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European Parliament President to address Oireachtas

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola will address a joint sitting of the Oireachtas later today. Ms Metsola arrives in Ireland ...
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ECB expected to hike interest rates by further 0.5%

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank meets in Frankfurt today where it is widely expected to increase interest ...
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Euro zone inflation drops to 8.5% in January from 9.2% in December

Inflation in the euro area fell to an annual rate of 8.5% in January from 9.2% in December, according to ...
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Annual rate of inflation slows to 7.7%, CSO estimates

The annual rate of inflation slowed to 7.7% in January, according to an initial estimate by the Central Statistics Office. ...
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Irish economy grows three times faster than euro zone average in 2022

The EU’s statistical agency, Eurostat, has estimated that the euro area economy, measured by GDP, grew by 0.1% in the ...
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Hairdressers warn salons at risk if VAT rate rises

The Irish Hairdressers Federation has called for the retention of the 9% VAT rate for the sector ahead of its ...
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RTB pausing and refunding late fees to landlords

The Residential Tenancies Board is applying a temporary pause on the charging of late fees in recognition of “the genuine ...
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Rent tax credit adds to volume of calls to Revenue

Revenue is experiencing a higher volume of calls due to tenants enquiring about the new rent tax credit. The measure, ...
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70% of consumers considering buying an electric vehicle

70% of consumers in Ireland are considering an electric vehicle as their next car purchase, a new survey by DoneDeal ...
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