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#State funding

# state-funding - Monday 30 December, 2019

Taoiseach: 'We won't ask the taxpayer to bail out the FAI'

Amid debts of around €62 million, the FAI recently asked government for a bailout of €18 million.

# state-funding - Tuesday 17 September, 2019

University chief says current Government funding per student remains 43% below where it was 10 years ago

Jim Miley said that State funding per student remains 43% below where it was 10 years ago.

# state-funding - Wednesday 7 August, 2019

Political parties received €5.9m in State funding last year

Eight political parties qualified for Exchequer funding in 2018.

# state-funding - Tuesday 21 November, 2017

An Post receives €30m loan to save rural post offices and continue five-day service

The funding has been provided to An Post with immediate effect.

# state-funding - Thursday 29 December, 2016

Russborough House is getting thousands in public funding for the first time in years

In recent years the popular tourist attraction, constructed in the mid 1700s and located close to the Blessington Lakes, has faced funding difficulties.

# state-funding - Monday 19 May, 2014

Party leaders received €7.5 million in State funding last year

Six party leaders split the pot, but not evenly.

Political parties received €5.5 million in State funding last year

And here’s how they spent it.

# state-funding - Saturday 8 February, 2014

How Rehab received more than €80 million in State funding last year

Rehab Group CEO Angela Kerins has repeatedly refused to disclose how much she is being paid.

# state-funding - Monday 3 February, 2014

Schools 'cannot be run' on current level of funding

The INTO made the comments after it emerged that eight schools in Ireland received almost €50,000 extra funding from the State in 2012.

# state-funding - Wednesday 22 January, 2014

Here's how the HSE gave €3.4bn to the CRC, Rehab and all other health agencies in 2012

A breakdown of grants distributed by the HSE to over 700 hospitals and health bodies between 2010 and 2012 has been published today.

# state-funding - Wednesday 17 July, 2013

Shatter: Religious orders have a moral and ethical obligation to contribute to Magdalene survivors

The minister said it would not be lawful to remove the religious orders charitable status and there’s no scope to take legal action against those who refuse to contribute to the compensation scheme.

# state-funding - Monday 25 March, 2013

Deputy Mulherin: Website's advice on threesomes is 'far from healthy'

The Fine Gael deputy said that “healthy, well adjusted” young people were not looking to have sex with someone they had no feelings for.

# state-funding - Sunday 24 March, 2013

Youth charity defends advice on threesomes after TD's complaint

SpunOut says the reality is that young people have sex, so it is better to educate them with responsible information.

Poll: Should the HSE fund charities offering sex advice to teens? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the HSE fund charities offering sex advice to teens?

A Fine Gael TD has raised opposition to HSE funding for SpunOut, a youth information charity which offers advice on threesomes.

# state-funding - Tuesday 29 May, 2012

Parties got €12.6m from State and €31k in donations in 2011

The Standards in Public Office Commission has released new data this evening on how much the State gave political parties and how much parties received in disclosed donations.

# state-funding - Sunday 15 May, 2011

Government will review grants for fee-paying schools

Ruairí Quinn made the comments as figures emerged showing that substantial amounts of grant capital funding had been given to some of the country’s wealthiest, fee-paying schools.