Businesses urged to prepare Brexit plans
27 Sep 2018; posted by editor - Business
Less than half of Irish business that will be impacted by Brexit have an effective plan in place to deal with the transition, according to the latest survey carried out by Behaviour & Attitudes (B&A) on behalf of the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation.Tags: Brexit
Tyrone Guthrie Centre gets €300,000 revamp
14 Aug 2018; posted by editor - Arts
An investment of over €300,000 by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht is funding the development of a number of new facilities at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre workplace and retreat for creative artists.
Casual and Occasional Trading under public scrutiny
14 Aug 2018; posted by editor - General, Business
A public consultation to determine the fitness for purpose of the Casual Trading Act 1995 and the Occasional Trading Act 1979 is underway until 31 October.
Over 150 Irish productions at 2018 Edinburgh Festival
08 Aug 2018; posted by editor - Arts, Entertainment
The largest-ever contingent of Irish artists will be at this year's Edinburgh Festival with Theatre, Literature, Ballet and Contemporary Dance as part of Culture Ireland GB18.Tags: Edinburgh Festival 2018
International Peace Conference set for Tipperary
08 Aug 2018; posted by editor - International
World BEYOND War, in collaboration with Shannonwatch, is organizing a Peace Conference in Cloughjordan Eco-village, Tipperary, on Saturday the 8th of September, to investigate many aspects of war and militarism in relation to international law and conventions.
Irish Film Board becomes Screen Ireland
19 Jun 2018; posted by editor - Arts, Entertainment
As of 18 June, the name of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board has changed to Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland.
Gift vouchers to have 5-year minimum expiry
12 Jun 2018; posted by editor - General
The Government has approved the General Scheme of the Unfair Contract Terms (Gift Vouchers) Bill 2018, which will introduce a minimum expiry date of five years for gift vouchers.
Alarming breaches discovered in the live export of calves trade
21 May 2018; posted by editor - General
Over 100,000 calves have been exported from Ireland so far this year. The majority of these have gone to veal farms in Spain and the Netherlands. The journeys can take over 50 hours. On arrival, the calves are kept in cages too small for them to turn around in, with bare slatted flooring.
IAWM condemns massacre in Gaza and calls for expulsion of Israeli ambassador
16 May 2018; posted by editor - International
The Irish Anti-War Movement has condemned Israel's killing of at least 58 Palestinian protesters at the Gaza border on 14 May and has called on the Irish Government to expel Israel's ambassador from Ireland.
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