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Romanian Family of 12 sleep at hospital due to lack of housing



Six adults and six children had to sleep in a Co Galway hospital as they had nowhere to go, it has emerged.

At 10.30pm on September 5, the family went to Athlone Garda Station looking for somewhere to stay as they couldn't access emergency accommodation.
Gardai consulted with Tusla and brought the Romanian family to Portiuncula Hospital to spend the night.

"A Romanian Family consisting of six adults and six children called to Athlone Garda Station and reported that they were homeless," a garda spokesman said.
"Following consultation with Tusla and due to the fact that there were no suitable facilities in the garda station, the family were brought to Portiuncula hospital in Ballinasloe."

https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...pital-as-they-had-nowhere-to-go-37312080.html

Gardaí investigating a multi-million euro West African fraud network operating in Ireland

GARDAI have launched a major crackdown on a suspected online crime gang. Officers from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau’s Money Laundering Unity swooped on a series of properties in Dublin, Kildare, Laois and Meath. The searches were launched to target a West African crime gang behind invoice redirect fraud scams and romance fraud scams. Some of the scams included the fraudsters befriending vulnerable women before fleecing them. A number of items and documents were seized during the raids. A source said: “This was a significant operation aimed at disrupting the activities of a major money laundering gang.” Gardai believe the gang have raked in millions from their scams. “Among the matters under investigations is the possibility that laundered money may have been used by this Criminal Network to fund the purchase of property and other high value items across the country.”

https://www.thesun.ie/news/3080910/ga...

In an Irish Independent report, the gang was described as Nigerian. The gang leaders recruited over 100 fellow nationals to launder money which has been stolen in invoice redirection frauds from companies in Ireland and all around Europe...

114,000 People have gained Irish Citizenship since 2011 through Citizenship Ceremonies

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Since 2011 and the Introduction of Citizenship Ceremonies, Ireland has handed out more than 114,000 Citizenships to people from around the world.

This news was disclosed in a press statement from MerrionStreet earlier yesterday.


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Published on Monday 10th September 2018
Minister Flanagan welcomes new Irish citizens at Citizenship Ceremony in National Concert Hall
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has today congratulated some 480 new Irish citizens originating from 68 countries at a Citizenship Ceremony in the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
Addressing the new citizens, Minister Flanagan said:
It is a great privilege for me to be here with you today in the National Concert Hall as together with your family and friends we all celebrate this major event in your life. It’s a wonderful venue, and for all of you, it’s a wonderful day – the one on which Irish citizenship will be formally conferred on you during a simple but solemn ceremony. Becoming a citizen of this country, which is now your country, means that you will become part of, and contributors to, our democracy and constitutional principles – principles which as a Minister of this Government I have the honour to uphold.​

The Declaration of Fidelity to the Irish Nation and Loyalty to the State was administered by the Presiding Officer, retired District Court Judge Paddy McMahon. The new...

480 people from 68 countries become Irish Citizens

480 PEOPLE HAVE officially become Irish citizens today at a ceremony in Dublin. Drawn from 68 countries around the world, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has welcomed them into “our national family.”

Joanna Dukkipati from India at a Citizenship Ceremony that was held in the National Concert Hall. Photo: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Note to editors
Top ten countries of origin for the Citizenship Ceremony in the National Concert Hall on Monday, September 10th are as follows:
Nationality Count
Poland 85
United Kingdom 47
Romania 41
India 35
Nigeria 20
Latvia 19
USA 17
Philippines 16
China (including Hong Kong) 15
Pakistan 13




More can be read here
https://www.irishexaminer.com/break...-people-granted-irish-citizenship-867993.html

CSO - Population and Migration Estimates April 2018, those not born in Ireland 18%

The Latest CSO population and Migration estimates up to April 2018 have been released.

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From the Figures, we can see that the population of Ireland has increased by a further 64,500 people. This can be attributed to our NetFlow of Immigration (those entering the country) increasing whilst our NetFlow of emigration (those leaving the country) decreasing.

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According to the CSO stats, the number of non-Irish nationals entering the state increased by 30,900, 34.2% The CSO state that today in Ireland the total number of non-Irish nationals stands at 593,600, or 12.2% of the population.


The CSO Statistics as previously mentioned stated that the number of non-Irish nationals entering the state increased by 30,900, 34.2%, the total number of non-Irish nationals in Ireland now stands at 593,600, or 12.2% of the population.

In the last census, (2016) the figure for those living in Ireland but born outside of the country stood at 810,406



Today with the new CSO figures for 2018 and 2017 we can calculate a rough figure for the number of non-native Irish now living in Ireland.

