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The Olympic Torch arrived in Dublin this morning!
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Best wishes to all the Junior and Leaving Cert students who are starting exams tomorrow ! Keep a postive mental attitude. To all the GCSE and A Level students - best wishes to you for your final exams! Well Done!
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Best wishes to all the Leaving Cert and A Level students who will be using this weekend to study. Remember to take plenty of study breaks, keep hydrated and remember 'DON'T PANIC'. We have some great Exam Stress- Busting Advice for before your exams so have a read....
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Congratulations to NUI Maynooth, DCU and the University of Limerick !!!
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Northern Ireland consistently out-performs the rest of the UK in both GCSE's and A Levels....
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The Gradireland Summer fair is on today from 11am - 5pm and if you missed registering for free you can register at the door for €5.
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So far the Olympic Torch has visited some of Northern Ireland's most beautiful destinations. Today it will be in Armagh. Will you get a chance to witness its arrival?
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The bank holiday weekend is nearly upon us! Will it be easy, breezy and beautiful? What are your plans? 
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Application deadline for the All Ireland Scholarships for Northern Irish Students is this Thursday May 31st....
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The Official Google + account for the All Ireland Scholarships. Awarding Third Level Scholarships to students throughout the island of Ireland.
Introduction
The All Ireland Scholarships were established by the JP McManus Trust in 2008 to provide scholarships to students. The value of the scholarships are 6,750 Euro per annum in Ireland and 5,500 pounds per annum in Northern Ireland and will continue for the duration of the undergraduate programmes chosen by the scholarship winners.  Participation in the scholarship scheme is confined to those who are exempt from the Leaving Certificate Fee or who are in receipt of the educational Maintenance Allowance from Northern Ireland authorities, and the scholarships are awarded on the basis of the results of the candidates first attempt at the final secondary education examinations in Ireland or Northern Ireland.  

The All Ireland Scholarships operate under the control of three Trustees Gerry Boland, Professor Roger Downer, and Pat Dowling, and are administered by the Department of Education and Skills, in Ireland and by the Department for Employment and Learning with support from the Department of Education in Northern Ireland.