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Up to 20,000 construction workers to return to sites

Up to 20,000 construction workers will return to work on residential, early-learning and childcare sites around the country today as ...
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Dept issues warning about scam phone calls

The Department of Social Protection has issued a warning about scam phone calls from people claiming to be department officials. ...
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Site shutdown sees building activity stall for third month in a row

Construction activity declined for the third month running in March as most building sites remained shuttered due to Covid-19 restrictions. ...
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Consumer prices rise at fastest monthly pace in two years

New figures show that consumer prices rose at their fastest monthly pace in two years in March to stand at ...
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European rents up 15%, house prices by 28.6% since 2010

Irish house prices rose in line with the EU average of 28.9% over the past decade, according to figures published ...
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What is a global minimum tax and how could it affect companies, countries?

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has thrown the weight of the US government behind a push for a global corporate ...
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Those on minimum wage hit hard with pandemic job losses

Minimum wage employees in Ireland are likely to be suffering disproportionately from job losses as almost half work in sectors ...
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Over €26m spent a day in contactless payments in February

New figures from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland reveal that 1.6 million contactless payments were made every day in February. ...
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Irish mortgage rates still second highest in euro zone – Central Bank

Rates on Irish mortgages remain the second highest in the euro area, according to the latest figures from the Central ...
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