Thousands of suspected criminals are dodging justice after disappearing while on bail in Northern Ireland, it can be revealed.
Some of them are still on the run more than three decades after they vanished.
The suspects are linked to almost 13,000 crimes, including dozens of sex offences.
Nearly 1,500 individuals have been at large for at least a decade.
The figures have been branded “embarrassing”, with justice officials accused of allowing people to vanish into thin air.
Public service workers in North Wales have landed themselves in hot water over inappropriate use of the internet and posts on social media.
A Freedom of Information request by the Daily Post reveals nearly 60 council employees, health workers and fire service staff have either been sacked, suspended, disciplined or demoted since 2013.
Thousands of local authority, police, fire, health and university employees have access to the internet at work, with varying levels of personal use allowed.