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There is growing opposition among senior politicians from all parties to Government plans to change the pay and file deadline for self-employed business and individuals to an earlier date in the year

There is growing opposition among senior politicians from all parties to Government plans to change the pay and file deadline for self-employed busine(...)

Gardaí and the Central Bank are to examine a set of recordings of telephone conversations from Anglo Irish Bank that were anonymously provided to Sinn Féin

Gardaí and the Central Bank are to examine a set of recordings of telephone conversations from Anglo Irish Bank that were anonymously provided to Sinn(...)

Three men and a woman have been charged with drug dealing offences following a year long investigation by gardaí in Kinsale, Co Cork.

Three men and a woman have been charged with drug dealing offences following a year long investigation by gardaí in Kinsale, Co Cork.The four were ch(...)

Local Property Tax forms. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES

The Government is likely to discuss the controversy over early payment demands from the Revenue Commissioners for the property tax at its weekly Cabin(...)

Michael McGrath: received assurances from the Minister for Finance that restrictions on tax relief on contributions to large pension pots would apply equally to public and private sectors. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath is to seek clarity in the Dáil on the budget provision relating to the taxing of pensions. This follows (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said: “Regretfully, it will have to be accepted that not all mortgages, due to individual circumstances, will or can within reason be made sustainable and that there will be circumstances where the person will have to lose ownership of the home.”

Some people with mortgage difficulties will lose their homes, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said.“Regretfully, it will have to be accepted (...)

Fianna Fáil  finance spokesman Michael McGrath said people in the “forgotten generation” in their 30s and 40s are in negative equity and cannot sell their homes because of the debt overhang.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Fianna Fáil has urged Minister for Finance Michael Noonan to give some relief in the budget to tens of thousands of householders forced to rent out th(...)

President Michael D Higgins yesterday  disclosed that, after consulting with the Council of State on Monday, he would not be referring the legislation – which makes abortion permissible in limited circumstances – to the Supreme Court to test its constitutionality. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The decision of President Michael D Higgins to sign into law the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act has been described as “a key milestone in Iri(...)

There is scope to ease austerity in the upcoming budget, Fianna Fáil finance spokesman, Michael McGrath has said. The Central Bank earlier called on t(...)

Fianna Fáil has called on John Perry to clarify if he used his political position as Minister of State as leverage when dealing with banks  over his  personal financial difficulties.

Minister of State John Perry is facing growing political pressure to consider his position following the judgement obtained by Danske Bank in the Comm(...)

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