Man accused of raping daughter bailed
Published: Tuesday, 09 September 2014
A Co Down man allegedly raped and incited his nine-year-old daughter to take part in a sex act, the High Court has heard.
Witness seeks apology for child migrants
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A woman who was sent from a Catholic home in Northern Ireland to Australia in 1947 has told the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry there is a need for an apology for the child migration scheme.
Ex-soldier jailed for 'barbaric' attack
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A former Irish army soldier has been jailed for biting off part of a man's nose.
Blair's NI achievements 'forgotten'
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A senior aide to former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said the Labour politician's involvement with conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan over-shadowed his achievements in Northern Ireland.
Man on trial for 'sex acts with boy'
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A west Belfast man has gone on trial on Monday accused of inciting a young child to commit sex acts on him.
Man charged over north Belfast threats
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A man has been remanded in custody accused of damaging a car and threatening to kill its owner.
Man remanded over hospital stabbing
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
A man has appeared in court in the Republic of Ireland charged with the murder of a female patient in a Waterford psychiatric hospital.
Loyalist gun 'used in other atrocities'
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014
Northern Ireland's senior coroner, John Leckey, has heard that a gun used in the murder of a Co Tyrone hotel worker almost 20 years ago was linked to other terrorist atrocities.
Lily Allen sued by tour manager
Published: Sunday, 07 September 2014
Singer Lily Allen has been hit with legal papers by a former tour manager for allegedly breaking a contract.
Minister's comments 'damaged rule of law'
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
Ministerial comments on a high-profile court case have been damaging to the rule of law, Northern Ireland's most senior judge has said.
Loyalists 'shot at close range' in feud
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
Two high-profile loyalists allegedly came under close-range gun attack in a "casual and off-the-cuff" attempt to kill them, a court has heard.
Derry 'dissident footsoldier' jailed
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
A Londonderry man has been handed down a ten year sentence after he was caught with a pipe bomb, guns and ammunition last year during an undercover police operation.
More charges for rogue wedding DJ
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
The conviction of a rogue DJ from Coleraine, who cancelled wedding bookings after claiming his father had died, has prompted more disgruntled couples to come forward alleging similar fraud, a court has heard.
Ombudsman's action against PSNI settled
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
A legal action over alleged PSNI obstruction of investigations into 60 murder cases has been settled, it was confirmed in court on Friday.
Suspended sentence for sex assault
Published: Friday, 05 September 2014
A pensioner who admitted sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl in a supermarket has walked free from court with a three month suspended jail term.
Two men plead guilty over Cody
Published: Thursday, 04 September 2014
A man has been told he is "facing an inevitable prison sentence" after he admitted dousing Cody the collie in flammable liquid and setting her on fire.
Probation for pensioner over child images
Published: Thursday, 04 September 2014
A 68-year-old man was placed on three years' probation on Thursday at Belfast Crown Court for the possession of over 2000 indecent images of children.
Pipe bomb accused refused bail
Published: Thursday, 04 September 2014
A man accused of having a viable pipe bomb must remain in custody, Northern Ireland's top judge has ruled.
David Cassidy gets DWI charge reduced
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
Seventies pop star David Cassidy has had his drink driving charge reduced to a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) after striking a plea deal with prosecutors.
Robert Hamill trial halted
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A judge has stopped the trial of two men and a woman in connection with the sectarian murder of a man by a loyalist mob in Northern Ireland.
Eamonn Holmes fraudster spared jail
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A credit card fraudster, whose victims included ITV presenter Eamonn Holmes and the BBC's Stephen Nolan was spared jail after appearing in court on a total of 76 charges.
Cody accused pair 'told lie after lie'
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
Two men standing trial over the death of a family pet who was set on fire in Maghaberry village two years ago have been accused of "telling lie after lie" about their whereabouts on the morning the dog was attacked.
Police 'called 40 times to one street'
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
Northern Ireland's most senior judge has described claims police attended disturbances at one Limavady street more than 40 times in the space of three months, as an "outrageous" use of public resources.
Jeremy Kyle show wannabe in court fail
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A man who wanted out of prison to take a lie detector test on the Jeremy Kyle Show has failed to overturn his conviction for shouting sectarian slogans outside Belfast City Hall.
Man charged over bus sex act
Published: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
A 38-year-old labourer from Co Donegal has appeared at Londonderry Magistrate's Court charged with committing a sex act on a bus earlier this year.
Agreement reached over PSNI files
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
The PSNI and its oversight body, the Police Ombudsman, have reached an agreement to end a dispute over access to files in the investigation of complaints against the force.
Doctor accused of abusing patients
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A doctor has appeared in court accused of sexually assaulting female patients.
Orangeman fined for police obstruction
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A 58-year-old man was fined £200 at Belfast Magistrates' Court following his conviction of obstructing police efforts to identify a flute band breaching a ban on playing music near a loyalist protest camp.
Attempted murder accused to stand trial
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A man is to stand trial accused of an attempted murder in Belfast, a judge has ruled.
Bride admits sham marriage charge
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A fake bride has pleaded guilty to taking part in a sham marriage in Newtownards while her groom has denied the offence.
Migrant gives evidence at abuse inquiry
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A man who was abused as a child at a Catholic home in Londonderry has told the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry he had no idea where he was going when he was sent to Australia.
Man in court charged with voyeurism
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A man appeared in court charged with a six-month campaign of voyeurism.
Man stabbed in 'unprovoked attack'
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
A man was stabbed in the chest during an unprovoked attack in north Belfast, a court has heard.
Sudden death of sex abuse accused
Published: Tuesday, 02 September 2014
Two young people broke down in floods of tears at court on Tuesday after learning their alleged sex abuser had taken his own life.
Man remanded over 'handbag snatch'
Published: Monday, 01 September 2014
A man has been remanded into custody accused of snatching a handbag from a pensioner who suffered a fractured shoulder.

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