Place: European Economic Area
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Manchester City have avoided a transfer ban despite admitting to breaching regulations relating to the international transfer and registration of under-18 players.
Tue, 13 Aug, 2019
Labour and skills shortages in the agri-food sector are to be eased by the approval of permits for workers coming from outside the European Economic Area.
Fri, 26 Jul, 2019
The number of international degree students coming to Ireland has reached a new high but non-European students are reporting difficulties finding employment and accommodation.
Tue, 21 May, 2019
Tomorrow is the June Bank Holiday Monday and the taste buds of consumers are being tickled countrywide by the new season of fresh Irish strawberries.
Thu, 02 May, 2019
26,000 migrants here ‘have no papers’ and they work for much less than the minimum wage, with no access to social welfare or health care. They are filling labour market gaps and so the Migrant Rights Centre of Ireland wants their status regularised.reports.
Mon, 08 Apr, 2019
The body representing nursing homes is warning policymakers that changes are required to meet the needs of the country’s aging population, and has increased its lobbying of TDs for measures it wants to be implemented.
Mon, 25 Mar, 2019
United Nations human rights officials have strongly criticised the Government’s scheme governing protection and
Mon, 25 Feb, 2019
Dozens of key construction jobs are currently ineligible to non-nationals — despite thousands being needed to meet building demands.
Wed, 30 Jan, 2019
Qudos, which filed for liquidation in Denmark on 27 November, had mostly sold motor insurance policies to Irish customers via agents and brokers, but there were a number of property insurance policies.
Thu, 06 Dec, 2018
One of the key measures the beef industry and Agriculture Minister Michael Creed could carry out now is to spell out the possible consequences of Brexit for beef farmers.
Thu, 04 Oct, 2018
A Supreme Court judgment could have positive implications for the rights of thousands of people from outside the European Economic Area who came here as students before 2011 and stayed on to work.
Tue, 24 Apr, 2018
A man with a rare, painful, and debilitating disease was denied HSE funding for specialist treatment abroad due to shortcomings in the scheme designed to finance such requests, an Ombudsman investigation has found.
Wed, 17 Jan, 2018
The number of trafficking victims detected has risen for the third consecutive year, the latest report on the crime has revealed.
Thu, 04 Jan, 2018
Patients will have to bear the cost of increased administrative fees for medicines in the event of a hard Brexit, a body representing the sector has said.
Thu, 31 Aug, 2017
A furious row has broken out between British Airways and the British Home Office over "dreadful" immigration queues at airports.
Fri, 25 Aug, 2017
The Government is experiencing an “inability” to find accommodation to house people caught up in the mass migration crisis and providing them with the necessary services is emerging as a “very significant issue”.
Fri, 07 Jul, 2017
Governments and civil servants in 27 EU countries now have to waste time on the British problem, when there are many other vital issues to be addressed, writes
Tue, 13 Jun, 2017
Thu, 13 Apr, 2017
The number of people — including children — detected being trafficked into Ireland jumped by 70% in 2015.
Fri, 31 Mar, 2017
Dozens of damages claims brought by Irish hauliers against Europe’s biggest truck manufacturers who allegedly engaged in anti-competitive practices, have come before the High Court.
Wed, 01 Mar, 2017
A 17-year-old whose family has been in the jarvey business for three generations has emerged as the winner of the only horse and carriage hackney licence to be publicly advertised in the town’s recent history.
Sat, 18 Feb, 2017
Thousands of people are using a scam to secure residency for non-EU family members in the UK by creating false "lives" in Ireland, it has been reported.
Tue, 17 Jan, 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May could have accidentally triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which allows member states to leave the EU, according to a legal challenge due to begin in the Irish High Court this month.
Sat, 14 Jan, 2017
A second legal bid could soon be launched in a bid to derail Brexit, this time in the Irish courts.
Sat, 10 Dec, 2016
Mon, 07 Nov, 2016
Even the most benign outcome for Ireland, in which the British strike the softest of Brexit terms with the EU, would be bad news for growth, jobs, and the national finances in Ireland, a new report has found.
Mon, 07 Nov, 2016
The revolutionary zeal surrounding Brexit may burn itself out but one thing is certain: The EU will have the upper hand in negotiations, writes
Tue, 11 Oct, 2016
Banks based in Britain will lose access to EU markets after Brexit unless the country remains in the broader European trading group that includes nations such as Norway, the head of Germany’s Bundesbank warned yesterday.
Tue, 20 Sep, 2016
Irish law offers few protections to victims of trafficking from Ireland or the EU, a solicitor with the Irish Refugee Council has warned.
Sun, 21 Aug, 2016
The vote to leave the EU in the UK referendum last week is likely to have profound economic and political consequences for it, Ireland and the EU.
Tue, 28 Jun, 2016
Greenhouse gas emissions in key trading sectors rose last year, despite falls across the rest of Europe.
Wed, 20 Apr, 2016
A British exit from the EU would be deeply destabilising for Irish agri-food exports, whose value could fall by €150m to €800m annually, says one Teagasc analyst.
Mon, 18 Apr, 2016
Uncertainty over the future of Britain remaining in the EU has big pharmaceutical manufacturers in Ireland, and around the world, worried.
Sat, 12 Mar, 2016
Chelsea’s recruitment of young talent is under scrutiny after it emerged Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore played for their U18s side when aged 16, a breach of Fifa regulations.
Wed, 27 Jan, 2016
A crackdown on sham marriages will help cut the number of women trafficked into Ireland for the ceremonies, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has insisted.
Wed, 19 Aug, 2015
Every day 1,000 people throughout Europe develop tuberculosis, with one expert claiming that multi-drug resistant TB continues to “ravage” the region.
Wed, 18 Mar, 2015
A new credit-card size passport card, valid for travel within the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA), will be available from mid-July at a cost of €35.
Tue, 27 Jan, 2015
A new passport card has been unveiled by the Department of Foreign Affairs which will be accepted for travel within the EU and the European Economic Area.
Mon, 26 Jan, 2015
Jean-Claude Juncker has imposed a radical overhaul at the EU Commission as priorities shift from enlargement and lawmaking to energy and monetary union, reports
Fri, 12 Sep, 2014
Damage done to Ireland’s international image by rogue language schools has forced a clampdown on the foreign student sector, ministers have revealed.
Wed, 03 Sep, 2014
Irish people holidaying in mainland Europe risk being turned away from public hospitals if they do not carry a European Health Insurance Card.
Mon, 04 Aug, 2014
Some English language schools have abused their status to act as fronts for people seeking work in Ireland, Education Minister Ruairi Quinn has warned.
Wed, 21 May, 2014
More than 2,200 people were deported from Ireland or turned back at the country’s sea and airports last year, new figures reveal.
Tue, 07 Jan, 2014