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Register of Donor Conceived Person To Address Issues Related to Birth Registration.

Minister for Health signs orders for the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 Parts 2 and 3 concerned with the rights of children conceived through the use of donor embryos or gametes.

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Civil Registration Service 2018 Report: Irish Births Deaths & Marriages Now

Births, deaths, no mention of taxes but at least one reference to Brexit - the 2018 Annual Report of the Civil Registration Service is out....

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Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave in Ireland To Be Extended By Two Weeks

New legislation will provide for extra paid parental leave for each parent of a child who is born, or adopted, from 1 November 2019....

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Over 10,000 Irish Passport Applications A Month Submitted From The UK

More than 10,000 people living in Great Britain and Northern Ireland have applied for an Irish passport every month this year so far, new figures show....

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Maid of Honor shows up to wedding in T. Rex Costume after being told she could wear anything

A maid of honor showed up to her sister's wedding in a dinosaur costume because she wanted something she could wear more than once.......

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Meet Ireland's First Wedding “Doula”

Your big day should be among the happiest days of your life, but too often the stresses attached to the big event can take over, writes Kirsty Blake Knox. Step in wedding doula, Anne Gill..

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Medieval Dublin: Small, Smelly, Busy & Holy

In his new book Peadar Slattery details social life in Medieval Dublin from 1450 to 1540.....

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'Hugely significant’ Finds of Rare French Artifacts Found During Excavations in Co Meath

They now believe the site to have been the home of a 13th Century medieval monastic farm associated with the French Cistercian foundation of De Bello Becco (Beaubec)

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The Missing: Bill Ends 7 Year Wait for Presumption of Death

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan's Bill passed to allow families of missing persons presumed dead will no longer have to wait seven years to deal with their estates.....

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Long Gone Occupations Revealed in Irish Deaths Records from 1878 Available Free Online

Death certificates from 1878 to 1968 are now accessible for free on Irish Genealogy and these old records reveal some long gone occupations...

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