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Wednesday 22 March 2023

# register

Last year
# Dáil
Investigation: TDs who own rental property but haven't declared rental income
One TD registered 18 properties and no rental income.
TDs are required to declare any additional incomes above €2,600.
Six TDs did not mention any rental income, despite their declaration of ownership of rental properties.
A seventh said he had declared rental income correctly but this was not reflected.
'Unacceptable': Sinn Féin warn Meath TD over lapse in rental property RTB registration
Fianna Fáilers were uneasy about Troy staying, but didn't expect him to fall so soon
# quick fix
Barcelona raise an additional €100m in race to register new signings
The cash-strapped Catalan club have sold part of their media production unit.
# register
Open Newsroom Invitation: Ireland and The EU at 50 years
Join us at 1pm this Thursday to see how it started… and how it’s going.
All time
# register
Raped at 11: 'Why wasn't I told my attacker tried to be taken off the Sex Offenders Register?'
Amy Gilligan (28) heard that her attacker was appealing to be removed from the register through word of mouth.
# Eighth Amendment
The deadline to register to vote is today, here's what you need to know
It’s not too late to register but you need to get your skates on.
# vote vote vote
Here's how to register to vote in the Eighth Amendment referendum
Time is running out.
# Check the Register
How to get ready to vote in the Eighth Amendment referendum
We have everything you need to know.
# Credit Report
You can now view your own credit report for loans over €500
The register was formed as part of the EU/IMF bailout programme.
# check it
Saturday is the last day to get on the electoral register
The push was on because we are due a referendum next year – but with talk of a possible election on the way, it’s also an important thing to check.
# the happy couple
Wayne and DJ will be one of Ireland's first same-sex couples to get married later today
Today is the first day same-sex couple can get married around the country.
# citizens database
Going on holidays? You might have forgotten to tell somebody
But there’s still time.
# D-Day
Did you make the voter registration deadline? A lot of people tried
Queues were spotted at local council offices.
# Tick tock
You WON'T be fined for not registering with Irish Water by midnight
It’s understood another deadline will be put in place so households will be able to avail of the €100 water conservation grant.
# licence to beard
Belvedere College is asking 6th year students to register their beards
But all is not as it seems…
# Jail
Carlow mother of six released from Mountjoy after being jailed for not paying homeschooling fine
She was taken from her home this morning and did not resist arrest.
# state files
Here's a list of maternity homes in Ireland in 1947
Under the Maternity Homes Act 1934 every local authority in Ireland had to register the maternity homes in the county with the Department of Health.
# Mark Your Card
Countdown's over (finally), here's what you need to vote today
You don’t need a polling card, but might need some ID.
# rock the vote
Are you on the electoral register? Time is running out to get on it
The deadline to register is this Tuesday.
# New Rules
Thirty teachers risk being struck off the payroll for failing to register
Teachers must be registered with the Teaching Council in order to be paid a salary by the State.
# Search
Adoption Explainer: What’s the first step to take if you want to trace your parents
There are a couple of routes you can take, says the Adoption Authority of Ireland, but added there are delays, so you should start your search as soon as possible.
# Vote
Do you plan on voting next year? It’s time to check you’re on the register
The deadline for inspection of the Draft Register of Electors is the 25 November. Are you on it?
Column: In order to protect the vulnerable, Ireland needs a domestic violence register
Domestic violence affects women, men, children and our elderly. Victims and their families should have the right to learn about the background of an abusive partner before it’s too late, writes Rita Harling.
# Deadline
1.35 million have filed property tax returns so far
By midnight last night, the number stood at 1.35 million – but that will increase throughout today as the deadline looms.
# Household charge
Are you one in four people who have yet to pay your household charge?
The charge can still be paid up until 30 June 2013.
# iPhone 5
iPhone 5 available in Ireland from September 28
There were huge queues outside the Apple stores worldwide that began selling the iPhone 5 today.
# septic tanks
Last weeks to register your septic tank for €5
If you don’t register your septic tank before or on 28 September, the price jumps from €5 to €50.
# register
Health workers blast €295 "employment tax"
Social workers, physiotherapists and eleven other professions are facing the statutory registration charge by next year.