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Labour vows to help first time buyers get on the property ladder

Labour vows to help first time buyers get on the property ladder

By Michelle Rock Labour is appealing to the first time buyer vote by pledging to build more houses and introduce three-year tenancies with limited rent rises. David Orr, chief executive of the... Read more

Survey reveals most desirable postcodes in Northern Ireland

By Lauren Burns The five most desirable postcodes to live in Northern Ireland have been revealed in a Royal Mail survey that looked at green spaces, affordable housing and commuting times. The... Read more

New rules to tackle late payments pledged for April 2016

By Gillian Crotty The coalition government has pledged to introduce rules to tackle late payments by large companies in April next year if they remain in power. While the new rules are... Read more

Recent fatal road accidents in NI take 2015 total of deaths to 10

By Gillian Crotty Fatal road accidents in County Down and County Fermanagh this week means there have now been ten deaths on Northern Ireland roads this year. The number of fatalities is... Read more

Fewer employees are claiming compensation for a work accident injury

By Gillian Crotty New research suggests that the number of employees claiming for compensation following an injury sustained in an accident at work has dropped from 29 per cent in 2013... Read more

End of year tax returns scrapped in favour of real-time accounts

Chancellor George Osborne announced in his Budget speech today that the government will scrap annual tax returns and replace them with a 'real-time' online accounts system that calculates tax throughout... Read more

Osborne announces help-to-buy Isa for first-time buyers

By Lauren Burns George Osborne's budget has been described as one for the savers and pensioners, and with Stamp duty covered in the Autumn statement, there wasn't much expectation of good... Read more

Man sues ex-wife after learning ex-boyfriend was father of their son

The Central London County Court is hearing a damages claim from a man who says his ex-wife admitted that he was not the father of their son, and that it... Read more

Victory after 16yr medical negligence fight over son's brain damage

By Gillian Crotty A woman has been awarded £5.35million medical negligence compensation 16 years after her son suffered brain damage during birth. In October 1999 Nadine Montgomery was taken to Bellshill Maternity... Read more

One in three victims of domestic abuse can't get legal aid

By Lenore Rice The Justice Select Committee say that legal aid changes in England and Wales are preventing a third of domestic abuse victims getting access to a solicitor because they... Read more