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# Paschal Donohoe

Last year
Sipo clears Paschal Donohoe of complaint over undisclosed donations from businessman
Cost-of-living pressures led 230,000 people to seek help from St Vincent de Paul last year
Companies should pass on savings as costs fall, Donohoe says
Dog owners who cannot control their pet should be treated as 'social pariahs', says McConalogue
Explained: What you need to know about failed election declarations from Paschal Donohoe and SF
Ó Broin insists his party doesn't 'owe Donohoe apology' in wake of SF expenses revelations
Donohoe confirms breach of 2020 election rules, says he was unaware of details last week
Businessman Michael Stone confirms he assisted Paschal Donohoe during 2020 election campaign
NBC top execs warned Martin and Varadkar that Ireland could miss out on big movie productions
Explainer: Why is Paschal Donohoe still in hot water over political donation declarations?
Opposition continues pressure on embattled Donohue
Tánaiste questioned over Donohoe controversy: 'I’m going to wait to see what Paschal has to say'
Civil servants warn Donohoe of 'reform fatigue' within public sector due to Covid and Brexit
Paschal Donohoe apologises for 'clear mistake' but opposition parties query figures
'He's fully corrected the record': Coveney defends Donohoe over undeclared donation
Businessman who paid for Paschal Donohoe postering work is Land Development Agency board member
Long overdue ethics laws to keep politicians in check can't be delayed, say opposition
Explainer: Why is Paschal Donohoe in hot water over his expense declarations?
Donohoe apologises for failing to declare election donation in 2016 following Sipo complaint
Donohoe to review his records from 2016 election after complaint to SIPO
All time
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe re-elected as Eurogroup president
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe set to be re-elected as Eurogroup president this afternoon
Restoring bankers bonuses and removing pay caps an 'insult' to working families, Dáil hears
Records of compensation claims during War of Independence and Civil War to be released
Certain businesses and sectors should be legislated to accept cash
East Wall: Donohoe says residents raised 'important and sensitive' matters relating to housing of refugees
Paschal Donohoe set for second term as Eurogroup president after running unopposed
Paschal Donohoe asks Eurogroup members to re-elect him as president
McGrath 'strongly supports' Donohoe's bid for second term as Eurogroup President
Small landlords to be offered up to €10,000 in tax breaks for retrofitting properties
Eurozone finance ministers to vote for new Eurogroup President next month
Government to nominate Paschal Donohoe for second term as President of the Eurogroup
Exchequer surplus of €7.3 billion recorded in year to the end of October
Paschal Donohoe says data centres could not be excluded from energy scheme
Donohoe announces expansion of €500 rent credit to parents of third-level students
O'Brien warns Donohoe of Fianna Fáil concerns about concrete levy
Tax revenues for first nine months of the year just under €58 billion
Budget 2023: What measures have already kicked in?
'Our citizens need help': Everything you need to know about Budget 2023
Income tax standard rate cut off point raised to €40,000