pound;12.5m cash boost for Ulster

24th June 2005 at 01:00
Teachers' unions have welcomed a pound;12.5 million investment in Northern Ireland's schools.

After months of clashes with unions over cutbacks, the Northern Ireland Office announced a package aimed at special needs, school dinners and maintenance.

Unions in the province said it proves they were right to strike in May over the axing of services.

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