Today With Sean O Rourke Monday 14 April 2014
A cabinet row is on the cards after it emerged that the Health budget may be more than €200m higher than the government planned for.
The HSE says that cuts it has been asked to make are ‘unrealisable.’
Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin says he still expects the savings to be made.
Martin Wall broke the story in the Irish Times at the weekend.
Now that the Easter holidays have arrived for over hundred thousand students who will be taking the Junior and Leaving Certificate in June, in homes up and down the country, examination tensions are beginning to rise. This state of affairs in amplified in many of these homes, where older siblings are getting ready for third level College examinations in the coming weeks.
So with the written papers less than eight weeks away now, we reviewed this morning with Brian Mooney our education and career guidance expert, how any examination student can use the next two months to maximum advantage.