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Customs officers at Dublin Port. Photograph courtesy of  Revenue

You have to get up very early in the morning to catch Dublin Port’s customs officials on their latest Brexit drive. The first fingers of dawn are ba(...)

Customs officers will be providing information to truck drivers arriving at Dublin and Rosslare ports

Revenue is to step up the advice it gives for exporters who may face difficulties post-Brexit. From Friday, customs officers will be providing inform(...)

Minister for Education  Joe McHugh said overtaxed substitute teachers will be repaid in full as soon as possible. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Department of Education is to repay substitute staff who were taxed the wrong amount due to a software glitch earlier this month. Substitute teac(...)

John and Jacqueline Keenaghan, from Ballyshannon, Co Donegal pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman choked back tears several times in the High Court when disputing claims by two former close friends that €280,000 given to her was a loan rath(...)

“This is a tax on the health of the people of Ireland,” said the Health Stores Ireland spokesman Matt Ronan. Photograph: iStock

Health stores have reacted angrily to moves that could see Revenue impose a VAT rate of 23 per cent on food supplements including vitamins, minerals, (...)

The creation of the new unit comes as part of a wider restructuring of the State’s tax collection agency. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Revenue is set to create a new division with 380 tax-collection specialists focused on ensuring compliance by people with incomes of €500,000 or more,(...)

Revenue says the quickest and easiest way to make a claim is using the online service on Revenue.ie or through its mobile app RevApp. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Revenue has written to more than 125,000 taxpayers to remind them to claim their entitlements for the year 2014 before the deadline of December 31st. (...)

Dark web: 'I could make you physically sick in minutes by showing you stuff now, but the second or the third or fourth time you see it you can get desensitised.' Illustration: iStock/Getty

A “regular” murder can be arranged for $45,000, while making a victim disappear without a trace costs $60,000. A straightforward crippling is $12,000 (...)

No reputable organisation will ever contact a customer seeking details such as passwords or bank account numbers.

While the name might be new, the ‘Dubai broadband scam’ comes with wearyingly familiar echoes the activities of international criminals who have been (...)

Minister for Culture Josepha Madigan at the launch of the Government’s Audiovisual Action Plan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Government has launched a €200 million plan aimed at doubling employment in the audiovisual industry in five years. Ireland will become a global (...)

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