Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Stormont told to shape up for corporation tax powers

Stormont told to shape up for corporation tax powers

By Neil Logan Theresa Villiers has said that Stormont needs to be "in the best possible shape" if it is ever to receive powers to vary corporation tax rates, referring specifically... Read more

Cameron pledges to raise income tax thresholds

David Cameron has pledged to raise the threshold at which income tax becomes payable, and also the threshold at which an employee would be liable to pay the 40p income... Read more

Stamp duty criticised as revenue jumps by £1.5billion

By Michelle Rock Stamp duty land tax revenue jumped by £1.5billion in just a year, prompting more criticism that the scheme needs reformed to take into account rising house prices in... Read more

Dentist guilty of negligence struck off register

By Gillian Crotty Prof Philip Lamey, who was found guilty of 108 charges of malpractice, has been struck off the dental registry and given an immediate suspension. A disciplinary panel had heard... Read more

Nuns killed in fatal road crash on Belfast Road

By Gary Adair Two nuns have died in a fatal car accident on the Belfast Road in Newry in a collision with an unmarked PSNI vehicle. The crash happened at 9.25am this... Read more

Divorce tourism accused of clogging up UK family courts

By Lenore Rice Yet another international couple are involved in a dispute to see if their divorce should be handled in the courts in UK, which is generally a favoured option... Read more

Report on Parry murder raises domestic abuse questions

By Lenore Rice The response by police to domestic abuse calls by Caroline Parry, who was murdered by her estranged husband, has been criticised in a new report into her death. Caroline... Read more

Lamey guilty of 108 charges of dentist negligence

By Gillian Crotty Prof Philip Lamey, a former consultant at the Royal Victoria Hospital's School of Dentistry in Belfast, has been found guilty of 108 charges of malpractice by a disciplinary... Read more

Debt recovery and tips to minimise late payments

By Gillian Crotty Small businesses continue to be troubled by late and non-paying customers, with SMEs in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK estimated to be owed £40billion. Many... Read more

Divorce more likely among couples who meet online

By Lenore Rice Married couples who meet online are three times more likely to divorce according to a new study, and also have a bigger chance of separating within the first... Read more