Block A of Joyce’s Court on Talbot Street, Dublin, which has been purchased by Corum Asset Management

France-based Corum Asset Management has invested a further €14 million in the Dublin commercial property market, buying the Joyce’s Court office and r(...)

 Glenstal Abbey student Sean Fenton(18) from Cork city who suffers from epilepsy: he is repeating his Leaving Cert after suffering a seizure during his history Leaving Cert exam last year. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press

The Leaving Certificate exams are stressful for all students, but particularly for students with medical conditions or learning difficulties. About o(...)

Official figures show that  60 per cent of Leaving Cert students who had an exemption from sitting the Irish exam went on to sit exams in French, German and Spanish. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

More than half of Leaving Cert students who were granted an exemption from studying Irish on the grounds of a learning disability went on to study a (...)

Kate Tobin, a former nun who is living with multiple sclerosis, at her home in Clonroche, Co Wexford. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Kate Tobin, a 51-year-old former nun who worked in the UK as a palliative care nurse for 10 years, is suffering through the latter states of multiple (...)

Two office blocks with four ground-floor retail units in Dublin 1 are quoting more than €15 million through agent CBRE. This would reflect a net initi(...)

Five health charities will receive a prize of €10,000 each in recognition of the impact they have made in their communities.  File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Five health charities will receive a prize of €10,000 each in recognition of the impact they have made in their communities. The GSK Ireland Impact (...)

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland has insisted there are genuine reasons why many of these students are studying a European language. Photograph: Getty Images

Many students who have received exemptions from studying Irish in the Leaving Cert on the basis of learning disabilities have valid reasons for studyi(...)

Last Thursday we heard that a case taken by a dyslexic student against the State Exam Commission (SEC) had been successfully upheld by the High Court.(...)

Bridgette Keane and her son Mark (10) at home in Sutton, Co Dublin. Photograph:  Eric Luke

‘He is in a school yard of about 200 children, with no voice. It’s very difficult.” It’s a stark image that Bridgette Keane conjures up of her non-ve(...)

Gerard Gallagher, at DIT on Mountjoy Square, talks about dyslexia: ‘I’ve learned that the role of parents is hugely important: mine really wanted me to do well.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

College is a good place to have dyslexia. Secondary schools, in general, are less so. Children with dyslexia are in luck if their parents have mone(...)

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