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September 2023
Cabinet to approve plans for new emerging health threats agency to prepare for future pandemics
A special Cabinet meeting is being held in Wicklow today.
Last year
'Significant intervention is needed': Coalition leaders to meet to discuss rising energy costs
Minister for Energy Eamon Ryan will bring a memo to Wednesday’s Cabinet meeting setting out a series of options.
All time
Govt says it was 'too complicated' to bring in targeted hospitality supports and instead extends EWSS
MIinister Paschal Donohoe says it was too complex to do it before Christmas.
Minister Paschal Donohoe says it was too complex to bring in targeted supports Christmas.
The higher rate of the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme has been extended across December and January.
Planned reductions building up to the end of the scheme on 30 April will continue.
'It feels like we're the whipping boys': Venues and promoters scramble to implement new 50% capacity rule
New Covid measures would lift if Omicron risks don't meet 'worst fears', Minister says
Minister announces €50 million boost for live entertainment with extra €3 million for pantos
Leo Varadkar said a decision will be made today or tomorrow on a support scheme for businesses affected by new restrictions.
Explainer: How will the government's new Covid support scheme for businesses work?
Applications for the scheme will open next week.
Government under fire as business 'restart grant' not up and running, two weeks in
ISME says businesses are ‘bleeding out cash’.
Businesses should plan for how they can reopen while adhering to social distancing rules, says minister
Another package of business supports will be announced shortly, said Minister Heather Humphreys.
Column: From idea to reality, the story of a young Irish start-up
Gary Fox took a business idea from college classroom to young company. Here he describes how he did it.