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Garda checkpoints are being rolled out in Co Donegal  ahead of the imposition of Level 3 restrictions at midnight.

Fears over more severe restrictions for other cities are growing tonight after the Government imposed Level 3 restrictions on colleges, which will see(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn, acting chief medical officer said people should try to meet ‘half as many people this week as you did last week’. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

A further 188 confirmed cases of Covid-19 were reported by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET), 76 of them in Dublin. This brings to 33(...)

While local authorities do not have to bear the same risk premium in securing construction finance, the contrast in prices between publicly developed housing and privately developed housing raises serious questions about the Government’s housing strategy. Photograph: Frank Miller

Not for the first time, the State seems to be shooting itself in the foot on housing. Local authorities are paying over the odds for so-called turnkey(...)

The projects are located in the TU Dublin Tallaght and Blanchardstown (above) campuses; in Cork IT and IT Tralee; in the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire; and in Athlone Institute of Technology. File photograph: itb.ie

A programme for the construction of six higher education buildings has progressed and will go out to tender “immediately”, the Department of Higher Ed(...)

A Masters of Business Administration is a valuable qualification in terms of career advancement. Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin Trinity MBA Web: tcd.ie/business/mba/ This is offered as a 12-month, full-time MBA or part-time Executive MBA that takes place(...)

DCU’s James Bergin tackles Billy Nolan of Waterford IT. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

DCU 1-23 Waterford IT 2-14 DCU led from the 23rd minute, as they booked a Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final berth, following a six-point win over WIT on Thur(...)

Raceix CEO Aidan Foley, CTO Sam Santi and head of data Vicki O’Donell. A crucial part of the Raceix offering is up-to-date mapping

“Android for boats with the intuition of Apple and the dynamism of Tesla,” is how Aidan Foley, chief executive of technology start-up, Raceix, describ(...)

It has taken three satellite experiments over two decades to accurately measure the cosmic microwave background, thousands of scientists have painstakingly built their careers on this endeavour and books have been written

We have one universe, but at present different determinations of its rate of expansion, which simply do not agree. This constitutes a puzzle, the reso(...)

These nanoparticles have been built at a scale small enough to interact with individual molecules. Photograph: Medi-Mation/Science Photo Library

The idea that a tiny machine could be inserted into the body and then travel to the site of damaged or diseased cells to repair those cells onsite has(...)

Jamie Hawan: ‘This programme is about you and your own development. You will get out of it what you put in.’

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from, what you studied in college? “I am from Wexford, I live with my son Jason, my fiancée Celine and her daug(...)

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