Human rights experts today warned that urgent action is needed to combat increasing racism and especially the extreme racism against Travellers and Roma.
The IAWM today condemned the recent airstrikes by the US, Britain and France on Syria which were ostensibly conducted as a response to the alleged chemical attack on Douma last week.
I want to begin by expressing my shock and sadness at Sunday’s devastating fire in a shopping centre in the Russian city of KEMEROVO, which claimed so many lives.
The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney TD, has welcomed the European Council conclusions on the Salisbury attack in the UK.
Following investigations by the Road Safety Authority (RSA), both Citi Bus Limited and Last Bus Limited of Moorhill House, Brannockstown, Co Kildare trading as Dublin Coach were before Naas District Court for breaches of tachograph and drivers’ hours regulations. Both companies operate a road passenger business.
Dublin Fire Brigade have asked DublinTown to warn businesses to be aware of a scam in which an individual is offering advertising space in a publication they claim they are producing on behalf of Dublin Fire Brigade.
Solidarity TD Mick Barry this morning issued a warning alert that the housing crisis may now be giving rise to shocking overcrowding in some rented accommodation in Cork city.
The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade has welcomed the announcement that the Irish passport is ranked fifth highest in the world, in the Henley Passport Index, and fourth in Arton’s global passport index.