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Burke calls for introduction of lower tax band for average income earners

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Ballinrobe based Fine Gael councillor Michael Burke has this week called on the Government to introduce a new tax band to help middle income earners.

Davitt calls for debate on Ireland’s corporate tax rate

Fianna Fáil Senator Aidan Davitt has called for a debate on Ireland corporate tax rate.

Irish charity leads the way in online learning

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The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) has launched its eLearning website, Learn with NALA. The website provides 50+ courses for free in subjects such as English, Maths, Computers and Digital Media.

Irish charity leads the way with online eLearning website

The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) has launched its eLearning website, Learn with NALA. The website provides 50+ courses for free in subjects such as English, Maths, Computers and Digital Media.

Strong exchequer returns demonstrate effectiveness of Government strategy

Chambers Ireland, representing business throughout Ireland, has stated that the Exchequer Return figures emphasise the strong economic position the country is in, despite two years of the pandemic.

Housing costs over burden for tenants, Social Justice Ireland report reveals

Problems for tenants with the high cost of accommodation as a proportion of their income and arrears on mortgage, rent and utility bills are an indication of the continued social and economic impact of the high cost of accommodation generally in Ireland according to the National Social Monitor – Ireland Social Scoreboard published by Social Justice Ireland.

State must ‘take over private health capacity’ to ease pressure on public hospitals

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Free antigen testing and faster distribution of booster shots, as well as ventilation measures in schools and workplace, are urgently needed to bring the fourth wave of Covid-19 under control.

Grealish demands Government adopt NUIG report on solving underfunding of Galway County Council

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A new local government funding model, recommended by a report from experts at NUI Galway, could be the key to ending underfunding of the Galway County Council, a situation which has left it “starved of cash”.

‘We want to tell the Irish people, France is your closest neighbour’

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Ireland may geographically be closer to Britain, but politically, with Brexit, and the UK becoming a ‘third country outside the EU, France is now the Republic’s closest neighbour - a relationship the French are keen to develop and deepen.

Home Instead announce creation of 60 jobs within Midlands region

Home Instead, Ireland’s largest private provider of home care services, has announced the creation of 60 new jobs across its Westmeath and Midlands region offices.

 

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