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Leaving Cert students at Belvedere College, Dublin, about to sit an exam in June of this year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Third level colleges have come under fresh criticism for “artificially inflating” CAO points, through the proliferation of niche courses, ahead of the(...)

Tralee IT was shown to offer four tourism-related, higher-degree courses last year with 15 places. These included “travel and tourism management”, which had just two places and an entry requirement of 340 points.

More than one-third of courses being offered by universities and institutes of technology have 15 or fewer places, latest figures show, in a pattern (...)

The joinery workshoip in Cork Prison. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

In a small room at the back of a dilapidated 19th century prison, the hurling season just got busy. Nobody plays here; there are no goalposts or pitch(...)

Ireland’s Kelly Proper in action during the long jump at the Cork City Sports, CIT, last night. Photograph: Donall Farmer/ Inpho

This was a sprint when he’s aiming for more than a full marathon distance longer, although Robert Heffernan was still thrown a little off track in Co(...)

Séamus Harnedy will start at full forward for Cork against Waterford at Semple Stadium. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho.

MUNSTER SHC QUARTER-FINAL Waterford v Cork Semple Stadium, 4pm Live RTÉ 2 Having finally endured relegation from Division One A of the league, Wate(...)

UCC’s Conor Lehane. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Cork IT 1-17 UCC 0-19 Tipperary’s John O’Dwyer converted a match-win(...)

Cork’s Séamus Harnedy will line out for UCC in the Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final against CIT. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

A very big weekend dawns for UCC in Queen’s Belfast, as the Cork college goes for a third successive Fitzgibbon Cup and a first doubl(...)

The rail line at Ballycar, Newmarket On Fergus, Co Clare on the Limerick to Ennis route is expected to remain closed for about six weeks because of flooding. Photograph: Press 22

Transport networks are recovering after the havoc across Ireland caused by yesterday’s storm. Some delays and cancellations have been re(...)

Cork IT 5-17 Mary Immaculate College 2-6Cork IT spoiled Mary Immaculate College’s McGrath Cup debut with a resounding win on their own grounds yesterd(...)

The Government’s chief scientific adviser has said the potential “long-term economic impact” of Ireland’s marine renewable energy research “cannot be (...)

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