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Jun
12
Dead rodent found as FSAI issue closure orders
Posted by on 12 June 2024 12:20 PM
Takeaways, a cafe and garage shop have been ordered to close for breaches of food safety laws. Nine enforcement orders were served on businesses last month by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
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Jun
12
€6m in funding to provide artist workspaces
Posted by on 12 June 2024 06:00 AM
Funding of €6 million is being provided to deliver artist workspaces across the country, to address the widespread shortage of creative spaces.
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Jun
12
Strike suspended at National Advocacy Service
Posted by on 12 June 2024 12:01 AM
SIPTU members employed at the National Advocacy Service (NAS) have suspended their strike action following agreement by management to implement a Labour Court recommendation concerning pay and conditions.
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Jun
12
Government plans to increase PRSI to fund the State pension will lead to a slight increase in poverty rates, as those in the most affected age cohort are also those most likely to have dependent children, according to the ESRI.
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Jun
12
The Irish Airline Pilots' Association (IALPA) will today announce the results of a ballot of members at Aer Lingus as part of an ongoing pay dispute.
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Jun
11
Government urged to abolish sub-minimum rates of pay
Posted by on 11 June 2024 07:28 PM
The Low Pay Commission has recommended the abolition of all sub-minimum rates of pay, for all employees.
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