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Irish dental patients have been told to ‘do their homework’ before traveling abroad for cheaper treatment. It comes as distant dental tourism destinations announce they are open for business again. A number of dental clinics across Europe have seen an increase in bookings from Irish clients since the lifting of Covid-19 travel restrictions. Most dental …

Wealthy South Africans looking to hedge against a volatile economy, weak currency and lack of global mobility are opting for a number of residency or citizenship-by-investment programs in Europe. Andrew Rissik, Managing Director of Forex and Investment Migration at Sable International, offers three programs that meet the needs of most South Africans seeking second residency …

Updated 1 hour ago THE GOVERNMENT yesterday announced a new scheme to make it easier and cheaper for homes to become more energy efficient. The modernization measures covered by the plan can help make bills more affordable in the long run, but they can usually be very expensive in terms of upfront costs. Let’s take …

Pictured (L-R): Natalie Hayes and Neil Mulholland of Elliott Duffy Garrett and Gareth McGleenon, Deputy Managing Director of Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke Belfast-based Elliott Duffy Garrett (EDG) has pledged his support for the new ‘Will You?’ from Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke (NICHS). fundraising campaign for its long revolutionary Covid recovery service. …

Michelle Jay ran an event business, but when the pandemic ended the gatherings, she decided to fulfill a long-held dream of opening her own bookstore. The reading tree started in May 2020 online only, but in April 2021, when lockdown restrictions eased, Jay opened up to the public. “The response from the local community has …

After one of the best years on record for real estate investment transactions, agents are adopting a positive outlook for 2022, with some believing it could approach the record high of € 5 billion in transactions seen in 2021. These factors will be the availability of properties for sale as well as keeping interest rates …

A The New Year’s Honors bus driver for over 40 years of service to his local community said the award “won’t change it.” Cornel Grant, currently based at Sharston Depot in Manchester, received a British Empire Medal (BEM) for his fundraising work and efforts in organizing local events. The 68-year-old served in the Royal Fusiliers …

Ireland’s CameraMatics vehicle safety platform is set to become the country’s next unicorn. he London-listed company, with offices in Ireland, UK and US, has successfully raised an additional € 3.9 million from existing investors – Sure Valley Ventures, Puma Private Equity and Enterprise Ireland – after having more than doubled its valuation this year. The …

UK house prices rose at the fastest rate in 15 years in 2021, reaching an all-time high as low interest rates and a pandemic-induced race for more space boosted demand and housing stocks remained low. Prices rose at an annual rate of 10.4% in December, making the performance of the strongest calendar year since 2006, …

Since August, the Irish government has granted 510 Afghan citizens a visa or visa waiver to travel to Ireland under the Irish Refugee Protection Program. In total, it issued five visas and 505 visa waivers. 394 people have arrived as part of the device, more than 30 of whom have landed in recent days. It …

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-12-03 NEW YORK, Dec 3 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – ireland The new climate law places it as one of the most ambitious countries in the world in the fight against climate change. This new law and new climate action plan go beyond previous climate action goals to further …

Dermot Desmond received a windfall of 27.5 million euros last year from Intuition Publishing, his Dublin-based e-learning company. This brings the amount of cash he has received from the company in the form of dividends and loans to around € 42.5 million over the past two years. Accounts recently filed for Intuition, which sells online …

The Londonderry singer has revealed the artwork commissioned by the Antrim Castle Gardens Lottery, which aims to inspire change and encourage audiences to think about how they could use some of the $ 30 million pounds sterling raised for good causes every week in their own communities. The installation in Northern Ireland is the second …

BANGOR – Seven Islands Land Company announces that Nick Ireland has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of the company. Ireland succeeds Theresa Triandafillou, who retired from the company’s finance department in June after a 27-year career. Ireland recently served as CFO of Gardner Companies, a Lincoln-based group of forestry companies. Ireland started his career working …

Seán FitzPatrick, the former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, has passed away. The 73-year-old was rushed to hospital late last week after suddenly falling ill at home. He lost his battle for life on Monday. A family spokesperson told Independent.ie the cause of death was cardiac arrest. Mr. FitzPatrick is survived by his wife Triona …

In the wake of his 20e anniversary, the company is looking to recruit more than fifty new colleagues to meet continued customer demand DUBLIN, November 08, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –converge, a global leader in electronic security systems integration, today announced plans to expand its recruiting efforts to all parts of Ireland to help meet increasing …

Sport Ireland’s board confirmed on Thursday evening that John Treacy will retire as the organization’s chief executive at the end of December. Treacy, 64, has been Managing Director of Sport Ireland since its inception in 2015, and previously served as Managing Director of the Irish Sports Council from 1999, when it was established as a …

Professor Philip Nolan has been appointed Managing Director of Science Foundation Ireland (SFI). he former president of Maynooth University, whose 10-year term ended last month, is a key figure in the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet). Professor Nolan chairs the Advisory Group on Epidemiological Modeling, which provides statistical predictions on the likely behavior of …

Confusion reigns in the nightlife sector just three days before the reopening after the Taoiseach said dancing would “of course” be back in nightclubs. However, the government decided this afternoon that “protective measures”, such as social distancing and wearing a mask, will also be put in place. Nightclubs will be able to reopen from this …

Deutsche Bank has hired another of Barclays’ top UK investment bankers, as the German lender continues to expand the unit in Europe. Derek Shakespeare has joined Deutsche Bank as president of mergers and acquisitions for Europe, Middle East and Africa, according to a statement from the bank. He comes from Barclays, where he was most …

Kay Collins traded in a desk and her family’s transportation company books for a truck and the open road for a few days each week. It is not by choice but by necessity. The 32-year-old accountant has had to replace a truck driver at Collins Transport – a fourth-generation family business in north County Cork …

