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World markets fall as new virus variant sparks panic

European stocks sank over 3% this morning as reports of a newly identified and possibly vaccine resistant coronavirus variant stoked ...
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Ireland’s skills strategy to be reviewed as part of OECD process

Ireland’s Skills Strategy is to be reviewed as part of a joint project between the state, stakeholders in the skills ...
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Half of restaurants adopted new tech during pandemic

Almost half of restaurant and takeaway owners have adopted new technologies since the start of the pandemic, according to new ...
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First-time buyers getting older, mortgage drawdowns increase – study

Just over a quarter of first-time buyers of homes were aged 30 or under last year, according to an analysis ...
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Euro zone governments urged to keep spending next year

Euro zone governments should keep spending next year to help the post-pandemic recovery, though to different degrees depending on their ...
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Truckers, hauliers holding Dublin protest over fuel costs

A group of truckers and hauliers are leading convoys from the main motorways around Dublin into the city centre today, ...
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Entertainment sector calls for introduction of supports

A spokesperson for the Music and Entertainment Association of Ireland has appealed directly to the Taoiseach to intervene and introduce ...
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Donohoe publishes terms of reference for banking review

The Minister for Finance has published the terms of reference for a “broad-ranging” review into the retail banking sector, which ...
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Payment card fraud hits €24m in 2020 – BPFI

New figures show that debit and credit card fraud losses rose by 9% to reach €24.1m last year with over ...
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