s economy, Housing Minister Nelson McCausland has said.
Reported crimes on social network sites Facebook and Twitter in Northern Ireland increased from 71 in 2010 to 2,100 in 2012, police have revealed.
The clamping of vehicles is to be extended in Northern Ireland.
Within the next three decades coal fired power stations will have ceased to exist, development of on-shore wind farms will slow down and every home will have a solar panel.
The Society has organised a half day conference on the proposals published by the Department of Justice in relation to civil and criminal legal aid.
A recent survey from The Co-operative Insurance revealed that 40% of newly-qualified drivers have had an accident while behind the wheel.