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A Kilkenny retailer has warned that the easy availability of illegal cigarettes has caused hundreds of job losses in the retail sector this year.
Kilkenny Fianna Fail Deputy John McGuinness has pledged to thoroughly investigate the recent discovery of a €3.6billion euro ‘double count’ which saw a payment between State agencies being counted twice.
During a visit to Galway last weekend, Sinn Fein’s finance spokesperson, Pearse Doherty, called on the public to join the campaign to ‘Stop the Handover’ of billions of euros to Anglo bondholders.
Galway West TD Seán Kyne has confirmed that Finance Minister Michael Noonan is willing to examine amending legislation to allow sole traders to bring complaints against banks and other financial institutions to the Financial Services Ombudsman (FSO).
Fears for the future operation of credit unions across Mayo and the country have been highlighted by Ballina TD Michelle Mulherin at a Fine Gael parliamentary party meeting this week.
There is no “magic bullet” or “one size fits all solution” to mortgage debt in the country. These were comments made by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, on Thursday morning, as he addressed the Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform.
DRAGON’S DEN sensation Santa Ponsa Or Bust comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week on Friday August 5 and Saturday 6 featuring the two funniest men in Cork: Frank Twomey and Pakie O’Callaghan.
The announcement by the Minister for Finance in the Government’s jobs initiative to lower the VAT rate to nine per cent in respect of certain goods and services related to tourism is good news for Mayo, according to Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony.
The Government’s job initiative may be a step in the right direction but far more clarity is needed on how its implementation will come about, according to the Galway Chamber of Commerce.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has confirmed in the Dáil that the Government's jobs initiative will be announced next Tuesday.