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The Minister of Justice, David Ford, has appointed a Transition Board to manage the Legal Services Commission until it closes
They pleaded guilty to breaching the conditions of a discharge consent relating to the operation of Milltown Road Waste Water Pumping Station (WWPS), Waringstown.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been fined £1,000 for assaulting a railway security guard and being drunk and disorderly.
Northern Ireland’s largest natural gas distribution and energy service has been sold in one of the biggest deals of its kind.
Special legal and policing arrangements have been put in place for Derry’s week of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in August.
The cost of rural crime in Northern Ireland in 2012 has been estimated at £3.4m – a fall of almost 20% on the previous year.
A fuel discount that applies to the Scottish islands and the Isles of Scilly could be extended to other remote and rural parts of the UK, including Northern Ireland.
The number of divorces in Ulster climbed slightly last year – but is still below pre-recession levels.
More than £4.5 million was spent on temporary holding cells built in Omagh for the G8 summit that were never used.
The Department of Justice is undertaking its second biennial review of the 2005 Crown Court rules in respect of fees payable to solicitors and barristers.