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Staff shortages affecting hospitality industry

Hospitality was one of the industries worst affected by the Covid crisis, or to put it in the words of ...
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Consultation launched to strengthen rights of employees

A new consultation has been launched on strengthening the rights of employees in Ireland. Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade ...
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State will spend €41bn on pandemic supports, report finds

The State will end up spending €41 billion on pandemic supports, according to a paper from the Tax Strategy Group. ...
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Family businesses plan to hire more staff

Family run businesses employ nearly 1 million people in Ireland – and collectively are one of the biggest employers in ...
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11% of investors hold crypto-assets, including Bitcoin

Most investors are ‘going digital’, with new research revealing that 56% of those surveyed make investments online. The survey commissioned ...
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Property price growth hits 3 year high of 8.6% – CSO

Residential property prices rose on an annual basis by 8.6% – the fastest annual pace in three years – in ...
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Govt debt could end up on ‘unsustainable path’ – IFAC

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has said the economy is recovering ‘swiftly’ but government spending plans for the upcoming Budget ...
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Central Bank has not approved shared equity scheme despite Minister’s claim

Earlier this month, Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien told Prime Time that the Government’s proposed shared equity scheme, a core part ...
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Fund approval will see Credit Unions investing in social housing

The Central Bank has approved a new fund that will facilitate credit unions to get involved in the delivery of ...
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