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Traffic volumes rise in May as Covid travel curbs ease

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the volume of cars on Irish roads has been rising slowly ...
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Employees want flexibility in where and when they work, survey finds

Over half of employees would consider leaving their job post pandemic if they are not given some form of flexibility ...
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EU’s commitment to Good Friday Agreement ‘unwavering’, says Gentiloni

Paolo Gentiloni, EU Commissioner for Economy, has said the EU’s commitment to the Good Friday Agreement is “unwavering”. Commissioner Gentiloni ...
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Is now a good time to lock into a 20-year mortgage?

Appearing before an Oireachtas Committee at the end of 2016, the then chief executive of Bank of Ireland more or ...
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Lack of online services saw 1 in 3 closing credit union accounts – survey

Around a third of people surveyed by a company that provides technical expertise to the credit unions sector said they ...
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Construction activity bounces back, but costs soar

Activity in the construction sector expanded for the first time this year in May, according to Ulster Bank’s latest Purchasing ...
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NAMA increases projected lifetime surplus to €4.25 billion from €4 billion

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) now expects to provide an overall surplus to the Exchequer over its lifetime of ...
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Ireland to make strong case for tax competition, says Donohoe

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that Ireland will be vigourously making the case for tax competition and for maintaining ...
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ECB lifts euro zone growth and inflation projections

The European Central Bank has raised its growth and inflation projections for this year and next as the euro zone ...
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