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Retail Forum – Level 5 Update

At the Retail Forum meeting on Wednesday 21 October 2020, in relation to COVID-19 and the Level 5 restrictions, Chambers Ireland were asked to write to members of the Forum ...
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Sawtooth approach to COVID-19 restrictions not sustainable

Following an online meeting of Chambers Ireland and CEOs from across the network yesterday (19th October 2020), Chamber leaders call on Government to ensure rapid delivery of supports for businesses ...
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Dundalk Chamber is Open for Business

Dundalk Chamber will continue to provide a service to its membership and to the general public during Level 5 Covid Restrictions. The office located at Partnership Court Ramparts Rd ( ...
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Notice Of Preparation Of The Draft Louth County Development Plan

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 12 (1) (b) of the Planning and Development Act, 2000 (as amended) that Louth County Council, being the Planning Authority for County Louth, ...
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Expansionary approach to Budget 2021

The theme of the Chambers Ireland Budget submission is “Place” and through it we called on Government to support businesses to trade through the pandemic, by supporting liquidity, local economies ...
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CRO announce extension to 30th September 2020 ARDs

The Companies Registration Office have announced (12th October 2020) that companies that have an annual return date on or after 30th September 2020 now have until 26th February 2021 to ...
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Business community calls for immediate clarification on potential new restrictions

This morning (5 October 2020) Chambers Ireland expresses concern at new advice from the National Public Health Emergency Team that the entire country should move to Level 5. Speaking this ...
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Continuation of Supports Essential to Revival of Economy

Following the publication of the Exchequer Returns for September, Chambers Ireland Friday (2 October) calls on Government to maintain supports for the badly impacted areas of our economy. Ensuring that ...
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Brexit doesn’t affect me!

"Brexit doesn’t affect me." That’s an attitude that many businesses have adopted over the last year, but now is the time to stop and ask yourself some really simple questions ...
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National 5-Level Framework for COVID-19

Ireland is moving from a short-term emergency response approach to a medium-term approach to managing risk and repairing the damage that COVID-19 has inflicted on society. Dublin is at Level ...
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It’s In Our Hands!

Joint Statement on behalf of the Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council, Cllr. Dolores Minogue, Chief Executive of Louth County Council, Joan Martin, Chief Superintendant of An Garda Siochana, Christy Mangan ...
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Chambers Ireland launches new research on digital learning and skills development

Chambers Ireland today (22 September 2020) launches new data on engagement with training and life-long learning between the months of March and June. The survey polled businesses and employees to ...
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Carlingford Ferry Notice of Service Change

Carlingford Lough Ferry has announced today that it plans to operate weekend and holiday period sailings only from Monday 28th September 2020 to Friday 26th March 2021. The company will ...
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New Rates Of Pandemic Payment

As of yesterday (September 17th), the COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment rates change to as follows: Since 29 June 2020, the rate of COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment is linked to your ...
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Calling all Exporters – Do you need a Certificate of Origin?

If you need a Certificate of Origin then contact us in Dundalk Chamber and we can provide this service to you. What is a Certificate of Origin? A Certificate of ...
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Official opening of Louth English

Louth English was established by Caoimhe and Julian Siret. They moved back to Ireland from London where they worked and trained for many years in English language and Examinations at ...
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National Rural Network LEADER Impact Campaign

The National Rural Network (NRN) has recently launched its LEADER Impact Campaign. The purpose of this campaign is to celebrate the impact of the LEADER Programme on rural communities across ...
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Clarity and certainty are what businesses need

Speaking earlier today (15th September 2020) Chambers Ireland Chief Executive, Ian Talbot, said “Chambers Ireland welcomes today’s announcement by government of a medium-term roadmap – something which our network has ...
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Planning approval for North-South Interconnector good news for energy security and climate action

Chambers Ireland yesterday (14th September 2020) welcomed the decision by Northern Ireland Minister Mallon MLA to approve planning permission for the North South Interconnector and acknowledges the importance of this ...
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DkIT and DCU Business Matchmaker Event

This event a wonderful opportunity for companies to meet online with experts at Dublin City University (DCU) and Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) who are actively engaged in research that ...
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