Cork and Kerry

Yellow Wind Warning Issued for Cork and Kerry: Residents Urged to Exercise Caution

The Met Office has issued a yellow wind warning for counties Cork and Kerry, effective from 7pm today (Monday) until 6am tomorrow. Meteorological officials are cautioning residents to be vigilant as strong westerly and south-westerly winds are anticipated, posing a risk of accidents from falling tree branches. Heavy rain, coupled with gusty winds, may lead

EU Talent Pool- Ireland

Ireland Unveils Innovative Approach to Fill Job Gaps: Harnessing EU Talent Pool

In a groundbreaking move, Ireland’s Cabinet, led by Justice Minister Helen McEndy, has approved a proposal to strategically recruit individuals from third-world nations to address job vacancies across various sectors. Leveraging the EU’s Talent Pool website, Minister McEndy’s plan, crafted in collaboration with Enterprise Minister Simon Harris, aims to connect job seekers from third-world, EEA,

Dublin Housing Market

Dublin Housing Market Continues to Surge, Posing Challenges for Prospective Buyers

Dublin, Ireland – House prices in Ireland persist in their upward trajectory, leaving potential homebuyers disappointed. The latest data reveals a 4.4% increase in house prices last year, with Dublin experiencing a 2.7% rise and suburban areas witnessing a substantial 5.7% surge. This expansion into the outskirts is creating hurdles for first-time buyers. December’s Residential

Yellow Rain Warning Issued In Dublin

Yellow Rain Warning Issued for Dublin, Louth, Meath, and Wicklow as Heavy Rainfall Expected to Cause Snowfall and Travel Disruptions

In a precautionary move, the Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning for counties Dublin, Louth, Meath, and Wicklow, effective from 3am today until 3am tomorrow. Experts anticipate intense rainfall in these regions, resulting in icy conditions and subsequent snowfall. The advisory also highlights the potential for localized flooding. Drivers are urged to exercise


Ireland Announces €20 Million Support for UN Palestinian Refugee Agency Amid Funding Crisis

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Micheál Martin, has declared a €20 million aid package for the United Nations Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA) during a news conference in Dublin. The announcement follows a meeting with UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini. UNRWA, facing a funding crisis since Israel’s allegations linking its staff to a Hamas-led attack, has

Cert English Syllabus

Ireland’s 2026 Leaving Cert English Syllabus to Feature Diverse Film Selection

In a groundbreaking move, Ireland’s 2026 Leaving Cert English syllabus will include two recently released movies, “The Banshees of Inisherin” and the unexpected addition of “Barbie.” Alongside these, iconic films like “The Shawshank Redemption” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” will be part of the curriculum. Addressing concerns about the inclusion of “Barbie,” DCU School of

Hijab Awareness Day ireland

Controversy Erupts as Mullingar Catholic School Mandates Hijab for Hijab Awareness Day

In an unexpected move, Loreto College in Mullingar, Westmeath County, faced backlash as the ‘Global Justice Club’ urged all staff and students to don hijabs on Thursday, labeling it as Hijab Awareness Day. The management, seemingly contradicting Catholic traditions, mandated the practice, dismissing it as a non-negotiable requirement. Adding to the surprise, Muslim students were

Vikings Kings Winter Premier League Season -2

Waterford Vikings Kings Triumph in Vikings Winter Premier League Season -2

Waterford – In a thrilling culmination to the Vikings Winter Premier League Season -2, the Waterford Vikings Kings emerged victorious, claiming the coveted title in the All-Ireland top 18-team cricket tournament. The Waterford Vikings Legends displayed commendable prowess, securing the runners-up position in the fiercely competitive league. Individual brilliance shone through as Vikings players dominated