Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: Republic of Ireland

Amendments approved to new Irish gambling bill

Amendments approved irish gambling bill
The Dáil has continued to inch along its glacial path towards meaningful regulation in the Republic of Ireland: with TDs this week formalising prospective amendments to the initial draft of the new Gaming and Lotteries Act.

Co.Cork arcade gains go-ahead despite local resistance

Co.Cork, arcade,
A planned amusement arcade near Cork in the Republic of Ireland will go ahead despite objections raised by locals. Planners have given the go-ahead for Perks Promotions to convert a former pub in Mitchelstown into a site for gaming similar to those it already operates in Cork city and surrounding towns Youghal and Midelton. The authorisation comes despite a concerted effort...

Ireland agrees to retain low tourism VAT rate

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The Republic of Ireland’s legislators have decided to make their temporary nine percent tourism VAT permanent.   The tourism trade in the Republic of Ireland are rejoicing at the news that fears their ‘special’ nine percent VAT rate would be scrapped in the 2018 budget are no longer founded. State officials have now come to an agreement that the lower tax rate,...