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The GMIT  campus in Galway: it  is one of the institutes identified as  “vulnerable” and facing an immediate sustainability challenge. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

There are major concerns over the future of up to 10 of the country’s 14 institutes of technology due to financial deficits and dwindling cash reserv(...)

CIT lecturer Susan Flannery says the sector is trying to balance reduced funding and growing demand.  Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney

It’s the little things, says Susan Flannery. There’s the broken overhead projector. Or the photocopier which rarely seems to have paper. Or the slugg(...)

The harshly beautiful but treacherous Donegal coastline

If “a place apart” can survive in a globalised world the sequestered Glencolumbkille truly ticks the right boxes. Startlingly green while surrounded (...)

The Tullan Strand area just north of Bundoran where Gavin Carey had gone swimming with other soldiers last Tuesday. File photograph: Google Street View

The body of a soldier missing off the Donegal coast since last week has been located by divers. Malin Head Coast Guard confirmed the body of Cpl Gav(...)

The beach resort of Bundoran, Co Donegal,  on a  summer day. File photograph: Getty Images

The search for a young soldier missing, feared drowned off Bundoran in Co Donegal, was widened yesterday, with up to 100 soldiers assisting those tryi(...)

John Wallace, chief executive of the Peterhead Port Authority: “We need to guarantee fishermen that when you come to Peterhead you can sell your fish on the day it’s landed.” Photograph: Peter Geoghegan

At 7.30am on a fresh weekday in northeast Scotland, Peterhead fish market is in full swing. Agents representing local fishermen reel off latest prices(...)

Korean food boasts some of the most profoundly delicious flavours on the planet. My love of this cuisine is closely linked to the fermented chilli pa(...)

Donegal town, in the south of the county, is a pretty market town that was once the stronghold of the O’Donnell clan. Their ancestral home, Donegal C(...)

 Tara McCarthy , chief executive of Bord Iascaigh Mhara.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

There can be few chief executives who enjoy a better view than Tara McCarthy. Her Dún Laoghaire office window frames the panorama that is Dublin Bay. (...)

Everton and Republic of Ireland full back Seamus Coleman on a visit to Evelyn Community Primary School in Prescot. Photograph courtesy of Everton FC

Evelyn Community Primary School, Prescot: on the outskirts of Liverpool, where it merges into broader Merseyside, Seamus Coleman is moving from table (...)

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