We are delighted to host a breakfast event with Mr Jim Daly, TD – Ireland’s Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for Mental Health and Older People – on Wednesday, March 14.
Minister Daly will be visiting New Zealand as part of the St Patrick’s Festival. Join the IBNNZ at this event and get a closer insight into the issues facing Ireland.
Time: March 14, 7am-9am
Venue: Europe House, 56 Wakefield St, Auckland
Tickets: $30. On sale now.
Find out more about the St Patrick’s Festival programme here.
Come along to this free information session and find out what you need to know about making the move back to Ireland from New Zealand.
A joint initiative by the Crosscare Migrant Project and the Consulate General of Ireland, Auckland, New Zealand.
> Returning with non-EEA partners and family members
> Healthcare and social welfare entitlements
> Tax obligations
> Education and employment
> Social and culture factors
> Plus much more…
Venue: Auckland Irish Society, Rocky Nook Ave, Fowlds Park, Morningside, Auckland
Date: Thursday, August 3, 2017
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan, TD.
Minister O’Donovan speaking to the Irish Business Network
Dr Martin Orr and Timothy Orr.
Rodney Walshe, Cathy O’Sullivan, Russell O’Brien and John Lavery.
Rodney Walshe, Breandán Ó Caollaí, Irish Ambassador to New Zealand and Australia; Kathryn O’Shea, IDA Ireland; Minister Patrick O’Donovan, TD; Cathy O’Sullivan, IBNNZ Chair; Honorary Consul General of Ireland Niamh McMahon, and David Eccles, Enterprise Ireland.
Breandán Ó Caollaí, Irish Ambassador to New Zealand and Australia; Honorary Consul General of Ireland Niamh McMahon; Kathryn O’Shea, IDA Ireland, and Minister Patrick O’Donovan, TD;