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Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked that €7,700 Rolex watch gifted by UAE be donated
The Rolex had been given to the Ceann Comhairle by the President of the Federal National Council of the UAE, Dr Amal Al Qubaisi.
Opinion: Ireland's brightest kids may never fulfill their potential as most schools don't do enough to challenge them
Despite our policy of focusing on the smart economy and jobs in technology – no strategy exists to promote the learning of our brightest students, writes Colm O’Reilly.
Here's the suss on the British influencer drama over new super strict guidelines on #sponcon
The Advertising Standards Authority is clamping down on opaque brand deals.
This ethical Irish Christmas fair will sort your shopping in one swift afternoon
There’s loads of lovely stuff here.
Sonny Bill Williams explains why he gave his RWC medal to a young fan
The All Blacks centre gave his medal away after the World Cup final.
Stuck for a unique gift? Here's what to get the person who has everything
Because we all know at least one.
"We all have a particular talent - but it's one with a bad reputation"
Every year, thousands of academically above-average students attend the Centre for Talented Youth in DCU. Here, four teenagers explains what it means to them.
"Are smart kids misrepresented in the media? Definitely."
Thousands of academically above-average students attend the Centre for Talented Youth every year. Here, three teenagers explain what it means to them.
How are gifted young people cared for in Ireland?
TheJournal.ie spoke to the Irish Centre for Talented Youth to debunk some of the myths surrounding exceptionally-abled children and young people in Ireland.