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Northern Ireland house prices to rise by 4 per cent in 2015

Northern Ireland house prices to rise by 4 per cent in 2015

By Michelle Rock Property prices in Northern Ireland could rise by as much as 4 percent next year, more than the projected UK average of 3 per cent, and higher than... Read more

Northern Ireland unemployment falls for 23rd month in a row

By Gillian Crotty The rate of unemployment in Northern Ireland has fallen for a 23rd consecutive month, however the rate of decrease is behind the rest of the UK. There were 700... Read more

Northern Ireland has lowest property price increases in UK

By Lauren Burns Property prices in Northern Ireland rose by 4.9 per cent in the 12 month period up to October, the joint lowest rate of growth in the whole of... Read more

Mortgage lending expected to increase slowly in next 2 years

By Natasha Adamson Residential mortgage lending is expected to grow in the next two years, but the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) considers that the increases will be slower than those... Read more

Northern Ireland businesses count the cost of 2014

By Gillian Crotty New figures show the extent of the difficulties faced by businesses in Northern Ireland this year, with 5,120 companies ceasing to trade. According to the figures from the Office... Read more

Divorce case decision opens door for genius wealth protection

By Lenore Rice The High Court judgement in a divorce case involving a wealthy couple could result in the creation of 'genius wealth' protection. The Court was hearing the divorce case of... Read more

Northern Ireland employees made redundant win compensation

By Gillian Crotty An employment tribunal has ruled that former employees of the Northern Ireland construction company Mivan are entitled to compensation as they were made redundant without any consultation process. The... Read more

One in three drivers have had to avoid drunk pedestrians

By Gary Adair As Christmas fast approaches, the police in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK are stepping up their awareness campaigns in respect of the dangers of drink... Read more

Stamp duty reform likely to inflate property prices

By Michelle Rock The stamp duty reform announcement made in the Autumn Statement included a claim that 98 per cent of property buyers would be better off, however the good news... Read more

The landmark case looking at wealth earned after a divorce

By Lenore Rice There is a landmark case being heard at the Supreme Court being watched with much interest as it looks at the issue of a former spouse's right to... Read more