Tag Archives: PUBLIC PROSECUTION SERVICE

FRANK Cushnahan is one of two men to be charged as part of a criminal investigation into Northern Ireland’s biggest ever property deal. It relates … more


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POLICE say a man has been questioned after dash cam footage showed him driving down the wrong side of the road at speed in a … more


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THE Public Prosecution Service has defended its its decision not to prosecute two people in connection with a toddler’s “non-accidental” death. Liam Gonzalez Bennett, from … more


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Former ACC Duncan McCausland released from police custody on Thursday night

FORMER PSNI ACC Duncan McCausland has been released this evening from police custody. Detectives from the PSNI’s Serious Crime Branch had been granted more time … more


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Strabane PSNI station

DETECTIVES have charged a teenager with criminal damage, intimidation, possession of a firearm or imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and resisting … more


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Sinn Fein MLA Gerry Kelly carried by PSNI landrover during Tour of the North parade

FIRST Sinn Fein MLA Gerry Kelly was given a police rap across the knuckles for clamouring onto a moving PSNI Landrover. Now the driver of … more


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Police released man arrested over murder of hospital porter in 2004

DETECTIVES have released a man arrested over a murder in Dundonald in 2004. Officers are to send a report to the Public Prosecution Service following … more


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Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams could face prosecution for withholding information about the sex assaults on his niece

IN an unprecedented move, the Director of Public Prosecutions has asked for a review of the decision not to prosecute Gerry Adams for withholding evidence … more


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PPS drop review of supergrass Neil Hyde in the case of murdered journalist Martin O

THE Police Ombudsman has been called in to investigate the murder of a journalist over a decade ago. The move comes after the Public Prosecution … more


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Man shouted abuse at police during Union flag protest in January

A MAN man who shouted abuse at police was among a hostile crowd taking part in a loyalist flag protest, a court has been told. … more


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