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#eu/imf bailout

# euimf-bailout - Sunday 2 March, 2014

Column: On this day in the year 2020 – the Irish housing crisis

From an imagined post-2020 perspective, barrister and co-founder of New Beginning Vincent P Martin, considers how our current housing crisis might play out in the near future.

# euimf-bailout - Wednesday 11 December, 2013

Taoiseach to make televised address to the country on Sunday night

The address will be broadcast at 9.30pm on Sunday night on RTÉ One television.

# euimf-bailout - Thursday 24 October, 2013

Taoiseach to attend EU Council meeting with migration top of the agenda EU

Taoiseach to attend EU Council meeting with migration top of the agenda

The issue of migration will be discussed by EU leaders following the recent drownings in the Mediterranean.

# euimf-bailout - Monday 17 June, 2013

Video: What the Taoiseach told Obama and 'forgetting the yellow trousers' G8 This post contains videos

Video: What the Taoiseach told Obama and 'forgetting the yellow trousers'

Enda Kenny insisted that Ireland was making positive progress on its EU/IMF bailout amid reports of a scathing assessment from the European Commission on certain reforms.

# euimf-bailout - Sunday 17 March, 2013

Cypriot president: Bank deposits levy the 'least painful option'

“The solution we came to is certainly not the one we wanted, but its the least painful under the circumstances,” president Nicos Anastasiades said in a televised address to Cypriots this evening.

# euimf-bailout - Tuesday 5 March, 2013

EU finance ministers confirm deal to delay Ireland's bailout repayments

Ministers have asked the Troika to come up with a proposal on the best options for extending the maturities of Irish loans.

Deal could delay repayment of Ireland's EU bailout loans

The detail of extended loan repayments on the EU portion of Ireland’s bailout is still to be worked out but could save the State significant amounts of money in the coming years.

# euimf-bailout - Friday 2 December, 2011

Let us know: What would YOU do in the Budget?

Ireland must find savings of €3.8billion next week. How would you do it?

# euimf-bailout - Thursday 29 September, 2011

Government proposes ‘far-reaching transformation’ of public sector pensions

But one trade union has strongly criticised the reforms which it is estimated will save €1.8 billion per year.

# euimf-bailout - Wednesday 3 August, 2011

From The42 'I've lost about a stone in weight - that's my contribution to Ireland's cause' Bailout

'I've lost about a stone in weight - that's my contribution to Ireland's cause'

Irish Examiner sports journalist renews his anti-bondholder protest by launching a seven-day “bread and water” fast.

# euimf-bailout - Friday 17 June, 2011

Taoiseach to meet with president of European Council

Discussions are expected to focus on the agenda for next week’s June European Council summit.

# euimf-bailout - Thursday 16 June, 2011

Government marks first 100 days in office

The Taoiseach and the Tánaiste will hold a joint press conference later today to mark the occasion.

# euimf-bailout - Friday 3 June, 2011

From The42 O'Flynn bitterly disappointed by response to anti-bondholder protest Bailout

O'Flynn bitterly disappointed by response to anti-bondholder protest

“Nothing will shake the Irish people,” says Irish Examiner sports journalist at the end of 153-mile protest run.

# euimf-bailout - Saturday 21 May, 2011

250 language support teachers will be out of a job in September

In a surprise move, the Department of Education has doubled the number of language teachers to be cut. It says the public service recruitment embargo means that the posts must be transferred elsewhere.

# euimf-bailout - Saturday 7 May, 2011

Ireland to get 'reduction on bailout interest rate' but department denies a deal

The department of finance has denied a BBC report that Ireland is to get a bailout interest rate reduction. But the reporter who broke the story stands by it, pointing out that the government denied his original bailout deal story in November 2010.