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PAC 'was advised to limit Project Eagle report'​, Sean Fleming says - Irish Examiner;

PAC 'was advised to limit Project Eagle report'​, Sean Fleming says - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerPAC 'was advised to limit Project Eagle report'​, Sean Fleming saysIrish ExaminerSenior Oireachtas officials "advised" the Dáil's public accounts committee to limit its damning Project Eagle report amid clear legal threats from both Finance Minister Michael Noonan and NAMA, PAC chair and Fianna Fáil TD Sean Fleming has said.PAC chair says he was pressured to limit Project Eagle reportRTE.ie'Shame on the Minister for Finance': What was that massive row in the Dáil all about last night?thejournal.iePAC chairman claims Noonan threatened to injunct committeeIrish TimesNewstalk 106-108 fm -Limerick Leader -Irish Independent -BreakingNews.ieall 15 news articles »

Agri Careers Fair: 'it takes one combine to keep Guinness going' - Irish Farmers Journal;

Agri Careers Fair: 'it takes one combine to keep Guinness going' - Irish Farmers Journal

Irish Farmers JournalAgri Careers Fair: 'it takes one combine to keep Guinness going'Irish Farmers JournalThe hours can be long but Claas works with staff at off-peak times to ensure that they are happy. 1. PrevNext. The second panel discussion at the 2017 Agri Careers Fair looked into the role of the apprentice in agriculture and how people can get a foot ...1100 agri-food jobs on offer at Dublin eventRTE.ieNearly 1100 jobs will be up for grabs at an event in Dublin todayJOEHere's Where Over 1000 Jobs Are Up For Grabs In Dublin TodayLovin Dublinall 10 news articles »

Shane Ross is 'sabotaging' public transport, Sinn Féin claims - Irish Times;

Shane Ross is 'sabotaging' public transport, Sinn Féin claims - Irish Times

Irish TimesShane Ross is 'sabotaging' public transport, Sinn Féin claimsIrish TimesThere were sharp exchanges in the Dáil Thursday as Ministers and Opposition TDs clashed over how best to respond to the ongoing Bus Éireann strike. Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald accused Minister for Transport Shane Ross of “sabotaging ...Rural school transport payments 'may be delayed'RTE.ieGovernment insist Transport Minister cannot intervene in Bus Éireann disputeBreakingNews.ieBus strike – Transport Minister should do his job, Mary Lou tells DáilAn PhoblachtTheCork.ieall 7 news articles »

PICS: You can now stay in these five beautiful lighthouse properties in Ireland - JOE;

PICS: You can now stay in these five beautiful lighthouse properties in Ireland - JOE

JOEPICS: You can now stay in these five beautiful lighthouse properties in IrelandJOEIrish Landmark Trust have announced that five beautiful lighthouse properties in Ireland will now be available for the public to enjoy as short-term holiday accommodation. The announcement marks the enhancement of an existing partnership between Irish ...Ever wanted to stay in a lighthouse? Now you canthejournal.ieall 2 news articles »

JP Morgan Chase in talks for Dublin office which could house 1000 workers - sources - RTE.ie;

JP Morgan Chase in talks for Dublin office which could house 1000 workers - sources - RTE.ie

RTE.ieJP Morgan Chase in talks for Dublin office which could house 1000 workers - sourcesRTE.ieJPMorgan Chase & Co is in talks to buy a Dublin office building as the company considers expanding in Ireland after the UK's vote to leave the European Union, news agency Bloomberg reports. Quoting people with knowledge of the matter, Bloomberg said ...JP Morgan eyes Capital Dock for Brexit relocationIrish IndependentJP Morgan in talks to buy Dublin building that could hold 1000 staffThe GuardianJPMorgan eyes Dublin site as it weighs up Brexit optionsFinancial TimesBloomberg -Dublin Live -DIGITALLOOK -2paragraphs.comall 10 news articles »

Twitter CEO happier with online abuse management - RTE.ie;

Twitter CEO happier with online abuse management - RTE.ie

RTE.ieTwitter CEO happier with online abuse managementRTE.ieThe co-founder of Twitter has said the company is happier about the way it deals with online abuse on the platform, following the introduction of a range of measures to tackle the problem. But speaking in Dublin, Jack Dorsey said the social network ...Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: 'Twitter is a company that will endure forever'Siliconrepublic.comTwitter CEO: Fighting cyberbullying is a constant battleBreakingNews.ieTwitter will win war against trolls and 'endure forever', CEO Jack Dorsey tells Dublin audienceIrish Independentall 7 news articles »

Ireland's new online passport service: Everything you need to know - Irish Independent;

