Bringing workplace wellbeing into the home Davina Ramkissoon,  Zevo Health: “We saw an increasing number of requests for financial wellbeing seminars in addition to one-to-one consultations with a financial adviser to review personal finances.”

With remote working set to continue, many companies have taken steps to support their employees online by providing fitness, counselling and financial advice

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UL says most students will be allowed on campus for just one week each month  The move by UL has sparked anger among some parents and students who say they have paid up to €6,000 in accommodation fees for next year. Photograph:  Sean Curtin/True Media

Move sparks anger among some parents who say they face steep bills for accommodation

Interference with work of receiver had to stop in former car dealer case, court told The allegations relate to the former Kanes of Granard car showroom premises, which is now vacant. It is one of several pieces of property the receiver is selling in a bid to recoup a 2009 judgment for €4.97m obtained by Revenue against John Alex  Kane related to the non-payment of tax on car sales.

Allegations made that €25,000 in cash had been found in a cupboard and that a Range Rover had been driven across the Border

Putting climate change at the top of the agenda Garrett Monaghan, head of projects, Ireland, Pinsent Masons: “We are now at the point where economic resilience and climate-driven policies can accommodate and complement each other.”

The €1tn Green Deal sets out to decarbonise almost every sector of the European economy by 2050

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