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Counterfeit computer batteries and accessories, fake phone parts, and fake sportswear and shoes were also recovered
The Minister for Finance has said he will be asking the chief executives of the main banks here to demonstrate sensitivity and understanding to those whose loan and mortgage breaks are coming to an end.
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Paschal Donohoe says 37,000 employers have signed up for the new wage subsidy scheme.
Business owners in Donegal say they were just starting to get back on track when the additional restrictions were announced. Restaurants, pubs and cafes will have to shut their indoor seating areas from midnight tonight. Owner of Farren’s Bar in Malin Head Hu…
Irish tech company Workvivo, one of the world’s fastest growing providers of internal communications technology, has today announced plans to create 100 new jobs with support from Enterprise Ireland.
UK supermarket Tesco said it will prevent customers from bulk-buying flour, pasta, toilet roll and anti-bacterial wipes to prevent a re-run of the Covid-19 stockpiling that stripped shelves bare earlier this year.
It is expected it will take a number of years to resolve case
Taxes were not taken in real-time when the emergency payments were introduced
In an illustrative video, Amazon shows the drone itself being a significant deterrent to an intruder.
A businessman who spun his wealth from bottled water and vaccines has usurped tech tycoon Jack Ma as China's richest man, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index showed today.
NCC urges reskilling for those in sectors that will not recover from impact of Covid crisis
Years of litigation may yet lie ahead, as case may move to the European Court of Justice
It is the eleventh Covid-19 vaccine candidate to reach the Phase 3 stage globally.
Airline insists it has acted in accordance with official guidance on Covid-19 wage scheme
The European Commission must decide before the end of today whether it is appealing the General Court of the European Union judgment in the Apple tax case.
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