LONG term sickness at a school embroiled in a row between staff and management has cost the public purse more than half a million pounds in five years.
A ROLLING sick day protest at a west Belfast school could end up costing more than £10,000.
Teaching unions, school governors and education chiefs met last night to resolve a dispute that involved staff undertaking a rolling sick day protest.
SICK leave among staff working across Northern Ireland's six health trusts has cost the taxpayer £108 million in a single year.
IRISH army officers at Co Donegal’s Finner camp have revealed that more than 30 soldiers sought sick leave in advance of the papal visit.
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STRESS and anxiety-related illnesses have contributed to the highest levels of sick leave in the Northern Ireland Civil Service in five years, a report has found
SUBSTITUTE teachers who are essentially 'permanent' staff are still being denied pay rises, holidays, carer leave and sick-pay.
WOMEN civil servants took 50 per cent more sick leave than
Teaching unions, school governors and education chiefs will this week meet to resolve a dispute that involved staff undertaking a rolling sick-day protest.