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# Justice Minister

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Shatter criticises Kelleher no-show for Friday Dáil debate
But the Fianna Fáil TD who had criticised the government over Friday sittings said he didn’t have to attend today’s Dáil debate and repeated his criticisms.
Jump in number of burglaries happening across Ireland
Meanwhile, Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said new CSO figures give a “positive picture” of Ireland as there were decreases in 12 of the 14 crime groups.
McAleese to meet Irish troops in Lebanon on final official trip
The President will meet with members of the 104th Battalion today, visit Camp Shamrock, and lay a wreath in memory of those who have lost their lives.
Judges to lose the wigs from today
Starting this morning, judges will no longer be required to wear horsehair wigs – a tradition dating back to 1660 – in court.
Poll: Should Ireland's new gambling laws allow for 'super casinos'?
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has effectively ruled out developments like the proposed Twomileborris large-scale casino. Has he done the right thing? You tell us…
Legal aid lawyers have fees cut by another 10 per cent
Almost one-third has been knocked off solicitor and counsel fees in criminal legal aid scheme since 2009.
Cloyne clerical abuse report to be published this month
Lengthy saga of legalese to come to an end after Cabinet sees report on 12 July says Justice Minister Alan Shatter.
Cloyne report cleared for publication
The report follows a two-year investigation into the handling of the allegations of child sex abuse in the Catholic diocese of Cloyne in Co Cork.