Ireland’s MEPs have taken up their seats at the European Parliament, with the first session scheduled for today 1 July.
Stamp 4’s revoked as Justice Dept cracks down on holders spending too much time abroad
Businesspeople in Ireland who are planning to expand their interests abroad have been urged to look at the “massive opportunities” available in Nigeria.
Nigerians at a recent seminar in Blanchardstown on the Personal Insolvency Act 2012 learned how those in financial difficulties could use it as a lifeline.
Ireland has been urged to establish strong partnerships with Nigerian academic institutions as a way of strengthening their capabilities to produce future business leaders.The dean of Lagos Business School pushed for connections to be made at a recent
Many thousands of immigrant degree and diploma-holders have applied to have their foreign qualifications recognised in the State over the past 10 years, it has emerged.A spokesperson for the Qualifications Recognition Service (QRS) said the agency has
The parents of the seven-year-old Roma girl who was taken into care for a number of days in contentious circumstances may sue the State for compensation, Metro Éireann has learned.Our investigations have revealed that the potential case against
Afghans in Ireland are optimistic that their war-torn country will overcome its current security and political challenges posed by the Taliban and the planned withdrawal of western troops.President Hamid Karzai, who was elected in 2001 following the end
The European Parliament Office in Ireland is to work with immigrant groups to encourage the new Irish citizens to participate in next year’s European elections.
“If Irish businesses do not invest in Africa – the fastest growing continent with huge opportunities in the world – someone else will do it.”
A leading immigrant figure in Irish theatre has been named this year’s recipient of the Samuel Beckett Studentship Award for his explorations on humour on stage.
The Nigerian Embassy will collaborate with “well-meaning” Nigerians living here in their efforts to promote investment in Nigeria – and the country’s image in Ireland.
Members of the African community in Ireland have weighed in to criticise U2 singer Bono’s proclamations on Africa.
A flagship citizenship celebration for all new citizens living in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown will be held during the county’s Social Inclusion Week on 12-19 October.
An Post will issue a new set of stamps on 26 September as part of what it describes as its ongoing commitment to cultural diversity.
Nigerian says he wants to help ill brother - but Justice rejects his visa application
Immigrants withdraw from 2014 local election field citing lack of party support, rise in racism.
Revenues from the Government's naturalisation and citizenship fees between January 2009 and December 2012 stood at around €36m, Metro Éireann has learned.