(born 1 October 1959) is a celebrity chef from Ballywalter, County Down, Northern Ireland. Born in Glasgow, Scotland his parents moved back to Ballywater, where he grew up. This was stated when he was the subject of an episode of a short programme named Proud Parents on Channel 4, made in 2006. On the episode of Ready Steady Cook first broadcast on Tuesday 26 February 2008, he himself stated he was born in Scotland.
14.02.2012 [Illawarra Mercury] - Mayor Kellie Marsh and colleague PaulRankin both said they were not aware of the approved plans at the massive development when they introduced their controversial notice of motion at last week's council meeting. The three turbines would be installed
13.02.2012 [Dromore Today] - Among those to receive word was the DUP's Councillor PaulRankin, who swiftly urged the Dromore community to effectively stand up and be counted by seizing the opportunity to demonstrate their support for the anti-closure campaign.
08.02.2012 [Illawarra Mercury] - Mayor Kellie Marsh used her casting vote to pass the motion on Tuesday night, with support from her Liberal colleague PaulRankin and independent councillor Helen Stewart. Labor Deputy Mayor Marianne Saliba yesterday said the council had ''jumped the
08.02.2012 [Dromore Today] - The meeting is to take place at 7.15pm on Wednesday, February 29, in Banbridge's Belmont Hotel, and among those to separately question the venue this week were Dromore Councillors PaulRankin and Olive Mercer and Lagan Valley MLA Basil McCrea.
28.01.2012 [Blackpool Gazette] - Blackpool Airport director PaulRankin said: “We are delighted to announce these new flights to and from France and we are looking forward to welcoming people into our fantastic county during what promises to be a thrilling year.
25.01.2012 [Cumnock Chronicle] - Ian Capstick, who is originally from New Cumnock, performed in front of celebrity chefs Nick Nairn and PaulRankin at the Burns Supper in Irvine. His performance was captured on film as part of a new eight-part Ulster TV series expected to hit the
31.07.2009 by Hermano 2 If the bar at The Merchant Hotel is worth a visit, Cayenne, the remaining restaurant of the former PaulRankin empire is, unfortunately, one to avoid, not just for the expense, which is comparable to anything in London, ...
20.07.2009 by Raging Raven Â Maybe you could negotiate a sponsorship deal with Ormo or PaulRankin? Dear FRU,. After leading Ulster to glory at Thomond Park last season I was surprised to find a few weeks later that I was dropped and accused of not being able to ...