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Irish Central Bank identifies 3,400 more overcharged mortgage customers

DUBLIN Ireland's main banks must compensate another 3,400 mortgage customers they overcharged for years, the Central Bank said on Wednesday, bringing the total of affected borrowers to 37,100.

Irish Central Bank identifies 3,400 more overcharged mortgage customers 10:30am BST

DUBLIN, April 25 Ireland's main banks must compensate another 3,400 mortgage customers they overcharged for years, the Central Bank said on Wednesday, bringing the total of affected borrowers to 37,100.

Rugby - Interim boss Clarke gets head coach role at Ospreys 10:18am BST

Ospreys have appointed Allen Clarke as their head coach on a three-year deal following the former Ireland international's solid run as temporary boss, the Pro14 side have said.

Rugby-Interim boss Clarke gets head coach role at Ospreys 9:32am BST

April 25 Ospreys have appointed Allen Clarke as their head coach on a three-year deal following the former Ireland international's solid run as temporary boss, the Pro14 side have said.

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Ireland expects Apple EU tax appeal to be heard before end of year 24 Apr 2018

DUBLIN An appeal by Apple and Ireland against a European Union ruling for the U.S. firm to pay 13 billion euros (11.37 billion pounds) in disputed taxes is likely to be heard before the end of the year, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Tuesday.

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Ireland expects Apple EU tax appeal to be heard before end of year 24 Apr 2018

DUBLIN An appeal by Apple and Ireland against a European Union ruling for the U.S. firm to pay 13 billion euros ($16 billion) in disputed taxes is likely to be heard before the end of the year, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Tuesday.

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Ireland wins EU OK to tax sugary drinks on health grounds 24 Apr 2018

BRUSSELS Ireland gained EU approval on Tuesday for a tax on sugary drinks after regulators said the levy would help the country tackle health and obesity issues.

Ireland wins EU OK to tax sugary drinks on health grounds 24 Apr 2018

BRUSSELS Ireland gained EU approval on Tuesday for a tax on sugary drinks after regulators said the levy would help the country tackle health and obesity issues.

Ireland wins EU OK to tax sugary drinks on health grounds 24 Apr 2018

BRUSSELS, April 24 Ireland gained EU approval on Tuesday for a tax on sugary drinks after regulators said the levy would help the country tackle health and obesity issues.

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Britain confident in Brexit talks, sees no return to hard Irish border 20 Apr 2018

LONDON/BRUSSELS Britain expressed confidence on Friday that no hard border with Ireland would return following Brexit, but European Union negotiators have dismissed a proposal by Britain on how to ensure goods would flow freely after it quits the EU.

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European powers say nearing plan to save Iran nuclear pact

BEIRUT/BRUSSELS Western envoys said Britain, Germany and France were nearing a package to put to Donald Trump to try and persuade him to save the Iran nuclear agreement, even as Tehran poured more scorn on the U.S. president, dismissing him as a "tradesman".