Sunday July 5, 2020

What it says in the papers

Families turn off the water charges tap amid speculation the levy will be abolished

4th March, 2016

- In the paper's Business section, Colm Kelpie reports that its chief executive Bernard Byrne has said that a delay in floating AIB on the public markets to 2017 'would't be an issue'. Its off-lead reports how borrowing costs for teh state have fallen so low it would cost lenders to buy Irish bonds.

- Dragon's Den star Sarah Newman will be debt free within a year after being declared bankrupt in the UK.

- Fine Gael has...

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