Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Northern Ireland company fined for employee exposure to asbestos

Northern Ireland company fined for employee exposure to asbestos

By Lenore Rice Mettallix Ltd in Ballymena has been given a fine of £6,000 plus costs for health and safety breaches that resulted in the "needless" exposure of employees to asbestos... Read more

Small businesses dealing with 8 per cent increase in unpaid invoices

By Gillian Crotty There has been an 8 per cent increase in outstanding invoices owed to SMEs in Northern Ireland and the rest of UK compared to last year, according to... Read more

Constructors warn of a new Northern Ireland property bubble

By Michelle Rock Northern Ireland could experience another property bubble as a result of a lack of new houses being built, according to the Construction Employers Federation (CEF). It has previously been... Read more

Rate increase would cause difficulties for half of mortgage borrowers

By Natasha Adamson A half of mortgage borrowers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK expect to face financial difficulty when interest rates eventually increase, according to a new... Read more

Divorcing couples fight more over possessions than children

By Lenore Rice More couples going through a divorce fight over possessions than the children, according to a new survey by Big Yellow Self Storage. Perhaps not surprisingly, the most common thing... Read more

Injured war veteran at risk of losing compensation in divorce

By Lenore Rice A war veteran who was left severely brain damaged when the vehicle he was travelling in was hit by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan is now facing the... Read more

Northern Ireland property prices jump 7.4 per cent in 12 months

By Michelle Rock Northern Ireland has experienced the biggest increase in property prices of all the UK regions over the 12 months leading up to July 2015, according to new figures... Read more

Will revisions required to benefit from new inheritance tax allowance

By Lenore Rice Accountants are warning that thousands of people in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK will need to update their Will in order to benefit from a... Read more

Doctor accused of medical negligence escapes fitness to practice tribunal

By Gillian Crotty A doctor accused of 'botching' numerous operations has been allowed to remove himself voluntarily from the medical register, and thereby avoid a fitness to practice tribunal. There are a... Read more

New figures show extent of Northern Ireland negative equity problem

By Michelle Rock A new study has revealed that a half of all UK houses affected by negative equity are in Northern Ireland, and that it is the only region to... Read more