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Government hosts major tech sector conference in Dublin

The Government will host a major conference in Dublin focusing on Ireland’s technology sector. The Digital Ireland Conference will hear ...
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Wholesale electricity prices down 52% in October – CSO

Wholesale electricity prices fell sharply last month and are back to levels not seen since August of last year, according ...
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Investments looking ‘slightly weaker’ next year – IDA

IDA Ireland is expected to tell the Oireachtas Committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment that it has sight of a ...
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ESB to increase charges for use of public electric car charging network by up to 52%

The ESB is increasing charges for the use of its public electric vehicle charging points by up to 52%. The ...
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Housing starts slow by 31% in October from last year

The number of new housing starts continued to slow last month, according to new figures from the Department of Housing. ...
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Windfall tax on electricity companies set for Cabinet sign off today

The Government is expected to agree to cap the revenues of electricity generating companies which do not use gas. The ...
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Energy costs the main challenge for manufacturing

There has been a marked deterioration in the outlook for the manufacturing sector over the coming months, a major survey ...
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Gardaí warn shoppers to beware of Black Friday scams

The call comes as it is predicted as much as €26 million will be spent on shopping in upcoming Black ...
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Lower-income households experiencing greater inflation

Inflation continues to be greater for households on lower incomes, rural households and those headed by people over 65. This ...
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