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Oct
14
Govt aware agri-sector 'more exposed to Brexit'
Posted by on 14 October 2020 11:50 AM
The Minister for Agriculture has said that the current Government is very much aware that the Food, Agriculture and Marine sectors are, "more exposed to Brexit than any other area".
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Oct
14
McHale says Budget package sensible
Posted by on 14 October 2020 10:41 AM
The biggest Budget in the history of the State - announced by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe and Public Expenditure and Reform Minister Michael McGrath yesterday - is aimed at tackling what was described as the "invisible enemy" of Covid-19.
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Oct
14
Petrol, diesel prices rise after Dáil passes carbon tax
Posted by on 14 October 2020 08:05 AM
Petrol and diesel prices increased at midnight, after the Dáil passed the carbon tax provision in the Budget last night.
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Oct
14
Budget 2021 will do little to help gender inequality
Posted by on 14 October 2020 08:00 AM
Social Affairs and Religion Correspondent Ailbhe Conneely writes that Budget 2021 will not be remembered as a budget for women.
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Oct
14
Budget 2021: Will it save the economy?
Posted by on 14 October 2020 07:38 AM
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures, and Budget 2021 certainly contained plenty of those.
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Oct
14
Driving 'green' more attractive - if you can afford it
Posted by on 14 October 2020 07:00 AM
Budget 2021 was anxiously awaited by the motor industry.
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