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# Government

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Help for renters, pension and social welfare increases as 'more room to manoeuvre' in Budget
Public sector pay talks run to 3am but no deal reached
No 'magic money tree' to help with fuel costs, says minister as pump prices jump above €2 a litre
€17 million needed to save Ireland’s most threatened birds says BirdWatch Ireland
Government defeats Dáil turf ban motion by 72 to 63 votes
€12 million package on way to support farmers planting more crops
Tokyo residents warned of potential blackouts as a result of earthquake
One in four people think Ireland should have funded lethal military equipment for Ukraine
Environmental group granted leave to challenge government's agri-food strategy
Are you struggling with the rising cost of living in Ireland? We want to hear your story
New research to examine lives of children in care and adults who were in care as children
Universities body prefers a return to 'normalised grading' for Leaving Cert
Government confirm sporting events to return to full capacity from tomorrow
Taoiseach ‘focused on getting work done’ rather than future role in government
UK to delay post-Brexit checks on goods from Ireland
Extraordinary letter from players shows that the IRFU needs to start listening
Irish government seeks meeting with IRFU after letter from women's players
Government confirms details of reopened PUP scheme as ministers meet hospitality representatives
No more than four households to meet inside homes in coming weeks, public advised
Department clarifies that hotel bars must close at midnight - even for wedding guests
Government rolls back on plan to set up statutory office for Just Transition Commissioner
Government urged to invest portion of sugar and betting tax in physical activity
Higher Education Minister Simon Harris and wife announce birth of baby boy
Explainer: Why are people still talking about the Zappone/Coveney/Varadkar controversy?
Government to ‘engage’ with Electric Picnic festival organisers
Events and hospitality reps welcome new guidelines, but question Government communication
Legal experts call for clarity on relationship between NPHET and government
Government changes URL for site to request Covid recovery cert after spelling error
Taoiseach says 'there's an obligation' on everyone to follow indoor dining rules ahead of Monday's reopening
Expert group to assess rollout of rapid antigen tests in 'various sectors'
Minister claims he was speaking in 'personal' capacity when he called for second opinion on NPHET advice
Tighter travel restrictions on arrivals from Britain into Ireland take immediate effect
The government could help solve the housing crisis if it borrowed several billion euro, says ESRI
NPHET recommends indoor dining and international travel to resume in July
Dáil passes motion condemning Israel’s de facto annexation of Palestinian land
Brendan Ogle: It's time to stop gaslighting the public over income inequality
Brendan Ogle
Cabinet approves Affordable Housing Bill aimed at boosting supply
At a glance: Everything you need to know about the reopening plan announced tonight
Taoiseach announces reopening plan with haircuts, click-and-collect and garden meet-ups back from 10 May
Tánaiste has spoken to gardaí about GP contract leak