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# regulations - Tuesday 19 September, 2017

Contaminated face paints and heavy metals in make-up among safety problems found in cosmetics

One in ten of all 471 products tested were found to be non-compliant with Ireland’s health product watchdog’s health and safety regulations.

# regulations - Friday 19 May, 2017

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Connacht left frustrated by EPCR registration issue before play-off

The western province had planned to start Eoin Griffin at outside centre.

# regulations - Friday 12 May, 2017

From The42 'I got Malakai Fekitoa straight out of school, he was living in his car at the time' Project Players

'I got Malakai Fekitoa straight out of school, he was living in his car at the time'

The residency regulation in rugby has increased to five years, but what will really change?

# regulations - Thursday 26 January, 2017

Airbnb hosts in Dublin made €52 million last year

A new report shows that the typical Airbnb host made €4,900.

# regulations - Sunday 25 December, 2016

Did you get a drone for Christmas? Don't fly it straight away

You should check a few things first before you go on your maiden flight.

# regulations - Wednesday 7 December, 2016

A Roscommon takeaway and bakery were both served with closure orders last month

In addition, a kebab take-away in Co Mayo was also served with a closure order.

# regulations - Monday 14 November, 2016

Drones will face new rules to cut risks

Drones will face new rules to cut risks

“Drones have a place in modern society but they must be regulated,” says Fine Gael MEP.

# regulations - Friday 8 April, 2016

How Donegal Mountain Rescue Team is using drones to save people

Tests from the Donegal Mountain Rescue Team will help shape EU regulations.

# regulations - Tuesday 5 April, 2016

A €160 billion drug company deal could be in jeopardy due to new US financial rules

The new rules are aimed at stopping US companies setting up bases abroad.

# regulations - Thursday 10 March, 2016

Applying for a passport? New measures to combat identity theft are being introduced

New measures by the Passport Service of Ireland will be introduced at the end of the month.

# regulations - Monday 18 January, 2016

The yawn-inducing name of this EU-US trade deal is what makes it so dangerous

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership covers a wide range of policy areas that will impact on your life, writes David Lundy

# regulations - Wednesday 9 December, 2015

Elected officials need to know there are consequences to corruption

Corruption is a health risk to our democracy, writes Nuala Haughey.

# regulations - Wednesday 28 October, 2015

The EU voted on rules that will shape the internet here, but how will it affect you?

The new legislation surrounding net neutrality has left many concerned, but there is still hope.

# regulations - Saturday 22 August, 2015

Turns out flying a drone professionally is more complex than you think...

For one, you’ll need two people if you want to properly capture footage.

# regulations - Thursday 6 August, 2015

Was your favourite take-away closed over safety concerns last month?

17 food businesses around the country were.

# regulations - Wednesday 15 July, 2015

Berkeley survivors reunited as city attempts to prevent another tragedy

Aoife Beary is due to move the same centre as Hannah Waters and Clodagh Cogley.

# regulations - Wednesday 30 July, 2014

The EU has unveiled a new logo that shows which devices follow its privacy laws

The growing use of RFID chips in devices has caused the European Commission to put together regulations for them, ensuring no legal ‘grey zone’ emerges from their use.

# regulations - Monday 21 July, 2014

Dell is now the largest company to accept payments in Bitcoin

The computer giant’s CEO Michael Dell made the announcement on Twitter.

# regulations - Monday 14 July, 2014

Top chef says Ireland must not allow GM foods to be sold here

Kevin Thornton has warned that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership could lead to the introduction of genetically-modified foods here. The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said that GM foods are safe to eat.

# regulations - Tuesday 8 July, 2014

Market traders dismiss criticism from local businesses as 'begrudgery'

Des Vallely, the co-director of Irish Village Markets, said that restaurants should focus on the quality and price of their produce, rather than ‘giving out’ about competitors.

# regulations - Wednesday 18 June, 2014

Ireland will receive more taxes from oil and gas exploration under new terms

However, it has been criticised for ‘not going far enough’, with tax increases falling short of what was recommended by an Oireachtas committee.

# regulations - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

European Commission proposes rules for the operation of unmanned drones

The new regulations would allow remotely piloted devices to be treated the same way as piloted aircraft.

# regulations - Friday 7 March, 2014

Japan decides bitcoin isn't a currency, but will be taxed

Under the new regulations, the Japanese government will treat bitcoin like any other goods and services, and will tax any transactions made using it.

# regulations - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

Japan expected to impose taxes and regulations on bitcoin this week

The country is expected to issue new guidelines on bitcoin this week which will prevent banks from opening accounts or serving as bitcoin exchanges

# regulations - Tuesday 21 January, 2014

EU Justice Chief calls for tougher sanctions for companies that break data protection laws

The new legislation would see companies being fined 2 per cent of their global annual turnover for breaching data protection legislation.

# regulations - Friday 20 December, 2013

Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act to come into force on 1 January

The Department of Health confirmed today after speculation about when exactly the legislation would come into force.

# regulations - Saturday 16 November, 2013

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Vets 'shocked' that tail docking could be allowed under new regulations

A prominent Irish vet has said that allowing tail docking will set back the case of animal welfare in Ireland.

# regulations - Wednesday 9 October, 2013

Pilot flight hours restricted by EU vote but unions not happy

Rest days have been increased and night flights shortened but unions in Ireland and Britain say it could effectively increase flight times in some states.

# regulations - Wednesday 25 September, 2013

'Violent outrages' and 'general humiliations' targeted as thousands of obsolete laws cut

Outdated proclamations, including one from King George III calling for a ‘general fast and humiliation’ are set for the chop as part of an overhaul of the statute book

# regulations - Tuesday 6 August, 2013

ISPCA at "breaking point" dealing with increased calls for help

The ISPCA received 1,524 calls over the whole of 2012 – and has taken 1,372 calls so far this year.

# regulations - Sunday 7 July, 2013

Fireworks in the US have shrunk over decades

Urban sprawl means organisers have to rein it in.

# regulations - Monday 1 July, 2013

Childcare providers who breach regulations could be fined €100,000

An amendment bill tabled by Fianna Fáil would see the fines being brought into place.

Strict new Dublin rubbish laws restrict collection times

Rubbish can’t be put out until after 6pm on the day before it is collected in Dublin – and waste trucks can only operate from 6am to 9pm in residential areas.

# regulations - Thursday 20 June, 2013

Central Bank given power to pre-approve Credit Union managers

The new rules will apply to 250 of the country’s 300 credit unions.

# regulations - Tuesday 7 May, 2013

‘Burials without coffins’ could save families money

The Department of the Environment announced rule changes today to facilitate the increase in Muslim burials.

# regulations - Monday 6 May, 2013

Fancy getting your teeth whitened? You need to know this

Beware of gum burns – and why lasers are not really the answer to getting your gnashers glowing.

# regulations - Friday 8 March, 2013

Parental leave extended from 14 weeks to 18 weeks

Parents returning back to work from parental leave will also be allowed to request a change in their working hours or pattern.

# regulations - Thursday 20 December, 2012

Irish smokers start at lower age than any other EU country

A new report from the European Commission showed that 51 per cent of people in Europe have never smoked and one fifth have given up.

# regulations - Wednesday 19 December, 2012

Aviva fined €2.45 million by the Central Bank for breached regulations

Two subsidiaries of Aviva have been fined €1.225 million each for breach of regulations.

# regulations - Tuesday 18 December, 2012

One third of au pairs feel exploited - study

The Migrant Rights Centre is calling for the government to introduce legislation to deal with the issue.

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