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Irish Examiner
Kathleen Lynch confident she will get extra funding for mental health | Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 02:19 PM The Minister with res
Kathleen Lynch confident she will get extra funding for mental health
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
| Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 02:19 PM The Minister with responsibility for Mental Health... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Is loneliness affecting your health?When studying wellness, it is easy to focus on the physical aspects of health:
Is loneliness affecting your health?
Bangor Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
When studying wellness, it is easy to focus on the physical aspects of health: exercise, smoking, diet or alcohol consumption. But there is a nonphysical part of health that may be even more important. This is the strength of the human connections... Read more
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The Irish Times
AIB may pay €4bn to the State ahead of October budget Bank’s improving finances raise chance of funds before flotation AIB chief fi
AIB may pay €4bn to the State ahead of October budget
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
Bank’s improving finances raise chance of funds before flotation AIB chief financial officer Mark Bourke: “You can easily see a €3bn number in the near term being returned to the State.”... Read more
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herald ie/
Coalition's rent strategy hits snag as FG/Labour clash over details Font Size The Coalition's long-awaited rent strategy has been stalled amid co
Coalition's rent strategy hits snag as FG/Labour clash over details
herald ie/ / Posted 8 days ago
Font Size The Coalition's long-awaited rent strategy has been stalled amid concern within Fine Gael over the prospect of creating fresh volatility in the property market, the Herald... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Donohoe denies Government rift over water conservation grant | Irish Examiner Friday, August 21, 2015 - 11:13 AM The Transport Minister
Donohoe denies Government rift over water conservation grant
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, August 21, 2015 - 11:13 AM The Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe has denied there is a rift in the... Read more
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herald ie/
Labour rounds on Noonan in blame game over €100 grant Font Size A serious rift has emerged in the Coalition after the Labour Party
Labour rounds on Noonan in blame game over €100 grant
herald ie/ / Posted 9 days ago
Font Size A serious rift has emerged in the Coalition after the Labour Party rounded on Finance Minister Michael Noonan over the latest Irish Water debacle. Niall O'Connor – 21 August 2015 02:30... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Are chiropractors just a bunch of quacks?In 1987 there was a small news story about how the American Medical Association
Are chiropractors just a bunch of quacks?
Bangor Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
In 1987 there was a small news story about how the American Medical Association was found guilty of illegally attempting to destroy the chiropractic profession. While it was not a very big topic for the media, for the chiropractic profession it was a... Read more
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The Irish Times
SFA calls for reduction in rate of CGT to 20% Small business association also calls for end to tax discrimination against se
SFA calls for reduction in rate of CGT to 20%
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
Small business association also calls for end to tax discrimination against self-employed Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, delivering last year’s Budget. Small businesses across Ireland want to see... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why Google played the Alphabet card From an Irish perspective, the primary interest will be in how the creation of
Why Google played the Alphabet card
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
From an Irish perspective, the primary interest will be in how the creation of Alphabet affects the company’s global tax operations “We’ve long believed that over time companies tend to get comfortable doing the... Read more
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Independent
Ireland after austerity: Boom to bust to brunch... is this the rise of the Celtic Phoenix?Trainer-obsessed pre-teens are no new phenomenon, but these mini Mean Girls are
Ireland after austerity: Boom to bust to brunch... is this the rise of the Celtic Phoenix?
