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Teachers to be paid up to €10,000 to mark Leaving Cert scripts in bid to boost examiners

The Irish Times 31 Mar 2023
Recruits required to be available for 26 days of full-time work ... Teachers will be able to earn up to €10,000 for marking written State exams this summer under increased rates aimed at tackling an urgent shortage of examiners.

Moscow Says Washington's Calls to Leave Russia Seem to Be Addressed to US Spies

Sputnik 31 Mar 2023
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has joked about the White House's recent calls for US citizens to immediately leave Russia, saying that they seem to be addressed only to those involved in espionage in favor of Washington ....

Maryland budget talks stalled over whether to spend $2 million to send kids to private schools

Baltimore Sun 31 Mar 2023
Negotiations over a proposed $62.5 billion state budget plan briefly soured Thursday when House lawmakers said they were digging in their heels to support Gov. Wes Moore’s plan to decrease taxpayer spending on private schools ... .

TX: Bills advance to close loophole allowing some lawmakers to increase their pay to $140,000

Democratic Underground 31 Mar 2023
Lawmakers are moving forward with a measure to do away with a loophole that allows long-serving legislators to increase their annual pay by $140,000 by dipping into their pension while continuing to draw a state salary.

McCarthy Offers to Make Biden 'Soft Food' Lunch to Meet to Discuss Debt Limit

Breitbart 31 Mar 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) offered to make President Joe Biden a "soft food" lunch in order to meet in person to talk about the debt limit ... .

Why You Need To Wait To See The ‘Easter Pink Moon’ Rise To Set Up ...

Forbes 31 Mar 2023
2023’s fourth full Moon will look its best at moonrise on Thursday, April 6, 2023. Exactly two weeks later a New Moon will cause a very rare hybrid-total solar eclipse in the southern hemisphere ... .

Trump to be tried on charges relating to hush money to adult film star (Ld)

TeluguStop 31 Mar 2023
Impacting the 2024 US presidential elections, Donald Trump will become ...

Diversify to Man Made Fibre-based products to boost exports: AEPC to industry players

The Economic Times 31 Mar 2023
AEPC also said that it has collaborated with the Directorate General of Foreign Trade to organise a capacity building programme for promoting Noida as an export hub ... .

BI to gov’t workers, minors, foreigners: Prepare to present required documents to travel

The Philadelphia Inquirer 31 Mar 2023
Filipino government officials and employees are required to present their required authority to travel abroad from their respective ...

Appeal to trace Greenock teen missing two weeks thought to have travelled to Dundee

Daily Record 31 Mar 2023
Cameron MacKenzie, 16, vanished from his hometown on Friday, March 17, and is understood to have travelled to the Angus region ... .

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In this photo provided by the Belarusian Presidential Press Service, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko delivers a state-of-the nation address in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, March 31, 2023
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Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a ceremony to open new pharmaceutical production facilities in the Kaliningrad Region, Mordovia and St Petersburg via videoconference in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, March 30, 2023.
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