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FLAC reaction to court review of insolvency arrangements

Legal rights group FLAC (Free Legal Advice Centres) say new provisions for independent oversight of personal insolvency arrangements are a welcome first step towards adjusting the imbalance between those who are in serious mortgage debt and their creditors.

KCI Manufacturing facility wins CPD Employer of the Year Award

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The KCI Manufacturing facility in Athlone has won the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Employer of the Year Award at the annual Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.

New car registrations up 28 per cent

New car registrations were up 28 per cent (2,571) last month when compared to October 2014 (2,011). New car registrations for the year are currently up 30 per cent (123,670) on the same period last year. Light commercials vehicles (LCV), were down 13 per cent (1,206) on October 2014 (1,392) but year to date are up 43 per cent (22,848).

RGDATA points finger at local authorities for decline of town centres

The Retail Grocery Dairy & Allied Trades Association, RGDATA, has claimed that local authorities in Ireland need to up their game when it comes to preventing the decline of Irish town and village centres. 

New Government housing package will increase supply of homes built

The announcement by Minister for the Environment, Alan Kelly, that he is to reduce levies for construction and make changes to planning standards will increase the supply of houses and lower construction costs, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).

Fine print reveals the flaws in Government messages

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Before the 'Send' icon was clicked, someone should have asked Labour Galway West TD Derek Nolan if he wanted one final look over his press release welcoming Budget 2016, because concluding this happy statement, entitled Family-Friendly Budget Ensures Right People Benefit From Recovery, is one hell of a howler.

Budget 2016 is economically positive, but does not go far enough for the construction sector

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) are broadly supportive of Budget 2016 announced on Tuesday, which sets Ireland on a positive path for economic growth and recovery.

Six steps to increase housing supply and stimulate growth in the economy

If 10,000 more housing units are built per year, an additional 25,000 people will be employed in the construction sector, according to the Construction Industry Federation [CIF].


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