Permanent Visa For Parents

Do You Want Permanent Visas For Your Parents – Sign This Petition For Bringing This Change To Permanent Visa

Do you wish to have your parents with you in Ireland on a permanent visa for at least 2 years with a shorter waiting period during visa applications and reasonable financial conditions? Then sign this petition here on The petition has been started by Jithin Ram (Local Electoral Area Rep) LEA, of Green Party … Read more

Louis Kennedy Solicitors

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

Dublin City Council Launches Free Public Wi-Fi System

“Following successful trials, Dublin city to have a new free public Wi-Fi system.” The successful trial which was initiated by Dublin City Council’s ‘Smart Dublin’ program, was supported by the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) and Virgin Media. It also involved participation from CommScope. “OpenRoaming” was initially tested out at Barnardo Square, Dame Street, and Dublin … Read more

Markets Around Dublin City In 2022

Dublin City Council is hosting a wide variety of markets all around the city. These markets are held in various parks across Dublin. These markets contain everything from fresh produce to food, arts and crafts, antiques, and books. List Of Markets Fridays Royal Canal Bank, Phibsborough Saturdays Red Stables Market, St. Anne’s Park Bushy Park … Read more

Kick-Off The Summer Fun At Richmond Barracks May Fair

Richmond Barracks to host the first of 4 seasonal & themed fairs this weekend.  Dublin City Council Culture Company and Dublin South City Partnership with Kilmainham Inchicore Network bringing to you May’s Sustainable Summer Fair. “This Summer fair is centered around the theme of upcycling, recycling, and reusing. This will be the first in a series of … Read more

International Literature Festival Dublin-Celebrating The Silver Anniversary

“Registrations open for Ireland’s leading literary event-International Literature Festival Dublin.” International Literature Festival Dublin is Ireland’s leading literary event. This Literature Festival is an event to celebrate stories. Venue Merrion Square Park is the venue where International Literature Festival Dublin is being held. This event which started on 19 May 2022 will be held until … Read more

Dublin City Council Launches New Friday Market At Phibsborough

“Dublin City Council has launched a new outdoor market in Phibsborough.” This outdoor market with food and groceries will be taking place every Friday from 11.30 am to 6.30 pm. In order to get fresh produce, microgreens, cheese, and many such wonderful items you just need to visit this market located at Royal Canal Bank … Read more

Green Till

Green Till- The Innovative Technology With Digital Receipts

“Go paperless. The  innovative technology Green Till offers digital receipts to ease environmental concerns as well as the weight in our wallets.” An innovative design to completely change the idea of paper receipts into digital has been introduced by 3 engineers with the app Green Till. This design is a great service to the environment … Read more

Social Space Ireland Introduces Public Speaking Workshops For Children

Social Space Ireland is introducing public speaking classes for children between 12 to 16 years. Social Space Ireland, in partnership with Dun Laoghaire County Council community integration, is organizing public speaking workshops for children between 12 to 16 years. The classes will be held at St Laurence Parish Hall, Stillorgan on Fridays from 05:30 pm … Read more

Dublin City Council Introduces The First Bottle Filling Station In The City

Dublin City Council (DCC) has introduced the first bottle filling station in Dublin city. The Dublin City Council has introduced the first bottle filling station on Clarendon Row in Dublin. This is one of the many changes planned for Clarendon Row as was previously mentioned in Dublin InQuirer. Marie Gavin, a senior executive engineer, talked … Read more