Ian Coulter

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The air of mystery – and a whiff of suspicion – which continues to surround the biggest land deal in Northern Ireland in recent years, needs to be dis(...)

The Parliament Buildings in the Stormont Estate in Belfast. Photograph: PA/Paul Faith.

The North Assembly’s finance committee is due to meet tomorrow in emergenecy session to consider allegations by TD Mick Wallace that £7 million was lo(...)

PAC chairman John McGuinness. Photograph: David Sleator

The Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) plans to investigate claims that almost €10 million in an offshore account was intended to pay figures asso(...)

Ian Coulter: circumstances of departure reported to the Law Society of Northern Ireland, according to Tughans

Tughans law firm in Belfast, one of the best-known commercial law firms in the city, said on Friday its former managing partner, Ian Coulter, left in (...)

Well-known Belfast law firm Tughans said Ian Coulter (above) was involved in the sale by Nama last year of a portfolio of loans with a nominal value of €5.7 billion, which were sold for €1.6 billion.

One of the leading business figures in Northern Ireland, Ian Coulter, was named on Friday as the partner who left a Belfast law firm in a dispute over(...)

Brian Rowntree and Frank Cushnahan  were  appointed to the Nama advisory committee for Northern Ireland. Photograph: The Irish Times

The two former members of Nama’s Northern Ireland advisory committee, named by Mick Wallace in the Dáil on Thursday, are well-known figures in the Nor(...)

Ryanair said yesterday it is in talks with Cork, Dublin, Kerry, Knock and Shannon airports about its plans to boost passenger numbers by one million next year as a result of Minister for Finance Michael Noonan’s budget pledge.

Ryanair is in talks with five airports in the Republic about its plans to boost passenger numbers by one million next year as a result of the Governm(...)

Richard Haass: the American diplomant is chairing the latest multi-party talks in the North.

‘Pints not politics.’ Could that be the simple solution to finding common ground in Northern Ireland when it comes to issues such as flags and parades(...)

Will Taylor is the last person in the North who will complain about rising temperatures and hot weather.In fact Taylor has been positively basking in (...)


Across Europe there is a major debate 
going on 
about energy prices, and the Irish presidency of the Council of the European Union is 
fundamentally
helping to shape that debate.

Why do large businesses in Northern Ireland pay nearly the highest energy prices in Europe? According to the North’s utility regulator, i(...)

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