Ireland’s economy contracted by 6.1 per cent during the second financial quarter of this year (April to June), according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) last week.
Government measures to ban spectators from outdoor sporting events have been branded “bizarre” by Kingston Mills, professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity College, and criticised by several politicians.
The GAA, IRFU and Basketball Ireland respond to the new restrictions introduced by the government in relation to Covid-19.
Seanie Germaine, a Marketing, Innovation & Technology student from DCU, has released a facial temperature scanner deigned to monitor a person’s health before they enter a business.
Last year 63% of students had part-time jobs, however only 36% are expected to have a job in the next academic year as less business are hiring.
The uncertainty on what lies ahead for incoming first year college students is poignant with only three months left until they start third level education.
The Premier League returned to action today, June 17, after a lengthy delay of the season since early March due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Frustrated residents living near University College Cork (UCC) continue to speak out against what they claim are parties being held in violation of Covid-19 restrictions, following a confrontation with students renting in the area.
DCU announced on Friday that there will be a combination of both online and face-to-face classes for the coming 2020/2021 academic year.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are teaming up with UpLift Ireland to petition for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) to refund those who were forced to return home due to Covid-19.