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# Arrears

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Central Bank to survey 2,000 mortgage holders
VIDEO: Dublin Sheriff's office occupied in protest at Killiney eviction
Bank of Ireland introduces new mortgage options
Listen: 'The bailiffs are here trying to break in the door of my house right now'
Permanent TSB reports losses of €424million
There is 'no silver bullet' to address mortgage arrears, says financial regulator
Prime numbers: the week in stats
The average Irish mortgage is now €1,453 in arrears
Rate of energy disconnections fell last year
1 in 10 Irish mortgages are in arrears
More than 100,000 households now in mortgage difficulties
AIB to sign up to government's 'mortgage to rent' scheme
Pre-paid electricity meters rolled out for customers in arrears
Negative equity should not mean debt forgiveness - Rabbitte
Govt rules out blanket debt forgiveness - but Noonan says banks can write off mortgages
BoI signals eventual increase in mortgage interest rates
Bank of Ireland losses narrow to €723m
Businesses now taking even longer to pay their bills - survey
Electricity companies to be alerted if new customers are in arrears
Jump in Irish mortgage arrears - Moody's
Banks called on to share mortgage arrears code in all branches
More than one in three local authority loans are in arrears
Protection for tracker mortgages holders in arrears
Homeowners in arrears up by almost a third
New regulations for homeowners in arrears