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    Ombudsman tells students they can complain to her office over SUSI delays.

    The Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly has today told students that they can complain to her office if they are unhappy with their treatment by third level grant applications body SUSI. Della Kilroy has today been talking to SUSI, students and union representatives about their experience with SUSI, and hopes for the upcoming academic year.

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