NUI Galway borrowed €60 million from the European Investment Bank for student residences and a new building for the college of medicine, nursing and health sciences.

Just last month NUI Galway was the latest university to benefit from a €60 million loan to help transform its campus. The money from the European Inv(...)

Students of Trinity College Dublin: a nationwide study  found that one in eight students had had an unwanted sexual experience during their third level years. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The rules of the dating game are changing. For Trinity College students in Dublin nightclubs, it can help to have a flyer with advice on sexual consen(...)

Pictured with Derek Tierney (centre), Department of Finance, is president, Ireland Chapter of PMI, Niall Murphy (left) and PwC Director for Portfolio and Programme Management in Ireland, Darren D’Arcy. Photograph: Maxwells

The Ireland chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) has named Terence O’Donnell as its distinguished contributor to project management in 20(...)

The October bank holiday weekend is one of the busiest for events, as a rake of festivals make a last-minute pitch for your entertainment pocket. Both(...)

Take heart: with a few simple lifestyle changes, up to 80 per cent of heart disease cases could be avoided

Heart disease is one of the biggest health problems facing the Irish population with more than 10,000 people dying each year from conditions arising f(...)

John Noel Smith: ‘Moving Lines I, 2017’, oil on canvas, 200 x 240 cm

John Noel Smith: Moving Lines ★★★★★ Reproductions don’t do justice to John Noel Smith’s paintings. That’s true of most paintings, though by no means (...)

The buzzwords right now in progressive companies are corporate wellness, executive healing and employee optimisation. Photograph: iStock

The buzzwords right now in progressive companies are corporate wellness, executive healing and employee optimisation. Smiling emojis, thumbs-up tee-sh(...)

Eamon de Valera speaks  at O’Connell’s monument in Ennis, Co Clare. “ He is very well thought of by his followers and considered extremely dangerous by the authorities . . . He is deified.” Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images

It is still possible to come across original sources for Ireland’s revolutionary period. The text here is a hitherto-neglected account of a visit to D(...)

Trinity College Dublin has been ranked at 81st place in the world university rankings for arts and humanities subjects. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Trinity College Dublin has climbed several places in the world university rankings in arts and humanities subjects. Trinity was the only Irish unive(...)

Dr Alison Campbell, Director of Knowledge Transfer Ireland. Enterprise Ireland. Copyright Fennell Photography

Knowledge Transfer Ireland, which was established four years ago, is the national office that helps private-sector organisations benefit from access t(...)

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