Apprenticeship registrations have increased by 25% in Ireland, as announced by Minister Simon Harris and the department of Further and Higher Education. The Minister addressed this positive increase by stating “so far, this year we
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The Sunday Times published recently their Good University Guide 2022, where National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) was named their University of the Year 2022. Dublin City University (DCU) ranked sixth on the list this
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The 56 per cent of women who experienced such changes, included reports of heavier and more painful periods and missed periods, compared to pre-pandemic, the authors said, while 64 per cent of women reported worsening premenstrual symptoms (PMS).
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