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Creed urges farmers to ‘step away from blockades’ as beef deal stalls 
 
Pickets were lifted by beef farmers at another processing plant on Thursday raising further hopes that the nationwide dispute is edging towards a conclusion. 
HSE spent over €11m on consultancy fees for national children’s hospital group 
 
The Health Service Executive spent more than €11 million on consultancy fees for the National Children’s hospital group last year, and more than €1 million on public relations for the controversial project in recent years. 
Commissioner says gardaí will, however, ‘come and go’ from Stepaside around the clock 
 
Dublin’s Stepaside Garda station will not be open to the public on a 24-7 basis, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris told an Oireachtas committee on Wednesday. 
Parent company of Ouzos, Fish Shack and Kelly and Coopers hit by cash flow problems 
 
The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to a company that operates a restaurant, several cafes and a gastropub in Dublin. 
Working conditions of members ought to be ‘exemplary’ in society, he says 
 
President Michael D Higgins has intervened in a dispute over pay in the Defence Forces, insisting it “should not be too much to expect” that members are paid an income that is sufficient to provide for themselves and their families. 
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