Imogen Cotter during a training session at her home in Ruan, Clare. Photograph:  David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

‘Get off that computer game!’ is still the war-cry of many Covid-addled parents yet, when it comes to cycling that is literally where all the action r(...)

Kathleen Lonsdale: the pioneering scientist, pacifist and prison reformer was born on January 28th, 1903, in Newbridge, Co Kildare

Kathleen Lonsdale, X-ray crystallographer, pacifist and prison reformer, was an outstanding scientist who had a number of firsts for female scientists(...)

What is often called ‘the privilege of remote working’ is now the norm for many, and looks set to remain part of the landscape of our working lives. Photograph: Getty images

The results of the 2021 Sign of the Times survey by Behaviour & Attitudes are published by The Irish Times today. The annual snapshot of Irish lif(...)

‘This is the most serious threat Trinity has faced to its autonomy in many decades because it strikes at the heart of who we are and everything we want to achieve as a university.’ Photograph: iStock

Universities are concerned that sweeping Government reforms aimed at strengthening the accountability of higher education institutions will restrict t(...)

Darren Gaughan’s family, from Killure, Aclare, Co Sligo, outside the Four Courts on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has apologised before the High Court to the family of a deceased young man with diabetes over delay in responding(...)

Cystic Fibrosis  campaigner Jillian McNulty  is preparing for the  annual fundraising event, 65 Roses Day. Photograph: PA

The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered widespread fear and serious alarm among the cystic fibrosis community in the State, forcing those living with the (...)

Coillte chief executive Imelda Hurley: We’ll remember Covid but we’ll talk about the licensing crisis. Photograph: Fennell Photography

For Coillte chief executive Imelda Hurley, the challenges posed over the last year by Covid and Brexit pale in comparison to a crisis the State forest(...)

‘The gig economy model that is often believed to be the new utopia of opportunity is not so enlightening.’ File photograph: Getty

At the end of January 2021 almost 500,000 workers here were on the pandemic unemployment payment. The roll out of vaccination programmes has shifted m(...)

Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: iStock Trinity College Dublin – Trinity MBA This is offered as a 12-month, full-time MBA or part-(...)

Springboard + is funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund. Photograph: Getty

Springboard+ is a scheme that aims to reskill people in areas where skilled job opportunities are growing. It provides free higher-education courses (...)

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