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Stormont report finds widespread NIHE shortcomings but no prosecutions after PSNI probes

The site at Nelson Street in Belfast that was among a number of land deals the Stormont watchdog focused on
Stormont's public spending watchdog has found some Housing Executive staff were a law unto themselves who showed "obvious disregard for proper processes and control systems". In a report that lambasts the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) board, its former chief executive Paddy McIntyre and the one-time director of the public body's regeneration division Colm McCaughley, the assembly's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) makes a raft of recommendations it believes will improve governance. The Department of Social Development also comes in for criticism from the MLAs for failures in overs[...]
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