New €3 million EU-funded pedestrian and cycle bridge inaugurated in Galway
A new pedestrian and cycle bridge was officially inaugurated in Galway City on Friday, 26 May.
Capital Markets Union: European Commission proposes new rules to protect and empower retail investors in the EU
The European Commission has today adopted a Retail Investment Package that places the consumers' interests at the centre of retail investing.
NextGenerationEU: Ireland submits request to modify recovery and resilience plan
Ireland has submitted a request to the Commission to modify its recovery and resilience plan.
EU Customs Reform: A data-driven vision for a simpler, smarter and safer Customs Union
The European Commission has put forward proposals for the most ambitious and comprehensive reform of the EU Customs Union since its establishment in 1968.
Spring 2023 Economic Forecast: An improved outlook amid persistent challenges
Following double digit growth in 2022, Ireland's GDP is projected to remain on a solid growth path of 5.5% in 2023 and 5.0% in 2024, according to the European Commission Spring 2023 Economic Forecast published today.
Anti-corruption: Stronger rules to fight corruption in the EU and worldwide
The European Commission took decisive action today to fight corruption in the EU and worldwide, delivering on the commitment made by President Ursula von der Leyen in her 2022 State of the Union address.
Winners of ‘Aistritheoirí Óga 2023’ (Young Translators) announced
The winners of the 'Aistritheoirí Óga 2023' (Young Translators) contest were announced at an award ceremony in Dublin today.
Intellectual property: harmonised EU patent rules boost innovation, investment and competitiveness in the Single Market
The European Commission has proposed new rules to help companies, especially small and medium-sized companies (SMEs), make the most of their inventions, leverage new technologies and contribute to the EU's competitiveness and technological sovereignty.
European Poetry to be enjoyed by Dublin Commuters
The European Parliament, the European Commission, Poetry Ireland and Iarnród Éireann have launched a new initiative titled ‘Poetry in Motion’. From 27 April, National Poetry Day, Poetry in Motion will showcase poems by 10 poets from across Europe.
Commission proposes new economic governance rules fit for the future
The Commission has presented legislative proposals to implement the most comprehensive reform of the EU's economic governance rules since the aftermath of the economic and financial crisis.