up to 3,600 unqualified or unregistered teachers have been employed by schools to cover absences due to career breaks or sick leave in 2016/17.
TV3 presenter Sinéad Desmond has quit Ireland AM after 11 years and pursued legal action against Virgin Media due to an alleged gender pay gap disagreement.
As the Christmas shopping season kicks into high gear, consumers buying gift cards and vouchers have been warned to use them up early to avoid falling victim to overly restrictive terms and conditions.
Students who are hoping to do a J1 this Summer are being urged to book early to ensure their place on the popular summer programme.
Irish universities may be prohibited from borrowing money needed for development depending on a decision soon to be made by Eurostat.
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.
Ireland will host the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education next year in Trinity College.
Ireland has the fourth highest rate of drug deaths in Europe according to a recent EU report.
Third level institutions have been warned they could lose access to research funding if they fail to promote more women to senior positions in colleges.
Most advertising for substandard accommodation is found on social media groups, according to an RTÉ Investigates programme, which aired on November 2nd.
Protests against the Church of Scientology opening up a new centre in Firhouse, South Dublin took place last Saturday afternoon.
Nearly 20 percent of HIV positive people living in Ireland have felt suicidal in the last year, five times the national average of four per cent.
Trócaire has created an animated video which tells the migration stories of an Irish girl and a Syrian boy.
Ireland plans to resettle an additional 330 refugees in 2018, Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan announced on Friday.
Bill Clinton warned that Brexit is due to people re-assessing “whether what we have in common is more important than our differences”.
Representatives from The Union of Students in Ireland met outside Leinster House last Monday to announce a national demonstration will be held in Dublin on October 4th.