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# newera - Thursday 26 April, 2012

Enda Kenny: We can't guarantee water will not be cut off

Taoiseach says that Government can’t send a message to people that they need not pay water charges. However, decision not yet made on how to tackle amount of water “lost” between production and tap – and who will pay for it.

# newera - Tuesday 17 January, 2012

Column: Selling State assets risks damaging our future for short-term gain

The Government is considering selling key State companies, writes Donal Palcic – but are the returns worth it for what we will lose?

# newera - Friday 18 November, 2011

Budget leaks: State asset sell-off may not yield money for job creation Exclusive

The government has said publicly it wants to use State asset sell-off revenue for job creation but confidential documents paint a different picture.

# newera - Thursday 6 October, 2011

Shane Ross, NTMA chief clash over NewERA appointment

Shane Ross and John Corrigan, the head of the NTMA, exchange harsh words over the management of the NewERA programme.

# newera - Thursday 29 September, 2011

The Daily Fix: Thursday

In tonight’s Fix: the latest from the Race for the Áras; meet the new frontman of INXS; the latest from Libya and why it’s been a good day for Angela Merkel.

Government creates NewERA fund to oversee management of semi-states

A new fund will be created, under the authority of the NTMA, to oversee the state’s ownership of semi-state companies.

# newera - Sunday 17 April, 2011

Water charges could be introduced before meters are fitted

If the State’s finances get any worse then the government could be forced to act early, Pat Rabbitte admits.

Ireland's three main airports could be sold off as part of privatisation plans

The proposals will be part of a plan to generate €2 billion but will test the unity of the coalition government.

# newera - Wednesday 6 April, 2011

Water charges could still be years away, minister says

Junior minister Fergus O’Dowd tells the Dáil that the installation of water meters in every home could take until 2015.