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(...) secondary schools want to meet Irish second- and third-level students, offering a chance to study in China(...)

Minister for Enterprise Richard Bruton: the Republic’s consumer law as it stood had ‘too many rules in some areas and too few or none at all in other areas’. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

(...) of overlapping legislation at primary, secondary and European level.”He said the law as it stood had(...)

While it is early days and the consumer rights Bill unveiled by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton  has a long road to travel before it becomes law, it is a promising move in the right direction. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

(...) consumers and businesses by replacing the confusing primary, secondary and European laws.It will bring Irish(...)

(...) online? Secondary market websites like Roomer ( and Cancelon ( allow you to(...)

(...) conjunction with Irish Aid, are Shane Healy (primary school); Anne Wambua (secondary school); Mary O(...)

Derek Davis with Rose of Tralee contestants in 1996. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) talented artist. ‘On the fence’ He attended primary school at Bangor Grammar and secondary at St(...)

(...) school teacher with Derry roots. After secondary schooling at Fortwilliam Dominican College in Belfast(...)

 A secondary school exam hall. The junior cycle reform deal agreed this week seems to satisfy both teachers unions and the Department of Education. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

(...) trouble of closing the State’s secondary schools for two days as part of strike action?The unions(...)

Teachers will assess own their students in two classroom-based projects for each subject under the latest junior cycle reform plan published on Friday and signed by Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A compromise reform plan for the junior cycle will “deliver the best of both worlds” for secondary(...)

TUI president Gerry Quinn and ASTI president and Philip Irwin, who were both part of the negotiating team on Junior Cert reform. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The unions representing secondary teachers are holding separate meetings today to decide whether(...)