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Tourism boom could be undermined by absence of trained staff – Mulherin

Fine Gael Mayo TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has called for the introduction of an apprenticeship scheme to train people for the tourism industry in order to satisfy the demand for staff.

Chinese runaway costs owner over €1,500

An Athlone businessman left court €1,535 poorer this week (March 13) after being convicted of employing illegal labour and of obstructing the subsequent investigation by the Department of Enterprise.

“Great lifestyle” contractor fined for failing to repay €45k pension debt in time

A painting contractor who employed up to 20 people at the height of his dealings, was fined €1,000 in the District Court this week (September 5) for failing to repay €45,000 to an employee pension scheme.

Government actions will reduce business costs and help create jobs – Ring

Government plans to cut the administrative burden to businesses by a quarter will help to foster investment and create jobs, according to Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring.

Social finance filling vacuum in bank lending

Social finance is providing loans to local groups and communities who are excluded from credit by the dramatic fall in bank lending, a new report has said.

Good news for McGuinness as Martin welcomes ‘opinionated TDs’ to Fianna Fail

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Fianna Fáil has the plan to support Kilkenny SMEs – McGuinness

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Fianna Fáil has a detailed plan to support SMEs in Kilkenny according to local Fianna Fáil TD and front bench spokesperson on small business, John McGuinness.

Election fever looms as March 11 set for General Election

It has been a watershed for the Government this week, we are leaking politicians like one of the burst pipes spurting water during the big thaw.

Tax savings for employers who re-employ redundant staff

A report this week has highlighted a practice of tax savings being employed by some companies which make staff redundant, and then at a later date apply for a tax rebate on the redundancy payments before re-employing the same staff but at a lower wage.

Cowen has nothing to fear from McGuinness memoirs

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Brian Cowen and his colleagues should have nothing to fear from John McGuinness’s new book, but readers can expect an ‘honest review’ of the controversial local TD’s political life, the author confirmed last evening.


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