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Question: I was born in London and I have an Irish passport. I am getting married later this year in Dublin. I have been told that I must provide a birth certificate with an apostille stamp. My Irish fiancé has not been asked to produce this certificate. Why is this?
The development of “a unique public space” in Mullingar is a step closer after Mullingar area councillors agreed to set aside €25,000 to research the project.
Christmas is a time for family, for friends, for spirituality and for reflection. But for many it is a challenging time when that very reflection leads many people to think about the year just gone, lost loved ones and financial pressures that the season invariably brings.
Kilkenny Citizens Information Centre is extending its opening hours at 4 The Parade - starting Tuesday November 2, when there will be late opening on Tuesdays up to 7pm.
A money advisor from the North Mayo Money Advice and Budgeting Service will be in attendance in the Citizens Information Centre, Belmullet, on Thursday January 22 from 10.30am to 1pm.
Mayo Citizens Information Service will hold an outreach on Wednesday April 22 at the Cosgallen Office, the Enterprise Centre, Airport Road, Charlestown from 9.45am to 11.30am. The service is free and confidential and a wide range of areas are covered including consumer rights, employment rights, social welfare, taxation and disability information. For further information contact Cosgallen CDP, Charlestown on 094 925 5070.