The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment has received notification that the High Court has granted an Injunction prohibiting the Minister from commencing the proposed Statutory Instrument giving effect to a new Employment Regulation Order for the Security Industry on 24 August 2022.

Minister for European Affairs Thomas Byrne T.D. will travel to Germany this week for a series of engagements in Berlin.

Labour Force Survey (LFS) results published today by the Central Statistics Office show a continued recovery from the pandemic in Ireland’s labour market, with 205,500 jobs created in the year to Q2 2022.

The Minister of State with responsibility for Special Education Josepha Madigan TD has today provided an update on the provision of special class and special school places across Dublin and Cork for the forthcoming school year.

The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar T.D. today opened the Emergency Humanitarian Support Scheme to small businesses, sports clubs, community and voluntary organisations, unable to secure flood insurance and affected by recent flooding events in New Ross and Tullow.

Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD has welcomed a wide-ranging discussion on the future of public transport in Ireland at the first Rural Ideas Forum of 2022.

The Minister for Finance and President of the Eurogroup Paschal Donohoe TD will today (Monday) travel to Malta to meet with his counterpart, Mr Clyde Caruana, Minister for Finance and Employment of Malta.

The Embassy of Ireland to Ukraine has resumed operations in Kyiv, having operated remotely since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.