Citizens Information outlines the main changes to tax, social welfare, health, housing, education and employment that may affect you and your family.
Have you turned on your heating yet?— Citizens Information (@citizensinfo) September 24, 2019
The new Fuel Allowance season starts on Monday 30 September. If you're getting a social welfare payment – find out how to get help heating your home in the cold winter months. https://t.co/TTpmnDlcqW #FuelAllowance @welfare_ie @AgeAction pic.twitter.com/8qjmtlByBt
Make sure to drop by the #CitizensFirst tent at #Ploughing19. There is lots going on, and Citizens Information staff will be ready to answer your questions. Visit Stand 414, Row 19, Block 4 and say hello. #GovVillage #GovPloughing19 #BaileNaRialtais pic.twitter.com/PK68CLXw0s— Citizens Information (@citizensinfo) September 17, 2019
Citizens Information is recruiting 59 new staff nationwide. We need Administrators, Advocacy Support Workers, Information Officers, Senior Information Officers and Development Managers. Applications close 26 Sept 2019: https://t.co/P5XJa2HNIb #JobFairy #hiring #CitizensFirst pic.twitter.com/tAp8r8iWFv— Citizens Information (@citizensinfo) September 6, 2019
Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon, T.D., today announced the launch of Returning to Ireland, a new online information portal for Irish emigrants seeking to move back to Ireland.
This new category will meet the information needs of Irish citizens who plan to, or have recently returned home to live in Ireland. It includes information on residency for partners, enrolling in school, third level fees, finding somewhere to live, getting car insurance and accessing social welfare supports.
This new resource has been created with support from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Are you coming back to Ireland from abroad, or thinking of doing so? @citizensinfo and @dfatirl have put together a portal with all the info you need in one place. Check it out here: https://t.co/i0JQaUEuBa #GlobalIrish #ComingHome @Backforbusiness #working4irl pic.twitter.com/866NhHMtCa— Irish Foreign Ministry (@dfatirl) August 22, 2019
Leaving Certificate results are available in schools today – Tuesday, 13 August 2019.
You can also access your results online from 10 am today.
The National Parents’ Council operates a Leaving Cert Exam Helpline to give advice and support to students and parents. The helpline is staffed by qualified guidance counsellors and the number is 1800 265 165.
If you aren’t happy with your marks in any subject, you canappeal your results. Before you appeal your result(s), you can view your examination script and then decide if you still want to appeal.