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Fiona DillonThe construction studies higher level paper gave students plenty of scope to shine, with a nice range of questions.
Fiona Dillon A question about the Roman army was the trickiest one for students of classical studies.
Fiona Dillon Leaving Cert students would have found it challenging to complete the German Higher level paper in time this morning, but the questions were considered “fair”.
Fiona Dillon An increasing number of older people are fearful they will not have enough money in their retirement, according to Age Action.
Fiona Dillon A Dublin couple have told of their frustration at new demands being made by the CervicalCheck helpline for information, weeks after they first contacted it.
Fiona Dillon Myrtle Allen has been remembered as a "trailblazer" and an iconic figure in the Irish food industry, in warm tributes following her passing.
Fiona Dillon and David Raleigh Exam fatigue may be setting in but Leaving Certificate student Ben Browne raced toward the examination hall at Ardscoil Rís, Limerick, to sit the maths paper.
Fiona Dillon and Conor Kane Leaving Cert students gave a warm reception to their second English paper, as they continue to sit their exams in scorching temperatures.
Fiona Dillon and Eoin Molloy Students around the country breathed a sigh of relief as, after months of dread, they have their first Leaving Cert exam done and dusted.
Fiona Dillon Baby Cooper Edmonds could not wait to reach hospital and made his grand entrance into the world in the back of a car.
Fiona Dillon Social media platforms which are not subject to any form of regulation represent a significant threat to press freedom, the chairman of the Press Council of Ireland has warned.
Fiona Dillon Dublin mum Suzanne Roche (34) has revealed she was diagnosed with cancer when she was 17 weeks' pregnant with her first child.
Allison Bray and Fiona Dillon Almost one in five students from disadvantaged schools do not progress to third-level education beyond their first year, compared to just one in 10 students who went to fee-paying schools, a new...
Fiona Dillon Nearly 1,000 new special needs assistants (SNAs) will be appointed this year.
Fiona Dillon Schools have implemented a ban on students running in the yard because they are so fearful of accidents happening, according to teaching unions.
Fiona Dillon Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger seemed to get a lot of satisfaction out of trying a brew on a hot afternoon in Dublin.
Fiona Dillon Leinster supporters turned out in their droves to welcome their all-conquering heroes after Champions Cup success.
Kathy Armstrong and Fiona Dillon Abortion can be "much more difficult" for women to recover from than rape, a Catholic bishop has claimed.
Kathy Armstrong and Fiona Dillon ABORTION is sometimes "far worse" than rape for women, a Catholic bishop has claimed.
Fiona Dillon The brother of a woman who died from cervical cancer believes that she was one of the two women who were informed about the misdiagnosis in their smear tests.
Fiona Dillon The brother of a woman in her forties who died from cervical cancer believes that she was one of the two women who were informed about incorrect smear tests prior to their diagnosis.
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