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    Tuesday 2nd April 2013

    The Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quinn was heckled and show the "red card" today at the INTO confernece. Ann is a teacher, she thought the heckling was bad behaviour. Berard is a Principal. He feels they were right to protest. 

    Olivia is from Newry. She was at a concert in the O2 on Holy Thursday. She tells Damien about how she and her sister were mugged.

    Jane lives in Tallaght. Her life is being made a misery by young teenagers around the area. They have tried to break her windows and set fire to a vacant house nearby. They are running amok.



    Unrest amongst teachers

    Teachers explain what prompted the heckling of Minister Ruairi Quinn at the INTO conference

    Victims of robbery

    Stories from Olivia and Paul of being victims of crime and Therese's tale of a near-miss thanks to a good Samaritan

    Anti-social behaviour

    Bored teenagers causing problems in a neighbourhood and a heartless hit-and-run


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