Health and pension spend will push up debt: OECD

Health and pension spend will push up debt: OECD

Spending on health and continuing to fund the State pension age at 65 will inevitably add a significant amount to Ireland’s debt, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said.

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OECD Ireland Report: Pension age at 65 and unchecked healthcare will add to debt levels

OECD Ireland Report: Pension age at 65 and unchecked healthcare will add to debt levels

Spending on health and continuing to fund the State pension age at 65 will add significant amounts to Ireland’s debt, the OECD has said.

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Growth may cool but sharp slide unlikely

Growth may cool but sharp slide unlikely

World economy forecast to grow by 3.5% in 2019,

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OECD health figures are a real challenge

OECD health figures are a real challenge

There is a sense, but only time will tell if it’s more than wishful thinking, that some of the shibboleths that choked this society for so very long are, a full century after we achieved independence, being shaken off.

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SIPTU to discuss row over Aer Lingus cost cuts

SIPTU is meeting today to discuss ways to avert strike action regarding Aer Lingus' controversial cost-cutting plan.

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Thousands rally against Aer Lingus' Shannon decision

Thousands of people are protesting in Limerick city centre this afternoon against the decision by Aer Lingus to end its Shannon to Heathrow route.

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Pilots approve Aer Lingus deal

The agreement hammered out between management and unions at Aer Lingus was overwhelmingly approved by a show of hands at a meeting of pilots and the union’s executive, which ended around 2.30 this morning.

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Aer Lingus talks continue at LRC

Thousands of air passengers are at risk of having no flights as Aer Lingus management and unions return to the Labour Relations Commission.

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Aer Lingus talks to resume this morning

Negotiations between Aer Lingus management and pilots' unions will resume at the Labour Relations Commission later this morning.

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Both sides arrive at LRC for Aer Lingus talks

Both sides in the Aer Lingus dispute arrived at the Labour Relations Commission just before lunchtime today for talks aimed at averting the impending standoff between management and pilots.

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Management and pilots meet today in Aer Lingus dispute

Aer Lingus management and the pilots' union Impact are due to meet at the Labour Relations Commission today in a bid to resolve the row over the Belfast base.

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LRC intervenes in Aer Lingus dispute

The Labour Relations Commission has intervened in the Aer Lingus dispute.

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Impact confirms fifth pilot suspension

The trade union Impact has confirmed that a fifth pilot has been suspended by Aer Lingus for refusing to help in the recruitment of new staff for its Belfast base.

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