Ryanair Cancels Summer Flights

Ryanair Cancels Summer Flights Amidst Boeing 737 Max 8200 Delivery Delays

In a recent announcement, Ryanair revealed its decision to cancel numerous summer flights due to delays in the delivery of Boeing 737 Max 8200 aircraft. The airline stated that only 40 out of the initially planned 57 aircraft will be available by the end of June. Consequently, Ryanair will be compelled to make minor schedule … Read more

Arijit Mukherjee

Tragic Loss: Arijit Mukherjee’s Funeral Service Today in Dublin

Portlaoise resident Arijit Mukherjee’s untimely demise has left the community in shock. The 28-year-old, who was scheduled to fly to Kolkata, India, passed away yesterday. Survived by his wife and a 6-year-old daughter, the funeral service is set for today, 28th Feb 2024, at New lands Cross Cemetery and Crematorium in Dublin. The service will … Read more

Controversy Erupts Over Ireland’s Handling of Refugees Amidst Growing Right-wing Criticism

Dublin is facing scrutiny as accusations rise over Ireland’s alleged acceptance of refugees without a clear legal framework. The Varadkar government is accused of offering unprecedented benefits to refugees, particularly those arriving from Ukraine. Critics, notably right-wing groups, claim that many Ukrainian arrivals may not be genuine natives. Concerns intensify at Dublin Airport, where a … Read more

Irish Muslim Scholar

Prominent Irish Muslim Scholar Attacked in Dublin: Gardaí Launch Investigation

In a shocking incident, Sheikh Dr. Umar al-Qadri, the founder and head of the Irish Muslim Council, fell victim to a suspected hate crime in Tallaght, Dublin. The attack occurred on Thursday evening during his visit for a meeting, leading to injuries on his left cheek and front teeth. The scholar, who has been residing … Read more

Sligo Indian Association

New Leadership Takes the Helm at Indian Association Sligo: Anirban Banja Assumes Presidency

In a recent development, the Indian Association Sligo is set to embark on its 18th year with a fresh leadership team. Anirban Banja has been elected as the new President, with Harini Vallabhaneni as Secretary and Monsi Varghese as Treasurer. Albert Kuriakos will continue to serve as the Public Relations Officer. Diaz Xavier will take … Read more

first Indian-origin notary public

Historic Milestone: First Indian-Origin Solicitor in Ireland Ascends to Notary Public Status

Historic Milestone: First Indian-Origin Solicitor in Ireland Ascends to Notary Public Status Jaya Jayadev, Ireland’s trailblazing Malayali solicitor, has secured yet another historic milestone by becoming the nation’s first Indian-born notary public. With this monumental achievement, Jaya solidifies her status as a pioneering figure in Ireland’s legal arena, breaking barriers and reshaping the landscape of … Read more

Sheela Palace Restaurant in Lucan

A Feast for €10.99: Indulge in Sheela Palace’s Irresistible Breakfast Buffet Delights!

In a gastronomic extravaganza, Sheela Palace Indian Restaurant in Lucan beckons the residents of Ireland to savor a delectable Breakfast Buffet at an unbeatable price of €10.99. Available every Friday to Sunday from 9 am to 12 pm, this culinary delight promises a symphony of flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. Nestled in the … Read more

Whatsapp Age Limit

WhatsApp Lowers Age Limit to 13 in Europe, Updates Policies in Compliance with EU Regulations

In a recent development, messaging giant WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is set to lower its minimum age requirement across Europe, including Ireland, from 16 to 13. This change aims to establish a consistent global minimum age for users. The adjustment aligns with the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA), two new … Read more

Homeless in Ireland

UN Urges Ireland to Address Homelessness Crisis Among Asylum Seekers

In a scathing report, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has accused the Irish government of neglecting the housing crisis faced by asylum seekers, particularly in emergency accommodation centers. The UN agency is set to conduct a committee meeting today to discuss Ireland’s alleged non-compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and … Read more

Child Benefits in Ireland

Irish Government Expands Child Benefits to Aid Financially Struggling Families of 18-Year-Old Students with Disabilities

In a move aimed at alleviating the financial burden on families with 18-year-old students with disabilities, the Irish government has approved the extension of child benefit benefits. Effective May 1, this support will be granted to students pursuing full-time education. The monthly child benefit, set at 140 euros, is anticipated to benefit approximately 60,000 families, … Read more

Dublin Housing Crisis Receives Boost As 2,906 New Homes Approved Across Multiple Locations

In a significant development aimed at alleviating Dublin’s ongoing housing crisis, the Approved Housing Body (AHB) Respond has received approval to construct 2,906 homes in various strategic locations. Charlestown and Tallaght will witness the construction of 1,000 homes, with 590 in Charlestown, 502 in Tallaght, 318 in Clonburris, and 397 in Donaghmede. A key aspect … Read more

Dangerous Fleece Alert: River Island Recalls Quilted Snowsuits For Infants

As winter sets in, concerns arise over a potential hazard lurking in some snowsuits for children. The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has mandated the recall of River Island’s baby girls’ pink peplum quilted snowsuit (product code: 458873) and baby boys’ blue quilted snowsuit (product code: 458872). The silver-colored fabric on these garments poses … Read more

Major Drug Bust Unveils €4 Million Smuggling Operation At Rosslare Harbour

In a significant crackdown on illicit activities, authorities at Rosslare Harbour in Wexford intercepted a massive drug shipment worth €4 million. The breakthrough occurred during a routine inspection of cargo arriving on a ferry from France. Revenue officers, vigilant in their duties, unearthed a substantial quantity of drugs cleverly concealed within the cargo. Wexford Garda … Read more

Surge In Dog Bite Injuries Spurs Calls For National Action On Animal Welfare

In a concerning trend, the number of people requiring hospital treatment for dog bite injuries has surged by 50% since 2012, according to a study published in the Irish Medical Journal. Between 2012 and 2022, 3,158 individuals were admitted for treatment following a dog attack. The majority suffered open wounds, with 24% sustaining facial injuries. … Read more