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UK's porn blocking laws to be delayed again
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UK's porn blocking laws to be delayed again

Jun 20th 2019, 7:44 AM 13,796 Views 69 Comments

The laws were to be introduced on 15 July, but are to be delayed because of bureaucratic, legal issues.

'Bureaucracy and ineptitude' leaves Irish-speaking family facing deportation
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# Caught In The Crossed Wires

'Bureaucracy and ineptitude' leaves Irish-speaking family facing deportation

Jun 3rd 2015, 6:11 PM 64,867 Views 107 Comments

Zoe Ware is an “exemplary student” at a Gaelscoil in Kerry, and a competitive sean nós singer. But that probably won’t save her…

Young boy begs Australia not to deport him because his autism is a burden on the taxpayer
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Young boy begs Australia not to deport him because his autism is a burden on the taxpayer

Apr 27th 2015, 3:00 PM 24,532 Views 90 Comments

His family live in the country legally and pay tax.

Ireland's EU ombudsman decribes the "art" of dealing with EU bureaucracy
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Ireland's EU ombudsman decribes the "art" of dealing with EU bureaucracy

Sep 21st 2014, 12:54 PM 4,868 Views 6 Comments

This comes on the first anniversary of Emily O’Reilly’s time in the position.

The government wants to cut the red tape and get more people to set up cooperatives
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The government wants to cut the red tape and get more people to set up cooperatives

Jul 28th 2014, 6:00 AM 5,156 Views 5 Comments

Richard Bruton says Ireland needs more types of enterprises other than just companies.

Aaron McKenna: It's time for a conversation about how local government spends our money
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Aaron McKenna: It's time for a conversation about how local government spends our money

May 25th 2013, 8:00 AM 37 Views 20 Comments

The notion that cutting local government spending wouldn’t save the country or bring justice to bankers, and therefore it shouldn’t be touched at all, is a logical fallacy, writes Aaron McKenna.

Column: EU unity is little more than fiction in the wake of Cyprus being hung out to dry
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Column: EU unity is little more than fiction in the wake of Cyprus being hung out to dry

Mar 29th 2013, 7:00 AM 21 Views 47 Comments

The Cypriot case demonstrates that the European authorities are now prepared to cross the rubicon into the appropriation of deposits. It seems clear that this crisis has seen the Eurozone enter a new and dangerous phase, writes John O’Brennan.

Column: Ireland has the worst managed healthcare system in the developed world
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Column: Ireland has the worst managed healthcare system in the developed world

Feb 27th 2013, 7:00 AM 8,044 Views 77 Comments

While Ireland does not have the worst quality of healthcare, it is run by technically deficient, medically illiterate bureaucrats, says Professor John Crown. What healthcare model should we be looking to?

Aaron McKenna: Our nearest neighbour may leave the EU. Here’s why.
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Aaron McKenna: Our nearest neighbour may leave the EU. Here’s why.

Jan 19th 2013, 7:45 AM 17 Views 81 Comments

The bureaucracy, waste and profligacy of the EU repulses many people, writes Aaron McKenna – so is it any surprise the UK might want to exit?

Column: My dealings with the Syrian government
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Column: My dealings with the Syrian government

Jul 8th 2012, 6:30 PM 35 Views 2 Comments

Stephen Starr is an Irish journalist who lived in Syria for five years. Here he recalls his encounter with low-level government officials.

Column: Extreme poverty is right in front of us – and what are we doing?
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Column: Extreme poverty is right in front of us – and what are we doing?

May 18th 2012, 7:30 AM 138 Views 52 Comments

One in five children go to bed hungry, yet State safety nets are actually being taken away, writes Sr Stanislaus Kennedy.

Column: Emigrated? Well, good luck coming home again…
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Column: Emigrated? Well, good luck coming home again…

Sep 8th 2011, 7:40 AM 372 Views 89 Comments

Sinead Moran came back to Ireland from Australia – and met a wall of hostile bureaucracy. She writes about her experiences.

FAI to appeal Andorra decision to UEFA
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FAI to appeal Andorra decision to UEFA

Aug 26th 2011, 12:57 PM 777 Views 16 Comments

Unhappy with UEFA’s refusal to play Ireland’s European Championships Group B qualifier with Andorra in Barcelona, the FAI have decided to appeal the decision.

Cuts to 'red tape' could save businesses up to €5m a year
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# Red Tape

Cuts to 'red tape' could save businesses up to €5m a year

Aug 11th 2011, 4:06 PM 255 Views 1 Comment

Richard Bruton raises the income limits at which businesses need to be audited, cutting down on administration costs.

The Bluffer's Guide to... the World Cup 2014 preliminary draw
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The Bluffer's Guide to... the World Cup 2014 preliminary draw

Jul 28th 2011, 9:04 AM 211 Views 0 Comments

FIFA will give the World Cup 2014 monolith a starting push in Brazil on Saturday by making the draw for the qualification stage of the competition. Our easy-to-follow guide cuts the corporate gibberish into manageable, bite-size portions.