Day: 23 November 2018

PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT CLAIMS *

23.11.2018

A pedestrian accident is a road collision involving both the person walking and a vehicle. Due to hindered vision and harsher weather conditions, the most likely time for pedestrian accidents to occur is at night and during the winter time when there is reduced sunlight. Pedestrian injuries * can occur for numerous different reasons. Every accident is […]

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Do you or a member of your community have a story about women migrants in Ireland or abroad?

23.11.2018

Join us this weekend at EPIC The Emigration Museum to share your story.   We’re keen to collect new and previously unheard stories of women migrants – whether they be distant relatives whose stories have been passed down from one generation to the next, or contemporary women forging a new path for themselves in Ireland […]

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Irish parents to be given full year off to look after newborns

23.11.2018

Irish parents will be able to take an entire year off to look after their newborn in light of plans to extend parental benefit, it has been reported. Both parents will receive seven weeks of paid leave each by 2021. This combined with existing maternity and paternity entitlements and normal annual leave will give couples […]

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