Changes to NCT Service

21.06.2021

Introduction of On-Board Diagnostics (OBD), Testing New NCT Manual Escalation of Defects to Fail Dangerous where a combination of deficiencies is recorded From 21 June 2021, several changes to the National Car Test will come into effect. These changes will see Ireland be amongst the first EU Member States to commence the use of On-Board […]

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Higher and postgraduate education in Moscow’s National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”

15.06.2021

In the very heart of Moscow lies one of the top technical Universities in the World. Having celebrated its 100th birthday in 2018, the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS” is the largest University in Moscow city. With Gorky Park beside it, MISIS is only a short hop to Red Square and St. Basils, […]

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Re-opening of in-person driver theory test centres

29.05.2021

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan TD and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton TD have welcomed the gradual re-opening of in-person driver theory test centres after the 7th of June. The Road Safety Authority (RSA) will re-open its full network of 40 test centres with capacity being permitted at 25,000 driver theory tests per month. There […]

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Social Housing

11.05.2021

Richie MacRitchie is an information officer with Welfare Appeals, who provide information and representation on social welfare, housing, employment and other issues.  They hold a weekly clinic with a Russian interpreter every Wednesday morning (currently by zoom).  For details, visit http://www.welfareappeals.ie/index.php/en/russian-info This week Richie will talk about Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) and some of the […]

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Personal Injuries Guidelines

07.05.2021

What are the Personal Injuries Guidelines, what are the main changes and what impact will they have on claimants? Introduction In Ireland, injury or illness that has been caused by someone else’s negligence, may entitle the Injured Party to compensation. This type of relief is common in most jurisdictions with each country having their own […]

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Funding support COVID19

16.04.2021

As the funding supports and schemes available to help SMEs through this Covid period are changing all of the time, below is an updated list of some of the current supports and loans available which includes links to the respective websites / applications, which may be of some assistance when discussing with clients. Also attached […]

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Housing Assistance Payment (HAP)

13.04.2021

Richie MacRitchie is an information officer with Welfare Appeals, who provide information and representation on social welfare, housing, employment and other issues.  They hold a weekly clinic with a Russian interpreter every Wednesday morning (currently by zoom).  For details, visit http://www.welfareappeals.ie/index.php/en/russian-info This week Richie will talk about Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) and some of the […]

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Personal Injuries Guidelines

12.04.2021

What are the Personal Injuries Guidelines, what are the main changes and what impact will they have on claimants? Introduction In Ireland, injury or illness that has been caused by someone else’s negligence, may entitle the Injured Party to compensation. This type of relief is common in most jurisdictions with each country having their own […]

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Weather Warning for Hail Showers

07.04.2021

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is advising drivers to be aware of the dangers posed by hailstones. The advice comes as Met Eireann has forecast wintery showers of hail are expected this coming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Hail is a common but unpredictable occurrence in Ireland and can lead to slippery and dangerous driving conditions. […]

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Benefits of Using a Personal Injury Solicitor

30.03.2021

The benefits of making a personal injury claim * with the assistance of a personal injury * solicitor are: You focus on your recovery If you have been injured in an accident, your first priority is to recover. Attempting to make a personal injury claim * alone, on top of your recovery, can be stressful […]

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