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Many teenage Travellers not returning to school following pandemic closure challenges
Young Travellers found remote schoolwork extra challenging due to lack of access to digital and other resources during the pandemic.
Theresa May insists she will not vote for controversial Brexit legislation
The former prime minister warned the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill will cause “untold damage” to the country’s reputation.
'I'm on call 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week': Family carers stage protest outside the Dáil
Several carers spoke today about the huge amount of work they do looking after loved ones.
Fianna Fáil won't back Sinn Féin's motion to scrap water charges despite... wanting to scrap water charges
The party said it has signed up to an agreement with Fine Gael, which has put an expert commission in place.
Officers "on the breadline" because of pay cuts after attacks from prisoners
“Not everybody is going to go into work, open up a cell door on a Monday morning and get hit with a knife in the back of the head.”
An overwhelming number of people don't support the striking Luas workers
A new poll finds strong opposition to the industrial action by Luas workers over pay.
Controversial 'B' football championship proposal withdrawn as minor grade to become U17
There were also changes made to the inter-county U21 championship at GAA Congress today.
In adult hospital wards, children with mental health issues face 'extreme distress'
Vulnerable minors are not receiving the care and support they deserve, the children’s ombudsman has said.
West Ham striker blasts club's medical staff, admits he wants out of London
He claims the club are keeping him in the dark over his condition.
Decision to cut support funding "difficult" - Ahern
Group ‘Justice for the Forgotten’ could soon cease to exist.