Title Teacher says no-one realises the effects of Mica crisis on students Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Highland Radio Media type Radio Duration/Length/Size 1 page Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 15/11/22 Description A secondary school teacher says students are not accepting college places as they are concerned about the financial implications to their mica affected families.
Angeline Ruddy is a teacher at Moville Community College and is also a mica homeowner.
She was speaking at and ATU – Ulster University conference on Defective Blocks, which is underway this evening in Letterkenny.
Producer/Author Highland radio URL https://highlandradio.com/2022/11/15/teacher-says-no-one-realises-the-effects-of-mica-crisis-on-students/ Persons Paul Dunlop, Eileen Doherty
|Title||The Science and Societal Impacts of Defective Concrete|
|Location||Atlantic Technical University, Donegal & Ulster University, Magee Campus, Letterkenny & Derry, Ireland|
|Period||15 Nov 2022 → 17 Nov 2022|
- defective concrete