# austerity - Today’s News
Previously, Irish children received free dental check ups in 2nd, 4th and 6th class but there has been huge cuts to those services.
# austerity - Sunday 18 December, 2016
FactCheck takes a closer look at a claim that was widely shared on social media this year.
# austerity - Wednesday 11 November, 2015
The conservative minority government was the shortest-lived administration in the country’s history.
# austerity - Tuesday 15 September, 2015
“I have news for you – austerity sucks.”
# austerity - Monday 31 August, 2015
Paul Murphy isn’t being allowed conduct collections in Tallaght.
# austerity - Monday 13 July, 2015
But some ordinary Greeks support a new bailout as the only option for their country.
# austerity - Sunday 12 July, 2015
# austerity - Friday 10 July, 2015
The country is looking for a €53 billion bailout.
# austerity - Thursday 9 July, 2015
We pursue it, discuss it, count it and obsess over it… but do we ever really think about what ‘money’ is?
# austerity - Wednesday 8 July, 2015
Alexis Tsipras has vowed to present “credible” reform plans before a deadline of tomorrow night.
# austerity - Monday 6 July, 2015
It is in all our interests to bind up the economic and political wounds of the past seven years.
# austerity - Sunday 5 July, 2015
Celebrations are underway in Athens this evening.
# austerity - Tuesday 30 June, 2015
They are braving bad weather as they make their feelings clear over the upcoming referendum.
# austerity - Thursday 25 June, 2015
Today is the last day of the One-Parent Family Payment for anyone whose youngest child is aged seven. Approximately 11,000 families will immediately lose income.
# austerity - Wednesday 24 June, 2015
Our Finance Minister has sided with the most hardline of Greece’s creditors this week – and that’s wrong, writes Ronan Burtenshaw.
# austerity - Tuesday 23 June, 2015
… and the Irish people in the back.
# austerity - Monday 22 June, 2015
The committee described Ireland’s laws on abortion as “highly restrictive”.
# austerity - Sunday 14 June, 2015
With Greece now just over a fortnight away from default, this could very well spell the beginning of the end for the Euro as we know it.
# austerity - Friday 15 May, 2015
The new Greek government is pushing ahead with privatising ports and airports.
# austerity - Sunday 10 May, 2015
Protesters threw smoke bombs and arrests were made.
# austerity - Friday 8 May, 2015
He was later released without charge.
# austerity - Monday 4 May, 2015
The magnitude of the impact of the recession on older people is as diverse as the ageing population itself.
# austerity - Friday 3 April, 2015
But the government insists it will be able to pay its debts on time.
# austerity - Wednesday 25 March, 2015
Enda Kenny was arriving at Yahoo’s new €11m offices in Dublin.
# austerity - Sunday 8 March, 2015
It’s becoming a popular tourist destination for Germans.
# austerity - Saturday 28 February, 2015
They’re good at protesting and making noise, but they have no workable policies.
# austerity - Monday 23 February, 2015
Greece’s bailout extension is loaded with political meaning for other eurozone countries.
# austerity - Wednesday 11 February, 2015
The new Greek government is trying to kick free of its bailout terms.
# austerity - Sunday 8 February, 2015
Everyone was talking about Greek debt deals, counting calories and the end of cheap booze.
# austerity - Thursday 5 February, 2015
It was already done with a year ago, apparently.
# austerity - Saturday 31 January, 2015
Thousands were out in support of the new anti-austerity party Podemos.
# austerity - Thursday 29 January, 2015
We live in a time of austerity – and education is being targeted along with other elements of society.
# austerity - Monday 26 January, 2015
This election was vital – not just for Greeks, but for working class people throughout Europe.
Are they as radical as is claimed?
# austerity - Saturday 24 January, 2015
Paul Murphy says a Syriza win could provoke a ‘further radicalisation in Ireland’.
# austerity - Tuesday 20 January, 2015
2015 is going to be a significant year in the European Union, as citizens in eight member states will be able to vote – beginning with Greece this Sunday.
# austerity - Wednesday 17 December, 2014
The banking inquiry’s first public hearings get under way today and questions remain about what happened six years ago.
# austerity - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
It is believed the last time a Budget struggled to be passed was 1991.
# austerity - Wednesday 29 October, 2014
Moves to cut child benefit, unemployment benefit and social assistance were not inevitable, they were choices.
# austerity - Wednesday 15 October, 2014
The Finance Minister undoubtedly thought the best tactic was to make as few changes as possible, but will the Irish people be better off now?