Poundworld denied £4.1m business rates lifeline ahead of collapse

Poundworld denied £4.1m business rates lifeline ahead of collapse The Government’s revaluation of business rates was supposed to hand the retailer a tax cut. Poundworld has started stock clearance sales (Jane Barlow/PA) Poundworld was denied a £4.1...

‘Be very afraid’: Taoiseach warns of SF spending plan

‘Be very afraid’: Taoiseach warns of SF spending plan Parties clash in Dáil over Budget 2019 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Photo: Frank McGrath Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned families affected by the crises in housing and health to...

Royal Opera House issues warning on ease of movement with EU

Royal Opera House issues warning on ease of movement with EU It said that it was ‘heavily reliant’ on EU nationals. File photo dated 29/4/2013 of the Royal Opera House as security staff at the Covent...

Queally to take bite of the European baby food market

Queally to take bite of the European baby food market Pip & Pear owner Irene Queally is close to signing contracts in Germany and the Netherlands Chilled baby food business Pip & Pear is proving popular...

Gig economy turns the spotlight on who is really self-employed

Gig economy turns the spotlight on who is really self-employed Deliveroo riders were found to be self-employed in the UK. Photo: Reuters Another week, another gig economy legal development. Two high-profile decisions have just been issued...

Imperial Hotel goes green as it joins Tralee’s GLAN initiative

Imperial Hotel goes green as it joins Tralee's GLAN initiative The Imperial Hotel on Denny street is going green. The hotel is one of the first businesses in Tralee to join the Glan initiative and last...

With real prudence we’d already have a strong budget surplus

With real prudence we'd already have a strong budget surplus The projected €800m in the State's coffers may disappear all too quickly in a budget carve-up, warns writes Colm McCarthy SENSIBLE CAUTION: Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe...

Eurozone agrees deal to pave way for end to Greece’s bailout

Eurozone agrees deal to pave way for end to Greece’s bailout It also got another injection of 15 billion euros under the deal. Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos speaks with European Commissioner for Economic and Financial...

£20 million government boost for culture and creative industries

£20 million government boost for culture and creative industries Areas will be able to bid for up to £7 million for a number of projects. Michael Ellis (PA) Arts minister Michael Ellis has launched a £20 million...

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Unemployment figures back at pre-bust levels Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe and Training Minister John Halligan with twin brothers Elliot (left) and Theo Brophy and Hanna McCarthy at the launch of a CSO statistics on the...

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