asylum seekers in Ireland

Confusion Reigns as ‘Nameless’ Refugees Pose Challenge in Dublin

In Dublin, a crisis unfolds as a group of refugees without proper identification baffles authorities amidst an evacuation due to an impending storm threat. While genuine refugees with valid credentials faced no issues during relocation, those lacking essential documents posed a significant challenge. With no names, addresses, or means of communication, these individuals left rescue … Read more

Vishu Celebration at Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club

Vishu Celebration at Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club: Embracing Kerala Tradition in Dublin

Dublin’s Lucan Sarsfields GAA club is set to host a vibrant Vishu celebration on Sunday, April 14, organized by Satgamaya Satsangh, Ireland’s pioneering Malayali Hindu community. Running from 11 am to 4 pm, this event promises a rich tapestry of Kerala’s cultural heritage, uniting the diaspora in cherished traditions. At the heart of the festivities … Read more

Sheela Palace - Offers

Sheela Palace Unveils Easter Special Family Kits: Dive into Authentic South Indian Delights!

Dubliners, get ready to tantalize your taste buds this Easter with a special treat from Sheela Palace! Celebrate the festive spirit with authentic South Indian flavors brought to you in a sumptuous family kit, perfect for sharing joy with your loved ones. For just €69.99, indulge in a feast fit for four! The family combo … Read more

St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day Delights Ireland with Spirited Celebrations

Dublin – Ireland was awash with jubilation yesterday as the nation came together to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day, a cherished tradition steeped in history and culture. Despite falling on a Sunday this year, the festivities captured the hearts of the Irish people and visitors alike. Honoring St. Patrick, Ireland’s revered patron saint, and the introduction … Read more

Skilled Refugee Program

Skilled Refugee Program Launches in Dublin to Tackle Labor Shortage

Dublin welcomes the arrival of skilled refugees under the Displaced Talent for Europe (DT4E) initiative, aimed at addressing the shortage of skilled workers. The first group, comprising professionals in healthcare, telecommunications, cybersecurity, and IT, has landed in Ireland, with more expected soon. Employers like the HSE and Entegro are among the first to hire from … Read more

World's Coolest Place

Dublin’s Camden Street Quietly Shines on World’s Coolest List

Dublin’s Camden Street has earned itself a prestigious spot on Time Out Magazine’s ‘World’s Coolest Streets’ list, ranking at an impressive 22nd place. Described as an artsy and unassuming locale, Camden Street has captured global attention for its unique charm. Time Out highlighted popular spots along Camden Street including the renowned eateries Bunsen and Mister … Read more

Dublin Man Reported Missing-Ram Rijal

Dublin Man Reported Missing: Public Urged to Assist

Authorities in Tallaght are appealing to the public for help in finding 42-year-old Ram Rijal, who vanished from his residence in Deerpark on March 12. Described as 5ft 7 inches tall, slim, with black hair, his family is deeply worried about his safety. They urge anyone with information to contact Tallaght Garda Station at 01 … Read more

National Transport Authority (NTA)

NTA Reveals Game-Changing Insights in Ireland’s Largest Walking and Cycling Survey

In a groundbreaking move, the National Transport Authority (NTA) has unveiled the results of its monumental survey on walking, wheeling, and cycling across major Irish cities. Conducted in Dublin, Cork, Limerick/Shannon, Waterford, and Galway, the comprehensive walking and cycling index survey provides a panoramic view of the country’s active travel landscape. The survey, accessible at … Read more

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 … Read more

Irish Parents Sacrifice Meals

Growing Crisis: Nearly Half of Irish Parents Sacrifice Meals to Feed Children

In Dublin, Ireland, a distressing trend is emerging as 41% of parents, under the Finagel-led government, are forced to cut or forgo meals to ensure their children receive adequate nutrition, as revealed by a Coin Research survey. The struggle to provide for families is pushing parents to extremes, relying on loans and food banks while … 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

Irish Citizenship

Irish Citizenship Ceremonies Set for February 26th at National Concert Hall, Dublin

In an eagerly anticipated event, the next Irish citizenship ceremonies are scheduled to take place on Monday, 26th February, at the prestigious National Concert Hall in Dublin. Prospective citizens are advised not to contact authorities for confirmation as invitations will be issued in due course. Candidates are reminded to bring identity documents, such as a … Read more

Irish House Prices Show Resilience With 2.3% Yearly Increase; Divergence In Dublin Market

In a recent report from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ireland’s housing market exhibits robustness, marking a 2.3% year-over-year surge in prices. However, Dublin, home to a diverse population, including expatriates, experienced a slight dip of 0.6%. The CSO’s October figures reveal 4,604 houses sold, showcasing a noteworthy 7.2% uptick from the previous year. The … 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