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Personal injury awards down 40% due to new guidelines, report finds

The value of average awards for personal injuries made by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) has fallen by 40% ...
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Brexit Impact Loan Scheme opens for applications

The Brexit Impact Loan Scheme, which is designed to help SMEs, farmers and fishers respond to the impact of Brexit ...
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Budget to compensate most households for price growth – ESRI

The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has said Budget 2022 will on average compensate most households for price growth ...
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EU proposal provides a ‘sensible solution’ – O’Neill

The latest EU proposal to address problems of post-Brexit trade in Northern Ireland provides a “sensible solution” and a bespoke ...
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No guarantee that 22 October reopening will go as planned – Taoiseach

The Taoiseach has said he cannot guarantee that the 22 October phase of reopening will proceed as planned. Micheál Martin’s ...
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Oireachtas committee told poor pay and conditions responsible for hospitality labour shortage

The pay and conditions of hospitality workers has hit “rock bottom” and people are afraid to speak out about it, ...
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Budget 2022 puts economy on ‘prudent path’ – IFAC

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (IFAC) said the Government has put the economy on a more “prudent path” after Budget ...
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Donohoe announces €1.5bn in extra spending and tax cuts

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has announced €1.5bn in extra spending and tax cuts in Budget 2022. He said the ...
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Earnings boost for workers as bands and credits rise

Workers who pay income tax at the higher rate should see their take home pay rising by around €420 next ...
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