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20 May 2022 - BBC
HMYOI Werrington inmates tell inspectors they are not confident staff there can keep them safe.
20 May 2022 - The Independent
A petition against the proposed changes has reached almost 60,000 signatures.
20 May 2022 - BBC News
The EA receives about three queries a month from schools about support for transgender pupils.
20 May 2022 - RTE News
The Chief Executive of the National Council for Special Education has said there are "roughly 160" children nationally who do not have a special educational needs place in school, and that they do not have an exact figure for how many must...
20 May 2022 - Irish Independent
The Government is working on proposals to target the rising cost of childcare and public transport, the Tanaiste has told the Dail.
20 May 2022 - BBC
The family of Natasha Abrahart is taking civil action against the University of Bristol.
20 May 2022 - RTE News
The Freedom of Galway is to be awarded this afternoon to Patricia Burke Brogan, and posthumously to Ena McEntee, who both worked to protect and assist residents of the former Magdelene Laundry in Galway during the 1960s.
20 May 2022 - RTE News
The Garda Commissioner has accepted a finding by the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission that gardaí failed to properly investigate sexual abuse allegations.
20 May 2022 - RTE News
The High Court has approved a €70,000 settlement in the case of a new born baby who suffered burns and blisters while at Cork University Maternity Hospital in May 2020.
20 May 2022 - ITV News
A woman who stabbed her two youngest children wept in court as the toddlers she attacked appeared on a video clip.