The G8 summit held in Co Fermanagh last week put the subject of drones on the agenda when Enniskillen was caught up in a £50 million security operatio(...)

Jimmy Martin and Austin Ryan founded the AMCS Group in 2003 to supply software solutions and vehicle technology to the environmental and waste sectors(...)

The sixth biannual EuroNanoForum – which takes place in Dublin this week – is set to “showcase Ireland as a hotbed of nanotechnology research, innovat(...)

Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan, chief executive of CPL Industries Tim Minett,  Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and chief executive of Shannon Foynes Port   as CPL Industries announced its plans to build a new state of the art bio-fuel plant creating 142 jobs. A €250m plan to transform Limerick’s economy was also unveiled this morning. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

Details of an ambitious €250 million plan set to transform Limerick’s economy over the next two decades has been unveiled. ‘Limerick 2030 – An (...)

 Former psychotherapist Nessa Childers helped organise the conference on mental healthcare in Limerick. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

sTalk therapies are the most suitable treatment for the majority of mental health issues and could be made available at primary care level at no extra(...)

One of the venues confirmed for the Limerick bid for the Gay Games is Thomond Park. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Limerick has been announced as one of three finalist European cities to host the 2018 Gay Games. The Treaty City, along with London and Paris, are in (...)

Terence O’Rourke, chairperson of Enactus Ireland,  said the students had shown “tremendous understanding” of the social needs and challenges their projects set out to address. Photograph: Mark McCall

Dublin City University has won a national competition recognising students who use business principles to create and implement community projects. The(...)

Although never cut out (!) to be a surgeon, I have fond memories of being a surgical intern. For three months I worked with Prof Greg Shanik, Mr Dermo(...)

Up and away: graduates are again facing the possiblity of having to emigrate. Illustration. Éna Brennan
The Class of 2013

The graduates of 2013 have been formed by boom and bust. The students who have just finished their final exams and are about to step outside ed(...)

Professor Dermot Walsh Professor of Law, University of Limerick

Ireland’s leading legal authority on policing has contended the Minister for Justice and the(...)

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