Irish universities may be prohibited from borrowing money needed for development depending on a decision soon to be made by Eurostat.
“…Ready For It?” asks the first track off Taylor Swift’s new album Reputation, before diving into an addictive blend of sonic beats and bass.
With a signature slow-mo strut through the grimy, smoke-choked streets of Birmingham, the Peaky Blinders are back for a fourth season of the BBC gangster drama.
The Lord of the Rings is quite frankly one of the best stories ever written. J.R.R Tolkien created an epic fantasy novel, which was then turned into an equally epic film series.
Chronic pain sufferers were granted a three-month licence for a cannabis product to treat their condition by Ireland’s Department of Health this month.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar called for an Irish third-level institution to join the new network of European universities currently being proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Ireland will host the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education next year in Trinity College.
The DCU Students’ Union want you to help them name the new student centre.
UCD Student Council passed motions on handing out free pregnancy tests and abortion information on campus on Tuesday, the 14th of November.
In a bid to attract world-leading scientists and engineers, new Government measures will allow universities to hire staff on salaries up to €250,000.
Each year 540 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in Ireland,with close to the same number of deaths caused by the disease annually, according to the Irish Cancer Society.
The former president of DCU, Ferdinand von Prondzynski, is selling his Westmeath castle for €13.5 million.
The provisional Budget for the Students’ Union will be released today in the third Class Rep Council of the year, in breach of DCUSU constitution.
DCU Students’ Union is in a “non-financial relationship” with the nightclub Copper Face Jacks, which this year earned €72 million in accumulated profits.
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The problem with these contracts is security or lack of it which is fair. It is hard to expect people to function under these conditions. But does an all-out ban mean nothing but positives for employees around the country. It begs the question will employers now offer sable contracts or just let more staff go and take on 2 permanent part time staff in the future.