There are several courses across Ireland’s technological universities that could lead to a promising career within the aviation industry. Photograph: iStock/Getty

The Institute of Technology as we know it, is no more. Technological Universities are taking over. The first of its kind, Technological University Du(...)

Tom Niland (73) from Skreen, Co Sligo, was the victim of a burglary and savage assault at his home four weeks ago and is now on life support in ICU.

Michael Walsh sat by his cousin Tom Niland’s bed in the intensive care unit of Sligo University Hospital one evening this week and relayed to the unre(...)

An aerial view of the former Des Kelly showroom and adjoining site at 168/169 Phibsborough Road in Dublin 7

The decision by Technological University Dublin (TUD) to bring its various faculties together at a new campus at Grangegorman coupled with the more ge(...)

Prof Emmeline Hill and Prof Lisa Katz have been awarded over €880,000 to investigate the dynamic interplay between the inherited DNA sequence of a horse and the environment. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

A broad range of Irish scientific research is to be supported by the latest round of Science Foundation Ireland’s Frontiers for the Future programme –(...)

Academics are predicting mass car ownership will be replaced by sharing schemes, public transport, cycling and e-scooters. File photograph: Alan Betson

It is approaching “five minutes to midnight” for the private car as young people are increasingly choosing other modes of transport, a conference on s(...)

An aerial view of number 61 Mountjoy Street (outlined in red) shows its prime city centre location

Having operated for many years as a youth hostel under the An Óige Irish Youth Hostel Association (IYHA), number 61 Mountjoy Street in Dublin city cen(...)

79-83 Prussia Street comprises Hyne’s pub, which is still trading, and 18 largely-vacant pre-63s,

Investors and developers looking to take advantage of Stoneybatter’s newly-minted status as “Ireland’s coolest neighbourhood” may be interested in an (...)

An aerial view of the Dominican Order site which fronts on to the Old Greenhills Road in Tallaght.

Developers involved in the delivery of student accommodation and apartments for the private rented sector will be interested in a well-located residen(...)

The Draft Tallaght Town Centre Local Area Plan also aims to  build a fourth stand at Tallaght Stadium and redevelop the Square Shopping Centre. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Developers in the south Dublin area of Tallaght would have to demonstrate demand for one-bed homes if they wish to build them, a new development strat(...)

Diageo announced in 2017 that it intended to transform 12.6 acres at Guinness’s St James’s Gate brewery into a new urban quarter.

Since 2013, anyone looking for a snapshot of the resurgence in Dublin’s property market didn’t have to look too far beyond the city’s docklands. Havin(...)

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