The site has more than 110 metres of frontage to Kevin Street Lower and is also bounded by Camden Row, St Kevin’s Park, Liberty Lane and New Bride Street

The former DIT Kevin Street campus – one of the best city centre redevelopment sites to come on the market for years – is quoting more than €80 millio(...)

The Royal College Surgeons’s new medical education building on York Street.   The RCSI is set to become the country’s eighth university under legislation likely to pass through the Oireachtas shortly

What’s in a name? A lot, if you are a college trying to attract international students and lucrative research funding. The Royal College of Surgeons (...)

 RCSI is planning to expand to create a ‘university quarter’  in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) is set to become the country’s eighth university under new legislation likely to complete its passage thr(...)

 Michael Shine (86), of Ballsbridge, Dublin, attending court on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A medical expert has told the trial of a retired surgeon accused of groping a number of boys in his care that he was “shocked” by allegations of a tee(...)

The plaque was unveiled in December on Cabra Bridge.

The destruction of a plaque in Cabra, north Dublin commemorating the 1916 Rising has been called “shocking, disappointing and upsetting” by the chairm(...)

 Prof Sally-Ann Cryan is the senior author on a study that has developed a new treatment for tuberculosis. Photograph: Maxwell

A team of researchers led by Irish-based scientists has made a major breakthrough in tuberculosis treatment. The treatment is administered through an(...)

Students from fee-paying schools account for between 25 and 30 per cent of new undergraduates at Trinity and UCD in the current academic year. Photograph: David Sleator

Students from fee-paying schools far more likely to attend a handful of top Dublin-based universities, according to new figures that highlight the ext(...)

Ventilation of a Room by Tobin’s Tubes. Illustration for ‘Cassell’s Book of the Household’ (Cassell, 1889).

Before the advent of cinema, or even radio, attending public lectures was a popular entertainment across Ireland. Audiences could choose from discours(...)

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(...)

Orla O’Connor, director of the National Women’s Council said  up to date data on sexual violence is urgently needed. File photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Serious concerns were raised on Wednesday that the first report in almost two decades on the extent of sexual violence in Ireland will take five years(...)

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