The industry wants the Tourism Minister to step down after losing its special 9% VAT rate.
We unpick what this year’s announcements mean for business in Ireland.
All the giveaways and tax hikes that are on the horizon.
The Limerick company is at the centre of the plan to bring broadband to rural Ireland.
The bank failed to obtain approval for loans to individuals who were related parties.
BusConnects is a work in progress and we need it to keep the city moving.
The shift between now and 2009 – when we faced the worst financial crisis in a generation – is stark.
Much of the talk around Ireland’s upcoming budget has focused on the hospitality industry’s 9% VAT rate.
The employer representative registered more demand for in-company courses on retaining staff.
The EIIS programme offers tax breaks for startup backers – but the industry says it’s not up to task.
Funding for Fáilte Ireland has halved in a decade.
The sector says unrealistic tender prices could bring public projects to a standstill.
The average home now pays between €230 – €280 a year in waste collection charges.
Dalata wrote to ask Transport Minister Shane Ross to press on with a plan for more bike paths.
Health Minister Simon Harris is expected to retain cancer warning labels in the new alcohol bill.
The IAA’s chair-designate also warned that capacity issues would limit growth at Dublin Airport.
Retail lobbyists believe they hold the key to reviving regional shops.
The David McCourt-led group says it will team up with Nokia and other firms to complete the project.
An Irish Tax Institute report also considered the State’s options for ditching tourism’s 9% VAT rate.
A business group has called for the State to sanction local authorities that withdraw the competitions.