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Top 5 Dublin events: February 22

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 22, 2020

Dublin invites you to discover galleries and street art. Check out some of the weekend events in Dublin, held on February 22 and 23. Walk the city, watch great movies, or listen to Beethoven and O’Flynn. DUBLIN STREET ART WALKING TOUR: With an Artist Discover the street art in Dublin city in a guided tour […]

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TOP 5 Dublin events on February 19

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 19, 2020

Another day of cloudiness and showers is ahead of us. Yet, these five events in Dublin may brighten up our Wednesday. 1. FILM: Water and Power Pat O’Neill combines techniques of collage, time-lapse, and superimposition to depict an ongoing clash between industry and nature in his 1989 documentary Water and Power. This is a deeply […]

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These 10 Irish songs of 2019 should be on your playlist

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 18, 2020

Vote for the Irish Song of 2019 and help your favourite Irish artist win an RTÉ Choice Music Prize. Ireland’s RTÉ Choice Music Prize, an organisation showcasing the best of Irish music, is coming back again to celebrate best songs and albums of 2019. The Irish Album of the Year award is chosen from a […]

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What types of work permits can non-EEA nationals apply for?

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 14, 2020

Moving to Ireland from outside the EU with a view to obtaining work? Here is an overview of the nine work permit types granted in Ireland.  The whole process of getting a job in Ireland is a more difficult and a costlier task for people coming to Ireland from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) […]

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Ireland has found a town with the most romantic people

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 13, 2020

An analysis has revealed in which towns of Ireland the most romantic people reside.   Although Irish people are maybe not considered the most romantic nation, Ireland has discovered a town where the highest number of Cupids live. The e-commerce platform Picodi put together the 22 largest Irish cities and ranked them on the basis […]

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Irish work permit for highly skilled non-EEA nationals a sure thing

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 11, 2020

Non-EEA nationals contribute thousands of euros to Ireland’s treasury by applying for and extending their work permits each year.  Obtaining an Irish work permit by highly skilled non-EEA nationals in Ireland may be something easily accessible provided they studied the right profession. However, the work permit itself is somewhat costly. Ireland, which operates an employment […]

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What does the labour market needs test mean in daily life?

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 11, 2020

The labour market needs test requires employers to have some of their vacancies published for weeks.  Preventing Ireland’s labour market from being flooded with non-EEA nationals, the Irish government has reintroduced a test to survey if the labour market really needs a non-EEA national for some of the advertised vacancies. Today, each employer who is […]

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National minimum wage increased by 30 cent from February

By Peter Dlhopolec / February 11, 2020

The hourly national minimum wage exceeded €10 on February 1.    As in previous years, the government has decided to increase the national minimum wage, this time by 30 cent an hour. From February 1, the national minimum wage will increase to €10.10. This results from strong growth in earnings across the economy in 2019. […]

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