Part time work and unfair work practices are common across third level institutions, a leading trade union has claimed.
Ireland needs supervised injection facilities to reduce deaths and drug overdoses, said Minister for Health Promotion and the National Drugs Strategy Catherine Byrne, on March 8th.
Almost a year on from the ‘Shanowen Shakedown’ campaign, legislation has not been implemented to put Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) under the 4 per cent rent caps that Rent Pressure Zones are subject to.
Bus Éireann are holding open days to actively encourage more women drivers to apply for roles that are available nationwide.
When you touch Ireland’s last traditional matchmaker’s 160-year-old matchmaking book with one hand and close your eyes for seven seconds, envisaging love, legend has it that you will fall in love within six months.
Since the Eight Amendment was repealed in the Republic of Ireland at the beginning of this year, focus has shifted to Northern Ireland where abortion remains illegal.
Thousands of students are choosing not to sit the Leaving Cert Irish exam every year, according to The Irish Times.
An oversight in DCU’s Loop portal may have inadvertently revealed the names of students who did not vote during recent student elections.