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Food firms being hit with price rises of up to 30%

Small and medium sized food companies in Ireland are being hit with input cost rises of almost 30%, according to ...
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Business community concerned about prospect of more lockdowns

Chambers Ireland said today that there is a growing unease within the business community regarding the Government’s pandemic planning. Ian ...
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At a glance: Here are the updated Covid-19 restrictions

The Taoiseach has announced fresh restrictions as Covid-19 infection rates surge across the country. Micheál Martin said without the success ...
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Govt announces return to remote working ‘unless absolutely necessary’

People should work from home unless it is absolutely necessary they attend in person, the Taoiseach has said. Announcing a ...
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Euro zone Q3 GDP rises 2.2% on quarterly basis as expected

Euro zone gross domestic product (GDP) rose 2.2% on a quarterly basis in the three months from July to September, ...
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Further PUP reductions from today

Recipients of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) will see the amount they receive reduced further from today. The move is ...
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Cabinet to consider work from home proposal

The Cabinet will today consider a proposal that would strongly advise people to work from home. The move is being ...
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23% of Local Property Tax returns yet to be made

Returns for around 23% of properties liable to the Local Property Tax (LPT) have not yet been made, nearly a ...
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Accountancy body urges CRO to extend filing deadline past November 25

Accountants and companies preparing for annual returns filing cut-off date facing ‘extreme pressure’ due to pandemic working conditions. The largest ...
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