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Life abroad: Documenting emigration

Only one in 10 students was able to tackle the most complex financial tasks on the test.

15-year-olds in 18 countries and economies were asked series of questions to judge ability to solve financial problems

Signs near security in Terminal 5 of Heathrow Airport informing passengers about new restrictions on traveling to the USA. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Passengers travelling through Irish airports will not experience change in security proceedures

Peter McCann: We have 800 cows, on 600 acres. Our day starts at 3.30am, to have the first cows milked by 4.30am

Great place to live and work – with just one huge minus

Minister for Health James Reilly said people with rare diseases and their families were ‘often the leading experts’ and must be central to policymaking. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Patients face long waiting times for diagnoses and problems accessing treatment, Reilly says

The Department of Social Protection has said the changes are aimed at encouraging parents back into work or training. Photograph: Getty Images

Thousands of lone parents whose youngest child is over 7 to lose eligibility for allowance

Although Fampridine, known commercially as Fampyra, is not covered by Health Service Executive-funded drug schemes, it has been provided free to patients for the past 2½ years under a clinical trial by the manufacturer, Biogen. Photograph: Biogen

Fampyra had been provided free for 2½ years under clinical trial by manufacturer Biogen

The two office buildings to be acquired by Green Reit on  Harcourt Street (above) and Harcourt Road are currently being rented to Government tenants.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Buildings on Harcourt Street and Harcourt Road occupied by Government tenants

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said Ireland ‘stood to benefit disproportionately’ from the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the EU and US. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Study finds 8,000 jobs could be created in Ireland under proposed agreement

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