Emergency medical cards https://www.citizensinformation.ie/health/medical_cards_and_gp_visit_cards/emergency_medical_card.html
In certain emergency situations, a healthcare professional can apply for you to get a medical card known as an emergency medical card.
Leave for parents https://www.citizensinformation.ie/employment/employment_rights_and_conditions/leave_and_holidays/leave_for_parents.html
Overview of the different types of statutory leave entitlements available for working parents.
Detention after arrest https://www.citizensinformation.ie/justice/arrests/detention_after_arrest.html
What is the legal basis for detaining you after you have been arrested?
Rent increases in private rented housing https://www.citizensinformation.ie/housing/renting_a_home/rent_increases.html
There are detailed rules governing the review and raising of private rents.
Part-Time Job Incentive Scheme https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/social_welfare_payments_and_work/part_time_job_incentive_scheme.html
The Part-Time Job Incentive (PTJI) Scheme allows certain long-term unemployed people to take up part-time work and get a special weekly allowance instead of their jobseeker’s payment.
How parents' income can affect Supplementary Welfare Allowance https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/irish_social_welfare_system/means_test_for_social_welfare_payments/how_parents_income_can_affect_supplementary_welfare_allowance.html
Your parents' income may be taken into account when you apply for Supplementary Welfare Allowance. Find out how the ‘benefit and privilege’ you get from living with your parents is assessed.
Tallaght Citizens Information Centre https://centres.citizensinformation.ie/centre.php?cic=Tallaght+CIC
How parents' income can affect Jobseeker's Allowance https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/irish_social_welfare_system/means_test_for_social_welfare_payments/how_parents_income_can_affect_jobseekers_allowance.html
Your parents' income may be taken into account when you apply for Jobseeker's Allowance. Find out how the ‘benefit and privilege’ you get from living with your parents is assessed.
Supplementary Welfare Allowance https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/supplementary_welfare_schemes/supplementary_welfare_allow.html
Supplementary Welfare Allowance is a payment to people that have no income. Outlines the conditions for entitlement to basic Supplementary Welfare Allowance including the means test.
Youth Employment Support Scheme (YESS) https://www.citizensinformation.ie/employment/unemployment_and_redundancy/employment_support_schemes/national_internship_scheme.html
The Youth Employment Support Scheme (YESS) is no longer available. You may be interested in the new Work Placement Experience Programme (WPEP).
Part-Time Job Incentive Scheme for the Self-Employed https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/social_welfare_payments_and_work/part_time_job_incentive_scheme_for_self_employed.html
The Part-Time Job Incentive Scheme for the Self-Employed (PTSE) is a new scheme for self-employed people getting a jobseeker’s payment or the COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) and earning over €960 in an 8 week period.
Bereavement and childbirth https://www.citizensinformation.ie/birth_family_relationships/miscarriage_and_stillbirth/bereavement_and_childbirth.html
There is a range of services and supports in Ireland for those who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Crime scenes https://www.citizensinformation.ie/justice/evidence/crime_scenes.html
There are rules in Ireland about how the scene of a serious crime is preserved and investigated. Read about these rules and what happens if the crime scene is on private property or in a public place.
Work breaks and rest periods https://www.citizensinformation.ie/employment/employment_rights_and_conditions/hours_of_work/rest_periods_and_breaks.html
Find out about what work breaks and rest periods you are entitled to by law.
Registering a stillbirth https://www.citizensinformation.ie/birth_family_relationships/miscarriage_and_stillbirth/registering_stillbirth.html
All stillbirths occurring in Ireland since 1 January 1995 may be registered. Find out what you will need to register the birth and how to get a stillbirth certificate.
Categories of motor vehicles and minimum age of drivers https://www.citizensinformation.ie/travel_and_recreation/motoring_1/driver_licensing/categories_of_motor_vehicles_and_minimum_age_of_drivers_in_ireland.html
Motor vehicles in Ireland are divided into different categories for driver licensing purposes. Information is provide on categories of vehicles and the minimum age you need to be in order to legally drive them.
Irish Coast Guard https://www.citizensinformation.ie/government_in_ireland/security_and_emergency_services/irish_coast_guard.html
The objective of the Irish Coast Guard is to reduce the loss of life on Ireland’s seas, lakes, rivers, coastal and remote areas.
Admission to a psychiatric hospital https://www.citizensinformation.ie/health/health_services/mental_health/admission_to_a_psychiatric_hospital.html
There are certain rules about voluntary and involuntary admissions to psychiatric hospitals and units.
Jobseeker's Allowance https://www.citizensinformation.ie/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/unemployed_people/jobseekers_allowance.html
A means-tested payment to people who are unemployed and looking for work.
Adoptive leave https://www.citizensinformation.ie/employment/employment_rights_and_conditions/leave_and_holidays/adoptive_leave.html
People who adopt children may be entitled to leave from employment. This leave is called adoptive leave. Find out what this means and how to apply.