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#Revenue Commissioners

# revenue-commissioners - Tuesday 30 August, 2011

Over 400,000 cigarettes seized at Dublin Port

Customs officials from the Revenue Commissioners have seized around 77.5 million cigarettes so far this year.

# revenue-commissioners - Friday 26 August, 2011

Port and airport customs seize nearly €9m in seven years

Revenue data shows that courts have seized €4.85m in criminals’ cash since 2005, while officers have seized €8.9m in that time.

# revenue-commissioners - Wednesday 24 August, 2011

Revenue seizes €22,500 during Dublin Airport searches

Customs officers have seized a combined total of over €0.5 million from airports, ports and other points of state entry and exit so far this year.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 21 July, 2011

Raid on fuel laundering plant uncovers 5,000 litres of toxic waste

The illegal facility hidden in a farm shed was processing up to four million litres of diesel each year.

# revenue-commissioners - Saturday 16 July, 2011

From The Daily Edge Revenue seeking court order to wind up Conrad Gallagher restaurants Revenue

Revenue seeking court order to wind up Conrad Gallagher restaurants

Salon des Saveurs in Dublin and Conrad’s Kitchen in Sligo are both facing winding-up orders at the High Court.

# revenue-commissioners - Wednesday 29 June, 2011

Cannabis worth €1 million seized at Dublin Port

The drugs were hidden in a consignment of chocolate and sweets from Holland.

# revenue-commissioners - Wednesday 15 June, 2011

Revenue brings in €15.5m in three months of tax settlements

78 different settlements with tax defaulters raise €15.56m, with the largest single settlement reaching nearly €1.5m.

# revenue-commissioners - Friday 3 June, 2011

Customs truck carrying fuel laundering evidence hijacked and set alight

Driver took a wrong turn into south Armagh, where the truck was hijacked and subsequently set alight yesterday evening.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 2 June, 2011

The Daily Fix: Thursday Daily Fix This post contains a poll This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Thursday

Today’s Fix: a round-up of the day’s main news, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.

In photos: Customs officials uncover fuel laundering plant in Co Monaghan Co Monaghan This post contains images

In photos: Customs officials uncover fuel laundering plant in Co Monaghan

Almost 40,000 litres of laundered fuel were found by customs officers and armed gardaí at the large plant in Castleblayney.

# revenue-commissioners - Monday 16 May, 2011

Burton sets sights on policing hidden economy sector

The Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton said there would be “concerted and active policing of the hidden economy sector.”

# revenue-commissioners - Wednesday 20 April, 2011

The Daily Fix: Wednesday

Anglo Irish Bank scrabble; insurance policy fine print; US air traffic controllers hit the headlines again; and the devastating power of tornadoes. It’s all in today’s Daily Fix.

Courts award Revenue €145m in unpaid taxes over two years

Revenue Commissioners were involved in almost 5,000 court judgments in 2009 and 2010.

# revenue-commissioners - Tuesday 22 March, 2011

Customs office in cannabis seizure in Galway

Drugs with a street value of around €250,000 are seized in Galway, with two people arrested.

# revenue-commissioners - Friday 11 March, 2011

Customs seize seven million cigarettes in Louth.

The cigarettes were seized along with an articulated truck in Co Louth earlier this week.

# revenue-commissioners - Wednesday 9 March, 2011

Revenue audit and investigations yields taxes and penalties of over €100m

A concrete manufacturing firm made a settlement of over €7.5m as those who avoided tax were named and shamed by the Revenue Commissioners yesterday.

# revenue-commissioners - Monday 28 February, 2011

Aer Lingus ends slump as profits hit €30m

The flag-carrying airline reports its first profit in several years, with pre-tax profits hitting €30.4m for 2010.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 24 February, 2011

Aer Lingus to pay €32.5million to settle negotiations

Company says it is “deeply disappointed and frustrated” over settlement.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 6 January, 2011

# revenue-commissioners - Friday 3 December, 2010

Two tax defaulters pay out more than €3m to Revenue

Revenue Commissioners take in a total of almost €13m in three months from tax defaulters.

# revenue-commissioners - Sunday 7 November, 2010

Revenue uses Google Earth to check up on tax evaders

Internet site could be very useful tool for Revenue Commissioners in their search for evidence of undeclared wealth.

# revenue-commissioners - Friday 22 October, 2010

CUSTOMS OFFICERS HAVE uncovered an oil laundering plant near Portarlington, Co Laois. A statement from Customs said that 26,500 litres of laundered fuel worth an estimated €30k was seized. It said the plant had the capacity to launder around 100,000 litres per week. Two people have been questioned and a file is being prepared for the DPP.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 7 October, 2010

Aer Lingus staff may have to refund money to Revenue

The Revenue Commissioners have questioned a scheme which saw workers leave on redundancy packages only to be rehired weeks later – albeit on lower wages.

# revenue-commissioners - Thursday 15 July, 2010

A RANDOM CHECK of 100 taxi drivers in Galway one night showed that 20% were not tax compliant. Speaking to the Oireachtas transport committee yesterday, Norman Gillanders, assistant secretary of the Revenue Commissioners said the check reflected other checks carried out in other parts of Ireland.

Mr Gillanders said “we’ve done these checkpoints all around the country” and “when the checkpoints appear certainly the taxi traffic thins out quickly”.

Frank Fahey, chairman of the committee said: ““I think the fact that so many people disappear when such an exercise takes place, does prove the point that has been made time and again, by legitimate full-time taxi operators . . . and it will certainly help to keep the cowboys out of the business.”

Yesterday, Taxi Regulator Kathleen Doyle announced a four-week public consultation process to review taxi fares. The public can make submissions online and the outcomes will be announced in September.

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