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2014/11/18 19:26
2014/11/18 19:26
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The long-awaited report of the 2010 Virgin Islands Census was tabled in the House of Assembly Monday morning, and it reveals that the territory has 28,054 residents. Of those, 23,419, or about 83...
2014/11/18 19:26
2014/11/18 19:26
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2014/11/17 14:42
2014/11/17 14:42
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Solicitors: Recession has hit us too | Irish Examiner Solicitors: Recession has hit us too Solicitors have come out fighting against “false impressions” of exorbitant fees and excessive profits,...
2014/11/13 13:49
2014/11/13 13:49
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Declining exports push trade surplus down Global growth concerns weight on Irish trade performance Exports of chemicals and related products returned to growth this year, advancing by 0.5 per cent in...
2014/11/13 09:38
2014/11/13 09:38
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In a development that should bring comfort to India's central bank to ease interest rates, the country's factory output grew at 2.5 percent in September even as retail inflation to a record low of...
2014/11/11 18:41
2014/11/11 18:41
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Scathing report shows around 30% of crimes not properly recorded by gardaí | Irish Examiner Scathing report shows around 30% of crimes not properly recorded by gardaí Tuesday, November 11, 2014 -...
2014/11/10 13:49
2014/11/10 13:49
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New car sales rise by 7% in October Volkswagen remains most popular new car brand as sales continue to rise BMW was the third most popular new car brand in October. (Photograph: Benoit...
2014/11/05 21:34
2014/11/05 21:34
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Ireland's Jobless Rate Hits 5-1/2 Year Low as Citizens Emigrate Away Ireland's unemployment rate has fallen to a 5-1/2 year low of 11%, reflecting the country's steady rebound from a debt crisis and...
2014/11/05 12:49
2014/11/05 12:49
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State’s jobless rate drops to 11% as Live Register falls New figures show standardised unemployment rate lowest since March 2009 The number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 3,500 in...
2014/11/03 14:30
2014/11/03 14:30
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Economic freedom and a flat tax have helped the island become a middle-income nation: In 1960 Nobel prize-winning British economist James Meade said Mauritius had no economic future. At the time the...
2014/10/31 08:29
2014/10/31 08:29
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ZAMBIA's annual rate of inflation for this month has increased by 0.1 per cent from 7.8 per cent recorded in September 2014 to 7.9 per cent while the trade surplus reduced to K100.2 million. The...
2014/10/31 08:23
2014/10/31 08:23
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We're working more, earning less - survey By Colm Kelpie – 31 October 2014 06:30 AM Working nine to five is a thing of the past for some, it seems. Seven out of 10 employees in technology,...
2014/10/31 08:23
2014/10/31 08:23
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Man terrified after bizarre Tallaght carjacking By Ken Foy Crime Correspondent – 31 October 2014 06:30 AM Gardai are investigating a bizarre carjacking which occurred in Tallaght in which a...
2014/10/29 12:49
2014/10/29 12:49
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September retail sales 5.9 per cent higher year-on-year Excluding the sale of motors, there was a 3.1 per cent increase in the annual figure The volume of retail sales rose by 5.9 per cent in...
2014/10/29 01:50
2014/10/29 01:50
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Second Opinion: Ebola paranoia is more dangerous than the disease Why do we get so worked up about the negligible threat from Ebola and ignore real and present dangers, such as healthcare workers not...
2014/10/24 09:23
2014/10/24 09:23
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Teenager knocked out trying to stop beating By Ken Foy Crime Correspondent – 24 October 2014 06:00 AM An 18-year-old 'good Samaritan' was knocked unconscious when he attempted to intervene when he...
2014/10/24 05:06
2014/10/24 05:06
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On an evening in downtown Dublin, tables outside bars are full of people soaking up the fall sun. A gap-toothed man with a beard approaches, asking for cash. Turned down, he offers the drinkers...
2014/10/23 07:24
2014/10/23 07:24
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Apartment prices up by 35pc on last year By Fiona Dillon – 23 October 2014 12:00 AM Apartments in Dublin city have soared in price over the past year. Prices were 35pc higher in September when...
2014/10/22 13:23
2014/10/22 13:23
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Hungary plans to impose a new tax on Internet data transfers, a draft 2015 tax bill submitted to parliament late on Tuesday showed, in a move that could hit Internet and telecoms providers and their...
2014/11/18 19:26
2014/11/18 19:26
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