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"Le Pastis" is a remarkable newly opened French bistro in the heart of Blackrock village in the South of Dublin whose namesake is the French "Pastis" anise aperitif, that traditionally breaks the ice between dining guests and brings them closer together.
In the past, in order to create a successful business and generate any significant income, you needed either years of hard word, or inhuman commercial abilities and high risk.
Johnny Casey – Irish follower of Boris Grebenshikov following recent gig in Dublin’s Murrays PUB told as his story about Aquarium.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD together with An Tánaiste, Joan Burton TD, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD, and Minister of State for Diaspora Affairs, Jimmy Deenihan TD today (Tuesday) launched Global Irish: Ireland’s Diaspora Policy.
The chairman of the IASC club Giedrius Savickas and two of the IADA executive committee including the chairman Richard Caplice met in Dublin in the past few days to discuss, how best to address the ongoing problem of Illegal taking of fish (All Species) on a National basis.
I am working in a cement factory for the last 7 years and we work there from 7 am until 7pm bending heavy metal for cement products. Last year the factory got a big order and I have been working from 5am sometimes until 9pm assembling and dismantling cement cages. After each day of work I felt a bad pain in my back, shoulder and arms. I was working like that for about 3 months when I took holidays to go home and I went to the doctor. The doctor said that I have very serious problems with my back and advised against heavy work and rehabilitation. Unfortunately, my English is very basic and I never said anything at work about my pain. I also felt lucky I had that job because I needed to send money home. Can anything be done about my injury?
Cairde cordially invites Russian speaking health proffesionals, community activists and all interested in the topic to participate in a consultation-meeting “Wellbeing & mental health care experiences of Russian speaking migrants in Ireland”.
On 13 September, Saturday Ireland’s first Russian-language children’s library was open in Galway. This great event was attended by Mayor of Galway Donal Lyons, Russian Ambassador to Ireland Maxim Peshkov, Julia Subbotina-Mikhalkova, wife of late Sergey Mihkalkov, after which the library is named, Egor Konchalovsky, famous Russian film maker, producer, grandson of late popular poet who was also a playwright, author of three versions of national anthem.