• Jobs for 15 year old from Ireland?

    Best answer: It is a case of asking around at local businesses near you, they can't advertise for a 15yr old because of the discrimination of age laws, so ytou need to go and ask Also read and know the laws on child employment... show more
    Best answer: It is a case of asking around at local businesses near you, they can't advertise for a 15yr old because of the discrimination of age laws, so ytou need to go and ask
    Also read and know the laws on child employment http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/birth_family_relationships/children_s_rights_and_policy/children_and_rights_in_ireland.html
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should the British leave Ireland?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • A Honeymoon to Ireland?

    It has been my dream to travel to Ireland and I would love it even more if we could accomplish this just after our big day. We would like to stay there for about a month. Ive done a bit of research, but I wanna get other peoples opinions that may have traveled to other countries before, unike me, haha. I assume it... show more
    It has been my dream to travel to Ireland and I would love it even more if we could accomplish this just after our big day. We would like to stay there for about a month. Ive done a bit of research, but I wanna get other peoples opinions that may have traveled to other countries before, unike me, haha. I assume it will be quite a bit of money, so dont be nice, just be honest! I love history in general but mostly want to visit because of my ancestral and religious ties there. Definitely wanna get as much ancient site seeing and beautiful scenery done as possible, not necessarily needing to be in any big cities, although please suggest anything. We would like to be in a small village, stay in a rural cottage. I need to know food, living, travel, airfare expenses.. anything you can provide would help tons! Thanks so much!!
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Someone keeps calling them when I answer they hang up?

    This is gonna sound strange but I’m serious about this actually happening. Throughout this week there’s been around 4 calls thus far from an unknown number. I’m in Galway Ireland and the number is calling from Dublin Ireland. (200km away). I don’t know anyone in Dublin and I’m very careful about giving out my... show more
    This is gonna sound strange but I’m serious about this actually happening. Throughout this week there’s been around 4 calls thus far from an unknown number. I’m in Galway Ireland and the number is calling from Dublin Ireland. (200km away). I don’t know anyone in Dublin and I’m very careful about giving out my number. It calls randomly and the second I pick up like “hello?” It hangs up. Nobody is on the other end. My friend was telling me it’s a possible scam where they want me to call back so I’m not gonna call back. What could this be and how can I stop this.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • I am an American. I flew threw Ireland where my family on my moms side came from 4 generations ago. Im thinking of moving to Ireland....?

    Best answer: Ye it’s a great place to live and Ireland loves America and Americans 🇮🇪❤️🇺🇸
    Best answer: Ye it’s a great place to live and Ireland loves America and Americans 🇮🇪❤️🇺🇸
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will Irish ever become the majority language in Ireland?

    No offense to any Irish people reading this, but if I had a magic wand, I'd make Irish the only official language of Ireland. It's the language of your country. You should follow the example of the Irish people who speak Irish as a first language. Because if you're ashamed of your own language, the what... show more
    No offense to any Irish people reading this, but if I had a magic wand, I'd make Irish the only official language of Ireland. It's the language of your country. You should follow the example of the Irish people who speak Irish as a first language. Because if you're ashamed of your own language, the what can you be proud of? I'm not even Irish, I'm Puerto Rican, and I know some basic phrases: Dia dhuit, conas atá tú. Sebastian is ainm dom. That's all I know but I know more Irish than a lot of Irish people out there.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hollister returns policy between U.K. and ireland?

    Hi, I recently bought an item in hollister in Ireland, I live in Northern Ireland (U.K.) and I want to return the item bought in Ireland, it is so much easier and closer for me to return the item in Belfast (NI) than Dublin (Ireland) as it’s a lot further away. Is this allowed? I paid by GBP sterling via my bank... show more
    Hi, I recently bought an item in hollister in Ireland, I live in Northern Ireland (U.K.) and I want to return the item bought in Ireland, it is so much easier and closer for me to return the item in Belfast (NI) than Dublin (Ireland) as it’s a lot further away. Is this allowed? I paid by GBP sterling via my bank card in Dublin even though Dublin uses euro as their main currency and Northern Ireland used GBP
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the main problems in Ireland right now and what are their solutions?

