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Charlie Bird with Keith Davey (left) and Trevor Vaugh from NUI Maynooth who are working on an AI driven voice simulation for Bird, who has motor neuron disease. Photograph: Laura Hutton

In the RTÉ archives, there is almost four decades of Charlie Bird’s voice. Last year, his wife Claire took time off work to begin the long process of (...)

At least 62 people have lost their lives on the Cork-Limerick road over the past 25 years.

'It never leaves you – time is not a healer': More than 60 people have died on the N20 Cork-Limerick road in the past 25 years. now its l(...)

NUI Galway is considering rebranding to ‘University of Galway’ in a bid to emphasise its status as a university to an international audience. Photograph: Patrick Henehan

It was formerly known as Queen’s College Galway and University College Galway. Now, NUI Galway looks set to change its name once again. College autho(...)

Contributors prior to a hearing before the Committee on the Irish Language, Gaeltacht and the Irish-speaking Community on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Draft proposals to change the specifications for Leaving Cert Irish should be set aside in favour of a fairer system that caters for all students, the(...)

Pianist Stan O’Beirne (18), a sixth year student at Gonzaga College, who won the   Top Security Frank Maher Classical Music Award, Ireland’s largest such competition for secondary schools, over the weekend. Photograph: Peter Houlihan

An 18-year-old pianist from Dublin has won €5,000 after securing the top prize at the Frank Maher Classical Music Awards. Stan O’Beirne, a sixth-yea(...)

The National Public Health Emergency Team said that as of 8am on Friday, 481 people were hospitalised with Covid-19, of which 97 were in intensive care units.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said that “our schools are safe places for our children”. He made the comment during a visit to Tipperary University Hos(...)

Prof John Fitzgerald said licensing requirements  make it hard for farmers to switch to forestry. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The existence of excessive amounts of red tape that makes it “impossible” for farmers to easily switch from growing crops or farming cattle to plantin(...)

Volunteers wait to support firefighters during a wildfire next to the village of Kamatriades, near Istiaia on the Greek island Evia in August. Photograph: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP via Getty Images

For the first time since the landmark Paris Agreement was agreed in 2015, there is a more upbeat mood in the run-up to the annual UN climate talks tak(...)

Climate activists from the Extinction Rebellion march in the City of London on August 27, 2021 during the group’s Impossible Rebellion series of actions. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

Ahead of the upcoming UN COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, many countries are now revising their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) as orig(...)

Professor Philip Nolan was chairman of Nphet’s epidemiological modelling advisory group, which has played a critical role in controlling the spread of Covid-19 in Ireland. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Prof Philip Nolan, currently a member of the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet), is to become director general of Science Foundation Irelan(...)

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