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Animators angry at lack of clear picture on tax credits

Animators angry at lack of clear picture on tax credits

Animation Ireland is calling on Revenue to clarify the changes made to film tax credits, as uncertainty ‘is jeopardising work in the industry’

Out of the Kingdom, a consolidation kingpin

Out of the Kingdom, a consolidation kingpin

Radio Kerry has proved it can go toe to toe with the big players on home turf – but can it repeat the trick as the new owner of Clare FM?

The Long Stone will rise again

The Long Stone will rise again

Slow-burning billionaire

Slow-burning billionaire

Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth with non-runner, no bet

Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth with non-runner, no bet

Don’t fall asleep at the wheel

Don’t fall asleep at the wheel

A rising market gives us all a false sense of security. But keeping a sharp eye on costs, fees and withholding taxes is essential for investors keen to build a healthy portfolio

Up in the air: the prospects for many European airlines are bleak

Up in the air: the prospects for many European airlines are bleak

Many of Europe’s airlines are continuing to experience turbulence, while their American peers achieve record earnings.

The EU doesn’t make it easy for us to like it

The EU doesn’t make it easy for us to like it

Needless and unjustified proposals on tax only feed the sort of antipathy that brought about Brexit

Turning a President into a soft-toy sensation - for the giggle

Turning a President into a soft-toy sensation - for the giggle

Giving a STABLE home to handmade scarves

Giving a STABLE home to handmade scarves

Irish jeweller has the natural touch

Irish jeweller has the natural touch

“We’ve been criticised for supporting Theresa May’s Brexit deal. But this is a farming organisation, and we’re not going to allow politicians to run it”

“We’ve been criticised for supporting Theresa May’s Brexit deal. But this is a farming organisation, and we’re not going to allow politicians to run it”

Ivor Ferguson, president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union, says that leaving the EU without a deal would spell financial disaster for his 11,500 members

We’re getting close to the stage where the fate of our country could end up being decided by a set of Dungeons and Dragons dice. This explains the EU’s seeming intransigence over its negotiated position, and May’s robotic talking points in parliament last Wednesday. Neither party can deviate very far from the edge of the cliff, because to do so would be ridiculous

We’re getting close to the stage where the fate of our country could end up being decided by a set of Dungeons and Dragons dice. This explains the EU’s seeming intransigence over its negotiated position, and May’s robotic talking points in parliament last Wednesday. Neither party can deviate very far from the edge of the cliff, because to do so would be ridiculous

Blame it on a post-colonial fantasy, but there’s nothing imaginary about the damage Brexit will do to Britain, and to us

Pharmacy sales push price of individual businesses to over €1m

Pharmacy sales push price of individual businesses to over €1m

Iveagh Markets building falls into ruin as legal spat over ownership runs on

Iveagh Markets building falls into ruin as legal spat over ownership runs on