Dublin Institute of Technology’s Grangegorman site. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The High Court has cleared the way for the winner of a multi-million euro contract for the new Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) campus at Grangego(...)

On foot of the research, Alcohol Action Ireland is calling for legislation to regulate the sector.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The majority of Irish children are regularly exposed to alcohol advertising and marketing by drinks companies, a new study has found. Alcohol Actio(...)

The NDFA  said there was huge interest among international investors for the projects

The National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) has this morning set out plans for major infrastructure projects with a combined value of close to €1 b(...)

Second-year students in the pastry class of the professional cookery programme at DIT Cathal Brugha Street. Photograph: Eric Luke
The chef shortage begins to bite

November is Food Month in The Irish Times   Ireland’s restaurant industry is thriving, but for how long? A shortage of chefs is really(...)

Robert Ross and Kilian Cawley: initial development costs will be about €170,000

For poultry farmers, keeping birds healthy and housed in optimal conditions is the key to success. Now thanks to some perfect matchmaking between acad(...)

Students from Rathfarnham Educate Together National School at the launch of Science Week 2007 in City Hall

Want to meet an astronaut or design a satellite? Or maybe you would like to see mathematics turned into a fun subject that anyone can understand. (...)

Looking to build a career in food: Culinary arts lecturer JJ Healy of the department of tourism and hospitality in Cork Institute of Technology giving a demonstration to secondary-school students at the college’s open day

Who’d want to cook for a living? All over Ireland, a plethora of cookery schools – from the Dublin Cookery School to Ballymaloe Cookery School to B(...)

 Chinese students: there are 2,700 Chinese students studying in Ireland.  Photograph: Richard Stonehouse/WPA Pool/Getty Images

Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan was in Beijing last week to promote Ireland’s educational establishments in a country that places an (...)

Minister for Education  Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Clifford Coonan in Beijing Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan expects strong growth in coming years in the number of Chinese students c(...)

Photograph: Alan Betson

The announcement in the Budget this week that the National Asset Management Agency will build 20,000 homes by 2020 will go some way to addressing the (...)