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3 06, 2015

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on 2015 Building a Grad Nation Report

By | 2015-06-03T21:42:48+00:00 June 3rd, 2015|Education|0 Comments

More young people are graduating from high school today than ever before—and gaps in graduation rates are closing—even as standards are rising. The credit for these gains goes to educators, students, parents and community partners. Yet we know that, in today’s knowledge-based economy, a high school diploma isn’t enough. So while [...]

16 10, 2014

Report finds deficiencies in pre-school care

By | 2014-10-16T14:59:47+00:00 October 16th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Providers of pre-school care facilities failed to comply with one in seven statutory regulations over the 17 months preceding RTÉ's investigation of the sector last year, a new report has found. The report on the quality of pre-school services by the Child and Family Agency TUSLA, examined 3,007 assessments of pre-school service [...]

23 09, 2014

Report finds 35,000 new homes needed in Dublin

By | 2014-09-23T04:16:41+00:00 September 23rd, 2014|Business|0 Comments

A new report on housing needs in Dublin has found that 35,000 new homes will be required in the capital between now and 2018 to satisfy demand. However, the study by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland has said planning approval has been granted for just 26,000 homes, resulting in a [...]

21 09, 2014

Ombudsman not publishing report into alleged abuse

By | 2014-09-21T13:35:06+00:00 September 21st, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

The family and child agency has confirmed it has received a copy of a report by the Ombudsman for Children which examined claims of abuse in a Co Kilkenny school. However, a spokesperson for Tusla said they had only received the report in recent days and it was too early to [...]

20 09, 2014

Minister restates call for GSOC to publish report

By | 2014-09-20T14:48:54+00:00 September 20th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Minister Fitzgerald said the Ombudsman should publish the report as fully as possible Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has said she has confidence in the members of GSOC following demands this week by her predecessor for them to resign.  In a speech to the Dáil on Wednesday Alan Shatter said it was "unacceptable [...]

5 09, 2014

DCC report recommends Poolbeg incinerator proceeds

By | 2014-09-05T16:57:01+00:00 September 5th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Plans for a Poolbeg incinerator, which date back to 1996, have been consistently opposed by locals Work on building the controversial Poolbeg incinerator could start before the end of the year following a recommendation from Dublin City Council management that the €500m development should go ahead.  A report issued today by [...]

3 09, 2014

CPL Resources report record revenues

By | 2014-09-03T04:40:34+00:00 September 3rd, 2014|Business|0 Comments

Recruitment firm CPL Resources has reported a 12% rise in annual revenues to €369.3m and said it expected to perform in line with market expectations in the coming months. Operating profit for the year to the end of June was up 21% to €14.2m. Earnings per share rose by 16% to [...]

20 08, 2014

Varadkar awaiting HSE report on abortion case

By | 2014-08-20T12:41:45+00:00 August 20th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Wednesday 20 August 2014 10.54 The review will look at the operation of the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act The terms of reference of the Health Service Executive internal review into the care provided to a young woman who sought a termination of pregnancy are expected to be published today. [...]

20 08, 2014

No new austerity measures needed – Goodbody report

By | 2014-08-20T05:04:40+00:00 August 20th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Wednesday 20 August 2014 00.14 Goodbody Stockbrokers believes the government's budget plans for 2015 should include pushing ahead with water charges to raise €500m Goodbody Stockbrokers says no new austerity measures will be required in the next budget for the government to hit its deficit target of less than 3% of [...]

1 07, 2014

Removal of Roma child ‘ethnic profiling’ – report

By | 2014-07-01T17:29:34+00:00 July 1st, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Ireland > Crime and Legal Tuesday 01 July 2014 16.24 1 of 2 Emily Logan examined the removal of two Roma children from their families A blonde, blue-eyed child who became known as 'Maria', was found in a Roma camp in Greece A report into the removal of two Roma children [...]