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Tánaiste Leo Varadkar TD has launched a new service with education and employment supports for refugees, those seeking asylum and migrants, and for employers building inclusive cultures.
Census field staff and enumerators have all worked extremely hard to ensure a successful census. The CSO would like to extend its appreciation of their efforts and thank them and the public for their support of and participation in the census.
The 20% reduction in public transport fares that came into effect Monday only applies to subsidised public transport, which means that City Direct buses which service the west side of the city to Knocknacarra, Salthill, and Bearna.
The possible use of the former secondary school, St Aloysius College, as a hub for Ukraine nationals arriving into Athlone has been mooted by Deputy Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke.
The recent Claire Byrne Live special, in which audience members were invited to put their furrowed brows on display, and share with the nation their hesitations about voting Sinn Féin, was, you can be sure, the opening salvo in what will be a relentless attempt by the media to shore up support for Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Greens.
Calls are being made for the introduction of a small tax on Ireland’s super-wealthy - a move which could raise billions for the housing, health, and education sectors.
The Central Statistics Office (CSO) needs to hire 168 Census Enumerators to deliver and collect census forms to and from every home in Mayo next year.
Some weeks ago, Insider wrote an article championing the positives of life in Ireland today, and while he thinks it is correct to have an optimistic outlook on life in general, perhaps sometimes we can let optimism cloud certain material realities.
Local Fine Gael Minister for Planning and Local Government, Deputy Peter Burke has welcomed Budget 2022, and highlights measures in his own Department as well as Social Welfare and Finance as key outcomes for the people of Westmeath.
SIPTU economist, Michael Taft, has criticised government plans to achieve a balanced budget by 2024 as ‘premature, unnecessary and potentially damaging’ to the economy.