Lucille O’Mahony, a third-class pupil of Guardian Angels National School, Blackrock, Co Dublin, is leading a campaign against the rule that girls must wear skirts. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

What is the biggest annoyance for school students? Homework? Bullying? Having to go to school in the first place? In fact, according to the Irish Sec(...)

A garda on duty at the cordoned off entrance to the Regency Hotel, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

(...)-scene tape. A temporary reception desk was set up at a secondary exit and it was business as usual as(...)

Papers dealing with the State’s response to the outbreak of violence in the North in 1969:  by investing in a digital archive, State departments will be able to transfer emails, business files, digital images and other electronic records to the National Archives. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...). Certifying officers in Government departments need guidance; however, in the absence of secondary legislation(...)

John Hennessy: “Growth at third-level will be phenomenal between now and 2030 given the demographics of the country”

(...).” There are a range of obstacles in the way. Interest groups in primary and secondary tend to shout(...)

Out of reach: “It’s completely unaffordable for a single person today on average earnings to purchase a house,” says Annette Hughes of the DKM economic consultancy. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

(...) any meaningful level of new-build activity a very depressed secondary market causes a lot of trouble(...)

(...), a Church of Ireland secondary school, and regularly attended board meetings and other school(...)

Maureen Hegarty, who has died aged 94, was a formidable secondary teacher and a leader of the(...)

From left to right, Isolde Johnson, co-founder of Cool Beans; Maria Byrne, co-founder of Mor Irish Gin; Ronan O Dalaigh, CEO SedCo and moderator, Ronan Costello, Public Policy Team Twitter. Photograph: Katie O'Neill

(...) secondary school following the closure of the school shop. He told the summit that there is an onus on the(...)

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland  has said it is deeply concerned over what it termed the precarious employment status and income poverty of new and recent entrants to the teaching profession. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Teachers in about 350 secondary schools are planning to stage a one-day strike on Wednesday(...)

‘If I had my way I would bring consent workshops into secondary schools as well, and instil in our youth only the power of saying ’no’.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) workshops for incoming first- years. If I had my way I would bring consent workshops into secondary(...)