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New Covid measures would lift if Omicron risks don't meet 'worst fears', Minister says
Minister refuses to rule out costs for National Children's Hospital surpassing €2 billion
‘Reduced deficit will not see Government splurge in Budget’
Taoiseach says no conflict of interest in Attorney General's private work cases
Mica redress: Tánaiste says 'it's not the government's money' so 'we must have cost control'
Public services among 'key objectives' that will frame budget, public expenditure minister says
Is housing the 'big winner' from the Government's Summer Economic Statement?
Amid pressure on Ireland, Donohoe 'won't speculate' on future position on corporation tax
Former ministers that breach 'cooling off period' rules could face fines under proposed reforms
Freedom of Information Act to be reviewed by government
'Club players' voices need to be heard once and for all' - calls to complete 2020 All-Ireland camogie series
Government to review how Lotto funds are given to charity after concerns about 'transparency' of system
Paschal Donohoe defends Ireland's corporation tax rate after US treasury secretary's remarks
Pregnancy, parenting and politics: 'It's not advisable to go on a campaign trail two weeks postpartum'
Unions agree deal to give 1% pay rise to public servants this year and another in 2022
€81,000 salary hike for senior Department of Health role 'right decision', says Minister
Ministers confident of financial 'firepower' to withstand Covid-19 in 2021 despite €19 billion deficit last year
Public sector staff to get 1% pay rise next year - with another to follow in 2022
Talks on new public service pay agreement to start this week
Never the intention that mother and baby home legislation would cause 'such anxiety and anger', says minister
Stay and Spend Scheme 'here to stay', say ministers
Third-level students: €50 million fund created to help students switch to online learning
Most people on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment will get a Christmas bonus
Incomings and outgoings: Here is a very (very) basic guide to the State's finances
Budget 2021 will be revealed today - here's a look at how things will unfold
Just a few days out from the Budget, what can we expect?
Minister says Covid-19 numbers are 'deeply concerning and the current trend is not sustainable'
Exchequer deficit for 2020 now €9.4bn as Finance Minister reaffirms pledge of no income tax increase in Budget
Budget will be based on the assumption of no deal Brexit, say ministers
Dáil approves €16,000 top-up payments for 'super junior' ministers amid criticism
Extra bank holiday not ruled out as tourism industry says Covid-19 impact has been 'catastrophic'
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil TDs to discuss forming coalition after leaders sign off on 'foundation document'
'To go to the very top with your club, nothing tops it' - through the years with Galway's Hopper McGrath
'A bit surreal,' as four Sarsfields sisters and their dad finally taste All-Ireland success
'I'd be happier if we won it for him' - seeking glory for Galway club with two-time All-Ireland winner Dad
Government accused of 'washing its hands' of pledge to publish insurance claims database
PTSB boss says it has 500 vacant properties on its books
Almost 7,000 loans in arrears held by 'unregulated loan owners'
€5m fund means charities can claim VAT relief for the first time from January
Remaining motorists affected by Setanta Insurance collapse should get their money by Christmas