Corofin’s Ronan Steede was in fine form for GMIT. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

GMIT 0-14 DIT 1-9GMIT manager Sean O’Dea thinks his side face a tough assignment against either UCD or Athlone IT in the Sigerson Cup second round aft(...)

Dublin’s Eamonn Dillon with Brian Carey of DIT during the  Walsh Cup clash at Parnell Park. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin 4-20 DIT 1-12 A couple of old reliables got the new Ger Cunningham era with Dublin off to a flying start.Liam Rushe and Eamonn Dillon swooped (...)

Padraig Fogarty of KIldare during their victory over DIT. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Jason Ryan is pleased to have another game before the commencement of the league but will be looking for his Kildare side to be more clinical against (...)

Additional payments to retiring school teachers are responsible for close to a quarter of the €103 million over-run in education budget, Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan revealed. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Additional lump sum payments to retiring school teachers are responsible for close to a quarter of the €103 million overrun in the education budget th(...)

DIT’s head of digital media development Hugh McAtamney

In the next few weeks 10 new apps ranging from casual games to a children’s fitness programme and a guide to home spice blending will appear on the Ap(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin announced the project last year as the part of the Government’s €2.25 billion infrastructure stimulus package

The National Development Finance Agency is looking for a developer to build a €200 million campus at Grangegorman for the Dublin Institute of Technolo(...)

An unearthly sounding man called Elon Musk has delivered the world a 57-page document. It details the “Hyperloop”, a magnificent mode of transport to (...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has signed the first contract relating to construction work on the €368 million Luas extension. Photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times.

Construction work on the extension of Dublin’s Luas system, which will see the Green and Red lines linked for the first time, is to begin next (...)