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Each year, about 4,000 Irish students apply to a course via the UCAS system and 2,000 go on to take up places. Photograph: iStock

All during this school year, sixth year students have been asked to consider what, where and whether they want to study at third-level. There are a lo(...)

Raheem Sterling of Manchester City during the Premier League match  against Arsenal. Photograph: Michael Regan/Getty Images

Pep Guardiola has underlined his desire to keep Raheem Sterling at Manchester City, despite talks over a new contract remaining on hold, after the Eng(...)

October 2001: VS Naipaul, who was born of Indian ancestry in Trinidad, went to Oxford University on a scholarship and lived the rest of his life in England. As a novelist he exempted neither coloniser nor colonised from his scrutiny. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

VS Naipaul, the Nobel laureate who documented the migrations of peoples, the unravelling of the British Empire, the ironies of exile and the clash bet(...)

Family, relatives and victims gather at an interdenominational service at the Memorial Gardens in Omagh to remember the Omagh bombing 20 years on. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The father of one of the Omagh bombing victims has marked the 20th anniversary of the explosion by urging Northern Ireland’s political leaders to reac(...)

The headstone on the grave of Thomas Woodgate will be changed to reflect that he was 14 years of age when he died. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

For much of the last 100 years it was assumed that Private John Condon from Waterford city was the youngest British soldier to die in the first World (...)

Pope John Paul II kisses thr ground on arrival in Dublin, 1979. Photograph: Mazpix

Watching the second part of the quite superb RTÉ documentary series The Game last Monday night, I was struck by the fervour of the crowds in Croke Par(...)

The Grayson, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin: no expense spared.

Dublin city centre is about to get a new party pad, with late-night music, DJs and dancing, and it is located where you might least expect to find it.(...)

England’s James Anderson celebrates his five-wicket haul during day two of the Second Test against India at Lord’s. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA

James Anderson needs just one more wicket to become the first to reach 100 at Lord’s after England piled on the pressure in the rain-ravaged second Te(...)

Ryanair faces strikes in five countries today after the airline’s last-minute court bid to halt a walkout by Dutch pilots failed

Ryanair faces strikes in five countries today after the airline’s last-minute court bid to halt a walkout by Dutch pilots failed. The Dutch pilots wil(...)

‘It’s an insurance policy of sorts...  I have to look after my family.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Britain could run out of food by this time next year if it cannot maintain the flow of goods after Brexit, that country’s National Farmers’ Union has (...)

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