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# Michael Noonan

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Mary Lou McDonald asks Michael Noonan to clarify if he described Majella Moynihan case as 'internal garda matter'
Noonan was minister for justice during the period Majella Moynihan faced censure.
Michael Noonan pays tribute to his sister Mary - a 'keystone of the family'
The former Finance Minister said Mary had been a “focal point” and “keystone of the family”, and that “we will miss her very much”.
VIDEO: Donald Trump's visit to Ireland is likely to be very different to the last time he was here
This time it’s far from business as usual
Help-to-buy scheme has cost more than originally anticipated
Originally the scheme was estimated to cost the Exchequer €50m.
Michael Noonan’s handling of the ‘Grace' case will be examined next year
‘Grace’ was left in an abusive foster home in the southeast of the country for 20 years.
PTSB says it won't pay corporation tax over the next 21 years
PTSB said the “accounting principle” is something it is obliged to comply with.
Noonan's former right-hand man says government should consider raising retirement age
The former Secretary General of the Department of Finance said the focus should shift from tax cuts to reducing the cost of living.
No plans to legislate against loophole that allowed 200 people to try avoid paying €500 million in tax
The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told the Dáil that there are no plans to legislate as the case was dealt with successfully.
Government urged to use €3.8 billion from AIB sale to 'build homes, hospitals and schools'
Labour leader Brendan Howlin said that the Irish people “sacrificed so much to protect our banking system”.
'Contempt for Dáil Éireann': Government still plans to sell AIB shares despite vote against it
The Government yesterday forgot to vote against a motion delaying the sale.
Enda Kenny praises 'extraordinary' Noonan as he announces plan to step down
The Finance Minister says he will not be seeking re-election to the Dáil.
Here are the specific things about Nama that the State will investigate
The commission of investigation will primarily deal with the sale of Nama’s Northern Irish loan book, otherwise known as Project Eagle, in April 2014.
'Why were only three bidders selected?': Call for investigation into Nama sale of Project Tolka
Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath has called on the C&AG to investigate the sale of a Nama portfolio.
'Shame on the Minister for Finance': What was that massive row in the Dáil all about last night?
The PAC report into Nama’s Northern Ireland loan book sale was being debated last night.
'It wouldn't have made any difference' - Nama defends itself from critical Project Eagle report
The Dáil Public Accounts Committee declared this morning that the sales strategy for Project Eagle was “seriously deficient”.
Michael Noonan refutes suggestion he 'acted inappropriately' over Project Eagle sale
Noonan met with senior Ceberus representatives on the eve of the bid closing date.
Brendan Howlin has called for the sale of AIB to be put on hold
Howlin wants assurances that the money will be spent on building new homes, schools and hospitals.
Grace: The four missed opportunities to make her safe
Taoiseach Enda Kenny today announced that a commission of investigation will be set up.
Most people who used the Help to Buy scheme to get a house didn't really need it
The scheme aims to allow first-time buyers to purchase homes with only a 10% deposit.
120 jobs on the way for Limerick at Virgin Media
The media giant is set to create the jobs at its National Customer Experience Centre just south of the city.
How much has Ireland's Apple tax appeal cost so far? €1.8m and counting
Michael Noonan today stepped back from claims Ireland’s tax rate was under attack.
Celtic Tiger's Metro North likely to be fast-tracked
Dublin Port and Dublin Airport are also tipped to benefit from increased capital expenditure.
Irish banks have frozen Al-Qaeda assets of over €1 million
Money from Iran, Syria, Somalia and North Korea has also been frozen by Irish banks.
Booze, petrol, cigs: This is how much an extra 10 cent on our 'luxuries' would bring in
An increase of a couple of cent could mean big bucks to the State coffers.
Noonan hails 'historic high' in exchequer returns as State collects more tax than it thought in 2016
Corporation tax returns were a full €737 million higher than expected in 2016.
The Irish State has just sold its shares in big tobacco companies
It had been claimed that the investments made a ‘mockery’ of the State’s aim of a tobacco-free Ireland.
Limerick shows Michael Noonan how much his hometown loves him
“I appreciate it very much,” said the Finance Minister.
Nearly 80,000 families in mortgage arrears but figure is declining
Sinn Féin has called on the Government to release a Central Bank report on how to handle arrears.
"A major cause of concern": Shock as liquidator appointed to Rush Credit Union
Earlier this year gardaí confirmed they were investigating reports of financial irregularities at the credit union.
Parents fear son will miss hospital appointments as they can't afford to replace van
Margaret Butler and Michael Power have called for more financial support to be given to carers.
Ruth Coppinger: 'The TDs who decided women's destinies in 1983 abortion debate still hold office'
Ruth Coppinger said her party will take the pay increase due to TDs, but it will go towards campaigns supports.
Michael Noonan has announced another 40 new jobs for Limerick
Last month, the Minister for Finance allocated half a billion euro to Limerick, the State’s fourth-largest city.
Giving parents a tax credit for childcare would have cost nearly €600m
Finance Minister Michael Noonan said providing tax credits for paid child care would fail an equity test.
Ministers aren't going to get a €12,000 pay hike after all
The Department of Public Expenditure has confirmed to that Minister Paschal Donohoe will ask Cabinet to waive the pay restoration.
Noonan defends first-time buyers plan as critics warn it will create 'bidding war'
Cutting VAT on new homes would have been a better approach, one economist has said.
Michael Noonan tips Paschal Donohoe to become Fine Gael leader
The Finance Minister said his Cabinet colleague “has all the qualities” to lead the party.
"Not Brexit-proof" - there's a deal of good news for the self-employed today, but is it enough?
However the earned income tax credit still lags behind the €1,650 automatic deduction available to PAYE workers.
Good news for tourism businesses - their 9% VAT rate is safe
The rate came under scrutiny earlier this year but businesses say it has been instrumental to the sector’s recovery.
Budget 2017: Here are the main points you need to know
A €1.3 billion package of tax cuts and public spending was announced this afternoon.