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Eleanor Mooney, Aoife Cahill Mannion and Audrey McGill are encouraging women to walk, jog or run the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon in Dublin on Sunday, June 2nd, for some of Ireland’s sickest children

1) Tallaght University Hospital’s schedule for its spring/summer series of community health talks “Let’s Talk Health” – run in partnership with the Pa(...)

More than 11,000 houses were built in 2018. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Just over 18,000 homes were built last year, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), almost 30 per cent less than the minimum number the Gov(...)

David Nihill: “The tech scene is dynamic and if you want to work for it, San Francisco has more opportunities than anywhere.”

From Firhouse to San Francisco, David Nihill’s career has seen him work in 12 countries and learn several languages along the way. Although he began(...)

Traffic is heaviest on the M1 between J7 Julianstown and J2 Dublin Airport. File photograph

Drivers are experiencing delays of up to an hour on the M1 into Dublin following a number of incidents. Traffic is heaviest on the M1 between J7 Juli(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Vivienne Bourke, principal of St. Luke’s National School and Tim Stapleton, principal of Tyrrelstown Educate Together during a visit. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

The Minister for Education Joe McHugh is unable to say how many other schools may have to close due to structural concerns. The Department of Educati(...)

 Building materials outside Tyrrelstown Educate Together school which  is closed  due to a structural defect. Photograph: Colin Keegan

An inspection of a school in north Dublin found there was an 80 per cent chance of an external wall falling out on foot of structural damage caused by(...)

Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, speaking to media on the recent school closures  in the Courtyard at Government Buildings, Dublin. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

Education authorities are facing a “race against time” to complete structural assessments for 40 schools during next week’s mid-term break. Departmen(...)

The board decided to close part of  Ardgillan Community College in Balbriggan immediately for health and safety reasons, and temporary accommodation is being sourced for 200 students. Photograph: Collins

Some schools were built too quickly during the Celtic Tiger years which is part of the reason for the urgent structural safety assessments being carri(...)

Ardgillan Community College in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, has been forced to find alternative accommodation for some studendents following ‘structural issues’ at its school. Photograph: Collins

Dozens of students have been asked to stay at home this week after part of a north Dublin secondary school was closed as a result of structural proble(...)

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