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Cork Institute of Technology: an anonymous whistleblower wrote to the Public Accounts Committee last March questioning spending on consultancy fees and standards of corporate governance at the college.

Cork Institute of Technology has strongly rejected allegations of financial irregularities and misspending made by an anonymous whistleblower.The ins(...)

Fine Gael TD John Deasy: ‘Nobody seems to know what is going on in these institutions.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An expert panel assessing the bid for a technological university in Munster has criticised plans by the merging institutions to retain parallel manag(...)

Dublin’s Emmett Ó Conghaile: has impressed manager Jim Gavin during the O’Byrne Cup. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho
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All throw-ins 2.0 unless stated Football O’BYRNE CUP SEMI-FINALS Kildare v DIT, St Conleth’s Park Apart from the frictio(...)

Alan Campbell and Barry Grogan tackle Donncha O’Connor of Cork. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Cork 1-14 Tipperary 0-12Cork manager Brian Cuthbert welcomed the opportunity for “game-time” for his extended squad who continued their run through th(...)

CBRE is inviting rental offers of €135,000 for a newly available shop at 11 Patrick Street in Cork.It formerly traded as O2 and is located between Mar(...)

Violet Garden: bought by Stephen Vernon for €1.7 million

The west Cork coastal retreat of Glandore favoured by sailing enthusiasts is seeing something of a mini-property boom after closing a couple of high-(...)

The Union of Students in Ireland says it has registered more than 20,000 new student voters on electoral registers around the country

The Union of Students in Ireland says it has registered more than 20,000 new student voters on electoral registers around the country. A campaign to g(...)

Helen Mortimer

While Jan O’Sullivan and the teacher unions remain at loggerheads over the junior cycle reforms, the National Parents’ Council Post-Primary claimed(...)

Waterford Institute of Technology told it will not achieve standalone university status unless it resumes talks with IT Carlow on a planned merger. Photograph: The Irish Times

Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan has told Waterford Institute of Technology that it will not achieve university status unless it resumes talks wi(...)

View of the quays in Waterford city. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Waterford has been campaigning for a university for more than 20 years, citing the high rate of unemployment in the southeast as a reason for special (...)

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