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Price rises expected as estate agents struggle to meet demand – SCSI

Chartered estate agents say they are struggling to meet demand for property, especially from first time buyers. A survey of ...
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New online resource launched for those wishing to upskill or retrain

A new online portal for those hoping to upskill or retrain is being launched by the Minister for Higher Education Simon ...
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Number of new firms set up hits four year low in 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic had a big impact on company formations last year, with the number of new firms established in ...
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Employees to be given right to request remote working under Govt plan

The Government is to legislate to give employees the right to request remote working as part of a National Remote ...
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420,000 workers to receive tax bills for Covid payments

Around 420,000 people will be issued tax bills today as a result of payments they received under the two main Covid ...
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Changes to corporate tax rules will reduce revenue by up to €2bn

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, has said planned changes to corporate tax rules will result in a reduction in ...
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Are NI supermarket issues really just Brexit ‘teething troubles’?

Just how bad is the import/export situation in the UK as a result of Brexit? And in particular, how bad ...
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Industrial & logistics sector sees spike in demand – Savills

New research from property advisor Savills Ireland shows that demand in Dublin’s industrial and logistics sector was up in the final ...
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Irish mortgage interest rates joint highest in euro zone

Ireland and Greece had the joint highest mortgage interest rates across the euro area in November, new figures from the ...
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