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Education chiefs clash over loan scheme

The heads of the universities around the country are fighting about the benefits that may be provided to the third-level education sector with the new system. It’s called “study now, pay later”, and it can solve many troubles connected to student loans. Yesterday, the two main higher education branches came to different sides on the […]

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Photo collection will go abroad in a flash

A couple of British who are in love with art have gathered one of the most precious collections of photography. However, they will probably need to give it out abroad, as British museums lack enthusiasm and are unable to appreciate the value of the collection. James and Claire Hyman’s collection includes 3,000 precious photos done […]

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John Lewis bounces out bad reviews

John Lewis is criticized for filtering their customers’ reviews – they post good ones and reject bad ones. A Sunday Times investigation shows that the reviews with at least four stars and positive comments are posted on the website. However, two-star reviews with the troubles described are not posted. The results of the investigation raise […]

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Medicinal use of cannabis to be reviewed

According to the health minister, the usage of medicinal cannabis has to be reviewed. Simon Harris announced that the organization that regulates questions about medicines, Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA), was asked to recheck the benefits of the drug. It may have some useful effect on certain people with certain medical conditions. According to the […]

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Chemists urged to stop the elderly taking pointless pills

High street stores pharmacists are to be sent to older people’s homes to stop the trouble of their taking too many useless pills. This is the assignment given by the UK’s leading pharmacist. An immense number of older people around the country are hospitalised month by month because of the side effects of the medicines […]

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Art disputes: the rise of mediation

The arguments on cultural property are happening more often nowadays, and we decided to find out why. Currently, the National Gallery is in defence of its possession of the 100-year-old Matisse masterpiece, which is now situated at the centre of a legal row worth £24.6 million. The descendants of the person painted in the picture […]

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Why Above & Beyond’s dance parties are for the grown-ups

The unusual British trio has found its fans in the worldwide public. At 2 am on a beautiful Saturday night Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome becomes home for an Anglo-Finnish trio Above & Beyond. They perform with a DJ set for a crazily dancing and jumping crowd of 12,000 people. According to Twitter worldwide trending, they are […]

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Bid to block staff-free opening for libraries

An idea to make it possible to open libraries even when staff isn’t there is about to be rejected by the majority of Dublin’s city councillors. The initiative makes it possible to open the buildings without staff, so the libraries could work early in the morning, late at night, and even during the weekend. The […]

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