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Children’s Minister Roderic O’Gorman has written to mother and baby home survivors to say he’ll seek approval on a payment scheme next week.
The arrangement is being put in place to recognise the ‘suffering’ people endured in the homes.
The Irish College of General Practitioners is to discuss doctor burnout today.
It’ll also talk about the effect of the pandemic on its members at its Winter Meeting.
The Education Minister insists that if substitute teacher panels need to be increased, the government will consider such a move.
School principals are continuing to report difficulties in finding substitutes since the new school year started, especially in subjects such as science, maths, languages and home economics.
A Northern Ireland civil rights campaigner and former government minister will be laid to rest today.
Austin Currie died on Tuesday, at the age of 82.