When the wealthy businessman trying to fund a cup defense in Auckland – against the wishes of Team NZ – was copied in a controversial email last week, all hell broke loose. Writing for BusinessDesk, Pattrick Smellie provides the background to the junkyard and what Grant Dalton might do next. If Mark Dunphy has any …

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today encouraged retailers, hospitality and service sectors across Northern Ireland to show their support for the High Street Support Scheme, which opens applications between the September 27 and October 25. Minister of Economy Gordon Lyons The ministry has released a digital suite of promotional material for all qualifying retail, hospitality and …

Irish Water executives informing TDs and senators of drinking water contamination incidents in Dublin and Wexford will warn that the management structure of water treatment plants is inadequate. iall Gleeson, managing director of Irish Water, wrote to the Oireachtas housing committee to say that there is an urgent need for all factories to be placed …

Former Irish rugby international Brendan Mullin is to be tried for deception, false accounting and theft of nearly € 600,000 at the Bank of Ireland where he held a senior executive position. Mullin (57) appeared in Dublin District Court on Tuesday following a Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) investigation into allegations of bank fraud …

Aston Lark, the UK-based licensed insurance broker backed by Goldman Sachs, has purchased Deanspoint Insurance Brokers. he acquisition of Deanspoint, which operates as Abbey Murphy Insurance, is Aston Lark’s seventh purchase so far this year in Ireland. Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Longford and Mullingar, Abbey Murphy Insurance provides both personal insurance and business …

Teenage smoking rates have increased for the first time in 25 years, according to a new study from Ireland. The study, from the TobaccoFree Research Institute, also shows that teen vaping rates have increased over the past four years and that teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to smoke. It was published in Open …

The government said recent incidents of unsafe water supply from two treatment plants have now been rectified and the water is now safe to drink. Earlier this week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) described two serious incidents in recent weeks at drinking water plants serving parts of Dublin City (served by the Ballymore Water Treatment …

Territorials face a grim post-Christmas time as COVID restrictions keep many away from loved ones. Key points: Territorials are still not sure about their Christmas plans Isolation will be a problem as families are separated by interstate lockdowns Companies will be encouraged to keep their shoulders behind the wheel during the off-season Typically, the post-Christmas …

SERIOUS incidents at two water treatment plants in recent weeks have made residents of one town sick and put the health of others at risk. Incidents at the Ballymore Eustace factories, which supply parts of Dublin city with potable water, and at Creagh, which serves Gorey in County Wexford, were not made public until Friday …

It is always darker before dawn, and there is no doubt that the Covid lockdown has pushed many Irish SMEs into a dark place, facing terrible financial pressure. Seventy percent faced a drop in their income, according to the CSO, with a median drop of 25 percent – enough to push many companies with low …

SOCIAL isolation prevention groups that work with migrants, women’s educational skills and development, and interactive theater for people with disabilities are among the nearly 100 community and arts projects that receive financial support from the program. Begin Together ”from the Bank of Ireland. Over £ 700,000 is allocated to community groups, social enterprises and artist …

Reef has signed an agreement with one of Europe’s largest parking operators to transform up to 1,500 existing car parks into distribution and logistics centers for greener and more efficient last mile delivery. Announced in early September, Reef’s partnership with APCOA includes the “extensive network” of the parking operator’s facilities across the UK and Ireland …

The Government of Northern Ireland has made plans to help entrepreneurs deal with severe delays and inflation. The Northern Ireland executive advised government departments to cooperate “in a spirit of mutual trust” when dealing with delays caused by the shortage of building materials. They said if the contractor has provided evidence of an open book …

Member countries approved the largest infusion of resources in the history of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), with $ 650 billion (€ 547 billion) to help countries cope with growing debt and fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic. The creation of reserve assets – known as Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) – is the first since the …

Serious concerns over the government’s plan to reopen for indoor dining were raised by opposition TDs during a briefing Tuesday morning amid warnings that it could create “confusion and confusion.” inconsistency”. Officials informed members of the Oireachtas health committee about the plan, but no consensus on whether to forgo pre-legislative consideration of the bill could …

Ireland has taken an incredible new vaccine milestone with over 5 million doses due to be administered here. The deployment of the Covid-19 vaccine has accelerated at an incredible rate, especially in the past few days due to the announcement that 18-34 year olds can now register for the Janssen single injection vaccine at pharmacies …

Russian higher education institutions should allow foreign students who have been inoculated with any vaccine study in the country. “The universities will have a common policy on this issue. I think we will accept any vaccine, ”said Pavel Shevtsov, deputy director of Rossotrudnichestvo, an agency of the Foreign Ministry that supervises students. Brazil’s top prosecutor …

Young drivers could have to wait 18 months to get a full license despite government assurances that the current backlog could be resolved within 15 weeks, according to industry sources. The growing backlog causes both frustration and expense for young drivers who must always have a driver’s license with them and pay higher premiums while …

Almost a third of UK companies that trade with the EU have experienced a decline or loss of activity since post-Brexit rules took effect on January 1, according to a survey conducted for the Financial Times. The survey, carried out by the Institute of Directors, also found that 17% of UK companies that previously negotiated …

Huge public spending on Covid-19 will soon be cut, according to a warning the government will issue next week to unions and employers. He also indicates that with the recovery of the private sector which is accelerating, it is necessary to reduce public support in order not to overheat the economy. According to Irish weather, …

The Crown Estate added £ 1billion to its portfolio value over the past year thanks to an offshore wind boom, the clearest indication yet that the monarch’s real estate company is expected to benefit significantly in the UK’s green energy transition. The estate operates shops in central London, one of the country’s largest land portfolios, …