House prices report: How much salary you need to buy a house in Ireland?

The cost of owning a home in Ireland is quickly on the rise alongside the cost of the necessities. The latest report found that nationally, housing prices rose 5.3 percent in the second quarter of 2022, 3.4% in Dublin, and 6.1% elsewhere around the country. According to a new report published by property website MyHome, … Read more

Dublin among top 50 most expensive cities to live in

Dublin has been listed in the top 50 most expensive cities in the world for international employees, according to new research. The Irish capital was ranked 49th in the Mercer Cost of Living Survey, ahead of other European cities such as Luxembourg and Rome.  Hong Kong topped the list, followed by the four Swiss cities … Read more

Shreya Ghoshal to perform at live concert in Dublin

Happy news for Indian music lovers in Ireland, Leading playback singer Shreya Ghoshal will perform a live concert in Dublin. The event, dubbed ‘Diwali Damaka’, will take place on October 29 at the Dublin Convention Center, Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay. This is Shreya Ghoshal’s first visit to Dublin. To book tickets visit www.ukeventlife.co.uk.

House prices in Ireland rise by average of 9.5% in a year

House prices in Ireland have risen by an average of 9.5 percent over the last year, according to a report by a property website. The latest sales report from Daft. ie shows that prices increased 3.8 percent on average between March and June, the largest three-month gain in almost two years. The report also showed … Read more

Uniphar U23 5-Nations Tournament: Indian women’s hockey team set to go up against Netherlands in final at Dublin

The Indian Junior Women’s Hockey Team is all set to take on the Netherlands in the final of the Uniphar U23 5 Nations Tournament on Sunday, 26 June 2022, here, at the UCD Dublin, Ireland. The Indian side was unbeaten during the group stage of the competition. The Indian women’s team started their Uniphar U23 … Read more

Dublin man in serious condition after hotel car park shooting

A man has been shot and seriously injured in a shooting in a hotel car park in Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Gardaí are currently at the scene which has been sealed off for technical examination. The incident occurred in the Hilton hotel car park, which is located across the road from Kilmainham Jail in Dublin 8. … Read more

Man suffers serious injuries in Dublin stabbing

Gardaí are investigating a Dublin attack in which a man was stabbed several times in Fairview, yesterday evening. The incident happened shortly after 8 pm on Fairview Avenue Lower in Dublin 3, gardaí said.  The man was taken to the Mater Hospital where his injuries are understood to be non-life threatening. The scene of the … Read more

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Worried About Applying For Irish Citizenship Based On Points- Louis Kennedy Solicitors To Help You

“Confused about how to proceed to apply for citizenship with the new scorecard approach, read on to know how to make the entire process smoother.” The Irish government introduced the scorecard approach in regard to the citizenship application in January 2022. The applicant must ensure 150 points in both residency and identity each year for … Read more

Over 1,500 social homes to be delivered in Dublin, Kildare, Louth, and Wicklow

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, announced a new phase of Local Authority social housing delivery that will see approximately 1,530 new homes delivered across a number of local authorities. Today’s launch builds on a successful Public-Private Partnership social housing pilot programme being delivered by the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) … Read more

Man arrested after €269k in cash seized in Dublin raid targeting crime gang

A man is being interrogated in a Dublin Garda station after he was arrested when gardai seized a total of €269,280 in cash yesterday.  The man, in his 30s, was arrested after gardai carried cried out a search as part of Operation Tara of residential premises in Newcastle, Dublin 22. A residential premise was searched … Read more

First Hindu Temple outside Dublin opened in Athlone

The first Hindu Temple outside Dublin was officially opened in Athlone on Thursday. It is the first Murugan Temple in Ireland and opened for devotees on June 9th for its first service and Maha Kumbabishekam (first-day prayer). More than one hundred people joined the local Hindu community as it celebrated the opening day at the … Read more

Dublin declared an ‘LGBTIQ+ Freedom Zone’ by city council

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL has voted to make Dublin City an LGBTIQ+ Freedom Zone, meaning it has committed to policies promoting and protecting LGBTQI+ rights, as well as explicitly sanctioning structural discrimination mechanisms. It follows the European Parliament’s declaration last year that the EU was to be an LGBTQI+ Freedom Zone. The DCC motion also condemned … Read more

Hiring software Tester in Dublin

Search Talent is delighted to partner with a multinational firm who are leading the way in innovation in the information technology sector. You will work on some of the most important and rewarding projects in the IT sector, helping healthcare organisations increase their productivity. In the Role as a Software Tester, you will work closely … Read more

Indian man accused of killing wife and children in Dublin found dead in prison

An Indian man who was due to stand trial next week for the murder of his Indian wife and two children in south Dublin has been found dead in prison. Sameer Syed was found dead in his cell in the Midlands Prison on Thursday afternoon. Seema Banu, the wife of Sameer Syed, lived in a … Read more

Over 300 jobs announced for major summer recruitment drive

Excel Recruitment has announced over 300 jobs as part of a recruitment drive to work at events taking place this summer. Excel Recruitment said that Dublin will host the bulk of the events, while they are looking to fill positions all over the country. The events will be held at locations right across the country, … Read more