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Dentists treating most vulnerable failed by Stormont

The British Dental Association (BDA) has lambasted the Northern Ireland government for backtracking on an agreement to modernise the contracts of community dentists, who serve the most vulnerable patients. In March 2016, an overwhelming majority of dentists voted in an […]

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€37 million loan for UCC dental school

Image: Eolann Sheehan, Student Union president UCC, with UCC president Dr Michael Murphy and European Investment Bank vice president Andrew McDowell after they signed a landmark €100 million

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Economic growth will be ‘strong’ in 2016

Economic growth is expected to be strong in 2015 and 2016, with Ireland's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) forecast to grow by approximately 6.7% in 2015 and 4.8% in

dentist, autumn statement, dentistry, budget, government, George Osborne

Autumn Statement 2015: measures in Northern Ireland

How will changes from the Autumn Statement affect dental professionals in Northern Ireland? NASDAL investigates The big surprise in yesterday's Autumn Statement was the abandonment of the previously announced

Identex winner Dr Martina Petrickova (right) with Joe Biesty

Identex prize winner receives €100 M&S voucher

Above: Braemar Finance local area manager Joe Biesty (left) presented prize draw winner Dr Martina Petrickova with €100 worth of Marks and Spencer vouchers Identex 2015 took place last

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Financial help for dentists and their families

Denis Daly explains how the Irish Dental Benevolent Society is there for you and your family when the need arises The Irish Dental Benevolent Society (IDBS) provides financial assistance

New Year, budget, finance, dentistry, practice, schedule, dentists

New Year budget: start with the end in mind

Alun Rees offers advice to those looking to whip their New Year finances into shape The New Year may have barely begun, so it may seem strange to start

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Inheritance tax: what do you need to know?

Richard Gray looks at what the future may hold for dental professionals dealing with inheritance tax The UK and Ireland differ in their treatment of inheritance tax, but both

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