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Profits at luxury Lyrath Estate Hotel jump 67%to €835,000

Profits at luxury Lyrath Estate Hotel jump 67%to €835,000

Pre-tax profits at the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Co Kilkenny last year increased by 67% to €834,979. Newly-filed accounts for Lyrath Demesne Ltd show revenues increased by 8.5% to €12.7m.

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Tayto Park owner says new rollercoaster won't be noisy

Tayto Park owner says new rollercoaster won't be noisy

The owner of Tayto Park said that his proposed new €15.5m rollercoaster won’t be heard by neighbours.

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Cork Airport can spread its wings with new routes

Cork Airport can spread its wings with new routes

It is tempting to be negative about the number of destinations served by Cork Airport due to its focus on short-haul routes, but a deeper analysis shows that in fact a more complex but positive scenario exists.

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Cork greyhound stadium posts €230k loss

Operating losses at the company which runs Cork City’s greyhound stadium fell slightly last year, despite a marked decrease in activity.

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Donohoe pledges not to spend more as corporation tax brings in €3.1bn haul in month

The Government hauled in a record amount of corporation tax revenues in November of €3.1bn that have already made October’s budget estimates out of date.

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An Post to deliver furniture and fridges

An Post is to begin the delivery of bulky goods to houses including furniture and fridges next year as it looks to further expand its delivery services.

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Corporation tax €700m ahead of expectations by the end of November

Government tax revenues were over €1.4bn ahead of target by the end of November.

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Ryanair claims COO Bellew knew 'from get-go' about non-compete clause in contract

Bellew decided earlier this year to leave Ryanair at the end of this month and join rival airline Easyjet as its chief operating officer.

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FTSE 100 plunges on Trump tariff threats and trade concerns

The index slid to its lowest level since late October after the renewed threat of tariffs stoked fears among traders.

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Trust behind Cork City FC and GAA manager among latest tax defaulters published by Revenue

Trust behind Cork City FC and GAA manager among latest tax defaulters published by Revenue

36 cases involving settlements totalling just under €8m were published today by the Revenue Commissioners.

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Dublin Airport welcomes 15 new services this winter but reports seat capacity decline

Dublin Airport will have 15 new services this winter but has reported total seat capacity is down 3% with 500,000 fewer seats available compared to last year.

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UK construction sector remains in contraction amid ongoing slump in new orders

Britain’s builders have suffered the longest run of declining new orders for six years as Brexit and election uncertainty keep the sector firmly in contraction, according to new figures.

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France threatens EU retaliation over US plan for tariffs on cheese and Champagne

The US proposed tariffs on 2.4 billion dollars of goods in retaliation for a French tax on global tech giants including Google, Amazon and Facebook.

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Apple reveals most popular App Store downloads in the UK

Apple reveals most popular App Store downloads in the UK

An app designed to help people pass their driving theory test was among the most popular free downloads.

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IFA's Healy says beef farmers disappointed not to secure immediate price increase at today's talks

The Irish Farmers Association has said it is disappointed to walk away from today's Beef Market Taskforce meeting without a price increase for beef farmers.

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Seán FitzPatrick expelled and fined by accountant association

Seán FitzPatrick expelled and fined by accountant association

Chartered Accountants said that Mr FitzPatrick had accepted the findings following an investigation

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Food SMEs delay investment because of Brexit

Food SMEs delay investment because of Brexit

Research from PwC shows that 31% of food-related SMEs have stalled investment since the 2016 Brexit referendum

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Musgrave clinches acquisition of Drinks Inc

Musgrave clinches acquisition of Drinks Inc

It has appointed Kevin O’Leary as the new business director

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Oliver Mangan: Markets turn cautious on world economic outlook

Oliver Mangan: Markets turn cautious on world economic outlook

Over the autumn, stock markets rallied strongly, bond yields rose, and traders scaled back their expectations of further policy easing by central banks.

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