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(...), in Ireland and abroad. Click here to read more stories Robert (29), a secondary school teacher(...)

Fergus (16) and Nathaniel (23) Ogden. Photograph: RNLI

(...), Fergus going into fifth-year in secondary school - set a target of raising €5,000 for the RNLI. Saddle(...)

Recovering: Aoife Beary, who is still being treated at Santa Clara Valley Medical Centre, Clodagh Cogley, who is back in Ireland, and Niall Murray and Hannah Waters, who are also both still at the Santa Clara centre

(...) ways after secondary school. Family bonds and a childhood as cousins made Olivia and Ashley(...)

Medical scientists supported the proposals by a margin of 82 per cent to 18 per cent. File photograph: Getty Images

(...) the secondary school teachers’ union ASTI urged the organisation’s overall executive to recommend(...)

British chancellor  George Osborne  and French economy minister Emmanuel Macron: the negotiations on the  Greek bailout strengthened the argument of British Eurosceptics. Photograph: Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images 1:04

(...) change or secondary legislation is needed. Cameron is expected to update his party at the Tory(...)

Abdul Khan: ‘I have a great foster family. My English is good. I love it here.’ Photograph: Sara Freund

(...) foster parents, Vivian and Michael, and their four sons, and began secondary school at Marino College in(...)

Philly McMahon dismisses notion that an easy run in Leinster has left Dublin unprepared. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

(...) defend the Dublin goal, he has become increasingly capable of playing a secondary role closer to their(...)

The union, which represents about 1,000 staff in the health service, local authorities, education and semi-State sectors, said its members backed the deal by a margin of 52 per cent to 48 per cent.

(...) secondary school teachers’ union ASTI urged the organisation’s overall executive to recommend rejection of(...)

The Lá Mór na Gaeilge march from Parnell Square to Leinster House, Dublin last year. The placard reads: Tír gan teanga, tír gan anam – a country without a language is a country without a soul. Photograph: Eric Luke

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