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Environment Minister Mark H Durkan has launched a public consultation looking for views on how bus operators should be penalised for allowing alcohol consumption on buses.
The DOJ are consulting on proposals to extend the power to refer sentences made in relation to tobacco and excise offences
Mortgage lending increased at its fastest pace for five years in June providing yet more evidence of the resurgence in the property market.
House prices in Northern Ireland have seen annual growth for the first time in more than five years
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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said house prices have risen over the past three months, with 90% of surveyors expecting prices to stay the same from July to September.
Justice Minister David Ford has published a consultation on the Northern Ireland Law Commission’s Report on Bail in Criminal Proceedings.
Investigative authorities involved in preparing criminal cases in Northern Ireland need to “drag themselves into the 21st century”, a High Court judge said today.
Drivers in Northern Ireland are the least likely to be tempted to drink-drive in the summer, according to an AA/Populus survey.
Northern Ireland’s Environment Minister, Alex Attwood, has announced that he will be releasing an extra £1.5 million of funding to help tackle waste and fuel laundering crime.