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Numbers receiving PUP at lowest level since payment was introduced

The number of people receiving the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) is now at its lowest level since the introduction of the Government support in March 2020. There will be 192,296 ...
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Co-operative housing delivers record 454 homes in 2020

The national organisation promoting and developing co-operative housing in Ireland said it delivered 454 homes last year, despite the challenges posed by Covid-19. Co-operative Housing Ireland said that represented an ...
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Banker accountability rules may take further 18 months, Donohoe says

Regime will require firms to set out who makes decisions and where responsibility lies It may be a further 18 months before long-planned new rules are in place to make ...
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Personal injuries claims numbers see big fall – PIAB

The number of claims made to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board decreased last year, mainly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, while there was also a reduction in the ...
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Mortgage approvals and drawdowns continue to rise

The number of mortgages being approved and drawn down continue to rise, according to the latest figures from Banking and Payment Federation Ireland. In the month of June, 5,203 mortgages ...
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75% of home building fund committed to projects

Loan approvals by Home Building Finance Ireland – the Government initiative set up to fund the delivery of new homes – amounted to €539m by the end of the first ...
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Contact tracing change to indoor dining regulations – RAI

Indoor dining in restaurants and cafes resumes today for the first time since last December, with many pubs not having opened their doors since March last year when Covid restrictions ...
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Consumer and business sentiment down slightly in July but still above pre-pandemic level

Consumer and business sentiment, as measured by Bank of Ireland’s Economic Pulse, dipped slightly in July but was well up on the situation a year ago. At 89.3, the headline ...
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5 things you need to know as indoor hospitality reopens

Restaurants, cafés and bars can reopen their doors for indoor eating and drinking today, operating under strict new public health regulations. Operational guidelines for the hospitality industry were updated by ...
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