# revenue - Today’s News
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# revenue - Wednesday 26 August, 2015
The cigarettes were seized from a Latvian-registered truck at Dublin port.
# revenue - Monday 24 August, 2015
Some people may have been duped into sharing their credit card details.
It was one of three seizures made in the last week.
# revenue - Tuesday 18 August, 2015
The programme has focused on cultural and social aspects of Irish life.
# revenue - Monday 17 August, 2015
The issue relates to the new ‘VAT Moss’ system.
# revenue - Saturday 15 August, 2015
A joint operation between Gardaí and Revenue officials yesterday evening was inspecting the vehicles.
Allowing those who rent their rooms via the sharing website to be tax exempt will simply put more professionals and students on the streets in times of severe rental crisis.
# revenue - Wednesday 5 August, 2015
# revenue - Thursday 30 July, 2015
The only way Facebook is heading is up.
# revenue - Friday 17 July, 2015
John Kelly’s job was to collect the fines from people who hadn’t paid vehicle registration tax.
# revenue - Saturday 11 July, 2015
Dublin’s new mayor, the passing of a Ros na Rún actor and a new political grouping had people talking today.
# revenue - Wednesday 1 July, 2015
The drugs were found in a Lithuanian registered van.
The tablets had an estimated street value of €720,000.
# revenue - Monday 29 June, 2015
Judge Nolan said the businessman was “hard working” but that he had to mark the seriousness of the fraud.
# revenue - Monday 22 June, 2015
The figure represents a five-fold increase on 2013.
# revenue - Thursday 18 June, 2015
Medicines worth over €430,000 were confiscated during the Interpol-led operation.
# revenue - Tuesday 16 June, 2015
The TD had been accused of filing incorrect tax returns in 2003 and 2007.
# revenue - Friday 12 June, 2015
The men are due before the Criminal Courts of Justice.
# revenue - Thursday 11 June, 2015
Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.
Around two thirds of black market cigarettes in Ireland are ‘illicit whites’.
# revenue - Wednesday 10 June, 2015
The largest settlement was for €3 million.
# revenue - Tuesday 9 June, 2015
They were found during a raid on a home in Clare.
# revenue - Sunday 31 May, 2015
Some 31.5 million black market cigarettes have been seized since January.
# revenue - Thursday 28 May, 2015
The cigarettes were seized today as part of two separate operations in Dublin and Tyrone.
# revenue - Monday 18 May, 2015
Exchanges took place last August and in January and February.
Thirty-one oil laundries were detected and closed down.
# revenue - Sunday 17 May, 2015
Part Two of TheJournal.ie’s two-part series on state surveillance in Ireland.
# revenue - Thursday 14 May, 2015
After admitting the the channel’s first months have been somewhat ‘slow’, station chiefs are shaking up its news and current affairs coverage.
# revenue - Tuesday 12 May, 2015
The lorry at Dublin Port was destined for West Africa.
# revenue - Saturday 25 April, 2015
The average amount awarded to banks was €600,000.
# revenue - Tuesday 7 April, 2015
The drugs were concealed in the plane’s cabin.
# revenue - Tuesday 31 March, 2015
No word on whether ‘Don Corleone’ was the Godfather’s brand of choice.
# revenue - Wednesday 25 March, 2015
More than €2.8 million in cocaine and ‘skunk’ cannabis has been seized across the island.
# revenue - Thursday 5 March, 2015
The Revenue Commissioners are investigating if any of this activity was illegal.
# revenue - Saturday 28 February, 2015
Thousands were charged significantly more tax than they should have been this month.
# revenue - Thursday 26 February, 2015
And it’s something that has been troubling it since it was bought by Google in 2006.
# revenue - Tuesday 17 February, 2015
45,000 of us have had the Household Charge taken from our wages or pensions
# revenue - Saturday 7 February, 2015
Plus: How much does it cost to replace the lightbulb at the top of the Spire?
# revenue - Thursday 5 February, 2015
Following Revenue’s decision to tax their earnings, some Irish hosts on the homeshare site admit their situation was ‘too good to be true’