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RT @PresidentIRL: Today, on #StBrigidsDay, President Higgins says Ireland's only female patron saint offers an example and hope for the fut…
RT @GaisceAward: Great opportunity for 15-25 year olds to explore career
options in the green economy! #Gaisce #YourWayYourAward #GreenWo…
RT @nycinews: Do you wonder about the best ways to respond to hateful language and behaviour? This course can help:
RT @OCO_ireland: 🚨Tickets on Sale Now🚨#YourOCO launches Beyond Limits a summit for young people with disabilities. We have an extraordinary…
RT @ComhairleNaNog1: Inspirational teacher Mark Russell designed a programme for his 6th class group to help them cope with stress & anxiet…
RT @powerian: Very cool to see #VoteAt16 on the Junior Cert CSPE exam today!
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post
RT @YSInow: The @OffGridYSI team of St Fintain’s High School want to take their school off the grid - follow them to keep up to date with t…
RT @nycinews: *Applications close today!* Hiring: Youth Arts Development Officer - Exciting opportunity to work in our National Youth Arts…
Interesting stuff regarding social media survey
Half of children in third class on social media
Ok win didn’t win but congrats to Linc from cork and thanks for the nomination from the group
Nominated for a Gala tonight wish us luck#galas2017
'I'm Not a Punchline, I’m a Human Being': Monica Lewinsky Reflects on Clinton Scandal as She Debuts Ant… via @people
In response to the imminent Storm FDYS is advising that all service will be closed tomorrow Monday 16th

Kieran Donohoe,
RT @Leargas: Our VET mobility charter holders will be working hard today! #ErasmusPlus impact workshop on the way! @EUErasmusPlus https://t…
RT @ywirl: "Equality involves recognising that some people do need to be treated differently" Fionnuola shares her #storiesofequality #equa…
RT @officialiymas: IYMAs recipient act 2017 Liquid Space from @ywigalway hitting into a powerful pre-record in @RTE2fm it's sounding great…
RT @nycinews: Very disappointing that there is no change to lower rates of jobseekers allowance for young people aged 18-25 years #budget18
RT @GaisceAward: We have a Gaisce Challenge Area game here at #zeminar 🙌😃
Pop down to have a go!
RT @GaisceAward: Excited to be at day 2 of #zeminar 🙌
Why not to get your photo taken in our photo frame 📸
RT @BeLonG_To: Dublin teachers, don't miss our free LGBT school training Oct 11 in Blackrock Education Centre http :// #edcha…
RT @YouthSDGs: Happy #InternationalPeaceDay! Engaging youth in conflict prevention and resolution is key to ensuring sustainable peace #you…

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News from around Ireland

Report warns of rising houses prices and delays The construction industry could be unable to meet pent-up demand for housing and infrastructure, even when fully reopened - due to labour shortages and a "boom and bust" cycle in the sector, according to new research.
Count to fill vacant Seanad seats gets underway today The count to fill two vacant Seanad seats will get underway later this morning, with a result expected early this afternoon.
'Gentle giant' became symbol of fight against racism His name has been chanted by demonstrators around the globe, his face displayed on murals across America. Since his death, George Floyd has embodied the black victims of police violence and racism in the United States.
NI would vote to remain in UK if poll held - survey A new poll has suggested that people in Northern Ireland would vote to remain in the UK if a referendum was called.
Verdict a 'turning point in history' - Floyd lawyer George Floyd's family lawyer has hailed the conviction of a sacked white police officer for the murder of Floyd as a "turning point in history" for the deeply divided United States.
All six Premier League clubs withdraw from Super League All six Premier League teams involved in the European Super League are set to formally withdraw from the proposed competition.
3,200 excess deaths linked to pandemic - new analysis Analysis of data by researchers at Maynooth University and the University of Limerick indicates that around 3,200 more people died in the Republic of Ireland over a 12-month period.
'Living a new life': Syrian children on resettling here Ireland has accepted just over 3,000 refugees from Syria since 2011. Over a third of them were aged 17 and under at the time of their arrival.
Three men in court in connection with Regency shooting Three men have appeared before the Special Criminal Court this evening charged with offences in connection with the murder of David Byrne.
Chauvin convicted of all charges in George Floyd death Former US police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of African-American man George Floyd in a case that roiled the United States for almost a year, laying bare deep racial divisions.
Covid-19: 390 additional cases, 11 further deaths The Department of Health has been notified of a further 11 Covid-19 related deaths and an additional 390 cases.
EMA: Benefits of J&J Covid-19 vaccine outweigh risks The European Medicines Agency has said the benefits of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine outweigh the risks.
Man jailed for causing deaths of two friends in crash A 23-year-old man who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing the deaths of two of his friends and causing serious injury to another person has been jailed for five years and three months at Donegal Circuit Court.
PSNI says bomb could have killed police officer, child Police in Northern Ireland have blamed the New IRA for planting a bomb at a PSNI officer's car beside where her three-year-old daughter sits.
Shock at death of runner on Comeragh Mountains Tributes have been paid to 37-year-old Gillian Ryan, whose body was discovered on the Comeragh Mountains in Co Waterford last night.
Dutch to lift Covid curfew, let cafes serve outdoors The Dutch government said today it was relaxing tough coronavirus restrictions, ending a controversial curfew and allowing cafes to serve outdoors from 28 April.
Pubs call for outdoor service to resume from late May As Dublin's traditional pubs reach their 400th consecutive day shut, the Licensed Vintners Association is calling on the Government to allow all pubs to start providing outdoor service from 24 May.
Global carbon dioxide emissions to increase Global carbon dioxide emissions are set for their second biggest increase in history as economies recover from the Covid pandemic, according to the Global Energy Review from the International Energy Agency.
Supply challenges in reaching June vaccine target - HSE The HSE said it is not in a position to answer whether the target of 80% of adults receiving their first Covid vaccine by the end of June can be reached.

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