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The Comptroller and Auditor General report has shown that at the end of last year, the Department of Social Protection had outstading debt of €495 million relating to scheme overpayments to claimants, and a large proportion of debtors are not repaying debts.
The Department of Social Protection has agreed to seek sanction in advance from the Department of Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery and Reform for any future ex gratia payments after a C&AG report found payments made to social welfare branch office managers in 2022 were 'irregular'.
The Health Service Executive was carrying an accumulated deficit of €1.24 billion at the end of 2022, according to today's report from the Comptroller and Auditor General.
Ireland's homes are not energy efficient and fewer than one in five has one of the higher ratings, according to the Comptroller and Auditor General report.
There were just over 60,000 businesses and individuals still availing of Revenue's tax debt warehousing scheme at the end of July of this year, who collectively owed €1.9 billion.
The passport service recorded its longest ever average turnaround times of 40 working days for paper and online first-time applications in 2021.
The Comptroller and Auditor General's annual report has found a number of issues when it examined the property portfolio held by the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine.
New figures in the Comptroller and Auditor General's annual report shows that the total assets in the Ireland-Apple escrow account fell again last year.
Chipmaker Intel has officially opened a new manufacturing facility at its plant in Leixlip, Co Kildare today.
Paper and packaging giant Smurfit Kappa has inaugurated a new purification and wastewater treatment plant in Belgrade in Serbia after a €5m investment.
New research from the Central Bank reveals that newer payment methods such as contactless card payments and digital mobile wallet card payments now account for an increasing share of total card transactions.
Energy solutions specialist Energywise Ireland said it plans to create 100 jobs in Munster over the next two years.
Inflation in the euro zone fell to its lowest level in two years in September, suggesting the European Central Bank's steady diet of interest rate hikes was succeeding in curbing runaway prices albeit at a growing cost for economic growth.
Importing businesses are being warned that they may need to put preparations in place for world's first carbon border tax which comes into effect in its initial phase this weekend.
Moratoriums on disconnections for all domestic electricity and gas customers for the coming winter have been announced by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities today.
If organisations won't create safe, welcoming and positive workplaces, they shouldn't be surprised if employees won't put up with it
Britain has set out plans to ease key banking and insurance rules in the latest attempt to boost its vital financial sector following the country's departure from the European Union.
Nike topped Wall Street estimates for first-quarter profit last night as higher prices of its runners and apparel helped offset a hit from waning demand and persistent cost pressures.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree giving Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo permission to sell or dispose of its assets in Russia, a document posted on a Russian government website showed today.
Oil prices slipped today but were headed for a gain of 2% for the week driven by tight US supply and expectations of strong fuel demand in China during the Golden Week holiday.