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  • January’s Employment Roundup: TD expresses ‘concern’ at potential loss of 30 jobs at Independent News and Media » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2015/01/29/januarys-employment-roundup-good-news-for-cork-uncertainty-for-tesco-in-north-107577/ (2016-02-11)



  • Employment Roundup: Mixed news on employment front, good news for Newry, Dublin and Belfast, bad news as cigarette factory closes in Co Antrim » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/10/15/employment-roundup-over-800-jobs-for-belfast-400-new-jobs-for-dublin-and-almost-140-for-limerick-107115/ (2016-02-11)


  • Sinn Féin calls on unionist leaders to join them in opposing welfare cuts ‘imposed by Westminster’ on Northern Ireland Assembly » Inside Ireland
    unemployment They would punish the poor and the vulnerable and will drive those who are already struggling on low incomes further into poverty No one in the North unionist or nationalist voted for that Welfare cuts are not part of our Programme for Government Sinn Féin MLA Daithí McKay Mr McKay said Unionist leaders would be serving their electorate far better by uniting with those of us who are standing up for all communities regardless of their political outlook in resisting these savage cuts It has been confirmed that Stormont departments excluding health and education were to have their budgets cut by a total of 78m 97m Finance Minister Simon Hamilton also warned that further cuts amounting to 87m would be required if a deal was not agreed Last week First Minister Peter Robinson said parties had to decide if the benefits of devolution outweighed the financial penalties Mr Robinson added that by far the most damaging issue that has the potential to end devolution is the shameless denial by Sinn Fein of economic realities resulting from Welfare Reform Over the past week we have heard from a series of Ministers of the first set of consequences resulting from the Sinn Fein imposed cuts arising from its refusal to accept the welfare deal negotiated for Northern Ireland First Minister of Northern Ireland Peter D Robinson MLA Pic Courtesy of DUP Online The deal negotiated would have provided the best welfare payment system in the UK It ditches the bedroom tax for all our existing tenants and provides tens of millions of pounds in a contingency fund for those most impacted by the new Coalition Government s Welfare Reform arrangements Public spending on welfare across the UK will continue to rise albeit at a slower rate No responsible party would allow the reductions in departmental funding to happen as a consequence of failing to accept the negotiated arrangements DUP Leader Peter Robinson MLA Mr Robinson said that while each Minister is responsible for the areas of spending they feel should be cut or reduced in order to keep within the reduced level of funding available they are required by the Ministerial Code to keep within spending limits Of course every Minister must justify the particular choices he or she makes for the cuts However they have no choice other than to take decisions based on the level of funding that they know will be available within any annual spending period he added The First Minister pointed out in a statement last week that the June Monitoring Round expressly set out that this year s budget had already been reduced by 13 million because of Sinn Fein s welfare stance and that a further cut of 87 million 2 4 would follow in October for the same reason Thus far Sinn Fein has refused to even consider the cost of the new computer system that would be necessary if we are not plugged into the new UK Welfare Reform system Ask any

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2014/08/12/sinn-fein-calls-on-unionist-leaders-to-join-them-in-opposing-welfare-cuts-imposed-by-westminster-on-northern-ireland-assembly-106764/ (2016-02-11)
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  • NAMA invites proposals to acquire lease for development in Dublin’s Docklands » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/06/04/nama-invites-proposals-to-acquire-lease-for-development-in-dublins-docklands-106411/ (2016-02-11)


  • Around 2,500 jobs created in Limerick and Clare region in last five years » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/05/01/around-2500-jobs-created-in-limerick-and-clare-region-in-last-five-years-106106/ (2016-02-11)


  • An average of 127 new business and company start-ups have been reported in Ireland so far this year » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/04/01/an-average-of-127-new-business-and-company-start-ups-have-been-reported-in-ireland-so-far-this-year-105614/ (2016-02-11)


  • Mixed response by Northern Ireland politicians to UK Budget on 19th March » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/03/21/mixed-response-by-northern-ireland-politicians-to-uk-budget-on-19th-march-105508/ (2016-02-11)


  • Pressure on Dáil to support Bill to ban upward only rent reviews in leases following Seanad vote » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/02/27/pressure-on-dail-to-support-bill-to-ban-upward-only-rent-reviews-in-leases-following-seanad-vote-105327/ (2016-02-11)