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Building Site Accident Claims *

It is essential to take all necessary safety precautions on a building site as by their nature present challenges to working safety on a daily basis. Building sites have the highest injury rates of all working environments by a considerable margin. Employers of building sites have a responsibility to ensure

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania L. Linkevičius: “The issue of Ireland is the issue of entire EU”

On 5 September, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius met with the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney, who came to Vilnius. They discussed opportunities for strengthening bilateral cooperation, relevant issues on the European Union and NATO’s agenda, the situation in eastern Europe, preparations

Mieli Tautiečiai, Laikraštis “LIETUVIS” kviečia Meistrų Pasaulio Čempionate, kuris šiais metais vyks Malagoje rugsėjo 4-16 d., palaikyti vilnietę Snežaną Bechtiną (mados pasaulyje žinomą kaip Ana Zens), kuri nuo 2005 m. gyvena ir dirba Dubline. Snežana aktyviai sportuoja ir yra laimėjusi ne vieną čempionatą. Palaikome ją  instagram: Snez Ana Champion: @snezana_champion. (Laikraštis “Lietuvis” jau

Culture is Catching

Lithuanian Embassy in Dublin invites you to learn about creativity and artistic potential of Lithuanians living in Ireland. Traditional folk music, dancing and poetry will be presented. Crafts workshop including wood carving, paper crafting, candle making, baking an authentic rye bread or printing traditional Easter eggs will highlight proximity between

Champions of the international synthetic Vilnius iGEM is organizing aBioHackathon: Lab Issues on 3-5 August in Vilnius

Decode biology! Champions of the international synthetic Vilnius iGEM is organizing aBioHackathon: Lab Issues on 3-5 August in Vilnius. 48 hours of hacking will be dedicated to developing projects that could improve the quality of scientific experiments. Gather a team and compete with local and international IT and life sciences enthusiasts from Sweden,

How to spend a weekend in Vilnius, Lithuania’s hipster capital

Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, is a gem of boutique vintage shops, pocket-sized microbreweries and an historic old town characterised by cobblestone streets and baroque and neoclassical churches. Today, the city has a thriving arts and food scene, numerous museums and, in the tongue-in-cheek, self-declared Republic of Uzupis, a healthy sense

Cavan’s Lithuanistic school „Gintarėlis“ (“Amber”) turns 10!

Our school has turned 10 years old! Just… 10 years old? We asked that ourselves and our friends from various Irish cities who came to congratulate the school and celebrate our anniversary on the 27th of May. Is our school, which just turned 10, big or still very small? We