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The North’s agriculture minister Edwin Boots said in cases of ‘gross’ breach of the regulations, fines could be increased to £100,000.  File image: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

The number of deaths in Northern Ireland from coronavirus has increased to 21 after the North’s Public Health Agency (PHA) on Sunday reported there ha(...)

  Niall Murphy, one of Northern Ireland’s most well-known solicitors, who is in a critical condition in hospital with coronavirus, his law firm has said.   Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

One of Northern Ireland’s most well-known solicitors is in a critical condition in hospital with coronavirus, his law firm has said. Niall Murphy, 43(...)

The latest legal initiative comes from the Belfast solicitor Kevin Winters, who specialises in Troubles-related litigation.

A fresh attempt to sue Libya for supplying the IRA with the plastic explosive Semtex during the Troubles is being launched by victims and the bereaved(...)

Chris  Gordon and his development company Orianna Investments Ltd are suing Ulster Bank and the aligned Royal Bank of Scotland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A Co Antrim property developer who claims he lost more than £1 million (€1.13 million) during the recession has begun a High Court action against the (...)

 Paddy Jackson with his father Peter arriving at a Belfast court for his son’s rape  trial.      At the conclusion of the trial Paddy Jackson (27) and former team-mate Stuart Olding (26), were both unanimously acquitted of raping the same woman. File photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

The father of former Ireland and Ulster rugby star Paddy Jackson has secured judgment in a libel action over false claims that he offered to pay off t(...)

The man denies being involved in groups including al-Qaeda and claims he is at risk of being tortured at secret facilities in Algeria due to his political views.

The European Court of Human Rights has asked the Irish Government not to deport an Algerian man with alleged links to Islamic terrorism until it has c(...)

Michaella McCollum. Photograph: RTÉ

Former drugs mule Michaella McCollum is to receive further undisclosed damages over press publication of an intimate photograph. The 25-year-old, fro(...)

Eurovision Song Contest winner Dana Rosemary Scallon at Belfast High Court for her defamation action against the Sunday World newspaper. Photograph: Alan Lewis/Photopress Belfast

Eurovision Song Contest winner and former politician Dana Rosemary Scallon is to receive a six-figure sum in damages to settle a newspaper libel actio(...)

Businessman Bill Cullen launched a multimillion-euro legal action earlier this year against Ulster Bank and the receivers of his Glencullen Group, alleging that the bank and its GRG unit targeted his business. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Ulster Bank will give new complainants up until the end of the year to seek compensation from a scheme that was set up for companies whose businesses (...)

 The Irish Rugby Football Union and Ulster Rugby in a statement said they were aware “that Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding have been charged by the PSNI in relation to serious allegations made against them”.  Ireland’s Paddy Jackson (above) kicks a penalty against France at Aviva stadium. File photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Ireland rugby internationals Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding are to be prosecuted for alleged rape of a woman in south Belfast a year ago, it has been(...)

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