A queue outside the walk-in vaccination centre at Croke Park in Dublin just before opening on Monday morning. Photograph: Collins

The six millionth dose of Covid-19 vaccine will be administered this week, the Minister for Health has said. Stephen Donnelly described on Twitter a(...)

Scenes captured on social media in Limerick

Three men were arrested after gardaí were forced to break up a street party in a residential area of Limerick on Tuesday night . The University of Lim(...)

Construction has stopped on the national children’s hospital in Dublin due to  coronavirus restrictions. Photograph: Alan Betson

Building contractors could end up in complex disputes with clients following the suspension of most construction across the State as a result of Covid(...)

Work on big projects including the National Children’s Hospital stalled across the Republic last week, hitting up to 30,000 jobs. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Construction collapsed at record speed to its lowest level in 11 years as Covid-19 restrictions halted building across the Republic last month, the la(...)

James Nesbitt at Portrush: “I think we’re standing at a profound moment here in the history of the islands,” he says. Photograph: Trevor McBride

At Ulster University, it is graduation time. On the steps which lead up to the main entrance of the university’s Coleraine campus, new graduates pose (...)

The DIT campus at Grangegorman, Dublin. WKN advised the Grangegorman Development Agency on the project.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Directors John McNally and JP Hilliard are buying out property industry veteran Dr Bill Nowlan’s firm WK Nowlan Real Estate Advisors (WKN). Founded b(...)

Rebecca Kelly, left, and Breda Kenny, both from Castlecomer Community School, Co Kilkenny,  at the Trinity College Open Day with a Lightening Ball which contains a mixture of gases that generate electromagnetic waves

University College Cork When is open day? The full schedule is available on ucc.ie/opendays. Life on campus For its 21,000 students, campus life(...)

Maynooth University is the fastest growing university in Ireland

Kildare has a two-tier property market, with north Kildare, which includes Celbridge, Clane, Leixlip and Maynooth, faring better than areas such as(...)