DCU students to receive refunds for on-campus accommodation
DCU to examine nurse-led Covid-19 interventions
Goujons taste just as good in takeaway boxes
Curbing the maskne epidemic
The power of street art
DCUSU launch Covid-19 safety plan
GAA and LGFA suspend all club games
The GAA management committee has endorsed a decision to suspend club fixtures at all levels, until further notice.
Possible changes to the pandemic unemployment payment
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has hinted at the possibility of restoring previous Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) rates to introductory levels for those in sectors badly affected by Covid-19.
Trinity Launches Ireland’s First On-Campus Testing Program
Trinity College (TCD) is the first Irish third level institute to launch an on-campus Covid-19 testing programme available for students and staff.
Turn and face the strange
There is not one person who remains untouched by Covid-19. We are all still mourning things that we have sacrificed or that have been taken from us by the pandemic, which can make moving forward into such unusual times even harder. According to psychotherapist Olivia Feehan, this is totally natural, and she reassured that it is possible to move on while feeling the pain of our grief, but we must acknowledge our losses for recovery to begin.
Government moves all of Ireland to level three Covid-19 restrictions
The Cabinet approved a move into Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions for the entire state on Monday October 5th.
Anti-mask protests in Ireland begin to grow violent
From receptionist to covid officer
Stay indoors. Completely avoid contact with other people. Use a separate toilet to people in your household.
LGBTI+ youth feeling isolated from support networks during Covid-19
Premier League restarts after four month delay due to Covid-19
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.
Residents near UCC urge Gardaí to crack down on “student parties” amid tension
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.
Irish studies find that Vitamin D can help fight Covid-19
The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) has found that the intake of Vitamin D may boost resistance to Covid-19, or reduce the severity of the illness in those already infected.
Childline experiences a large increase in calls amid Covid-19 Crisis
The number of children calling Childline has increased by over 20 per cent in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak as schools and childcare facilities have been closed.
Covid-19 pandemic has major effect on the Irish drug trade
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major effect on the Irish drug trade, ultimately decimating the cocaine industry but increasing demand for cannabis, according to Gardaí and community officers.
Petition to implement “no detriment” policy in DCU hits over 1,000 signatures
A petition to get DCU to implement a “no detriment” policy due to students working from home has passed over 1,300 signatures on Change.org.
Pandemic brings viewers to the frontline of a health crisis
Overcrowded hospitals, exhausted doctors, misinformation, white masks and hazmat suits.
DCU campus accommodation may be made available to HSE if COVID-19 pandemic worsens
DCU campus accommodation may be made available to the HSE on an emergency basis if the Covid-19 pandemic worsens.
Massive shutdown of colleges and universities due to coronavirus outbreak
All universities and colleges across the country are set to close due to coronavirus, according to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.