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Trainer-obsessed pre-teens are no new phenomenon, but these mini Mean Girls are part of a wave of change that appears to be washing over Ireland’s capital. People finally have some money – and they’re eager to spend it. Three years ago, the mood was... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Why we shouldn’t attack inflammation with drugsSo it would seem only natural that attacking inflammation would be a medical pr
Why we shouldn’t attack inflammation with drugs
Bangor Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
So it would seem only natural that attacking inflammation would be a medical priority, as a means of controlling these diseases. For example, using anti-inflammatory drugs has been suggested as a preventative measure against cancer and Alzheimer’s.... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Planners to extend Cork City renewal project | Irish Examiner Cork’s city planners have sought ministerial approval for
Planners to extend Cork City renewal project
Irish Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
| Irish Examiner Cork’s city planners have sought ministerial approval for the major extension of a tax break scheme designed to promote regeneration and city... Read more
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herald ie/
Robbie Williams entertains guests at AP McCoy's retirement party Lynne Kelleher – 10 August 2015 03:00 AM The star told the crowd at AP McCoy
Robbie Williams entertains guests at AP McCoy's retirement party
herald ie/ / Posted 20 days ago
Lynne Kelleher – 10 August 2015 03:00 AM The star told the crowd at AP McCoy's retirement bash at Adare Manor in Co Limerick that he was the "Justin Bieber for the over-30s" and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Stars attend lavish AP McCoy bash in Adare | Irish Examiner by Jimmy Woulfe and Kelly O’Brien The stars were out in f
Stars attend lavish AP McCoy bash in Adare
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
| Irish Examiner by Jimmy Woulfe and Kelly O’Brien The stars were out in force in Limerick at the weekend, attending a lavish retirement party for legendary... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Lucinda Creighton: Property tax system ‘will cause ghettoes’ | Irish Examiner Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton says the property t
Lucinda Creighton: Property tax system ‘will cause ghettoes’
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
| Irish Examiner Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton says the property tax system is going to cause “chaos” if continued in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Buyers face up to €180 property tax hike | Irish Examiner Thousands of homeowners, encouraged by the Government to g
Buyers face up to €180 property tax hike
Irish Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thousands of homeowners, encouraged by the Government to get on the property ladder when the market was on its knees, face significantly higher... Read more
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The Irish Times
AIB staff could get pay rise of 2% after LRC proposal IBOA recommends members accept offer which applies to workers earning under €1
AIB staff could get pay rise of 2% after LRC proposal
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
IBOA recommends members accept offer which applies to workers earning under €100,000 A pay increase of 2 per cent has been recommended for staff at AIB earning less than €100,000 in the Republic... Read more
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The Irish Times
Financiers feed on Irish builders as cheap loans fade With banks loathe to lend more than 70% for development, financiers are steppi
Financiers feed on Irish builders as cheap loans fade
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
With banks loathe to lend more than 70% for development, financiers are stepping into the breach Since the crash, banks have been hesitant to lend to builders even as borrowing costs for banks... Read more
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The Irish Times
Corporation tax surge strengthens Coalition position Corporations contribute more than €650m to €900m excess in tax receipts Minis
Corporation tax surge strengthens Coalition position
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
Corporations contribute more than €650m to €900m excess in tax receipts Minister for Finance Michael Noonan that he expects tax returns to come in €1.4 billion ahead of expectations by the end of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Analysis: Receipts ahead of expectations but spending up With increased departmental expenditure, the lack of consequent savings is al
Analysis: Receipts ahead of expectations but spending up
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
With increased departmental expenditure, the lack of consequent savings is all too clear The big boost from the figures is coming from rising corporation tax receipts. Photograph: Getty... Read more
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The Irish Times
Legal advice sought over Nama Stormont appearance Committee expresses disappointment with NI finance and personnel department T
Legal advice sought over Nama Stormont appearance
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
Committee expresses disappointment with NI finance and personnel department The Stormont inquiry comes after independent TD Mick Wallace raised concerns during leaders’ questions last month. The... Read more
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Irish Examiner
NAMA not accountable to North's finance committee, Noonan says | Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 05, 2015 - 10:09 AM Finance Minister Mi
NAMA not accountable to North's finance committee, Noonan says
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 05, 2015 - 10:09 AM Finance Minister Michael Noonan has told the North's finance... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Nama team to quiz TD Mick Wallace over Northern Ireland land deal claims in Dail Investigators from the National Crime Agency probing the controversial Nama N
Nama team to quiz TD Mick Wallace over Northern Ireland land deal claims in Dail
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Investigators from the National Crime Agency probing the controversial Nama Northern Ireland land deal, Project Eagle, are to travel to Dublin to interview the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Enda Kenny intends to lead into next decade | Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 05, 2015 Shaun Connolly, Political Corr
Enda Kenny intends to lead into next decade
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 05, 2015 Shaun Connolly, Political Correspondent Enda Kenny intends to remain Taoiseach into the next decade after winning... Read more
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The Irish Times
Paddy Logue: Watch the Coalition fill every pothole all across the land My question for candidates in the forthcoming election is simple: ‘Has anythin
Paddy Logue: Watch the Coalition fill every pothole all across the land
