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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Emmigration

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# E3 visa
There could be a new US visa for Irish citizens - if it's approved by Congress
This is a good example of how the US midterms results could affect us here in Ireland.
Up to 3,000 doctors set to leave Ireland
The National Association of General Practitioners is hoping that Leo Varadkar will step in to reverse cuts which affect them.
# American Dream
Brian McGuire saddles up and leaves Kerry panel for equine job in Kentucky
After three years with the Kerry senior footballers the defender has emigrated to America.
# Perth
Irishman in critical condition after assault in Australia
23-year-old Tom Keaney from Galway sustained a head injury in the assault which took place almost two weeks ago.
# cso stats
CSO: Numbers in employment increased by 9,600 in three months
Stats for the second quarter of the year show a seasonally adjusted increase in employment 9,600. There was an annual increase of 1.8 per cent.
# victim impact
Parents of Dubliner killed in Melbourne tell court of their heartbreak
David Greene died in hospital after being attacked at a party in the Australian city. Luke Wendholt, who has pleaded guilty to the murder, appeared in court earlier.
# New Zealand
Jobs expo targets skilled Irish workers to help with Christchurch rebuild
Construction workers in particular are being sought to help with the post-earthquake rebuild of the New Zealand city.
# fly them home
Miss Mammy's dinners but can't afford a flight home? This new site can help... was set up so friends, family or people abroad can set up a ‘Flight Fund’ page in order to raise money to buy a ticket home.
# Pack your bags
Merkel tells young people with no jobs that they might have to move
Merkel said there will have to be more mobility if the youth unemployment figures are to be reduced.
# South America
Irish teenager charged with threatening Guyana leader
The 17-year-old’s lawyer said he had been drinking alcohol when he told bodyguards he would shoot and kill the president.
Column: Can a long distance relationship survive?
Economic migration has forced many families to separate, leaving partners and children sometimes on two sides of the world. Tony Moore explains how you can make your relationship work even when you are so far apart.
Column: What would it mean for Ireland if the UK left Europe?
The British Prime Minister hopes to negotiate fundamental changes in his country’s membership of the European Union, but this would have profound consequences for this island, writes James Kilcourse.
# Christmas
In pictures: Coming home for Christmas
There were a lot of smiles and happy tears at Dublin Airport today as people were greeted by their families and friends at arrivals.
# London Irish
Irish emigrating to London advised to prepare thoroughly
London might be close – but moving there can pose serious cultural and practical challenges to unprepared Irish migrants, the London Irish Centre has warned.
# photo of the day
Sign of the Times Photo of the Day
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# Property
Ex-pat executives returning to invest in property market
Property experts have said one of the main reasons ex pats are returning is to educate their children here.
# working abroad
Canadian working abroad visa to be extended to two years
More than 10,000 visas will be made available by 2014 to Irish and Canadian participants for the newly-extended working holiday programme.
# Back To School
New teachers' salaries down 30 per cent since 2010
Unions hope the government will lift the suspension on new teachers’ allowances in a cabinet meeting next week.
# jobs expo 2012
Large jobs fair announced for May
Jobs at home and abroad will be on offer at the Jobs Expo 2012 at Dublin’s RDS in May.
# europeans
Where Europeans are going in search of jobs
The most popular destinations for citizens from countries like Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Ireland travelling in search of employment.
# Land down under
Forty per cent rise in Australian working holiday visa applications
There’s been a big increase in the numbers of young Irish people applying for Australian visas, while many who are already there are reluctant to return to Ireland.
# Irish Population
Ireland has highest birth rate in the EU
Ireland has both the highest birth and lowest death rate in Europe – but it’s not all good news.