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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Cash

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Dublin Web Summit: Credit and debit cards could become a thing of the past
In the future people will want to be able to make payments directly from their current account using their phone, rather than a card, the Dublin Web Summit heard today.
Rebekah Brooks 'received £7m pay-off'
Latest reports say that Brooks received the pay-off after she resigned from News International last year.
Gardaí seize drugs in Kildare in operation targeting drug dealers
Gardaí seized cocaine and cannabis worth an estimated €117,000 during two searches in Naas.
Would you take free money from a stranger?
Free Money Day is taking place today – yes, you read that right.
Column: Tantrums, taunts & bills - the struggle of sending kids back to school
Lesley Anderson, a single mother of two children, tells her story about the difficulties she faces meeting the ‘back to school’ costs.
Good Samaritans inadvertently assist robbery
New Jersey thief made off with $400 in cash and a gold chain.
The burning question*: Do you give cash or a voucher as a wedding present?
It’s Monday, so let distract you from the serious news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)
How to... nab a bargain holiday
Summer isn’t over just yet. Here are some novel bargain holiday ideas if you are strapped for cash.
Poll: How much cash do you carry?
Is it more or less than the €23 average?
Irish adults carry €78m in cash daily - survey
We also spend quite a bit of time queueing…
No opposition to Personal Insolvency Bill during Dáil debate
The bill includes measures to help mortage holders out of debt, with one TD saying it “has the potential to help families sleep easier at night”.
Poll: Do you put money away each month?
Yesterday, it emerged that more than 1.8 million people have less than €100 left over each month. Regardless of what you earn, do you save money each month?
Aer Lingus tells shareholders to 'take no action' following Ryanair bid
Ryanair’s bid of €1.30 per share is well above the €0.94 they were worth yesterday – but Aer Lingus says not to act yet.
Ryanair offers to pay €694m in cash for Aer Lingus
In its latest attempt to take over its rival, Ryanair said this evening it will pay €1.30 per share for Aer Lingus.
Could Ireland ever become a totally cash-free country?
Irish people take out more money from ATMs than anyone else in Europe. So could we ever move to an electronic-only system?
Case closed: Woman claims cash in curtains donated to Barnardos
A sum of cash was discovered inside curtains donated to the children’s charity and a public appeal was issued yesterday.
Barnardos appeals to curtains donor after cash discovery
Charity shop in Rathmines are trying to contact woman who recently donated curtains which contained a quantity of cash.
Two men arrested over armed robbery
Investigating gardaí have recovered money which is believed to have been taken from a Cash-in-Transit van.
Gardaí arrest 25 people and seize ammunition, drugs and cash in Dublin
The arrests and seizures are part of an ongoing operation focusing on drug dealers in the capital.
WATCH: Hungarians burn banknotes to keep warm
You might not feel like your savings are worth much – but at least they’re not going up in flames…
Security guard attacked with metal bars in cash raid
The man was on his way to fill an ATM with cash when he was assaulted by two men.
Household deposits in Ireland's banks continued to fall in third quarter
New figures from the Central Bank show that the amount Irish households kept on deposit in banks fell by €482 million.
Customs seize €70,000 in cash at Dublin Airport
The discovery was made during a routine search as a man prepared to board a flight to Budapest yesterday.
Over 150,000 cigarettes and €11,500 in cash seized at Dublin Airport
Revenue’s Customs Service carried out searches on passengers arriving in Dublin from Moldova on Saturday.
Thousands of euro discovered in man's underwear at airport
Customs officials confiscated €37,000 in cash from a Cameroonian man’s undergarments.
Elderly couple tied up during aggravated burglary
The Co Waterford couple were threatened by three masked men who stole cash from their house last night.
Port and airport customs seize nearly €9m in seven years
Revenue data shows that courts have seized €4.85m in criminals’ cash since 2005, while officers have seized €8.9m in that time.
Gardaí arrest third man in organised crime investigation
A man in his late 20s has been investigated in connection with Sunday’s exchange of gunfire at Ballymore Eustace.
Revenue seizes €22,500 during Dublin Airport searches
Customs officers have seized a combined total of over €0.5 million from airports, ports and other points of state entry and exit so far this year.
Shots fired as gardaí seize firearm and cash in Co Wicklow
A man has been arrested by gardaí after his car was stopped on the Wicklow / Kildare border yesterday. Shots were fired by gardaí during the incident. A firearm and cash were seized.
TD says lack of childcare and cash stops women entering politics
The Labour TD for Wicklow / East Carlow says women face five particular challenges they need met, before they can consider running for election, and we can achieve balance.
Irish people shunning cash for cards - but still lag behind EU average
New data shows that Irish people are embracing cashless transactions – but we’re still behind the European average.
New York's only Irish strip club in tax evasion probe
Gallagher’s 2000 is located near the Irish neighbourhood of Sunnyside in Queens.
Conned Cork pensioner gets some life savings back
Two men arrested in investigation into how man posed as Garda to trick elderly man to hand over large sum of money.
No pay cheque for Saab employees as the company runs out of money
The Swedish car company says it doesn’t have the cash to pay wages.