    Please reply with stuff I don't know anything about Ireland and need this for a essay
    Please reply with stuff I don't know anything about Ireland and need this for a essay
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can I get an Irish passport if im quarter irish?

    Best answer: You would have to be able to prove that the grandparent in question was born in Ireland and was a citizen of Ireland when you were born.
    Best answer: You would have to be able to prove that the grandparent in question was born in Ireland and was a citizen of Ireland when you were born.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • How do cars with German license plates get to Ireland?

    I live in Cork and I noticed at least 2-3 cars with German license plates during my time here (third most after Irish and UK plates). How do German cars get to Ireland? Is it possible to drive?
    I live in Cork and I noticed at least 2-3 cars with German license plates during my time here (third most after Irish and UK plates). How do German cars get to Ireland? Is it possible to drive?
    16 answers · 2 months ago
  • My dads Irish and I think he hates me because I’m english, what should i do?

    Best answer: dunno, maybe he'll just cop himself on eventually. what age are you? Are you sure something else isn't happening? If he really wants you Irish he should be delighted that you're trying to embrace your Irish roots. Some Irish Britons are totally the opposite and embrace extreme British nationalism... show more
    Best answer: dunno, maybe he'll just cop himself on eventually. what age are you? Are you sure something else isn't happening?

    If he really wants you Irish he should be delighted that you're trying to embrace your Irish roots.

    Some Irish Britons are totally the opposite and embrace extreme British nationalism -see Tommy Robinson.

    edit@- you're only hope is that he'll cop on. Maybe try to discuss it with him. just to see.
    13 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland considered an international border?

    Best answer: Yes, the border between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; and [the Republic of] Ireland is an international border.

    Although they are both part of the Common Travel Area and (for the moment) the EU, which means the border is essentially invisible.
    Best answer: Yes, the border between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; and [the Republic of] Ireland is an international border.

    Although they are both part of the Common Travel Area and (for the moment) the EU, which means the border is essentially invisible.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Should Northern Ireland belong to Ireland?

    Best answer: Yes, absolutely mate. 1 Ireland.
    Best answer: Yes, absolutely mate. 1 Ireland.
    15 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why so much rasism in Ireland?

    I've noticed that off late there is a lot of racism and anti-immigrant speech happening in Ireland. Now I'm a reasonable guy. I try to look at things from both angles. But what is causing all this backlash off late? I've heard some people say that Ireland gives more priority to immigrants than it does... show more
    I've noticed that off late there is a lot of racism and anti-immigrant speech happening in Ireland. Now I'm a reasonable guy. I try to look at things from both angles. But what is causing all this backlash off late? I've heard some people say that Ireland gives more priority to immigrants than it does to its own citizens. Is this true? And is there too much immigration happening in Ireland? Higher than the acceptable rate? I think immigration should be capped to a healthy limit where it doesn't overpower the native population of any country. And is this backlash happening to all foreigners or to only non-white foreigners? So far I haven't heard anyone complain about white immigrants going to Ireland from countries like USA or Australia. They only have an issue when the foreigners are of a darker shade.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What would happen to the British economy if it lost Northern Ireland?

    Best answer: It would actually benefit Britain if they decided to let Northern Ireland go. Since Northern Ireland has taken more than added to the British economy. Besides the only way that there would be no hard border between Northern Ireland and The Republic Of Ireland, is that Northern Ireland is removed from the UK. And... show more
    Best answer: It would actually benefit Britain if they decided to let Northern Ireland go. Since Northern Ireland has taken more than added to the British economy. Besides the only way that there would be no hard border between Northern Ireland and The Republic Of Ireland, is that Northern Ireland is removed from the UK. And since it's been over two years since the Brexit referendum, it's looking like a No Deal one at that. And there also a possibility of another Scottish Independence referendum in foreseeable future. And the British can continue spouting all that "loyalty" shite all they want. But the fact is their economy is currently not in the condition to maintain a state that's more of a financial burden than asset. And in the case of a No Deal Brexit, then you'd want to prepare yourself. Because no matter how hard you'd want to believe but Britain isn't as hot shít as you think it is.
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Reasons to come to Ireland in 1610?

    5 answers · 2 months ago