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.
Since the Eight Amendment was repealed in the Republic of Ireland at the beginning of this year, focus has shifted to Northern Ireland where abortion remains illegal.
Charlie Kinsella is running for business school faculty rep to try make it easier for student commuters and those in student housing.
Selected types of sea lettuce could improve aquaculture and agriculture on Irish coastlines, according to a study by NUI Galway researchers.
Levelsof vitamin D can now be measured using hair samples, a research study from Trinity College and St. James’ Hospital has found.
An Emergency Class Representative Council (CRC) voted to mandate the DCU Students’ Union Executive’s position on Union of Students in Ireland (USI) affiliation to be neutral, should a referendum be called.
Trinity College students Méabh Smyth and Chris Meaney were the first team to reach Bojnice Castle in Slovakia, making them the winners of Jailbreak 2019.
Forty students in Dublin received support from the 1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary funded by the Department of Education and Skills.
The HSE and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are asking students to consider their use of drugs when socialising.
Gardaí and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) appealed for road users to slow down and be “extra vigilant” after 10 people were killed in road fatalities on Ireland’s roads in just eight days.
Hundreds of University of Limerick students may have received inaccurate exam results that could have impacted their degrees, the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) heard on January 24th.
Female employees are less likely to receive pension and bonus payouts compared to male employees, according to a survey conducted by Aviva.
An NUI Galway research centre will be involved in three major industry projects in medical devices worth €4.8 million.
DCU student Shepherd Machaya’s deportation order was extended today until March 21st.
Refugee Week 2019 is a reflection of the university’s commitment to students from asylum backgrounds, said DCU President Brian MacCraith at its launch in the U on January 28th.