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# Cost of Living

Last year
Analysis: Weekly shop increases aren't driven solely by higher costs - what about company profits?
Victor Duggan
650,000 families to receive an additional €100 per child in benefit payments today
Cost of living: New campaign launched for customers concerned about mortgage repayments
Is Ireland once again a 'Treasure Island' for supermarkets?
Elderly woman forced to use savings for late husband's headstone to pay energy bill, Dáil hears
Petrol prices fall to the lowest since September 2021 but rises expected next month
From energy caps to scrapped TV licence: How nearby countries responded to cost-of-living crisis
Analysis: Corporate profits must also be taken into account when discussing inflation
Oana Peia and Davide Romelli
Government accused of ‘sitting on its hands’ during cost-of-living crisis
Retailers must 'step up to the plate' and reduce grocery prices, Richmond says
GAA Go creating 'invisible barrier' for older fans, says Age Action
GAA Go creating 'invisible barrier' for older fans, says Age Action
Retail summit to discuss concerns over food prices in Ireland
Financial advisor: Another ECB hike has been imposed - what should mortgage holders do?
Kieran McAuliffe
So-called 'supermarket price war' is more like 'phony battle of convenience', Dáil hears
Irish supermarket chains to cut price of own-brand butter
Govt acting like commentators by failing to ensure energy companies pass on savings, says SF
Companies should pass on savings as costs fall, Donohoe says
European Central Bank expected to hike interest rates again as inflation grows
Inflation slows again in April, but only to 6.3%
€200 cost-of-living payment to be given to 1.3 million people this week
Finance Minister 'not ruling out' additional measures to help people deal with cost-of-living
New poll finds over half of British do not want to pay for King Charles coronation
Cost of living: Annual inflation rate down to 7.7% from 2022 high of almost 10%
Analysis: We know of 'shrinkflation' but what role is 'greedflation' playing in our economy?
Victor Duggan
Ryan says windfall tax will help with electricity bills, but fails to commit to more energy credits
Cost-of-living: Annual rate of inflation rises slightly to 8.5%
Sinn Féin TD says rent 'emergency isn't over' as eviction ban set to expire this month
'Harder and harder to make ends meet': Your stories about coping with high energy costs
Varadkar says windfall tax is coming and calls on energy companies to drop their prices
Analysis: Government supports are welcome but will they improve living standards long-term?
Victor Duggan
Excise duty cuts on petrol and diesel to remain for now - but it will increase from June
The government has announced a new cost-of-living package. Here's what's in it
Public warned not to click on scam link claiming to be for 'electricity benefits'
€100 child benefit bonus and €200 lump sum social welfare payment under cost-of-living measures
Govt expected to sign off on cost-of-living package next week following 'good discussion'
Cost-of-living: Annual rate of inflation drops again slightly to 7.8%
Taoiseach: Upcoming cost-of-living package will not be on the scale of a mini-budget
Taoiseach says windfall tax 'well advanced' and will be used to help families and businesses
Upcoming cost-of-living package to contain 'social welfare and pensions' element