Mon, Apr 6, 2020
We need to consider tax residency rules that are not solely based on 183 days in the country but that also recognise, among other criteria, where you have a home, your nationality, and personal ties to the country as they do for example in the Netherlands.
Thu, Apr 2, 2020
Dublin City Council’s Waste Management Department is looking for feedback on its 2022 Litter Plan. While much good work has been done there is lots more we could be doing to make Dublin a cleaner, more sustainable city (e.g. green & brown bins for apartments, container deposit schemes, more on dog fouling, etc.). If you are interested in making a submission on your own behalf or on behalf of a community group (e.g. resident committees, clean up groups, Tidy Towns, Pride of Place) please feel free to use as much of as little of our submission as you’d like.
Tue, Mar 31, 2020
The dos and don’ts of cocooning during COVID-19
Sun, Mar 29, 2020
Neasa discusses a number of Government options involving the Green Party she would consider at this point
Thu, Mar 26, 2020
The Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme is a welcome development. There have been some concerns from employers about some of the details of the scheme which we've tried to address below.
Fri, Mar 20, 2020
Department of Rural and Community Development has produced a Communications Pack for community and voluntary groups and members of the public who are involved in COVID-19 community efforts.
Thu, Mar 19, 2020
It was announced that Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe had secured agreement from main banks to introduce a range of measures to help those affected by COVID-19 . These measures were to include a payment break up to three months. EBS (owned by AIB) appears not to be offering this payment break option rather offering a 3 months of interest only mortgage repayments. Neasa Hourigan, Green Party Finance Spokesperson, calls on the Minister for Finance to push banks to live up to their mortgage payment breaks commitment