Kim Jong-un, who was seen walking with a limp in recent state TV footage, sent a congratulatory message to China on its national day.
The Family Justice Courts will have a new set of Family Justice Rules to work by come next year, announced CJ Menon, adding that family lawyers could be given accreditation in future.
Companies can make use of the kit to self-assess their IT security strategies and get recommendations on how to address the gaps, if any, via a consultation clinic.
Politicians marked China's National Day while protesters gathered in the surrounding streets, as crowds are expected to reach their biggest yet due to the two-day public holiday.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "deeply concerned" by developments in the former British colony and his deputy Nick Clegg announced his intention to summon China's ambassador to express "alarm and dismay".
Swelling pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have been painted in a supportive light in the global media - quite different from the narrative told in China.
This follows a string of generally upbeat US data and expectations of more Bank of Japan monetary easing.
The payments service provider says approximately 185 jobs will be created, and this is part of the move to expand its technology resources globally.
Trade and Industry Minister highlights three areas that should be prioritised for development and liberalisation, including catastrophe insurance.
South Korean inflation grew at its slowest rate for seven months in September, following a 1.4 per cent increase in August.