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Students sitting the second paper in Higher Level Irish for the Junior Cert on Thursday afternoon encountered a paper that was more difficult than pap(...)

Students sitting the first paper in Higher Level Irish for the Junior Cert on Thursday morning encountered a “very fair paper” that would have pleased(...)

From left:  Katelyn Hart, Miruna Toma, Anna Piela, Andreea Sandy, with Casey Ralph and Geri Dornan, look over the Leaving Cert English paper at Mount Carmel Secondary School,  Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

This year’s higher level English paper one challenged young people to think critically and creatively, according to teachers. For the second year run(...)

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Builders are struggling to hire skilled workers in key trades, hitting their ability to finish houses and infrastructure on time, a new study shows. (...)

The two-hour paper is broken into three sections. Photograph: iStockphoto

There were no surprises in this morning’s Junior Cert Paper 1 in Irish which was described by teachers as being “very much in line” with previous year(...)

Junior cert students from left; Elizabeth Constantineanu, Sureksha Sukumaran and Aisling Incze  at Mount Carmel Secondary School, King’s Inns Street, Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Junior Cert students who who sat their second Irish exam of the day faced a much more challenging paper which required a wide and flexible vocabulary,(...)

Dublin singer Imelda May (centre) featured in the Ordinary Level paper. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Students at St Michael’s Community College in Kilmihil, Co Clare, were “very happy” with the Higher Level Junior Cycle Paper 1 in Irish. Teacher Rut(...)

In the context of major stories - water charges, Charlie Hebdo, marriage equality referendum were all topics students could have written about. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Higher level Irish students who prepared well for the oral Irish exam were doubly rewarded with a paper that was rich in the issues of the day, accord(...)