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Under fire One51 chief wins reprieve

UNDER scrutiny One51 chief executive Philip Lynch has eased the mounting pressure on his leadership of the investment group, by securing the backing of former dissident John Hegarty.


Managing council budgets 'difficult'

MANAGING local authority budgets is an almost impossible task due to their inadequate share of central government taxes, Cork-based Fine Gael Cllr Jim Corr has said.


Programme to inform credit unions on loan payment protection insurance

IN this economic uncertainty increasing numbers of borrowers are taking out insurance cover on their loans.


Confidence grows in service sector

CONFIDENCE in the future of the service sector in Ireland is the highest in the EU, with sentiment in manufacturing also starting to pick up.



Kerry pride restored as brothers 'do the double'

KERRY pride, dented at the county footballers being knocked out of the All-Ireland title race on Saturday, has been partially restored.