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UCD students union are asking Dublin Bus drivers to “stop tarnishing everyone with same brush” after it suspended routes near Belfield due to antisocial behaviour. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

UCD management and Students’ Union representatives are to meet Dublin Bus on Thursday in a bid to resolve a situation in which bus drivers are refusin(...)

Niamh O’Donohoe, the young National Botanic Gardens-trained horticulturist

What does it take to make a career as a professional horticulturist? A strong back? Green fingers? A love of nature and of working alone outdoors? A w(...)

There’s a huge Cork derby in store at the Fr Mathews Arena on Saturday evening as Fr Mathews host  UCC Glanmire

There are some tough games in store for the National Cup finalists this weekend as they head back to regular league action. For men’s finalists UCD M(...)

“Being able to identify yourself as part of nature without being laughed at... [is] a huge shift.” Photograph: AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert

Each week throws up a new report into the perilous state of the planet. Wildlife populations around the world have fallen by an average of 60 per cent(...)

Even when relaxing, people feel an urge to read something ‘improving’ or useful. Photograph: Noel Hendrickson/Thinkstock/Getty

Christmas is promoted as a time of rest and idleness but for many of us it’s just another opportunity for work. There are events to organise, presents(...)

UCD celebrate winning  the  women’s Senior Cup final at the  National Hockey Stadium, UCD,  in April. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

After completing the first phase of their women’s Hockey League campaigns last weekend before the winter break, the top 10 sides in the country turn t(...)

Railway’s Sarah Hawkshaw: included in the Ireland panel earlier this week. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Saturday sees the eighth and final round of Hockey League matches before the winter break, the competition not resuming until February. While most of(...)

The consequences for cheating vary across different institutions, ranging from penalties such as a reduction in marks, letters of warning, fines, suspension or even expulsion. Photograph: iStock

Cheating is on the rise in Irish universities and colleges with business studies students most likely to be accused of “academic dishonesty”. Since 2(...)

Former Terenure College, Dublin and UCD rugby coach John McClean (73) leaves the Dublin District Court on Wednesday after he was charged with more than 30 counts of indecently assaulting schoolboys at Terenure College over a 17 year period. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former rugby coach at Terenure College is to stand trial accused of indecently assaulting nine students at the south Dublin secondary school over a(...)

Dublin’s  Head of the river on Saturday will be run over a slightly shorter-than-usual course of about a mile and a half from O’Connell Bridge to the Trinity weir. Photograph:  Tom Honan

It might tempt fate to say so, but Irish rowers have had some good weather over the last few months as they settled into training programmes for the (...)

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