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Is nidirect a government website?

Is nidirect a government website?

nidirect is the official government website for Northern Ireland citizens. nidirect aims to make it easier to access government information and services. It does this by working closely with Northern Ireland departments and other public bodies to collate key information based on users’ needs.

What records do proni hold?

Some examples include:

  • business records.
  • census records.
  • church records.
  • emigration records.
  • pedigrees and genealogical records.
  • landed Estate records.
  • newspapers.
  • photographs.

Who runs nidirect?

nidirect and the user is a Northern Ireland government website managed by the Executive Information Service, working within the Department of Finance, henceforth referred to as “We”.

What year was the Ulster Covenant signed?

Search and view digitised images of the original signatures of almost half a million men and women who signed the Ulster Covenant or women’s declaration in opposition to Home Rule on 28 September 1912.

Why do I need an nidirect account?

Your nidirect account is needed to access certain online government services. If you have problems registering for or signing in to an nidirect account, contact account support using the details below. If you are registering an account for COVID Certificate Scheme: phone: 0300 200 7814.

How do I contact nidirect?

Contact the AccessNI customer helpline to get advice or help with an application by phone on 0300 200 7888.

Is proni open to the public?

Find out about the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) opening hours and how to get there….PRONI opening hours.

Day Opening hours Document ordering times
Monday 9:30am to 4:00pm 9:30am to 3:30pm
Tuesday 9:30am to 4.00pm 9:30am to 3:30pm

What does proni stand for?

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

How do you reference nidirect?

Equipment for people with disabilities | nidirect Your Bibliography: Nidirect government service. n.d. Equipment for people with disabilities | nidirect. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 26 December 2015].

Where is the Ulster Covenant kept?

Both the Covenant and Declaration are held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI). An online searchable database is available on the PRONI website.

Was the Ulster Covenant signed in blood?

One of the legends of the Ulster Covenant, which celebrates its 100th anniversary on 28 September 2012, is that Major Frederick H Crawford signed it in his own blood.

What is an nidirect account?

You can create a nidirect account to access a number of government applications online. Your account is unique to you and is trusted by services you need to use. You can use your account for the following: COVID Certificate Scheme. DAERA Online Applications.

How do I get a 100 voucher Northern Ireland?

What do I need to apply? You will need an email address and your national insurance number to apply online. When you enter your email address on the NI Direct website you will be emailed a link – don’t forget to check your junk mail. It may take a few minutes for the email containing the link to arrive.

How long are public records kept for?

Personal information. Unless otherwise stated, personal data should not be held for longer than six years after the subject’s last contact with the authority. This period reflects the general time within which, under the Limitation Act 1980, a civil action could be brought before the courts.

How do you reference proni?

PRONI Reference – unique alpha-numeric code particular to an item or level….How the results are displayed

  1. PRONI Reference.
  2. date(s)
  3. title/description.
  4. item – that is if the record level is an ‘item’, a ‘Y’ will display, or else ‘N’ will display.
  5. a link to ‘detailed view’

Where is proni?

PRONI is located in the heart of Belfast’s historic Titanic Quarter and we are only a short walk away from a host of unique visitor attractions, including the world famous Harland and Wolff cranes ‘Samson’ and ‘Goliath’ and the Titanic Belfast(external link opens in a new window / tab) visitor attraction.

Who signed the Ulster Covenant?

Sir Edward Carson was the first person to sign the Covenant at Belfast City Hall with a silver pen, followed by The 6th Marquess of Londonderry (the former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland), representatives of the Protestant churches, and then by Sir James Craig.

Why was UVF created?

In 1913, the militias were organised into the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) and vowed to resist any attempts by the British Government to impose Home Rule on Ulster. Later that year, Irish nationalists formed a rival militia, the Irish Volunteers, to safeguard Home Rule.

How do I register on nidirect?

How to register a birth. A baby can be registered in any District Registration Office in Northern Ireland and must be done in person. You must complete a Birth Registration Form.