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Friday 31 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Fees

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# Student Protest
Students march against reintroduction of fees
Tens of thousands of students marched through the streets of the capital today – protesting against the possible reintroduction of third level fees or cutting of maintenance grants.
# Students
Thousands of students expected to march against fees
A march is to take place in Dublin today where students and families will descend on Government buildings to protest against the possible re-introduction of third-level fees.
# Dublin Airport
Ryanair hits out at lack of change in Dublin airport fees
Ryanair described the situation as a “DAA monopoly” – but Dublin Airport says that under the regulator’s formula, there is an increase in next year’s price cap, but it has decided not to pass this on to passengers.
# London
Thousands protest in London over student fees
The marchers had planned to link up with an existing protest camp against corporate greed outside St Paul’s Cathedral, but were stopped by lines of police in riot gear.
# Education
Quinn has "started the process" of addressing school costs
These include the cost of school books and the voluntary school fees imposed by some Irish schools.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the State introduce a student loan scheme?
Today we ask you: should a state-funded student loan scheme be introduced?
# School Costs
Parents struggling to cope with education costs
Some parents are being forced to take out loans to pay for uniforms and text books, says the children’s charity Barnardos.
# Fees
End to rip-off flight fees in sight?
The UK’s Office of Fair Trading has called for a ban on debit card surcharges by airline companies.
# Protests
Students to take to the streets over increase in college fees
Up to 25,000 students expected to march in Dublin city centre in protest over planned increase in registration fees.
# Fees
Government tensions over doubling of third-level registration fees
Fianna Fáil reported to be considering raising registration fees by another €1,500, which the USI says will force more students out of education.
# Fees
Return of college fees ruled out
Mary Coughlan says ‘no’.