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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Enterprise

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Disruption to Dublin-Belfast trains due to Lurgan security alert
Army ammunitions officers have been sent to the line at Lurgan, after a suspicious device was spotted there overnight.’s progress report for the Government: SMEs, credit for businesses
Small firms have long complained about the shortage of credit to get them up and running. How has Richard Bruton responded?
Enterprise Ireland scheme aims to create 100 companies annually
The government is launching a new multi-million euro scheme for entrepreneurs today.
Column: Here’s why we need Hireland – and why it will work
Co-founder of jobs creation initiative Gerard O’Neill on why he and his friends wanted the national conversation to turn to job creation – not job losses.
Column: What is the secret of Silicon Valley? And can we bring it to Ireland?
Fine Gael TD Eoghan Murphy travelled to tech central in the US to figure out if Ireland can recreate that ecosystem for innovation and success. Rule 1 – stop writing reports and just get doing.
€5.1 million in contracts secured by Irish firms in Oz
Forty five Irish companies journeyed to Australia to forge new business relationships and sign contracts.
Seven Joint Labour Committees to be abolished
Only 6 out of the 13 current JLCs will survive – and while they “recognise” the “special position” of Sunday working, they can no longer set premium rates for it.
Major construction company goes into liquidation
The Cork-based company Bowen Construction has began operations in 1968 and employed approximately 70 people.
Restaurants chief calls for end to "ridiculous 1940s" style Sunday pay premium
CEO of Irish Restaurants Association says Sunday premium paid to workers is crippling industry – while employees’ union and Joan Burton fear proposal to cut it will lead to hardship for low-earners.
Half of all those surveyed after start-your-own-business course became sole traders
Supporting local business ambitions creates jobs, claims enterprise board director.
Should Micheál Martin get a slot on Gift Grub?
Fianna Fáil party leader attempts a Chinese accent.