Online physiotherapy service to be rolled out in Ireland
Irish Rail funded over €100,000 for extra security over Christmas period
DCU academics call for “Supported Transition” model for young people with Intellectual Disabilities
Trinity students protest against Aramark running café on campus
Dundalk-based food company set to close with over 150 job losses
Ward-of-court replacement scheme allocated a third of funding requested
Up to 70,000 removed from waiting lists without consultation
No alternative subjects provided for students who opt out of religious education
Campaign set to encourage women to do apprenticeships
TheConnect Trade Union voted unanimously at the union’s first conference on 6th October to launch campaign to get more women involved in apprenticeships.
Liada Ní Riada: Presidential Candidate
BUDGET 2019: Environment and Agriculture
New proposal to increase pay for over 60,000 workers in public sector
UCD ban sale of sugary drinks
Enactus DCU crowned champions at National Competition
Eight out of ten companies pay men more than women
Mathew Davey admits manifesto was ‘too ambitious’
Number of girls getting HPV vaccine rises
There was an increase in the uptake of girls getting the HPV vaccine this year, according to the latest figures released by the Health Service Executive (HSE) on March 22nd .
People working in close to slave labour conditions in Ireland
Almost a quarter of a million people in Ireland have precarious employment contracts according to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).
Bruton cracks down on teacher career breaks
Restrictions are set to be put in place that will affect career breaks for teachers in Ireland, according to Education Minister Richard Bruton.