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Maynooth University:  concerns over increased enrolment and budgetary constraints. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Issues relating to staff workload management and the availability of informal learning spaces have been highlighted in a review of Maynooth University(...)

DCU’s support services were  singled out by the review team for helping to boost leadership and life-skills among students. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Concern over the lack of training for doctoral students who are given teaching roles has been flagged in a new review of Dublin City University by the(...)

The High Court ruled there was nothing in the Coroner’s Act 1962 which prevented the coroner from seeking evidence which was preparatory to the ultimate hearing of the inquest.

A coroner must seek certain information for the inquest into the death of a 20-year-old man as a result of an alleged violent assault, the High Court (...)

BAI  chief executive Michael O’Keeffe suggested he had no interest in asking ministers for extra powers to apply updated ownership and control rules on existing media owners. Photograph by Matt Kavanagh

Who remembers March 1991? Mary Robinson was three months into her presidency, while the United States had just obliterated Saddam Hussein’s army in th(...)

The results aid regulators in deciding whether banks should raise more capital and what level of dividends they can give shareholders and the bonuses they can pay staff. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Republic’s two biggest banks have enough capital to withstand a recession, results of a Europe-wide tests show, but the State’s regulator says bot(...)

Nama expects to have earned a surplus of €3.5bn  for the State once it has finished its work

State assets agency Nama earned €690 million from selling assets belonging to developers that was not originally held as security for their debts, a (...)

The EU sent a mission to Ireland in mid-March, as part of what it describes as a routine audit. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The European Commission is investigating the State regulator’s system of monitoring some of the largest and most successful fishing vessels in the Iri(...)

Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin, former minister Councillor Ciaran Cuffe and party leader Eamon Ryan pictured in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin. Photograph: Green Party/Twitter

The Green Party has ratcheted up its criticism of the Government’s policies on climate change, ethics and sustainability at its national conference in(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn.

The National Asset Management Agency broke data-protection laws by failing to provide developers Michael and John O’Flynn with all of the personal inf(...)

Udarás na Gaeltachta and Bradán Muhr Teoranta agreed to pay €1.05 million for a 40 per cent stake held in Galway fish farm operator Bradán Beo Teoranta by Maoiniu Mara Teoranta.

*This article was amended on July 25th, 2017. A dispute over the €1 million sale of a stake in a company backed by State agency Udarás na Gaeltachta (...)

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