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Kilkenny couple live happily ever after

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Kilkenny couple Gráinne Howley and Matthew Donnellan last Saturday celebrated their €30,000 “Gold Wedding” from goldenpages.ie. The couple won the wedding in May this year as part of a campaign to highlight the many resources that can be found on goldenpages.ie.

LEGAL MATTERS

My partner and I are expecting our first child in a few months time. I know that she is entitled to maternity leave but is my employer obliged to give me additional time off work when our baby is born? Also, I would like to attend medical appointments with her. Are fathers entitled to time off work to attend such appointments?

LEGAL MATTERS

My partner and I are expecting our first child in a few months time. I know that she is entitled to maternity leave but is my employer obliged to give me additional time off work when our baby is born? Also, I would like to attend medical appointments with her. Are fathers entitled to time off work to attend such appointments?

Parenting alone

Ballina Family Resource Centre will be running a six-week programme for parents who are parenting alone. This programme will be held on Wednesday mornings 10am to 12 noon.

CSO figures show average age of bride and groom continues to rise

New statistics from the CSO on marriages in Ireland show that the number of marriages registered in the country in 2007 was 22,756, which equates to an average marriage rate of 5.2 per 1,000 of the population. This compares with a total of 22,089 and a similar marriage rate of 5.2 per thousand in 2006.

Parenting course

Cúram Family Support is facilitating a six-week Common Sense Parenting programme for parents of children aged six to 16 years, starting on Wednesday September 15 from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Parenting course

Cúram Family Support is facilitating a six-week Common Sense Parenting programme for parents of children aged six to 16 years, starting on Wednesday September 15 from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Civil registration service to be restored to Mayo

Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny has welcomed confirmation from the Health Service Executive that the civil registration service in Mayo will be restored. The former registrar for the county has retired recently and any ceremonies were carried out with assistance from registrars in other neighbouring counties; however, this was unable to continue because of the workload involved. Many hotels throughout County Mayo cater for civil ceremonies and it was undoubtedly having a negative impact when no registrar was in place to perform the ceremonies. An existing staff member will be redeployed to the civil registration service and they will commence covering the area on Monday, 16 August 2010.

Top tips from Team Wedding

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This week Team Wedding at the Bloomfield House Hotel are top tipping it with all you need to know on planning your big day. The Bloomfield finds the following timeline to work well, and more importantly, to leave plenty of stress-free time before the big day to simply enjoy.

Parenting alone?

The Le Chéile Family Resource Centre in Castlebar will start meetings in the centre soon for people who are parenting alone.

 

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