CSO 2017 stats
57,200 non-Irish migrated to Ireland
34,000 non-Irish left Ireland

Difference = Net Gain of 23,200 Non-Irish

CSO 2018 stats
62,000...

Gang targeting women in Ireland



Gardai are on high alert for a gang targeting and isolating drunk women from the southeast.

A 28-year-old man of Pakistani origin — who was acquitted of rape in recent years — is the main suspect but gardaí believe he has friends who are also involved. The man is known to drive a grey Kilkenny-registered Audi.

There have been reports about the gang in Dungarvan, Co Waterford, in recent weeks. It has also been active in Carlow and Waterford.

Gardai On High Alert After Nightclub Gang 'Targets Drunk Irish Women'

Brexit could send Illegals in the UK straight to Ireland and collapse our immigration system




A report prepared for Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan, warned that any perceived tightening of UK immigration controls could prompt people living illegally in the UK to look across the Irish Sea instead.

The report went onto say even the smallest changes in Ireland's system of direct provision had the potential to "sink the asylum system" here.

Contained within the report was an estimate of between 400,000 and 800,000 of "illegal" nationals from outside the European Economic Area.

"Taking the midpoint of that range, even if only 1pc were to come to Ireland and claim asylum, it would mean an additional 6,000 applicants.
"This would literally sink the asylum system, putting massive pressures on other State services, such as housing," it said.

Read more here
https://www.irishexaminer.com/irela...e-in-illegal-migration-to-ireland-472856.html

EU to offer member states £5,350 for each asylum seeker they take in from migrant boats



From the Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5986513/Well-pay-migrants-Brussels-tells-EU-governments.html

EU to offer member states £5,350 for each asylum seeker they take in from migrant boats - but Italy's far-right interior minister says his country will not take part and 'doesn't need charity
'
The EU's financial incentives seek to defuse a weeks-long showdown with Italy

It proposed funding 'controlled centres' set up and run by member states

A parallel plan features 'disembarkation platforms' located outside the bloc

EU Ambassadors will discuss the proposals on Wednesday

The European Commission offered on Tuesday to fund the cost of taking in migrants from boats in the Mediterranean, in an effort to entice more countries to shoulder the burden after Italy's new government closed its ports to rescue vessels.
Under the proposal, the Union's common budget would pay out €6,000 (£5,350) for each person taken in.

However, far-right Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini has already dismissed the plan.

Syrian Refugees are given equal status to those on a 7-year housing list

67 families were given the keys to new houses on a brand new estate at Milltown meadows in Ashbourne, County Meath in July of this year.

The families had been on waiting lists for up to 7 years and were finally given their keys at a ceremony where JUNIOR Housing Minister Damien English cuts the ribbon on a long-awaited social housing project.





Among the new families were Seven Syrian families who unlike the other families presumably did not have to wait 7 years for these new houses.

Our question to the minister and others is, how did you determine which families would make way for the 7 Syrian families who replaced them? What provisions have been made to house the other 7 families who lost out, and how many more years will they have to wait before being housed?


Read more here - https://www.thesun.ie/news/2827397/almost-70-families-new-homes-in-meath/
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Romanian Family of 12 sleep at hospital due to lack of housing



Six adults and six children had to sleep in a Co Galway hospital as they had nowhere to go, it has emerged.

At 10.30pm on September 5, the family went to Athlone Garda Station looking for somewhere to stay as they couldn't access emergency accommodation.
Gardai consulted with Tusla and brought the Romanian family to Portiuncula Hospital to spend the night.

"A Romanian Family consisting of six adults and six children called to Athlone Garda Station and reported that they were homeless," a garda spokesman said.
"Following consultation with Tusla and due to the fact that there were no suitable facilities in the garda station, the family were brought to Portiuncula hospital in Ballinasloe."

https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...pital-as-they-had-nowhere-to-go-37312080.html

Gardaí investigating a multi-million euro West African fraud network operating in Ireland

GARDAI have launched a major crackdown on a suspected online crime gang. Officers from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau’s Money Laundering Unity swooped on a series of properties in Dublin, Kildare, Laois and Meath. The searches were launched to target a West African crime gang behind invoice redirect fraud scams and romance fraud scams. Some of the scams included the fraudsters befriending vulnerable women before fleecing them. A number of items and documents were seized during the raids. A source said: “This was a significant operation aimed at disrupting the activities of a major money laundering gang.” Gardai believe the gang have raked in millions from their scams. “Among the matters under investigations is the possibility that laundered money may have been used by this Criminal Network to fund the purchase of property and other high value items across the country.”

https://www.thesun.ie/news/3080910/ga...

