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Sideways wit and the best kind of subversion

THE SPIN-DOCTORS of the poetry world so often reach for the term “long-awaited” when describing a new collection of poetry that its meaning has mostly been drained away.

Helping your child to overcome shyness

Parenting a shy child can be frustrating, baffling, and worrying for a parent. If you are shy yourself you will be acutely aware of how your child feels in a world full of seemingly confident people. If on the other hand you are not shy yourself, you will be baffled and often frustrated by your child's behaviour.

Pyrotechnix gear up for first TV appearance on talent show

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The young Kilkenny band Pyrotechnix are bracing themselves for a nerve-racking performance before thousands of TV viewers and a live audience on Sunday night as they make their debut appearance on the All-Ireland Talent Show representing Ireland East.

AIT teacher fails in unfair dismissal case

A woman who taught at the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) for 11 years, was replaced by an assistant and then encouraged to apply unsuccessfully for this position in 2008 when the assistant took a career break, failed in her claim for unfair dismissal and was awarded just €1,380 by the employment appeals tribunal at its most recent sitting in Athlone.

Chaotic schools building programme leaves children in substandard conditions

The “chaotic nature” of the Government’s School Building Programme is forcing Galway children to suffer substandard conditions which are not fit for educational purposes, that is according to Fine Gael Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.

 

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