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An investigation found that the National University of Ireland, Maynooth had breached statutory language obligations by displaying the name of the public body in English only, along with the University’s crest, on its headed stationery.

The highest number of complaints made to An Coimisinéir Teanga (the Irish Language Commissioner) since the office was established in 2004 was received(...)

Diarmuid Martin, said he was no longer going to send seminarians to St Patrick’s College because of “poisonous” atmosphere.  Photograph: Getty

Fr Michael Mullaney has been appointed president of the national seminary, St Patrick’s College in Maynooth, for the next three years as the Catholic(...)

Dr Dermot Ryan, clinical psychologist. Born: August 3rd, 1968, Died: May 9th, 2017 A consummate scholar and accomplished jazz drummer, clinical psych(...)

Kate Kerr-Horan with her horse Arlande and her mother Pam Kerr at Broomfield Equestrian Centre,  Tinahely, Co Wicklow. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

It happened just over 20 years ago last month but Kate Kerr-Horan’s mum still recalls the sort of tiny detail that a traumatic life experience sears o(...)

Davy expects C&C group net sales of €555.2 million, down 16 per cent year-on-year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

THIS WEEK MAY 15th MONDAY Results: Forterra Indicators: US housing market index (May) Meetings: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engin(...)

 JK Rowling has helped a Dublin man who lost valuable notes for a PhD during a night out. File photograph: Jamie Turner/Bloomsbury/PA Wire

A Dublin man who lost valuable notes for a PhD during a night out has received help from an unlikely source- Harry Potter author JK Rowling. In a Fa(...)

Maynooth University has recorded its highest ever level of first-preference applications. It says its arts programme is now the most popular course in the country when measured by the number of first-preference applications

The number of students seeking college places in engineering and technology has fallen this year despite high-profile attempts to tackle a skills cris(...)

The Ireland Rugby Squad’s Cian Healy would not score well on the BMI scale.  Photograph: Cian Healy

Next time you see the Irish rugby team run out onto the hallowed turf of the Aviva Stadium, bear in mind you have just witnessed 15 highly-paid overwe(...)

Official figures show that  60 per cent of Leaving Cert students who had an exemption from sitting the Irish exam went on to sit exams in French, German and Spanish. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

More than half of Leaving Cert students who were granted an exemption from studying Irish on the grounds of a learning disability went on to study a (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Minister for  Rural  Affairs Heather Humphreys  and Minister Dennis Naughton at the launch of the Action Plan for Regional Development : would the Government not be better with a more compact, and so more realistic, plan?  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Reading the action plan for rural development launched during the week under the title Realising Our Rural Potential, I was reminded of the Mayo journ(...)

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