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Ireland marked its most successful year ever for job creation in 2015, but small and medium enterprises say they’re being stretched. 190,600 people were out of work in December, a drop of more than 29,000 on the same time in 2014. The unemployment rate stayed also steady at 8.8 per cent. Meanwhile the Head of […]

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The cabinet has signed off on a range of measures to alleviate the problems caused by the flooding crisis. €10 million is being provided to assist with the clean-up of flooding while funds will also go into a long-term weather prediction service. Extra funds are being provided for the Red Cross scheme to compensate businesses, […]

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Ireland is set to balance its budget a year ahead of schedule after a windfall in extra tax receipts in 2015. The exchequer ran a deficit last year of just €62,000,000, rising to €3.4 billion when one-off factors are taken out. However the deficit is just 1.5% of GDP – only half the size that […]

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Hey guys, hope you had a fantastic Christmas! Happy new year. I’m really looking forward to an amazing 2016 of brilliant music. There are so many new bands on the line up for this year. Don’t forget to get in touch If you’re in a band and you’re interested in coming in for a studio […]

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Petitions to pardon ‘Making a Murderer’ convict hits 200k. It’s the documentary everyone is talking about. ‘Making A Murderer’ on Netflix is a hot topic all over the world right now, with many saying that convict Steven Avery was unfairly treated at trial, and evidence planted against him. SPOILERS BELOW! Avery is serving a life […]

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