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Sunday 2 April 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Tenders

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# clamping down
DCC's deal for new clamping contractors includes €150 fine every time a driver successfully appeals
The council is seeking a “close” relationship with a new clamping contractor in a deal worth €45 million.
# Killester
Firefighters battling large blaze at derelict building in north Dublin
The fire has been ablaze in north Dublin for more than an hour.
# Tenders
Can talks prevent the next bus strike, or is the situation 'out of control'?
Further talks between unions and management are due to be held today.
# bye bye money
'Jobs lost here at home' as foreign firms cash in on Ireland's public purse
The government should “think small first” and keep more tenders in Irish hands, SFA says.
# love me tenders
Top tips on winning public contracts if you are an SME
The public sector has huge opportunities for small or medium Irish businesses – if you’re ready for the challenge.
# Tenders
Government makes no comment on postcode costs amid Dáil claims of €30m
Minister Rabbitte told the Dáil that his department was assisted in the tender process by a consulting firm.
# Magdalenes
Government departments used Magdalene laundries to do their washing
The Departments of Finance, Health, Social Welfare and Education all used the laundry on Sean McDermott Street in Dublin.
# Construction
Half of constructors submitting tenders 'below cost' to try and find work
Over half of construction tenders submitted now are below cost – with the actual costs around 17 per cent higher than given.