NI Water’s first stint in court ends in £100 fine

Northern Ireland Water has been prosecuted after polluting a river just hours after it lost the protection of crown immunity. The government-owned company was fined just £100 with costs of £211, but the prosecution is nevertheless a landmark in more open environmental regulation in the province.

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