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‘Faster’ process on the way to help small firms restructure

Minister of State for Trade Robert Troy has said a more cost-effective and faster administrative process will be put in ...
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Numbers claiming PUP down over 8,500 on last week

The Department of Social Protection has advised employers facing difficulties in re-hiring staff to contact it so that it can ...
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Foreign investors accounted for 78% of property funding between 2017 and 2019

€4.2 billion in capital was pumped into the Irish commercial and residential property market by foreign private finance providers each ...
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Younger workers most impacted by pandemic – ESRI

Young adults have suffered the worst unemployment and labour market impact from Covid-19, according to the latest research by the ...
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Proposals to prevent first-time buyers competing with funds

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has said he will share proposals later this week to prevent first-time buyers competing with ...
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Government to continue to support businesses as Covid curbs ease – Varadkar

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said that today is “a day of freedom” as society partially re-opens and people can travel freely ...
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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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