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The Institute of Education, the State’s largest grind school, is one of many which feels it has been penalised under the new process. Photograph: Brendan Duffy

With fees in excess of €7,000 per student, full-time grind schools have always justified their cost on the basis that their results speak for themselv(...)

The Institute of Education, based on Dublin’s Leeson Street, has written to the Government asking it to broaden the grounds for appeal for this year’s Leaving Cert pupils. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The country’s biggest grind school says “serious flaws” in the calculated grades process for Leaving Cert students led to almost half of its teachers’(...)

St Kilian’s Deutsche Schule. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A south Dublin secondary school is seeking an investigation into how its Leaving Cert results were calculated after it received significantly fewer to(...)

One Ballyfermot resident said the activity is ‘terrifying for pets and older people’.

Fireworks, being let off on a nightly basis and fired at people and homes, have become a “massive problem” across Dublin, residents and elected repres(...)

The Covid closures left 623 Paddy Power shops with a total loss of £10m  in the first half of the year. Photograph: Getty Images

Merger costs contributed to a 70 per cent first-half fall in profits at Paddy Power and Betfair owner Flutter Entertainment to €27 million, the gambli(...)

Boole House comprises a three-storey, 42,000sq ft Grade A office block and 119 car parking spaces.

The Layden Group looks set to secure a significant return on its investment in a south Dublin office building which it acquired in the depths of the f(...)

A four-year delay in taking proceedings means a case against developer Greg Kavanagh over allegedly unpaid loans will not go on the Commercial Court list. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A property investor is suing developer Greg Kavanagh for €6.4 million over alleged default on a debt related to loans to his company and personal guar(...)

GAA president John Horan said staging of the celebration at Croke Park fully supported the organisation’s commitment to inclusion. Photograph: Norman McCloskey/Inpho

Croke Park is to host a celebration of the Muslim festival of Eid after members of a Dublin mosque requested use of the GAA venue to accommodate a lar(...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: said he hopes that “before next weekend, when Sunday Mass reopens, some flexibility will have emerged”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Parishes should “manage scrupulously” the safety of people at Masses on Monday morning when churches reopen for the first time in over three months, C(...)

Several companies who traditionally run camps have decided not to do so in 2020, and a few others are still in the process of deciding whether hosting camps is feasible. Photograph: Getty Images

Every year, the number of summer camps – types and locations – across the island has increased steadily. At least, that was the trend until this year.(...)

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