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Jan
31
America moves from gas guzzlers to green electric cars
Posted by on 31 January 2023 07:39 AM
America is famous for its gas-guzzlers – big cars with big engines.
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Jan
28
Focus on Govt as cost-of-living supports set to expire
Posted by on 28 January 2023 07:00 AM
The Government's massive €11bn Budget last October ushered in a raft of new cost-of-living supports for households and businesses. But many were temporary and are due to expire at the end of February.
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Jan
27
Explainer: The Northern Ireland Protocol
Posted by on 27 January 2023 06:00 AM

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Jan
22
Coillte's controversy: A UK-based fund and Govt summons
Posted by on 22 January 2023 07:00 AM
Weeks of controversy over Coillte's decision to link up with an institutional investor fund to buy land and forests leads to a ministerial summons, but the investor fund stays, writes Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh.
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Jan
21
Sustainability a massive challenge for aviation sector
Posted by on 21 January 2023 07:00 AM
Aviation has faced down the threats caused by the pandemic and the shocks arising from the Ukraine war. But it now faces an even greater challenge of making itself sustainable, writes Business Editor Will Goodbody.
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Jan
15
Housing outlook is poor, despite record investment
Posted by on 15 January 2023 07:00 AM
Housing remains the number one challenge for the Government, but despite record investment the outlook is poor.
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