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
My question for candidates in the forthcoming election is simple: ‘Has anything really changed?’ Fine Gael and Labour are now attempting to frantically sprinkle some magic pixie... Read more
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RTE News
Sinn Féin calls for review of NAMA loan bookSinn Féin has called for a detailed review of NAMA's loan book to ensure the ag
Sinn Féin calls for review of NAMA loan book
RTE News / Posted 25 days ago
Sinn Féin has called for a detailed review of NAMA's loan book to ensure the agency is bringing maximum value to Irish citizens. The party’s Junior Finance Spokesman Peadar Tóibín claims the Government is pursuing a fire-sale strategy by setting a... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Noonan 'ignores' NAMA letters from Northern Ireland finance committee | Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 03:45 PM Michael Noonan has be
Noonan 'ignores' NAMA letters from Northern Ireland finance committee
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
| Irish Examiner Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 03:45 PM Michael Noonan has been accused of ignoring letters... Read more
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The Irish Times
Scant praise for Coalition as recovering economy soars There are many reasons for us to be confident about our economic future Mini
Scant praise for Coalition as recovering economy soars
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
There are many reasons for us to be confident about our economic future Minister for Finance Michael Noonan. ‘In many respects, the Irish economy is now on autopilot: the policy parameters are... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Look beyond the wrist when treating carpal tunnelCarpal tunnel syndrome results from the pinching of a nerve as it travels throu
Look beyond the wrist when treating carpal tunnel
Bangor Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Carpal tunnel syndrome results from the pinching of a nerve as it travels through a narrow tunnel of bone and connective tissue at the wrist. In a healthy wrist, there is plenty of space in the tunnel for the nerve and blood vessels that travel... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hundreds of thousands to lose mortgage interest relief Scheme to be phased out by end of 2017 Hundreds of thousands of mortgage hold
Hundreds of thousands to lose mortgage interest relief
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
Scheme to be phased out by end of 2017 Hundreds of thousands of mortgage holders are set lose a key tax relief on their monthly repayments. According to figures provided by Minister for Finance... Read more
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New Kerala
Irish economy sees robust growth Ireland's gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter of this year rose
Irish economy sees robust growth
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
Ireland's gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter of this year rose by 1.4 percent quarter-on-quarter, with an increase of 6.5 percent year-on-year, according to official figures. The figures from the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Minister to recruit new Central Bank governor Secretary general of Department of Public Expenditure is favourite to win rac
Minister to recruit new Central Bank governor
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
Secretary general of Department of Public Expenditure is favourite to win race The appointment of Prof Honohan, an academic economist, was a break from tradition. Photograph: Cyril Byrne Minister for... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Department refuses to comment on political interference allegations | Irish Examiner Friday, July 31, 2015 - 11:06 AM The Department of Financ
Department refuses to comment on political interference allegations
Irish Examiner / Posted 29 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, July 31, 2015 - 11:06 AM The Department of Finance is refusing to comment on... Read more
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The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley: Figures show roots of recovery go back years Recovery is deepening and the progress improves Ireland’s fiscal dynamics, say
Arthur Beesley: Figures show roots of recovery go back years
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
Recovery is deepening and the progress improves Ireland’s fiscal dynamics, says CSO Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: the CSO data reopens scope for political pressure to increase the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Economic data exerts pressure on Noonan to increase spending Revision of 2014 information by CSO reveals value of activity rising to pre-c
Economic data exerts pressure on Noonan to increase spending
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
Revision of 2014 information by CSO reveals value of activity rising to pre-crash indicators A revision of data for 2014 by the Central Statistics Office found the economy grew at a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ex-Anglo chief says department was not ‘transparent’ with bank Aynsley alleges executive told to accept lower bid in sale of business He sai
Ex-Anglo chief says department was not ‘transparent’ with bank
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
Aynsley alleges executive told to accept lower bid in sale of business He said there was not often “open or transparent dialogue” between the two bodies and the bank uninformed to key... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Economic growth higher than expected Gross domestic product increased by 5.2% last year, while gross national prod
Economic growth higher than expected
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Gross domestic product increased by 5.2% last year, while gross national product rose 6.9% Ireland's economy is growing at a faster rate than previously believed. Latest official figures show the value of all... Read more
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herald ie/
Economy growing at faster rate than expected Latest official figures show the value of all goods and services in the count
Economy growing at faster rate than expected
herald ie/ / Posted 30 days ago
Latest official figures show the value of all goods and services in the country - known as gross domestic product (GDP) - increased by 5.2% last year. It was originally estimated to grow 4.8%. Some... Read more
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The Irish Times
Analysis: Growth now on track to exceed 5 per cent in 2015 Revisions to GDP figures will make fiscal targets more achievable New numbers
Analysis: Growth now on track to exceed 5 per cent in 2015
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
Revisions to GDP figures will make fiscal targets more achievable New numbers likely to spur calls for larger budget package from Michael Noonan Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish... Read more

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