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May
2
Former workers at Waterford Crystal allege the company failed to properly inform them of their pension options leaving them without an occupational pension and reliant on the State Pension.
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Apr
22
Despite a major national rollout of smart meters, only 11% of electricity customers are on smart tariffs. Prime Time explores the reasons why people have been reluctant to change their payment arrangements.
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Mar
7
Oscar-nominated film producer Ed Guiney says a new tax relief scheme introduced in the UK this week could pose a threat to Ireland's booming film industry.
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Feb
20
Empty offices: What now for Dublin's commercial property?
Posted by on 20 February 2024 01:39 PM
Investment in commercial property fell by more than half in 2023 compared to 2022.
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Feb
7
Should passenger capacity at Dublin Airport be increased?
Posted by on 07 February 2024 06:45 AM
Dublin Airport's operator, Daa, has applied to increase its passenger capacity from 32 to 40 million passengers per year. But some, including Government ministers, are opposed to the expansion.
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Jan
17
Disruptions to shipping traffic through the Red Sea caused by attacks by Yemen's Houthi rebels are likely to impact prices in Ireland in the coming weeks, according to analysts who have spoken to Prime Time.
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