What it says in the papers
€100 million fund will cut costs for developers and speed up infrastructure and community pride highest in Munster
- A private investigator who illegally obtained personal information from an official in the Department of Social Protection and passed it to insurance companies and a bank has been convicted and fined €4,000.
- Ireland's highest level of community pride is in Munster with the lowest in Dublin, with credit unions and churches the most popular community-based groups, while the GAA, fitness activities and voluntary activity in schools also score well.
- One in ten people told...
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