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New cars licenses down 20% in February compared to previous month

    New cars licenses down 20% in February compared to previous month

According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the number of new cars licensed in Ireland in February fell by 20.2% compared to the same month a year earlier. A total of 16,905 new cars were licensed for the first time in February versus 21,173 for February 2016. In addition, 7,723 used cars were licensed in […]

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Ireland Records Lowest Annual Inflation in the Eurozone

    Ireland Records Lowest Annual Inflation in the Eurozone

Ireland’s annual inflation rate was recorded as 0.2% in January 2017, the lowest in the Euro Area which saw an inflation rate of 1.8% , up from 1.1% in December 2016, according to figures released by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, on Wednesday.  In January 2016 the rate was 0.3%. European Union annual inflation […]

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Number of Fatal Workplace Accidents Drops by More Than 20%

    Number of Fatal Workplace Accidents Drops by More Than 20%

There were 44 people killed in workplaces in 2016, representing a 21% reduction of the 56 reported in 2015, according to figures released by the Health and Safety Authority on Thursday.
Construction fatalities were down to nine in 2016, from 11 in 2015. The number of deaths on farms remained high, with 21 reported in 2016, […]

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CSO Estimates 3.7 Billion Euro Trade Surplus for September

    CSO Estimates 3.7 Billion Euro Trade Surplus for September

Preliminary figures released by the Central Statistics Office on Tuesday, November 15, indicate that Ireland’s seasonally adjusted trade surplus will fall to €3.7 billion in September 2016, from €4.6 billion in August.
The value of goods exported in September 2016 rose by 6% to over €10 billion compared to the previous year, largely driven by a […]

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Dart Expansion Requires Space at Dublin Airport

Don Cunningham, the Irish Rail’s director of infrastructure stated that the Dublin Airport needs to set aside a space for the Dart line.

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Aer Arann secures one-year contract to Aran Islands

Aer Arann will provide an air service to the Aran Islands until September 30th 2016.
The Minister of State for the Gaeltacht Joe McHugh has announced that the extension of the interim contract will cost the Department €1.62 million and will allow time for the procurement of a four-year contract.
The contract will be back-dated to October 1st […]

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