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# Cash Injection

Last year
Antonio Conte set to stay at Spurs after £150 million cash injection
The Italian’s future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium had been uncertain.
Irish women's cricket gets major boost after €1.5million investment is confirmed
Ireland Women’s head coach Ed Joyce has also signed a three-year contract extension.
All time
Spain's La Liga agree deal to sell stake to CVC Capital
If ratified, the deal will give Spanish clubs a badly-needed cash injection.
'Staycation voucher', wage subsidy extension and cheap loans all part of much-vaunted July stimulus
It is being touted as the much-heralded ‘rescue’ plan the government hopes will boost the economy.
CVC buys 28% stake in Pro14 Rugby in €140 million deal
Along with the deal, the Italian federation will become a member of Celtic Rugby DAC.
Leicester Tigers put club up for £60m sale after CVC's Premiership investment
Investment group CVC recently bought a 27% stake in Premiership Rugby and the Tigers used their cut to pay off their debt.
Premiership Rugby hail 'landmark' deal after selling €220 million stake to equity firm
The sale of a reported 27% stake will direct funds towards improving facilities and expanding to new markets, say Premiership Rugby.
RTÉ to screen knockout games as camogie lands sponsorship boost
Liberty Insurance has renewed its title sponsorship of the competition for a further three years.
GPs welcome HSE assertion that €9 billion needed to save Irish health service
HSE director general Tony O’Brien argued today that the HSE is in need of significant and immediate investment in order to save the health service.
€2.3 million boost for Irish Open after inclusion in European Tour's new Rolex Series
The overall prize fund in 2017 is set to be €6.5 million.
"It was a disaster from the word go": Curtain finally set to rise on Galway's Picture Palace
The art cinema has been in the pipeline since 2009.
IRFU CEO Browne confirms cash injection for struggling Irish provinces
Munster have required particular attention after a poor financial season.
Irish film is having a Hollywood moment - but it needs a lot more money
That’s according to the Irish Film Board, which put out a call to the government for more funding today.
A British newspaper claims Ireland got a £10bn 'back-door bailout' from the UK
The Times reports that the UK’s £45 billion bailout of Ulster Bank’s parent Royal Bank of Scotland five years ago amounts to an ‘injection into the Republic’.
F1 also-rans HRT seeking new investors
HRT have been owned by Spanish investment company Thesan since they took over from Jose Ramon Carabante in July 2011.