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David Norris On 40 Years of Saving North Great George’s Street

This Georgian Street was in the doldrums in 1979 until a preservation society was formed.....

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What Is Ireland's Divorce Referendum About?

It's over two decades since divorce was legalised in Ireland, and voters will go to the polls again in the coming months to vote on reducing the four-year wait for divorce to two years....

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Don't Panic! Don't Panic About Your Irish Passport Application!

If you live in the UK and are applying for an Irish passport for the first time, there's no need to panic as the Brexit drama rolls on...

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A Marriage Certificate: A Key to Finding Irish Birth Records

Marriage Certificates can be a valuable tool for people seeking out details on Irish relatives. Read more here....

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Long & Short Birth Certificates? What is the difference?

People are regularly confused by the terms "long form" Birth Certificates and "Short" Birth Certificates. But how do they differ?

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Mystery Surrounds Burren Settlement Excavated by Archaeologists

Evidence of 160 huts and two labyrinthine enclosures for spiritual or ritual gathering discovered......

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A Simple Guide to Applying for An Irish Passport & Citizenship

With the approach of Brexit - deal or no deal - there has been a substantial interest from the UK of people seeking to obtain an Irish passport.....

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History of Dublin's Finest Victorian Building Revealed

The hidden history of one of Dublin’s most influential and ground-breaking Victorian buildings has been revealed in a new multidisciplinary project at Trinity College Dublin.....

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Merry Christmas & A Peaceful New Year......

The Civil Certificates Office is now closed for Christmas....

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300,000 Irish Passport Applications If UK Has No Deal Brexit

A massive 40pc hike in passport applications is expected next year under the Irish Government's contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit.......

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