In an Irish Independent report, the gang was described as Nigerian. The gang leaders recruited over 100 fellow nationals to launder money which has been stolen in invoice redirection frauds from companies in Ireland and all around Europe.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news...

A Nigerian national has been identified as the leader of the gang which has what is described as a "highly organised hierarchical structure". Documents, computers and four Nissan X-Trail SUVs were seized during yesterday's raids. Gardai have asked Irish banks to close around 350 accounts suspected of being used in the fraud. https://www.herald.ie/news/four-cars-... As many as 300 people mostly working in low-paid jobs in Ireland could have been recruited into an extensive money-laundering network linked to West African criminals involved in cybercrime. The network was busted last week by Garda fraud detectives who raided 15 homes and businesses in several countries and froze 350 bank accounts. Gardai believe the network had a three-tier structure, with around 10 key figures at the top.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news...

In 2013, it was reported that Nigerians send nearly €500m a year home from Ireland. World Bank figures revealed that €468m in 'remittances' was sent from Ireland to Nigeria in 2011. That's an average of more than €26,000 for each of the 17,642 Nigerian nationals in Ireland, including children. https://www.independent.ie/irish-news... In 2011, Enda Kenny said he wanted Ireland to be the best little country to live and do business in.


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Syrian Refugees are given equal status to those on a 7-year housing list

67 families were given the keys to new houses on a brand new estate at Milltown meadows in Ashbourne, County Meath in July of this year.

The families had been on waiting lists for up to 7 years and were finally given their keys at a ceremony where JUNIOR Housing Minister Damien English cuts the ribbon on a long-awaited social housing project.





Among the new families were Seven Syrian families who unlike the other families presumably did not have to wait 7 years for these new houses.

Our question to the minister and others is, how did you determine which families would make way for the 7 Syrian families who replaced them? What provisions have been made to house the other 7 families who lost out, and how many more years will they have to wait before being housed?


Read more here - https://www.thesun.ie/news/2827397/almost-70-families-new-homes-in-meath/

woman duped into sham marriage

'It can happen to anyone' - Irish woman duped by her husband is selling her wedding and engagement rings

Read more here - https://www.independent.ie/life/it-...er-wedding-and-engagement-rings-37149393.html

An Irish woman is selling her engagement and wedding rings after she realised she was duped by her husband into marrying him for a visa.
The woman, who has advertised her rings worth €5,000 on Done Deal, told RTE reporter Brian O’Connell that she hasn’t worn the rings in nearly a year and now hopes they'll bring happiness to another couple.

She herself had borne most of the cost of the rings when the couple bought them in Dubai almost three years ago.

“The engagement ring is a solitaire ring and it has encrusted diamonds. The wedding ring would have the same type of encrusting.”
“They have been in [the box] since last September. Do you want to know why they’re in there?”

“They went on my finger in December 2015 and came off in 2017.”

“I married a non-EU national in Beirut in Lebanon. We had known each other a year and a half at that stage.”

“I had considered briefly the motivations as to why he would ask me so quickly… I would have thought he loved me.”

Believing she had met “the one”, the Irish woman married him. They were happy together until their application for his spousal visa for Ireland was refused.

“After the Christmas period, I set out applying for his visa to come to Ireland, it’s a spousal visa. €4,000 is what it cost.”

“His visa was refused in August 2017. The day after I told him, he was getting married to someone else.”


Student allegedly caught masturbating in public facing trial

Student allegedly caught masturbating in public facing trial


Camal Elhaj (22) is charged with engaging in an act of masturbation in a public place Pic: Collins Courts

A STUDENT allegedly caught masturbating on Dublin’s Synge Street is facing trial.

Camal Elhaj, 22, from Sudan but who has an address at Harrington Street, Dublin 8 was accused of engaging in an act of masturbation in a public place on July 29 last year.

He appeared today at Dublin District Court on the charge which was contrary to the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 2017.

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) directed that he could be tried in the district court where the offence carries a maximum six-month sentence.

In an outline of the allegations to decide if he would accept jurisdiction, Judge Conal Gibbons heard that the accused was allegedly caught by gardai at 1am on the date of the offence.

However, no members of the public were present.
https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...urbating-in-public-facing-trial-37116353.html

114,000 People have gained Irish Citizenship since 2011 through Citizenship Ceremonies

26PassportsGettyImages-618769584.png

Since 2011 and the Introduction of Citizenship Ceremonies, Ireland has handed out more than 114,000 Citizenships to people from around the world.

This news was disclosed in a press statement from MerrionStreet earlier yesterday.


