In unprecedented and often scary times, the bravery of ordinary members of our society has become a source of light and hope in a world dominated by bleak news bulletins and stark health warnings.
There have always been clear barriers for women in sport compared to the men’s games, but the impacts of the global pandemic have exposed these issues further.
Final year B.Ed. student Seán Smyth is hoping to lead DCU in the next academic year and deliver “the best student-experience possible.”
The Helix venue opened as a Covid-19 vaccination hub and began vaccinating over-70s on Wednesday February 10th.
One in four family owned Irish businesses are worried about losing control over their business within the next six months because of Covid-19, according to a recent study.
We Can be Zero is a campaign launched by a group of Irish scientists on Monday February 1st.
We are almost one month into 2021, and Ireland’s relationship with Covid-19 has been nothing short of tumultuous.
Rotunda Hospital and the Coombe Hospital have confirmed that they gave unused Covid-19 vaccines to relatives of their staff and to members of their local communities.
In a statement, the Irish Universities Association (IUA) said that universities are conscious of the uncertainty students are facing and have therefore planned to begin semester two of the academic year predominantly online.