Brexit preparedness: European Commission adopts two contingency proposals to help mitigate impact of “no-deal” Brexit on EU fisheries

Given the continued uncertainty in the UK surrounding the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement, the Commission has today adopted two legislative proposals to help mitigate the significant impact that a “no-deal” Brexit would have on EU fisheries. This is part of the Commission’s ongoing preparedness and contingency work and will help ensure a coordinated EU-wide…

Minister Josepha Madigan Launches Inaugural CULTURE IRELAND GLOBAL IRELAND 2025 CONFERENCE

Over 250 delegates to discuss how best to advance our cultural visibility globally Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan, T.D., will today (24 January) open the inaugural Culture Ireland Global Ireland 2025 Conference in Dublin Castle. The day-long conference – a key part of the Government’s Global Ireland 2025 initiative – brings together more…

Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) publishes Quarter 4 Statistical Report for 2018 Strong Growth in Mortgage Solutions

  Continued strong growth in Personal Insolvency Arrangements   ·         Up 30% compared to last quarter (Q3 2018) ·         Up 41% compared to equivalent quarter in the previous year (Q4 2017) ·         Up 31% on an annual basis (2018 compared to 2017)     Personal Insolvency Arrangements are designed to return debtors to solvency while keeping them in their…

Tánaiste announces 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Programmes

  Ministers will underline Ireland’s commitment to the European Union with a visit to every EU capital Taoiseach to visit Washington DC, Tánaiste to visit Paris, Berlin, the Hague and Brussels, Minister Donohoe to visit London Ministers will visit new diplomatic missions established under the Global Ireland initiative Ministers will emphasise key economic messages, underline…