Irish News

New Bill to Tackle Hate Crime and Hate Speech Includes Clear Provision to Protect Freedom of Expression

The Minister for Justice Helen McEntee published the Incitement to Violence or Hatred and Hate Offences Bill 2022, after securing Cabinet approval for the new legislation to tackle hate crime…

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Irish News

Minister McEntee to Reform Ireland’s Antiquated Licensing Laws

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has received Cabinet approval for her draft Bill to reform Ireland’s antiquated licensing laws. The present system is based on a patchwork of 100 laws…

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Irish News

Joint North-South Tour de France Bid to be Pursued

The island of Ireland intends to pursue a joint North-South bid to host the opening stages of a future Tour de France. Minister Catherine Martin T.D. and Minister Gordon Lyons MLA have submitted…

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Irish News

North-South Co-Operation in Criminal Justice Matters

Ministers Helen McEntee and Naomi Long MLA met to discuss north-south cross border co-operation on criminal justice matters. The Ministers reviewed the excellent ongoing cooperation across a wide range of…

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Irish News

Bill to Overhaul Garda Compensation Scheme Completes Passage Through Oireachtas

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee and Minister of State James Browne are pleased to announce that the Garda Síochána Compensation Scheme Bill 2021 has completed all stages in the Oireachtas….

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Irish News

New Louth GAA Stadium Project Reborn Thanks To Foreign Investment

The new Louth GAA stadium has been reborn after foreign investors pledged a huge sum of up to €14.8 million to the project. While the project appeared to be dead…

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Finance

Dates For Cost of Living Lump Sum Payments Announced

The Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath, have announced the payment dates for the €1.2 billion cost of living payments introduced as…

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Features

Your Rights If You Have Been Summonsed to Court

You have now been served with a Summons, meaning you have been summonsed to court. A Summons is a legal document and it means you have to attend a court…

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Irish News

New Solar PV Grants for Businesses, Public Organisations and Community Groups

The Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, has announced new Government grants of up to €2,400 for the installation of solar PV (photovoltaic) panels – for businesses,…

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Events

Awareness Campaign Urging Against Misuse of Fireworks for 2022 Launched

Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has launched an awareness raising campaign urging against the misuse of fireworks in collaboration with An Garda Síochána, the Irish Society for Prevention of…

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Irish News

Public Awareness Campaign for European Cyber Security Month Launched

Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications, Ossian Smyth, Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, and Assistant Garda Commissioner, Paul Cleary, have launched a joint public awareness campaign for…

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Culture

New Irish Language Children’s TV Channel Given Green Light

Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, has given statutory clearance to a new Irish language children’s TV channel for TG4. The €3.3m provision for the channel…

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