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Budget 2022/3

BUDGET 2022/3 :PLEASE FOLLOW LINK FOR UP TO DATE NEWS ON TODAYS BUDGET. https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/budget/#

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Contactless payments

Contactless payments

Contactless and smartphone payments on Dublin Bus may be possible late next year. Listen as NBRU Dublin branch chairman Sean Yeates speaks to Newstalks Pat Kenny....

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Memorial day for those killed in workplace accidents

Memorial day for those killed in workplace accidents

For everyone with an interest in the safety, health and welfare of people at work, April 28th is an important date. It’s the date every year when trade union and employer groups worldwide, as well as individual organisations, remember those who have been killed or...

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Seachtain na Gaelige

Seachtain na Gaelige

Seachtain na Gaeilge What is Seachtain na Gaeilge?   Seachtain na Gaeilge is a non-profit organisation in Ireland which promotes the Irish language during a two-week (1st of March to the 17th) festival held at the beginning of March every year, just before Saint...

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MANDATORY MASK WEARING TO END

MANDATORY MASK WEARING TO END

Image: Alamy Stock Photo NPHET recommend end to mandatory mask-wearing in education, public transport and school settings Public health officials advised the government of the move following a meeting today. MANDATORY MARK-WEARING requirements should end in most...

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NBRU speaks to newstalks pat kenny on busses deliberately driving slow

COVID-19 restrictions lifted

With the peak of Omicron seemingly over and hospitalisation figures being relatively stable, the Government has decided to ease the restrictions in an attempt to move into a new phase of dealing with the virus. There are currently 892 people in hospital with Covid-19...

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Government announces that most of the public health measures currently in place can be removed

The roadmap to freedom from covid-19 restrictions

  The government announced four key dates for the journey out of Covid-19 restrictions. 1 September (tomorrow) Public transport will return to 100% capacity. The National Transport Authority has said the wearing of a face-covering on public transport will remain...

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