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# budget - Thursday 17 August, 2017

Some children wait up to 12 years for first dental screening

The Irish Dental Association says 150 more dentists are needed.

# budget - Wednesday 16 August, 2017

'The government have put their funding into mental health campaigns rather than services'

If we’re going to ask people to talk up, then we must have people to listen, writes Una Power.

# budget - Monday 7 August, 2017

Alice Mary Higgins: 'Budget 2018 must be gender and equality proofed'

Statistics show that Ireland has one of the highest levels of income inequality in the OECD before redistribution through tax and social transfers, writes Senator Alice Mary Higgins.

# budget - Thursday 3 August, 2017

'This is not acceptable': Nearly 2,000 new staff needed in mental health services

The figures were released to Fianna Fáil’s James Browne, after a parliamentary question to the Minister for Health.

# budget - Monday 24 July, 2017

Noonan's former right-hand man says government should consider raising retirement age

The former Secretary General of the Department of Finance said the focus should shift from tax cuts to reducing the cost of living.

# budget - Saturday 15 July, 2017

No plans to legislate against loophole that allowed 200 people to try avoid paying €500 million in tax

The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told the Dáil that there are no plans to legislate as the case was dealt with successfully.

# budget - Friday 14 July, 2017

Donohoe defends his share-holdings in drinks company Diageo

Three ministers were asked about their share-holdings during a press conference today.

# budget - Friday 7 July, 2017

'Everyone in Ireland deserves to have a good death'

The Irish Hospice Foundation has said investing in bereavement services and end-of-life care will benefit society as a whole.

# budget - Thursday 22 June, 2017

A 'hard Brexit' could hit Ireland's budget to the tune €500 million over three years

The ESRI has sounded a warning over the impact on the economy.

# budget - Sunday 29 January, 2017

Filling your car is becoming very, very expensive - here's why

A combination of factors have seen the cost of running a vehicle jump by €18 a month in the last year.

# budget - Sunday 8 January, 2017

Booze, petrol, cigs: This is how much an extra 10 cent on our 'luxuries' would bring in Money Money Money This post contains a poll

Booze, petrol, cigs: This is how much an extra 10 cent on our 'luxuries' would bring in

An increase of a couple of cent could mean big bucks to the State coffers.

# budget - Thursday 5 January, 2017

More than 500 people have already applied for the new first-time buyers scheme

The Help-To-Buy scheme opened for applications on Tuesday.

# budget - Saturday 24 December, 2016

Abortion, Syria and autograph requests - a look through the Taoiseach's post

Some people love him and some people don’t.

# budget - Wednesday 14 December, 2016

Budget 2017 provided greatest gains to those on lowest incomes - ESRI

The family types with the largest gains are “non-earning lone parents and unemployed couples” according to the ESRI

# budget - Thursday 1 December, 2016

Ryanair launches new package holiday service

The low-cost carrier has launched ‘Ryanair Holidays’ in Ireland, the UK and Germany.

# budget - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

Fiscal watchdog warns of "loss of momentum" of economic growth

A new report said increased spending would have to be offset by raising taxes.

# budget - Sunday 27 November, 2016

Rio police rely on toilet paper donations due to cuts in funding

Severe budget shortfalls have left police scrounging for equipment, fuel and even the most basic hygiene items.

# budget - Sunday 23 October, 2016

FactCheck: Does the Budget give four times more to "sheep welfare" than home childcare?

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan made the remarkable claim in the Dáil this week. Is it true?

# budget - Friday 21 October, 2016

Outrage as Government accused of U-turn on mental health budget commitment

Mental Health Reform, the Psychiatric Nurses Association and Fianna Fáil have all hit out this evening.

# budget - Thursday 20 October, 2016

Varadkar confirms details around this year's welfare Christmas bonus

Some 1.2 million people will receive the extra money.

Coveney: Change to first-time-buyer scheme is 'sensible' but €600k threshold remains

The government has been forced to change one of its key budget proposals on foot of concerns raised by the Central Bank.

# budget - Monday 17 October, 2016

Almost 90% of people think politicians should forgo their pay increase

TDs are set to see their wages restored by €2,700 in April and another €2,700 in January.

Giving parents a tax credit for childcare would have cost nearly €600m

Finance Minister Michael Noonan said providing tax credits for paid child care would fail an equity test.

# budget - Thursday 13 October, 2016

Online searches for new homes surge after Budget announcement

Interest in new homes was greatest in the Dublin area, along with the Dublin commuter counties, said one property website.

# budget - Wednesday 12 October, 2016

'A pint for everyone': How the front pages are covering the Budget

There are very few puns.

"I won't refer to your inexperience...": Noonan channels Reagan after Doherty raises age in TV debate

The Sinn Féin TD raised the Finance Minister’s age during a row in a panel debate on the Budget.

The 'fiver Friday Budget': The fingerprints of a lot of politicians were all over yesterday

Politicians from multiple parties have been taking credit for yesterday’s Budget.

Reaction: 'Populist' Budget 'utterly fails' to improve lives of disabled people

An increase in payments from the Government of €20 “wouldn’t burn a hole in their pockets for long,” one campaigner said.

# budget - Tuesday 11 October, 2016

"What Bertie Ahern would have done..." - Here's who said what on Budget Day

“Not at all Brexit-proof,” one lobby group leader said. “Shite,” said one (unnamed) TD.

Budget 2017: 'The budget has failed to deliver for small businesses'

Capital gains tax is largely unchanged and there will be no movement on company share schemes yet.

What Budget 2017 means for someone earning around €40,000

What does the budget mean for you?

Here are the winners and losers in Budget 2017

Here’s who got something and who will feel like they lost.

What Budget 2017 means for someone earning around €100,000

Has it been a good or bad day for you?

Here's how the Budget will affect first-time home-buyers

The tax break for first-time buyers, as expected, will apply to new builds only.

From The Daily Edge 14 words and phrases as Gaeilge to get you through budget day Giving Up The Fags

Budget 2017: Here are the main points you need to know

A €1.3 billion package of tax cuts and public spending was announced this afternoon.

Here's everything you need to know to stay on top of Budget 2017

When does it start? How can I watch it? For that matter – what will be in it?

# budget - Monday 10 October, 2016

Find out how Budget 2017 will affect you with TheJournal.ie’s calculator

How much more (or less) will you be taking home?

Poll: Are you optimistic about the Budget? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you optimistic about the Budget?

After much speculation, tomorrow is D-Day.

# budget - Sunday 9 October, 2016

'We save the country billions but are held to ransom for having a good heart'

Over 200,000 family carers in Ireland currently deliver nearly €4 billion worth of care annually.

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