Releases

Published on Monday 10th September 2018
Minister Flanagan welcomes new Irish citizens at Citizenship Ceremony in National Concert Hall
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has today congratulated some 480 new Irish citizens originating from 68 countries at a Citizenship Ceremony in the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
Addressing the new citizens, Minister Flanagan said:
It is a great privilege for me to be here with you today in the National Concert Hall as together with your family and friends we all celebrate this major event in your life. It’s a wonderful venue, and for all of you, it’s a wonderful day – the one on which Irish citizenship will be formally conferred on you during a simple but solemn ceremony. Becoming a citizen of this country, which is now your country, means that you will become part of, and contributors to, our democracy and constitutional principles – principles which as a Minister of this Government I have the honour to uphold.​

The Declaration of Fidelity to the Irish Nation and Loyalty to the State was administered by the Presiding Officer, retired District Court Judge Paddy McMahon. The new citizens also undertook to faithfully observe the law of the State and respect its democratic values.
The Minister added:
Becoming a citizen of Ireland means much more than having an Irish passport or being able to vote. These, of course, are very important but at a much deeper level you are affirming your commitment to the values we cherish most and which are rooted in our history. In so doing you are also affirming your support for our sense of mutual responsibility to one another as citizens of this country. By being citizens you are part of a common thread which unites and binds all of us. You are about to make solemn pledges to our nation, to its values and to your fellow citizens as you go forward from here today as our newest citizens. In turn by our laws and our traditions we commit to continue to recognise the personal rights of you as individuals in a proud nation which greatly values inclusion, tolerance and diversity.​
Citizenship ceremonies were first introduced in 2011 in order to mark the occasion of the granting of citizenship in a dignified and solemn manner. Since citizenship ceremonies were first introduced, a total of 135 Citizenship Ceremonies have now been held at which a total of almost 86,000 applicants have received their Certificates of Naturalisation. Including minors, who are not required to attend a ceremony, the total granted Irish citizenship is just over 114,000. In total, nationals of 181 different countries have become Irish citizens since 2011.
The Minister concluded:
I wish to congratulate you, one and all, on becoming our newest Irish citizens – and to welcome you to our national family.​
https://merrionstreet.ie/en/News-Ro...enship_Ceremony_in_National_Concert_Hall.html

CSO - Population and Migration Estimates April 2018, those not born in Ireland 18%

The Latest CSO population and Migration estimates up to April 2018 have been released.

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From the Figures, we can see that the population of Ireland has increased by a further 64,500 people. This can be attributed to our NetFlow of Immigration (those entering the country) increasing whilst our NetFlow of emigration (those leaving the country) decreasing.

Screenshot (2).png

According to the CSO stats, the number of non-Irish nationals entering the state increased by 30,900, 34.2% The CSO state that today in Ireland the total number of non-Irish nationals stands at 593,600, or 12.2% of the population.


The CSO Statistics as previously mentioned stated that the number of non-Irish nationals entering the state increased by 30,900, 34.2%, the total number of non-Irish nationals in Ireland now stands at 593,600, or 12.2% of the population.

In the last census, (2016) the figure for those living in Ireland but born outside of the country stood at 810,406



Today with the new CSO figures for 2018 and 2017 we can calculate a rough figure for the number of non-native Irish now living in Ireland.

CSO 2017 stats
57,200 non-Irish migrated to Ireland
34,000 non-Irish left Ireland

Difference = Net Gain of 23,200 Non-Irish

CSO 2018 stats
62,000 non-Irish migrated to Ireland
28,000 non-Irish left Ireland

Difference = Net Gain of 34,000 Non-Irish

Total new Non-Irish Citizens in Ireland since 2016 Census = 57,200


CSO stats state;
The total number of non-Irish nationals in Ireland now stands at 593,600, or 12.2% of the population.

If we add this Net Gain of Non-Irish since the 2016 Census to the 810,406 figure from the 2016 Census we now have a total population of Non-ethnic Irish at 867,606

The total Irish population according to current CSO stats is showing at 4,857,000

867,606 non-ethnic Irish calculates to roughly 17.87 % of the population now being non-ethnic Irish.


We can also look at the figure of 867,606. If the CSO claims 593,600 of those living here are non-Irish, and the CSO Census figure claim 810,406 were not born in Ireland we can assume that the remaining 216,806 who were not born in Ireland either have a right to Irish Citizenship or have been handed Irish citizenship through Citizenship Referendums.

https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/er/pme/populationandmigrationestimatesapril2018/
http://migrationfactsireland.com/th...r-of-irish-residents-born-outside-ireland.14/

Muhammad- 87th most popular baby name for boys in Ireland in 2017

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