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# budget 2022

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Government still €2bn behind annual expenditure target for housing as end of year approaches
Cabinet green lights free contraception plan for young women
These are the changes from Budget 2022 that kick in today
€1.8 million in mental health funding allocated to low-emission vehicles for HSE community services
Clarity on climate and health plans needed to avoid 'significant' cost to State, watchdog warns
Opinion: Government has squandered an opportunity to make real, balanced, and lasting changes
Alice-Mary Higgins, Lynn Ruane, Frances Black & Eileen Flynn
Opinion: The climate crisis will cost us money, but way more money if we wait any longer
Dr Shana Cohen
Quiz: How much do you know about numbers?
'Good reasons for concern': Young face worrying circumstances despite Budget's 'youthful tinge'
Opinion: For too long, contraception has been a woman’s private and personal responsibility
Orla O'Connor
Morning Memo: Who benefits most from the tax changes in Budget 2022?
Electric cars 'not yet affordable' for many as Ireland pushes for a million on the road by 2030
Budget 2022: Here are the measures that kick in today
'Are you joking?' - Taoiseach denies Budget is attempt to woo young voters away from Sinn Féin
'Over 25s have sex': Criticism of decision to limit free contraception scheme to young women
Opposition says Budget does 'nothing' for renters as minister hints at 'more permanent caps'
Hospitality groups express disappointment at ending of reduced VAT rate next August
Budget 2022: Here are the main points you need to know
Budget 2022: Here's how the measures announced today will impact motorists
Budget 2022: What measures were announced today to support parents of young children?
Budget 2022 revealed as govt pledges to 'restore, repair and recover'
Carbon tax, transport investment: The main climate measures at the centre of today's Budget
350 new primary school teachers and over 1,000 new SNAs announced in Budget
800 more gardaí to be recruited in 2022
Employees working at home will be allowed claim back 30% of their energy bills against tax
State pension and core social welfare payments to increase by €5 per week
'The world is burning': Donohoe confirms further carbon tax increase by €7.50 per tonne
Discounted public transport fares for 19 to 23 year olds announced as part of Budget
New zoned land tax branded a 'total joke' by opposition TDs
Most packets of cigarettes will now cost €15 after 50c tax hike
Pandemic wage subsidy scheme to be extended to April 2022, Donohoe confirms
Budget 2022 will be revealed today - here's a look at how things will unfold
Poll: Are you worried about the Budget?
Opinion: Low pay is rampant in Ireland and it's a problem for workers, the economy and society
Michael Taft
‘Reduced deficit will not see Government splurge in Budget’
Budget (Leaks) 2012: Household Charge, Enda's National Address and 'sacrosanct' corporate tax
Budget 2022: Government considering two measures for people working from home
Former ministers raise concerns with Varadkar about Budget spending promises
Roll out of free contraception expected to be given green light for Budget 2022