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PUP numbers increase by less than 1% in the last week

Almost 480,000 people will receive the Pandemic Unemployment Payment this week, an increase of 4,269 or less that 1%, according ...
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Minister to seek ban on oil and gas exploration

Minister for Transport, Environment and Climate Eamon Ryan will today seek Cabinet approval to introduce legislation to ban oil and ...
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Consumer caution urged over fake ‘Irish’ websites post-Brexit

Consumer experts have warned online shoppers they should not be duped by fake ‘.ie’ websites, or they could face additional taxes and duties on ...
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Volume of goods into Irish ports from UK down 50%

A month after the end of the Brexit transition period, authorities say the volume of goods coming into Irish ports ...
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Manufacturing sector growth slows sharply on Brexit, Covid-19

The pace of growth in the manufacturing sector slowed sharply to a three-month low in January as Britain’s exit from ...
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New €55m fund to aid tourism businesses hit by pandemic

A new €55m fund to assist tourism businesses that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic is to be launched ...
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Public debt set to increase to €47,700 per person – Finance

The national debt stood at more than €219 billion at the end of last year, equivalent to €44,000 for every ...
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Pandemic reduced greenhouse gas emissions in Ireland by almost 6% – study

Greenhouse gas emissions fell in Ireland because of the pandemic, a new study shows. The dramatic declines in economic activity ...
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Rebound in mortgage lending in final months of 2020

The value of mortgage approvals in 2020 exceeded €10 billion, despite a slump in lending in the early months of ...
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