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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# mid-term break

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Public health officials ‘not anticipating’ advising Government to keep schools shut
There have been five further deaths related to Covid-19 and an additional 720 confirmed cases in Ireland.
'No decision made' on extension to school mid-term break to curb virus
Government sources say the move is being considered as an option but no decision has been made.
Event Guide: One of the world's tallest ships in Dublin and other interesting things to see and do
There is no shortage of things to do this weekend.
Tyrrelstown schools hit by structural problems to remain closed until Thursday
The schools had hoped that they would be able to reopen today.
'A terrible shock to the community': Two schools to remain closed today over structural issues
St Luke’s and Tyrrelstown Educate Together will remain closed today, with Wednesday the likely return date.
A tense title race, battling for Europe and avoiding the drop - League of Ireland mid-term report cards
Here’s how each of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division’s 10 clubs got on in the first half of 2018.
Tell us: do you do anything special with your kids over the Easter Holidays?
We’ve got some inspiration for you right here.
7 things you'll definitely hear this mid term break
Next thing you know, it’ll be Christmas.
7 reasons why school holidays were the best thing ever
Rainbow Rapids, cartoons and endless days of freedom.
5 reasons why adults should have mid-term breaks too
Fight the fear… watch Jeremy Kyle… stay in bed.
VIDEO: TDs agree to give themselves next week off
A rare moment of unanimity in the Dáil chamber…
Orla Tinsley: Honesty about death and purpose in life
The Seamus Heaney poem ‘Mid-term Break’ always resonated with cystic fibrosis rights campaigner Orla Tinsley – and made her realise that life, though fragile, can be “calculated and powerful”.