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Niamh Stack: ‘I still haven’t bought the kids’ uniforms in case they don’t go back’

Having previously travelled the world as a flight attendant and designed hats in Kerry, Niamh Stack has made Madrid her home with her family of seven.(...)

The airlines have said there was is no scientific evidence for such a severe policy as a 14-day quarantine

Ryanair, BA and easyJet have launched legal action against the UK government’s quarantine policy, asking for a judicial review to be heard as soon as (...)

‘BA  made a huge error in not issuing our ticket, failed to get us to our destination, and left us with no means of contacting them to correct this.’  Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

We frequently devote space on this page to issues readers have with both Ryanair and Aer Lingus but in recent weeks two readers called Ronan made cont(...)

DCU is expanding rapidly. Recent developments include a new state-of-the-art student centre which combines facilities for social, cultural, global engagement and entrepreneurial activities. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

UCC Web: ucc.ie/opendays Life on campus: There’s so much more to life in UCC than spending long hours in the Fishbowl (the famous library study room(...)

Outgoing Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh

Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh will step down at the beginning of next year to “pursue other interests”, but he will stay on the airline’(...)

Employers and recruiters increasingly look beyond the more traditional interview methods as they explore new ways of ensuring they get the best candidate for the job. Photograph: iStock

Employers and recruiters increasingly use online assessment, video interviews and even situational judgement questionnaires to see how people would re(...)

Points for many science courses have shot up over over recent years, while points for arts courses have fallen

This week a number of major reports confirmed what most recent arts graduates could probably have told you without the need for costly research: they (...)

RTÉ newsreader Don Cockburn.  Photograph: RTÉ Archives

Don Cockburn, who has died in his native Dublin after a short illness, was for many years one of the most recognised faces in Ireland, as anchor of th(...)

Air Berlin  says  it opened a data room for potential investors in May, and there was nothing stopping Ryanair from making a bid

The race to carve up Germany’s insolvent Air Berlin has begun in earnest, and the insults are flying as high as the struggling airline’s fleet. At th(...)

Willie Walsh: IAG shareholders love him but other constituents are starting to doubt. Photograph: Bloomberg

Peter Lawson has flown the equivalent of 1½ times to the moon and back with British Airways. But after clocking up 750,000 miles, mostly in the airlin(...)

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