Ireland's new online passport service: Everything you need to know - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentIreland's new online passport service: Everything you need to knowIrish IndependentIreland's first ever online passport application service allows Irish citizens to renew their passports using mobile phones, PCs and tablets. What's the story? The new Online Passport Application Service (OPAS) was launched in Dublin this morning by ...'Another nail in the coffin of the post office': Service launched to allow Irish passport renewal onlineBreakingNews.ieRenewing Irish passports has just got a lot easier as online system launchesThe Irish SunIrish passport holders now able to renew their passports online following demand post-BrexitDonegal NowIrishCentral -Irish Times -RTE.ie -Irish Mirrorall 15 news articles »

Garda crisis: Templemore Garda College finance issues flagged since 2008 - Irish Examiner;

Garda crisis: Templemore Garda College finance issues flagged since 2008 - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerGarda crisis: Templemore Garda College finance issues flagged since 2008Irish ExaminerTwo previous Garda commissioners were informed of concerns about the lack of financial controls at the Garda Training College in Templemore as far back as 2008. The force's own finance directorate wrote to the then commissioner Fachtna Murphy in April ...Audit reveals poor financial management at Garda CollegeIrish TimesInternal audit into Templemore can give 'no assurance' financial management is compliantIrish IndependentShocking report on Garda training college shows over €20k was spent on frivolous itemsIrish MirrorRTE.ie -Newstalk 106-108 fm -BreakingNews.ie -Belfast Telegraphall 19 news articles »

Over 70000 households could face water fines - Irish Times;

Over 70000 households could face water fines - Irish Times

Irish TimesOver 70000 households could face water finesIrish TimesMore than 70,000 households could face prosecution and fines for wasteful use of water, the Oireachtas committee on water charges has proposed. The 20-member committee has agreed a draft report on the future of the levies, which envisages the ...Sources say water issue practically resolvedRTE.ieWater charges to affect just 8% of households in new agreementLaois NationalistExisting water laws can be used to meet EU rules, committee toldIrish ExaminerThe Irish Sun -Irish Mirror -The Times (subscription)all 22 news articles »

Shannon Airport opens special Sensory Room - The Clare Herald;

Shannon Airport opens special Sensory Room - The Clare Herald

The Clare HeraldShannon Airport opens special Sensory RoomThe Clare HeraldThe first specially designated room at a European airport, for children and adults with neuro-developmental challenges, has been opened at Shannon. The new Sensory Room, off the airport's departure lounge, will offer a relaxing environment for ...and more »

Warning issued about crooked car traders lowering mileage TWICE as part of new 'lowballing' scam - Irish Mirror;

Warning issued about crooked car traders lowering mileage TWICE as part of new 'lowballing' scam - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorWarning issued about crooked car traders lowering mileage TWICE as part of new 'lowballing' scamIrish MirrorHigher mileage is typically seen as a bad sign in a used car, but likewise, low mileage may not always be a good thing either. Share. ByAnita McSorley. 14:33, 28 MAR 2017; Updated 15:06, 28 MAR 2017. Lifestyle. Man in car (stock). Share. Get daily ...and more »

Irish paid less than workers in Germany, Luxembourg and France - Irish Times;

Irish paid less than workers in Germany, Luxembourg and France - Irish Times

Irish TimesIrish paid less than workers in Germany, Luxembourg and FranceIrish TimesThe bad news is we're paid less than many of our European compatriots; but the good news is that we have stronger “buying power” than many of them, while lower wages also makes us more competitive for businesses looking to restructure their operations ...Tax haven claims resurface as banks pay 2pc tax on profitsIrish IndependentStrong evidence that Ireland facilitates significant tax avoidanceBusiness World (press release) (blog)Evidence Ireland facilitates banks' tax avoidance - OxfamRTE.ieRoyal Gazette -Sputnik International -New Europe -FRANCE 24all 43 news articles »

'Human waste' detected in cans at Coca-Cola plant in Co Antrim - Irish Times;

'Human waste' detected in cans at Coca-Cola plant in Co Antrim - Irish Times

Irish Times'Human waste' detected in cans at Coca-Cola plant in Co AntrimIrish TimesPolice are investigating reports that a consignment of cans due to be used at a Coca-Cola factory were contaminated with suspected human waste. The incident involved a shipment of empty cans that were delivered to a Coca-Cola plant in Co Antrim ahead ...Investigation launched after 'human waste' found in cans in Coca Cola plantJOEInvestigation underway after 'human waste' found in cans at Coca-Cola plant in Antrimthejournal.ie'Human waste' found in coke cans in Northern IrelandNewstalk 106-108 fmThe Guardian -STV News -The Independent -Sky Newsall 121 news articles »

