A new report shows that personal injury awards fell by 9 per cent between 2013 and 2017 while insurance costs skyrocketed by about 70 per cent over a similar period
Aviva Ireland, one of the country’s largest insurers, has dealt with 50 cases of suspected insurance fraud committed by people travelling from Britain in the last three years alone
Winning bidder can compete with operators across country instead of being confined to the 540k premises covered by rural internet scheme
The tax authority conducted more than 16,230 audits over the past three years as well as quizzing thousands more taxpayers on their affairs through less invasive interventions such as interviews
Axa, Allianz and FBD are called before finance committee to give assurances over cutting cover if court awards are reduced
Government claims 81,000 premises would face higher connection charges under Eir’s bid. Telecoms firm maintains number would be closer to 9,000 under its €1 billion proposal.
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The telco may have had a chequered history since it was privatised in 1999. But its claim that it can deliver rural broadband far cheaper than Granahan McCourt is something the government cannot ignore
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Legislation introduced by Shatter in 2013 changed the jurisdictional limits of the district and circuit courts for personal injury cases, despite widespread warnings that doing so could drive up awards and increase premiums
The Economic and Social Research Institute said repeated overruns in the annual health budget had a 'clearly negative impact' on the public finances, but added that the issue had been partly masked by surges in corporation tax
Under the terms of the contract, NBI will be entitled to compensation for 'encroachment' if other operators provide broadband to any of the 540,000 premises, in instances where the department determines it has 'a negative impact on NBI’s business case'
For two years, junior finance minister Michael D’Arcy has been battling to get to grips with Ireland’s spiralling insurance costs. But how much progress has he made?