Sutton Park in Dublin 13 is the second most expensive private school for day pupils, with fees of €7,900 a year. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The taxpayer subsidised private schools by more than €90 million last year, according to official figures. The vast bulk of this sum went on salaries(...)

Lucas Bachmann (19), a 6th year student at Glenstal Abbey in Co Limerick, was one of 621 contestants from 112 countries who competed in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Bath, England.

A Co Limerick-based student has become only the second person to win a silver medal for Ireland at the world’s most prestigious second-level mathemati(...)

Three period houses on a site of 0.66 acres with permission for three mews houses on Dartry Road in Dublin 6 are on the market for €5.25 million throu(...)

A revised route for the Dublin MetroLink rail line will be published within weeks, the National Transport Authority has said.

A revised route for the Dublin MetroLink rail line will be published within weeks, the National Transport Authority (NTA) has said. This follows a we(...)

125 Leinster Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6,

A small limestone bench in the heart of St Stephen’s Green marks the memory of Anna and Thomas Haslam with the inscription “this seat is erected in ho(...)

Alexandra College, which is located in Milltown in south Dublin, has taken issue with elements of the MetroLink plan. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

One of the most expensive fee-paying schools in the State has said it will resist attempts to close its entrances and “take land” under the MetroLink (...)

Many Irish boarding schools are reporting a rise in interest from Spanish and German families as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union

Many private schools in Ireland struggled over the past decade with enrolment due to a combination of austerity measures, a sluggish economy and chang(...)

Clongowes Wood College: The second most expensive boarding school in Ireland at  €19,890 a year.

Irish boarding schools are benefiting from a “Brexit bounce” as increasing numbers of overseas families choose to educate their teenage children in Ir(...)

Kathleen Lynn was born on January 28th, 1874, in Mullafarry, near Cong in Co Mayo, the second oldest of three daughters and one son of Robert Lynn, Ch(...)

“We’re hearing some snippy commentary  that the majority of the Take Back the City protestors are young and middle class.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

In late 1969, a group of students occupied 45 St Stephen’s Green, then a Georgian building in a poor state of repair. Such was the novelty of this at (...)

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