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Spratt calls for stability over NI Water chief's plan to resign Trevor Haslett has told NI Water he wants to resign The chair of Stormont's Regional Development Committee, Jimmy Spratt, has called for stability at NI Water. It follows the news that
NI Water boss Trevor Haslett steps down Mr Haslett had been head of NI Water for less than a year The head of Northern Ireland water has resigned. Trevor Haslett had been in the post for less than a year after the resignation of the previous boss in
NI Water ill prepared for winter water crisis Filling up: at the height of the crisis 40,000 homes were off supply Northern Ireland Water was not prepared to deal with the Christmas water crisis which left 450,000 people without mains supply, a
contacted UK aid scheme on New Year's Eve NI Water have said 260 properties are still without water The chief executive of an industry body which coordinates assistance for UK water operators has said it was not asked to help NI Water until New Year'
Northern Ireland Water cuts off 40,000 homes overnight NI Water said it would be "at least three or four more days" before everyone was reconnected Water supply has again been disrupted to thousands of homes in Northern Ireland overnight. At about
Water for most Northern Ireland homes 'by next week' NI Water interim chairman Padraic White: "Belfast reservoirs remain in the most precarious position" Northern Ireland Water has said it expects most homes in NI to have their water restored by the
NI's First Minister Peter Robinson has condemned NI Water's response to the ongoing water crisis. Speaking after an emergency Executive meeting called to discuss Northern Ireland's water crisis he said "someone had to be held accountable". More than
Source: MSNBC.com Some 40,000 homes and businesses in Northern Ireland as well as 77 other towns and villages have for the past 9 days been struggling where to find water for their daily needs.
Ministers to meet over Northern Ireland water crisis Martin McGuinness calls Northern Ireland's lack of water a 'grave crisis' Ministers in Northern Ireland are to hold an emergency meeting to discuss how to help the 36,000 people who have been
Former top Welsh civil servant to head NI Water probe An investigation into the events which led to the suspension of a top civil servant is to be led by the former most senior civil servant in Wales. Paul Priestly was suspended from the Department