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Nursing body hit with €17k Revenue penalties

NMBI found to have breached public procurement guidelines in respect of almost €1 million of contracts

5th March, 2017

The regulatory body for nurses and midwives in Ireland was hit with €17,000 in penalties from the taxman in 2015, its newly filed accounts show.

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) was found to have breached public procurement guidelines in the same year in respect of almost €1 million of contracts.

The regulator was heavily criticised in 2015 when it proposed to boost the annual retention fee for nurses and midwives from €100 to...

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