Media Coverage – May 2023

Media Coverage – May 2023

A rite of passage: ‘My first summer job means I won’t be relying on my parents anymore’ – The Irish Times

“Those that go in as shy, young students will come out with an awful lot of confidence, and that is great to see. You have to talk to people and you have to develop your personality. It’s a great way to teach young people about time management, customer service and so on”

Govt could consider waiving some hospitality rates – RTE

“The Government has already committed to waiving the annual €125 per table licence fee for street furniture outside restaurants and bars where food is sold.

However, Adrian Cummins of the Restaurants Association of Ireland has called on the Government to immediately consult with his members.”

Cars To Be Banned From Dublin’s College Green At The End Of May –

“Adrian Cummins, chief executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, said on Morning Ireland: ‘The most important thing is the provisional adequate of public transport in the city, we know that’s not being rolled out fast enough… From a business perspective the biggest issue is communication to business owners. How this is going to operate.'”

Restaurants Association Of Ireland Says VAT Rate Cut For Tourism Sector Must Be Extended Again – Red FM

“The Restaurants Association of Ireland says the VAT rate cut for the tourism sector must be extended again.

It comes as the domestic economy is expected to lose out on more than a billion euro this year due to the Government block-booking hotels for asylum seeker accommodation.”

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