Photography book launch Kinsale Arts Weekend: ‘Shortcut’ by John Collins

In a new and original photography book, John Collins takes us off the beaten path to explore the lanes and back streets of Kinsale in West Cork. Presented in the style of a contemporary photobook, this collection of black and white photographs presents a sequence of images that creates an intently drawn, unique portrait of…

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Minister Flanagan announces passage of the Coroners (Amendment) Bill

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan T.D., announced today that the Coroners (Amendment) Bill 2018 has now passed both Houses of the Oireachtas. Making the point that the Bill will amend the existing legislation to significantly clarify, strengthen and modernise the powers available to coroners in the reporting, investigation and inquest of deaths,…

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Paul O’Donovan & Associates urge traders to register for an EORI number ahead of Brexit

Brought to you by Paul O’Donovan & Associates With Brexit moving closer all the time it is vitally important that traders are aware of the requirement to register for an Economic Operators and Identification (EORI) number. The EORI number is the minimum requirement for all traders who import and export goods with a non-EU country…

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Publication of Brexit Contingency Action Plan Update

The Government yesterday announced further steps in its ongoing Brexit contingency and preparedness work, recognising that there is now a significant risk of a no deal Brexit on 31 October. The Brexit Contingency Action Plan Update published today reflects the extensive whole-of-Government and EU level work which has already taken place, as well as the…

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Social welfare scheme for self-employed artists extended to wider creative community

The Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan TD and the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty TD, have today announced the extension of the scheme on a permanent basis to self- employed artists including those working in the performing arts, film and architecture. An initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme,…

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Doing Business in Kinsale due to launch third edition in October

A new and updated version of ‘Doing Business in Kinsale’ for 2019/20 will be launched in October. The third edition of this guide available in e-book format  www.doingbusinessinkinsale.com and hard copy is due out this October and a result of collaboration with stakeholders in the community. There has been very positive feedback and has attracted some…

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