The Philippine Consulate in Dublin has been asked by the Irish Competition and Consumer Protection Commission to advise all concerned of the following advisory:
The Philippine Consulate in Dublin would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Mr Joseph Reid for his voluntary work in the Consulate over the past two years.
On behalf of all Filipinos in Ireland I would like to offer our sincere sympathies and condolences to the families and friends of the six young Irish adults who were cut down in th[...]
Press Release - 18.30, Tuesday 19th May 2015
Mark Congdon, the Honorary Consul of the Philippines in Ireland wishes to confirm as follows.
The Philippine Consulate in Dublin[...]
The Philippine Consulate in Dublin is pleased to announce that from Monday the 3rd February 2014, the Philippine Consulate will open its new permanent office at:
39 Fitzwilliam St[...]
Statement from Eversheds Dublin:
We have all seen the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. It’s going to take massive efforts to help the people there. Evershe[...]
Haiyan Typhoon Appeal
Message from Honorary Consul Mark Congdon
Typhoon Yolanda, known internationally as Typhoon Haiyan, made landfall in the Philippines on Friday the 8th No[...]
Typhoon Yolanda, known Internationally as Typhoon Haiyan, made landfall in the Philippines on Friday the 8th November 2013. Reports indicate that more than four and a half million [...]
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