Fianna Fáil has said that people paying management fees should get a discount on their local property tax - because they are paying twice for services like grass cutting, lights and road maintainence.
Some households could be facing an increase of close to €300 in their property tax in 2017, it has been warned.
The Revenue Commissioners have said 95% of eligible homeowners have paid last year's property tax.
It has been confirmed that the Property Tax is to be reviewed, to stop households facing a surge in bills next year.
The Government has confirmed a review of the property tax will take place before the next election.
Revenue Sheriffs have been called in 500 times this year to help collect unpaid property tax, it has emerged.
Five thousand people have been ordered to pay more property tax after they had undervalued their home.
Clare County Council has voted to reduce its local property tax by the maximum 15%.
Finance spokesman Pearse Doherty has said that Sinn Féin will not agree to go into Government unless it can abolish the Property Tax.
Dublin City Council has invited submissions from the public on whether they think the Local Property Tax (LPT) should be varied in Dublin city or not.
The Sinn Féin President says his party will not enter into a Coalition unless its partner vows to abolish the Property Tax.
Homeowners in better-off local authority areas may see their property taxes reduced under the Fine Gael local election manifesto.
Some 80% of the property tax will be kept in local areas from next year.
People selling houses are still eligible to pay the 2014 Local Property Tax.
A mistake in the laws around the property tax has cost the State €3m.
Today is the deadline for people filing their Property Tax return by paper.
Revenue has admitted it made a blunder on payment demands for the property tax - but insisted it was only trying to deliver the best service possible.
Concerns over payment options for the 2014 property tax will be discussed during a special meeting today.
Revenue has extended by a week the deadline by which people who wish to pay their 2014 property tax in one lump sum must inform them by post.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has defended the actions of the Revenue Commissioners in the way they are collecting the Local Property Tax for next year.
Almost one in five people selling their homes say they cannot afford the mortgage on it, according to a recent survey.
The Revenue Commissioners say they are working towards "100% compliance" with the Local Property Tax (LPT).
Some 90% of those eligible to pay Property Tax have now done so.
Revenue has already begun identifying homeowners who have failed to sign up for the controversial Property Tax, the agency has confirmed.
The Revenue Commissioner has said more than 1.52 million households have so far filed Property Tax returns.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny is warning that the Revenue Commissioners will pursue any home owners that do not pay the Property Tax.
Almost a fifth of homeowners eligible to pay the controversial property tax have yet to register on the day of the deadline.
Homeowners who have not yet filed a Local Property Tax (LPT) return are being urged to do so by the deadline of midnight tonight.
Two out of five homeowners plan to dispute the value of their property tax by Revenue, according to a new survey.
Almost 100,000 homeowners rushed to register for the Local Property Tax (LPT) over the bank holiday weekend, it has been reported.
Today is the deadline for receipt of Property Tax returns by post.
Around 24% of home owners have filed their returns for the Local Property Tax, it has emerged.
Revenue is advising people who have not yet posted their Local Property Tax return, to do so today.
Thousands of people are making their way through Dublin this afternoon protesting against the property tax and austerity.
Protesters against the property tax are planning to march outside the meeting of EU Finance Ministers in Dublin Castle this afternoon.
A series of "credit-enhancing events", including the introduction of the property tax, should encourage ratings agency Moody's to improve Ireland's credit rating, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said today.
Anti-property tax campaigners say children who have wrongly received demand letters from the Revenue Commissioners are suffering stress and anxiety.
Sinn Féin would repeal and refund the property tax as a matter of priority if they ever get into Government in the Republic, he party said today.
Almost one third of people in a new survey say they do not intend to pay the property tax.
The Taoiseach has defended the inclusion of thousands of homes in ghost estates on the property tax eligibility list.
It is reported that children have received letters from Revenue demanding payment of the property tax.
Social Protection Minister Joan Burton has today defended the decision to reduce the number of ghost estates that will be exempt from the Property Tax.
Minister for Housing Jan O'Sullivan has said that that the Revenue Commissioners will accept a homeowner's valuation of 'close to zero' if it reflects the true value of a house.
United Left Alliance TD Joan Collins says she would still boycott the property tax, even if she risks losing her Dáil seat over it.
It has emerged that TDs who boycott the property tax will have it deducted from their Dáil salaries.
The Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes is calling for a boycott of the Property Tax forms which are being processed this weekend before they are sent to households around the country.
The Finance Minister Michael Noonan has told the Dáil that homeowners who enter into insolvency arrangements with their banks will be able to defer payment of the new property tax.
The Government is to allow those who enter a personal insolvency arrangement to defer payment of the property tax.
The Taoiseach has said plans by the Revenue Commissioners to take the property tax from people's bank accounts, salaries or welfare would only be a last resort.
Tax collectors are to use GPS-style technology to help work out each household's property tax bill.
The Government has today announced plans for a limited number of concessions from the property tax, in a new amendment to the Finance Bill.
The Taoiseach has confirmed the Government will allow for some hard-pressed householders not to pay the property tax.
New legislation to give effect to the measures announced in last December's Budget will be published today.
Media mogul Silvio Berlusconi is promising Italians if they vote him back into office that he will not only abolish an unpopular tax on primary residences, but refund property taxes Premier Mario Monti's government made them pay in 2012.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said people who invest in their homes by adding extensions may have to pay extra property tax.
The Government has announced plans to allow for the new property tax to be deducted from people's social welfare payments.
The first-time buyers' exemption from the property tax will be available to married couples - even if one spouse already owns a house.
New legislation to give effect to the property tax being introduced next year will be voted on in the Dáil today.
Fianna Fáil has today launched a campaign to oppose the property tax.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has today rejected a proposal from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to set property tax at 0.5%.