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Wishing You a Happy Christmas from INTO

18/12/2019

INTO Northern Office would like to wish all our members and partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.In lieu of Christmas cards this year INTO Norther...

General Election 2019: The Future of Education

25/11/2019

The future of Education can play a significant part in the decision making of voters in the forthcoming General Election. The INTO, UTU and NEU believe it is...

District nominations open for Equality Committee

21/11/2019

The Equality Committee is coming to the end of its current 3 year term. If you are interested in representing your District on the Equality Committee, you need to write to the General Secretary...

Cornmarket Competition Winner!

20/11/2019

Congratulations to Jacqueline Brady from Derry who won a £300 BuyAGift Experience Gift Card  in the Cornmarket Insurance competition.Cornmarket are giving ...

More for Less this Christmas with Membership Plus

18/11/2019

Save this season with Membership PlusGift more for less this Christmas with big Membership Plus savings!Argento 10% Discount CountrywideArgos 3% off Shopping...

Tune in to the 2019 Education Conference webcast

15/11/2019

Take a front row seat at the 2019 Education Conference in Kilkenny.

Job Vacancies in INTO Head Office, Dublin

15/11/2019

A number of job vacancies have arisen in INTO Head Office, Dublin. These are for the positions of:Director of operations and finance (assistant general secre...

School Reps Recruitment Promotion Winners

11/11/2019

And the WINNER is…Congratulations to the winners of this year’s School Reps Recruitment promotion!1st prize of £200 to Aaron Doyle of Sacred Heart PS, D...

ICTU Sexual Harassment & Violence Survey

05/11/2019

ICTU have launched an online survey to gather the experiences of trade union members who have experienced sexual harassment in work.  Please help us get a g...

NIPSA angry at the decision to cut public sector pay for the tenth year in a row

01/11/2019

INTO totally rejects the suggestion that services be cut to fund a pay award. Public services need extra funding, not cuts.