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# Cost of Living

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Volunteers needed for depression helpline amid high demand post-lockdowns
17,000 apply for emergency social welfare payments for food, fuel and clothing in July alone
Taoiseach says he doesn't anticipate fuel rationing in coming months
'She didn't eat for 4 days to feed her baby': Irish foodbanks pushed to the limit
Prices in Ireland are 9.6% higher than this time last year, new figures show
Inflation once again: McDonald's hiking the price of a cheeseburger for first time in 14 years
Flogas announces 8% electricity price increase and 19% gas hike
Almost one in ten people struggled with food poverty in 2021, according to government
Cost-of-living crisis: Inflation hits 9.1% to reach highest level in 38 years
Costs of climate action measures and Slaintecare not properly recorded, committee told
'This is not a crisis for everybody': Protesters blast inaction on cost of living at the Dáil
Children falling into poverty more quickly than rest of population, says charity
EU to slash growth forecast again as high inflation persists
Back to school costs: Parents spending €1,518 on average as Dáil hears calls for more action
Holly Cairns: Government must not forget disabled people in this cost of living crisis
Holly Cairns
School transport fees to be waived for the year as Government announce back-to-school package
'Difficult' to say whether Budget will leave people better off, says Donohoe
'We've no way to buy cheaper uniforms': Parents facing price hikes ahead of new school term
Budget 2023 brought forward by two weeks to 27 September and to comprise €6.7 billion package
High energy prices 'here to stay', says Fine Gael TD Bruton
An economist: Debunking the myths of Ireland’s cost of living crisis
Victor Duggan
Poll: Have you had to cut items from your weekly shop to make ends meet?
Cost of living crisis: SVP says poorer families are on the brink as choices narrow
Price hikes: Electric Ireland to raise gas and electricity for second time in three months
Eamon Ryan 'wouldn't object' to bringing Budget forward to September
Survey places Dublin among most expensive cities for international workers
Pearse Doherty: Workers and families facing the cost of living crisis need an emergency budget
Pearse Doherty TD
Poll: Have you been trying to reduce your fuel consumption?
Poll: When was the last time you had a pay rise?
Government 'can't take risks with economy', says Taoiseach in response to calls for mini budget
Contact Department of Social Protection if you're struggling with bills, says McGrath
Government's 'objective' to cut childcare costs before Christmas - Taoiseach
Taoiseach says cost of living measures can’t be 'chased month to month'
Cost-of-living protests underway across Ireland
Varadkar 'not ruling out' new cost-of-living measures before Budget
Report finds number of households in energy poverty now at highest recorded rate
Cost of living protests planned for Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Sligo on Saturday
Moving income tax credits and bands will improve take-home pay, says Donohoe
Government announces new plans which will save customers €75 on electricity annually
'Not right' pay increases for workers should be gobbled up by tax, USC and PRSI, says Varadkar