A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Thu, 30 Apr, 2020
Thu, 02 Apr, 2020
Wed, 01 Apr, 2020
Ireland’s horse racing authority has pledged to drive racecourse attendances to 1.5m a year by 2024.
Tue, 03 Mar, 2020
Revenue officers have seized machinery and materials associated with illicit cigarette manufacturing following a search.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2020
Niall Quinn has called for Irish sporting bodies to present a united front in the quest for increased government funding after Basketball Ireland called foul on the rescue package for the FAI.
Wed, 05 Feb, 2020
A GOVERNMENT department has defended paying €2.75m for an airport on the Aran Islands that had been valued at €600,000 in an independent report they commissioned.
Sat, 11 Jan, 2020
Revenue this morning published preliminary results for 2019 showing they collected total net receipts of €73.9 billion.
Tue, 07 Jan, 2020
The then minister for tourism and transport, John Wilson, vehemently opposed a Cork Swansea Ferries request for IR£1.75m state funding at the end of 1988.
Sat, 28 Dec, 2019
Revenue officers discovered the cigarettes as part of routine profiling.
Fri, 06 Dec, 2019
Government tax revenues were over €1.4bn ahead of target by the end of November.
Tue, 03 Dec, 2019
Taking the scenic coastal route to a wedding in the west of Ireland last week, it was a joy to motor pleasantly along quiet country roads devoid of tourist buses and high season traffic.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
The public is facing worse services and higher rates as seven local authorities are set to lose €18.4 million in their funding, The Dáil has heard.
Thu, 21 Nov, 2019
Between 76,000 and 96,000 additional tourists are expected to visit Ireland in June next year as there are three group games and one round of 16 game played at the Aviva Stadium.
Tue, 15 Oct, 2019
With assistance from Revenue detector dog Gus, officers carried out a search, under warrant, of a premises in Enniscorthy.
Mon, 14 Oct, 2019
Research published by the Federation of Irish Sport in partnership with Investec has shown that for every €100 invested in sport by the Government, the Exchequer receives up to €195 in tax revenues.
Fri, 04 Oct, 2019
New car registrations were up by 7.4% in September when compared to the same month last year.
Tue, 01 Oct, 2019
The tobacco, weighing 1.4 tonnes, had a retail value of over €815,000, according to a Revenue spokesperson who said that it represented a loss to the Exchequer of approximately €721,000.
Fri, 20 Sep, 2019
Tax is a tricky subject. At one level I get the concept that paying general tax helps our elected politicians to finance the services that most agree are key to civil society.
Tue, 17 Sep, 2019
Revenue officers have seized approximately 584,000 unstamped cigarettes in Dublin Port.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2019
As we move into the second half of the year, it is possible to look back on the first six months with a certain degree of positivity.
Thu, 04 Jul, 2019
Members of Ireland's construction industry unions are protesting this morning against bogus self-employment.
Fri, 28 Jun, 2019
The Criminal Assets Bureau has seen a growing trend of criminals using crypto-currencies to transfer ill-gotten assets and to facilitate international fraud.
Wed, 26 Jun, 2019
Equal taxes should be applied to profits from an investment as to Dirt tax on a bank account, as it makes no sense to penalise people by charging them a higher tax rate for making a more prudent investment.
Thu, 13 Jun, 2019
Revenue officers, along with the assistance of detector dog Robbie, discovered 25kgs of herbal cannabis in Dublin Port yesterday.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2019
A judge has hit out at the failure of the State to provide a secure placement for a Co. Clare man declared insane.
Wed, 01 May, 2019
The biggest contributor last year was the operator of Irish Water and Bord Gáis, Ervia, which paid out a dividend of €139m.
Wed, 17 Apr, 2019
Revenue seized almost three million cigarettes worth €1.6 million during a search of a premises in Newhall, Co Kildare yesterday.
Thu, 04 Apr, 2019
The Exchequer recorded a deficit of €966m in for the first three months of 2019.
Tue, 02 Apr, 2019
A man who fraudulently claimed over €40,000 of Jobseeker's Allowance in his brother's name and was caught as a result of facial-imaging technology has received 200 hours of community service.
Tue, 18 Dec, 2018
The motor industry provides a very good barometer for the overall economy, and particularly how business and consumers view the world, writes.
Fri, 09 Nov, 2018
Hoteliers have insisted the 9% Vat rate remains essential to the sector, despite room prices surpassing Celtic Tiger levels and the Exchequer missing out on an estimated €491m yearly from the tax incentive.
Thu, 12 Jul, 2018
Exchequer figures, which show spending is growing faster than tax revenues, should give the Government cause for concern, say analysts.
Tue, 03 Jul, 2018
Cash, beer and cigarettes have been seized in two separate Revenue searches yesterday.
Sat, 09 Jun, 2018
Alcohol and cigarettes worth almost €7,000 have been seized at two locations over the weekend.
Mon, 14 May, 2018
The behaviour of St John of God (SJOG) in paying hundreds of thousands in secret salary top-ups and lump sum compensation to senior managers to circumvent public pay policy has raised “fundamental issues of trust” with its funder, the HSE.
Wed, 14 Mar, 2018
The Rural and Community Development Minister says he believes the new National Development Plan will promote jobs in rural communities.
Mon, 05 Feb, 2018
Diminishing incentives and charging infrastructure problems are among the latest obstacles to electric car ownership
Tue, 02 Jan, 2018
Bertie Ahern sought to reverse a decision of the previous government to sell the former CIE group of hotels. This was within months of his taking office in his first ministerial appointment.
Fri, 29 Dec, 2017
Eight of the 100 highest earning Irish-based multi-nationals are paying no corporation tax whatsoever, five have a tax bill of less than 1% and others are effectively being paid by the taxman because of serious loopholes in the tax system.
Thu, 30 Nov, 2017
Bank of England policymakers have said that the British public is right to be angry over bank bailouts and the economic difficulties facing Britain's younger generation.
Thu, 16 Nov, 2017
Cannabis and cocaine thought to be worth €1m have been seized in Dublin.
Fri, 10 Nov, 2017
The Gate Theatre received €860,000 in public money in 2017, despite Taoiseach Leo Varadkar describing it as a “private body”.
Thu, 09 Nov, 2017