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Cost-of-living crisis could last ‘years’, says Tánaiste

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has told the Dáil that the cost-of-living crisis could last for years. Speaking during Leaders’ Questions, Mr ...
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Solar panels could power ‘quarter of Irish households’

Climate scientists at University College Cork have concluded that a quarter of all the electricity needed by Irish households could ...
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New EU roaming rules come into force

New EU roaming rules for mobile phone users have come into effect after the previous EU Roaming regulation of 2017 ...
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‘Prolonged period of high inflation’ possible – McGrath

The country may be facing in to a “prolonged period of inflation” according to Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform ...
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Vodafone Ireland to upgrade its 3G network

nced that it is to begin a phased programme to upgrade its entire 3G service from late 2022. The company ...
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241 new jobs in eight IDA Ireland high growth companies

IDA Ireland have announced the creation of 241 jobs in Dublin, Galway, Letterkenny and Limerick across eight high growth companies ...
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Govt to make changes to rules for tips and service charges

The Government is expected to make changes to new tipping legislation, which will effectively ban so-called ‘service charges’ on bills ...
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Dalata says hotel recovery continues to beat expectations

Dalata Hotel Group said today that the faster than anticipated recovery in hotel markets over the last four months has ...
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Changes to Community Employment schemes to boost recruitment

The Government has announced a number of changes to Community Employment schemes in a bid to boost the recruitment and ...
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