ECB crossed the line into improper political activity during Eurozone crisis - report - Irish Independent;

ECB crossed the line into improper political activity during Eurozone crisis - report - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentECB crossed the line into improper political activity during Eurozone crisis - reportIrish IndependentThe European Central Bank (ECB) crossed the line into improper political activity during the Eurozone crisis, according to a report by anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International. Actions, including former ECB President Jean Claude Trichet's ...What would happen if interest rates went up by 3%?Irish TimesECB needs greater oversight, accountability - watchdogRTE.ieThe ECB Is More Powerful So Maybe It Should Be More Accountable, Campaigners SayBloombergFinancial Times -Channel NewsAsia -Business Insider -Prospect (blog)all 63 news articles »

When Theresa Met Nicola: The Seven Things We Learned - Vogue.co.uk;

When Theresa Met Nicola: The Seven Things We Learned - Vogue.co.uk

Vogue.co.ukWhen Theresa Met Nicola: The Seven Things We LearnedVogue.co.ukWHILE yesterday's meeting between British prime minster Theresa May and Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon may have, unfavourably, resulted in #legsit trending - following today's Daily Mail headline "Never Mind Brexit, Who Won Legs-It!" sparking ...and more »

Medical Bureau of Road Safety chief aware 'something wasn't adding up' - RTE.ie;

Medical Bureau of Road Safety chief aware 'something wasn't adding up' - RTE.ie

RTE.ieMedical Bureau of Road Safety chief aware 'something wasn't adding up'RTE.ieThe Director of the Medical Bureau of Road Safety said he became aware of a problem with the breathalysers in the summer of 2014 and something "was not adding up". Last week it emerged that more than 14,500 people who were prosecuted for road traffic ...and more »

Uber to pull out of Denmark in April because of new taxi law - MarketWatch;

Uber to pull out of Denmark in April because of new taxi law - MarketWatch

Channel NewsAsiaUber to pull out of Denmark in April because of new taxi lawMarketWatchRide-hailing company Uber Technologies is planning to pull out of Denmark on April 18, because of a taxi law that includes the requirement that drivers use mandatory fare meters, according to media reports Tuesday. The company has been active in ...Uber shuts down their business in Denmark after being defeated in bitter Legal battleIrish Tech Newsall 15 news articles »

Retail sales growth slows to four-year low of 1.1% - Irish Times;

Retail sales growth slows to four-year low of 1.1% - Irish Times

Irish TimesRetail sales growth slows to four-year low of 1.1%Irish TimesThe annual rate of growth in retail sales has slowed to 1.1 per cent, its lowest level in four years. The latest numbers from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) indicate sales fell by 0.5 per cent in February on the back of a near 6 per cent slide in ...Monthly retail sales dip 0.5% in February on lower car salesRTE.ieSome retail sales increased last month but many retailers are experiencing negative trading conditionsBreakingNews.ieRetails sales on the riseClare ChampionRTT News -Reutersall 10 news articles »

Mortgage approvals rocket, putting pressure on supply of homes - Irish Times;

Mortgage approvals rocket, putting pressure on supply of homes - Irish Times

Irish TimesMortgage approvals rocket, putting pressure on supply of homesIrish TimesGrowth in the number of putative home buyers who have obtained mortgage approval rocketed by 42 per cent on the year to February 2017, driven by first-time buyers looking to benefit from looser mortgage lending rules and the Government's Help to Buy ...First-time buyers lead the pack as numbers getting go ahead for a mortgage surgeIrish IndependentValue of Irish mortgage approvals jumps by 68%Newstalk 106-108 fmMortgage approvals jump by 42% - BPFIRTE.ieBusiness World (press release) (blog)all 5 news articles »

Bus Éireann strike: Dublin Bus, Irish Rail may join action - Irish Times;

Bus Éireann strike: Dublin Bus, Irish Rail may join action - Irish Times

Irish TimesBus Éireann strike: Dublin Bus, Irish Rail may join actionIrish TimesThe strike at Bus Éireann entered its fifth day on Tuesday with further possible industrial unrest on the way at Iarnród Éireann and Dublin Bus. Siptu said on Monday it would ballot members working at the bus and rail companies for action in support of ...Bus Eireann strike enters fifth day: Irish Rail, Dublin Buss and Bus Eireann to hold demonstration tomorrowIrish ExaminerCIÉ staff to ballot on joining bus picket lineIrish IndependentLatest: Legal for Dublin Bus and Irish Rail staff to go on sympathy strikeBreakingNews.ieRTE.ie -Limerick Leader -Mayo News -Newstalk 106-108 fmall 42 news articles »