Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Death of mental health patient blamed on health trust by father

Death of mental health patient blamed on health trust by father

By Gary Adair The father of Patrick Campbell, aged 26, who died by suicide after escaping from the mental health unit at Ulster Hospital says the health trust is to blame... Read more

Bus driver who used iPad at wheel loses unfair dismissal claim

By Gillian Crotty An Employment Appears Tribunal has rejected an unfair dismissal claim brought by the bus driver who was sacked for operating an iPad while travelling at 60mph.   A motorist on... Read more

Mortgage approvals reach 17-month high in July

By Natasha Adamson Mortgage approvals for property purchasers and existing home owners in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK reached a 17-month high in July according to new figures... Read more

Study suggests women are twice as likely to initiate divorces

By Lenore Rice A new study suggests that women are twice as likely as men to initiate a divorce, with the author of the research suggesting that gender imbalance when it... Read more

NI doctors lack confidence on dealing with occupational lung diseases

By Gillian Crotty A new survey reveals that a third of respiratory physicians in Northern Ireland lack confidence when it comes to diagnosing or treating occupational lung diseases such as mesothelioma. A... Read more

Ryanair fail in attempt to reduce compensation claim period

By Gillian Crotty Ryanair could be receiving compensation claims from 2.66million passengers after a ruling that its attempt to cut the period in which a flight delay claim can be brought... Read more

First divorce case following Ashley Madison data breach

By Lenore Rice It has been reported that the first divorce case has been instigated following the theft of user details from the Ashley Madison website, which is a service for... Read more

Compensation win for motorcyclist injured on muddy road

By Gillian Crotty A motorcyclist has won £10,000 compensation following an accident caused by excess mud lying on a road close to two local farmers' fields. Carrie Dickinson was aged just 16... Read more

Mortgage lending reached a 7 year high in July

By Lauren Burns The amount of money borrowed by property purchasers and home owners in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK reached a 7 year high in July according... Read more

Northern Ireland property prices are back to the 'normal' 2005 values

By Lauren Burns Property prices in Northern Ireland are back to the same levels as 2005 following a 3 per cent increase over the first two quarters of this year, according... Read more