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# covid19
HSE opens Covid vaccine registration for all children aged 5-11
The HSE said appointments are expected to be offered soon after registration.
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# Delay
'Desperate' parents paying double to get birth certs via private companies amid registration delays
Private companies are capitalising on long delays in the birth registration system.
Parents are paying private companies more than twice the going rate to get birth certs for their children, Órla Ryan reports
There are long delays in registering children's births in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow
This is having a knock-on effect on them being issued with birth certs and applying for social welfare benefits
# late registration
Varane to miss Man United's curtain-raiser as defender's transfer hasn't been finalised
The France international has yet to be registered by the Premier League club despite an agreement being reached with Real Madrid on 27 July.
# rollout
Online vaccine booking portal will open tomorrow for those aged 45 to 49
The HSE expects that some people in this cohort will be able to receive a first dose before the end of the month.
# jared kushner
Trump's son-in-law has been registered as a female voter for 8 years - reports
The screenshot, published by Wired, is not the first time the young statesman has fallen foul of bureaucracy.
# Compulsory
New laws could curb disputes over wills in Ireland
The Registration of Wills Bill 2016 will introduce compulsory registration of wills in the country.
# Microchips
Microchipping your dog will be the law next week
Owners will be subject to €5,000 fines if their dogs are unchipped.
# Safety First
Own a drone or buying one for Christmas? You have to register it from today
And the focus behind the new legislation is very much on safety.
Over 4,000 people are registering with Irish Water every day
The figures were revealed by Brendan Howlin in the Dáil this morning.
# Irish Water
Here's how many people have signed up to pay water charges
Have you registered?
# Beep beep
We're buying a lot of new cars... the most since 2009
It’s the first time in 5 years new car sales have reached over 95,000.
# licence to beard
Belvedere College is asking 6th year students to register their beards
But all is not as it seems…
# Ballsbridge
Gardaí search for pair who attacked a woman as they stole her car in broad daylight
The hijacking pair assaulted the woman outside her apartment in Dublin 4. Her car has since been found by gardaí.
# who are you
Most of 500,000 identity cards in Ireland issued to social welfare claimants
Almost 239,000 of these cards have been issued in Dublin.
# European elections
'If you've got no vote, you've got no voice' - MEP pushes election registration
Fine Gael’s Jim Higgins said we fought ‘long and hard’ for our democracy and people should participate in it.
# motors
Increase of 17% in new private cars licensed in September
Volkswagen was the most popular make of new vehicle licensed in September.
# ticeadí
Here's how to get tickets to this year's Toy Show
Registration is now open, get on it.
# Property Tax
Over 1.5 million property tax returns submitted by 8pm deadline
Revenue chairwoman Josephine Feehily says enforcement procedures will be needed against “less than 5 per cent” of homes.
# Property Tax
You've less than 10 hours to file your property tax return, 1.5m already have
Having extended the deadline for filing the return online to 8pm this evening, Revenue reports that 1.5 million had registered to pay as of midnight last night.
# Magdalenes
Survivor guide published for Magdalene women applying to Commission
The guide for survivors is published ahead of a report by a former High Court judge into how the State can best provide redress and support for the women.
# Septic Tank
Today is the final day for septic tank registration
Those who do not register face a fine of up to €5,000.
# Vroom vroom
Graphs: Here's how car-crazy Ireland was in 2000
Figures compiled by the All-Ireland Research Observatory show just how much car sales in Ireland spiked (especially in 2000) – but how they fell sharply in the crash.
# Donations
New guidelines reduce maximum donations to political parties
The guidelines also address corporate donations to parties and include strict rules on transparency.
# Immigration
Price hike for immigration fee criticised
The Immigrant Council of Ireland has said the €300 fee is ‘unfair and unjust’.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the number 13 be taken off car licence plates next year?
The Government is considering taking the number 13 from the start of number plates because people consider it unlucky. Good idea? Bad idea?
# Vroom vroom
The most popular type of car licensed in Ireland last month? Volkswagen
The number of cars licensed in July dropped by more than 10 per cent compared to the same month last year.
# septic tanks
1.65 per cent of septic tanks registered within first four weeks
The number of registrations for mandatory inspections remains low, almost a month into the special €5 window.
# septic tanks
Registration for septic tank inspections begins
It will cost €5 to register a septic tank between now and 28 September, and €50 after that date, until 1 February 2013.