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2022
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Champions Cup games set to proceed as planned this month, says EPCR
French government travel exemptions will apply to clubs and match officials from the UK.
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EPCR hoping Champions Cup games can proceed as planned this month
Work is underway to ensure travel exemptions will apply for participating clubs.
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Children to be allowed to dine indoors with their fully-vaccinated parents
Ministers today agreed on rules to reopen indoor dining, with exemptions for children and hospitality staff.
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Funeral-goers arriving in Ireland from restricted countries will not be exempt from mandatory hotel quarantine
Arrivals to Ireland from restricted countries list will have to stay in their room.
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Number of planes carrying weapons to Shannon this year already surpasses 2017 figures
So far, 423 planes carrying munitions of war have landed in Shannon Airport this year, and 16 landed in Dublin Airport.
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One a day: 330 planes carrying weapons landed in Shannon Airport last year
Dublin TD Clare Daly said that the figures were “absolutely disgraceful”, but “not a bit surprising”.
# united front
Unite says there is no parallel between its plan to build apartments and Apollo House
Activists called the union’s involvement in Apollo House a “publicity stunt”.
# Property Tax
Property tax exemptions are 'stupid' and 'ham-fisted' - Labour whip
Labour chief whip Emmet Stagg has harshly criticised Phil Hogan over the property tax exemptions, saying the Environment Minister has made a ‘dog’s dinner’ of the way in which the tax is being administered.
# local property tax
Property tax exemptions now available online
Priory Hall is the only development in Dublin which has been exempted from the tax.