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Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien confirmed that Ireland’s eviction ban was set to be lifted on April 23 following the relaxation of Covid-19 5km travel restrictions. O’Brien said that those whose finances had been negatively impacted by Covid-19, however, would still be protected from eviction until July 2021 under the Residential Tenancies Bill 2021. John Mark McCafferty, chief executive of housing charity Threshold, urged the government to reconsider lifting the ban and said most tenants...
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Former London-based investment banker to take over as DCC chair
Mark Breuer, who has served as vice chair of global M&A with JP Morgan, will take up his new role in July with the energy, services and healthcare group
EML Payments halts trade of shares after Central Bank of Ireland raises regulatory concerns
The Fintech halted the trade of its shares on the Australian stock exchange following ‘significant regulatory concerns’ being raised by the Central Bank of Ireland about Prepaid Financial Payments, EML Payment’s Irish subsidiary company
Battle lines drawn over Glanbia cheese plant as legal dispute returns to court
The €150m factory in Belview would be the largest ever foreign direct investment in the Irish dairy sector. But An Taisce, which says it will lead to increased carbon emissions and damage water quality, is trying to stop it