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# licencing - Friday 2 August, 2019

'Our network is under attack': Postmasters warn post offices could close over new TV licence plans

An Post has said TV licence payments represent an “essential income stream” for postmasters.

# licencing - Thursday 30 May, 2019

Opinion: Proposals for the night time economy could boost our town centres

We should overhaul nightlife to tap into emerging consumer trends, writes Richard Guiney, CEO of DublinTown.

# licencing - Tuesday 9 April, 2019

New laws to regulate private security employed to enforce eviction orders

Such operators will in future be subject to training standards and a licencing regime, if the legislation is amended.

# licencing - Thursday 4 April, 2019

Give us the night: It's time to reform our licensing laws - they are straight out of Father Ted

Our licensing laws are a complex, expensive mess. It is stifling creativity and puts as at a disadvantage compared to other EU destinations, writes Sunil Sharpe.

# licencing - Friday 15 September, 2017

Licences to be required to display human bodies amid consent concerns

“Were the bodies obtained with the proper consent and according to the proper standards, which we would expect of practice in this country?”

# licencing - Friday 23 October, 2015

From The42 7 things we learned about football in Ireland from Uefa's latest report Column

7 things we learned about football in Ireland from Uefa's latest report

John O’Sullivan takes a look at the state of the game according to the European governing body’s club licencing benchmark report.

# licencing - Wednesday 23 January, 2013

New computer system to slash €32m a year in red tape for Irish businesses - Varadkar

More than 300,000 Irish businesses and sole traders will see the cost of compliance with transport regulation cut when new computer systems go live later this year, said the Minister.

# licencing - Thursday 27 September, 2012

Temporary cut-price pints are illegal, Department affirms

The Department of Justice says any Arthur’s Day ‘Happy Hour’ promotions are illegal – but it’s up to Gardaí to enforce the ban.