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12,000 business reopening today as Covid curbs ease

12,000 businesses are expected to reopen their premises this week as Covid-19 restrictions ease further starting from today. Non-essential retailers ...
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Govt urged to double social housing units by 2030

The number of social housing units in Ireland needs to double by 2030, according to think-tank Social Justice Ireland. Its ...
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What supports are available for first-time buyers?

It was undoubtedly a week of mixed emotions for prospective first-time buyers. On the one hand, a glimmer of hope ...
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Donohoe plans to gradually cap moneylender rates

The Minister for Finance is to bring forward proposals to Government to gradually cap the interest rates that moneylenders can ...
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Household net worth hits new high, as savings continue to rise

Household net worth reached a record high of €855bn in the final quarter of last year due to an increase ...
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Covid Unemployment rate falls to 22.4% ahead of reopening

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the Covid-19 crisis continues to have a significant impact on the ...
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Services growth hits 14-month high in April – PMI

Activity in the services sector accelerated to hit a 14-month high in April as the country began a gradual loosening ...
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Govt further examining investment fund housing issue

Discussions on how to stop financial investment companies buying large sections of housing estates are likely to continue across Government ...
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Exchequer returns show deficit hit €7.6bn last month

The Exchequer recorded a deficit of €7.6bn in April, up from €7.5bn at the same time last year. The deterioration ...
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