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The Minister for Overseas Development and Diaspora, Colm Brophy TD, will chair a major European conference on the promotion of sustainability and global justice at Dublin Castle on Thursday and Friday of this week (November 3rd and 4th).

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has today received Cabinet approval to establish a dedicated Planning and Environment division of the High Court.

The Minister for Education Norma Foley TD has today welcomed the decision to align bereavement leave for staff in the education sector with those in other areas of the public sector

An Exchequer surplus of €7.3 billion was recorded in the year to end-October 2022.

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, today received a Progress Report from the Chair of the Food Vision Beef and Sheep Group, Professor Thia Hennessy. The Minister thanked the Chair and the group for their work thus far.

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath TD today announced that the Government has approved the drafting of a new Statute Law Revision Bill to simplify and improve accessibility of legislation in Ireland and has reaffirmed its commitment to a programme of modernising the statute book.

The Minister for Defence and Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Simon Coveney, TD announced today that he has secured an interim arrangement which will allow for the continuance in service of Sergeants in the Permanent Defence Force who were due to be retired on age grounds at the end of this year, to allow those Sergeants serve beyond their current service limits.

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, and the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, have today announced the publication of Draft Residential Zoned Land Tax Maps by local authorities as part of the implementation of the Residential Zoned Land Tax (RZLT).

The Department of Education can confirm that as of 1 November, 12,544 Ukrainian pupils have been enrolled in schools across Ireland. Out of that figure, 7,948 of these pupils have been accommodated in primary schools while 4,596 pupils have enrolled in post-primary schools.