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Ireland More Competitive but also More Expensive

In a ranking of 63 economies by the IMD World Competitiveness Centre (www.imd.org) at Lausanne, Switzerland, Ireland has been rated the sixth most competitive economy for 2019. This makes it the second most competitive in the EU after the Netherlands but with the...

Daft.ie Rental Price Report

The latest Daft.ie Rental Price Report has been published for Q1 2019. Some of the highlights of the report include : The number of homes available to rent has reached its lowest level since 2006. Just 2,700 homes were available to rent nationwide on 1 May this year....

Residential Tenancies Bill

The Residential Tenancies Bill has passed all stages of the Dáil and the Seanad and will and will come into law on July 1st.The new rules are part of legislation to strengthen the protections for tenants. Provisions in the Bill include a requirement that short-term...

Brexit – Common Travel Area

The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney T.D., has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the Common Travel (CTA) where citizens of Britain and Ireland have enjoyed free movement in each other’s countries since 1922, on behalf of...

Irish Citizenship Ceremony

At the latest ceremony to confer Irish citizenship, Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan, congratulated 2,400 new Irish citizens. The new citizens, originally from 90 different countries, join 120,000 others from 180 countries who have been granted certificates of...

Increase in Non-EEA Students

The European Migration Network have released a report on attracting and retaining international higher education students after graduation. The report describes a 45% increase in non-EEA student numbers between 2013 and 2017, from 9,300 to 13,500 students. This makes...

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