SEARCH Search Results Prince Charles visiting Northern Ireland Thursday May 21, 2015 Following their visit to counties Galway and Sligo, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have been visiting Northern Ireland today. No side try to change referendum debate - Varadkar Monday May 18, 2015 Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has said those campaigning for a No vote in the Marriage Referendum are throwing up other issues to try and change the argument surrounding same-sex marriage. Teachers told to be realistic about pay demands Tuesday April 07, 2015 Minister for Education Jan O'Sullivan has told primary school teachers she believes teacher salaries and other education related areas are all worthy of greater funding. INTO wants equality legislation repealed Monday April 06, 2015 INTO president Sean McMahon has called on the Government to repeal equality legislation that allows schools to discriminate against individual teachers on the basis of their lifestyle. News in Brief Thursday January 29, 2015 A round-up of news from at home and abroad. Study on impact of conflict on altruism published Wednesday August 20, 2014 New research carried out in Northern Ireland has found that people who find themselves in a situation of conflict with other groups are less likely to help individuals from outside their own group. NI: Planning granted for co-religious school Friday May 03, 2013 Northern Ireland's first shared education campus for Catholic and Protestant schoolchildren has been granted planning approval. Buildings vandalised in Moycullen Thursday July 21, 2005 Gardaí are investigating an incident in which the parish church, national school and community centre in Moycullen, Co Galway were sprayed with graffiti of an anti-religious and sexual nature.