'We don't feel that we are strangers here'

CENSUS STORIES THE POLISH INFLUX:WHEN POLISH-BORN Robert Partyka came to Ireland in 2005 he knew little or nothing about the country that was to become his home – aside from the facts it was English-speaking and there were opportunities for work.

“When I came at the end of 2005 I realised it was a really good time to be here. I saw opportunity here because of the Celtic Tiger, which was at the top at that time,” he says.

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