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10 key points from the FF General Election manifesto

1) Childcare Fianna Fáil says it will reduce childcare costs with increased subsidies. It says it will invest an additional €81m to increase the universal...

How to choose travel insurance

If you're planning a holiday, travel insurance can be a useful way to ensure you're protected – whether from inconveniences like lost baggage, or...

Using Pay As You Go? Use it or lose it!

Whilst browsing through my tweets I noticed this exchange between Phones Show producer Steve Litchfield and the Vodafone Twitter account. It relates to a...

Aldi in Ireland has announced it will pay its staff the...

Aldi here in Ireland has announced today that they will be the first supermarket to commit to paying the living wage of €11.70 an...

Public sector workers pay set to be restored following draft pay...

The Government and public service unions have reached a deal on a draft pay agreement to restore public sector pay by 2020. By the end...

Zappone wants extra funding for creches

Children's Minister and Dublin South West TD Katherine Zappone says she will push for extra funding for crèches that deliver the affordable childcare scheme...

People who paid water charges should be fully repaid

The Dáil committee assigned to examine the future of water services in Ireland will recommend a full refund for people who paid their water charges. The...

South Dublin County Council say they are owed millions in rent...

According to figures released at this months council meeting, South Dublin County Council is owed rent arrears of over €7.5 million due to 6,807 of its...

Local TD says closed schools biggest lock-out of trade unionists since...

Anti Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy has compared the current industrial dispute between the ASTI and the government to the Dublin 1913 Lockout. With secondary...

Garda strike action deferred with members set to consider new pay...

The Garda Representative Association and the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors have called-off today's planned strike action. This followed the Central Executive Committee of...

Schools out as teachers take to the picket line over pay

With some local teachers joining their colleagues nationwide in a day of strike action over equal pay for newly qualified teachers, the head of...

Gardai begin campaign of industrial action

For the first time in the history of the force Garda sergeants and inspectors are on a work-to-rule today. It marks the beginning of a...

Donohue and Noonan defend TD’s pay rise

Paschal Donohue and Michael Noonan went on national radio this afternoon to defend pay rises for TDs in Budget 2017 which only offered old...

New report says large number of Irish workers are paying more...

Irish middle-income workers are paying more income tax than those in Britain, Spain, Sweden, the US and Switzerland. This is according to a new report...

Changes to Pay and Display Parking in South Dublin come in...

In April 2014 South Dublin County Council introduced 30 Minutes Free Parking in Council- owned Pay and Display parking spaces in the villages of...

EU says Ireland let Apple off paying €13n in taxes. Apple...

The European Commission says illegal tax benefits allowed Apple to pay a rate of 1% on European Union profits in 2003 and 0.005% in 2014. The findings...
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