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# Receipts

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Minister refuses to rule out costs for National Children's Hospital surpassing €2 billion
The project has been hit with around 900 claims worth approximately €540 million.
Retailers used customers' email addresses taken for issuing receipts to send marketing material
The Data Protection Commissioner has issued guidelines for shops using people’s email addresses for marketing purposes.
A cottage owner in Clare seriously shut down a Tripadvisor review that questioned the accommodation's cleanliness
The manager didn’t take kindly to a complaint that the pool was ‘slippy’.
13 receipts that almost justify the existence of receipts
Sale is FINAL.
Teenager who got tattoo of McDonald's receipt gets ANOTHER ONE
A warning: His new tattoo is just as bad.
Former British Labour minister sentenced to six months in jail over expenses
Denis MacShane pleaded guilty to making almost £13,000 (€15,500) worth of bogus expenses claims.
11 excellent hidden messages on restaurant receipts
Always, ALWAYS check your bill carefully.
Column: Secrecy around TDs’ expenses is typical of Irish political culture
Yes, expenses need reform – but we need a larger conversation too, writes Sarah O’Neill.
Cost of servicing national debt to hit €7.5bn next year
The government’s latest report on state spending and receipts shows that the tax intake for 2011 will be €700m less than expected,