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Allowances are paid to people who cannot afford the full cost of renting a home and are, in effect, top-ups to cover the full cost. Photographs: Getty Images/PA

An immediate move to provide extra financial assistance to people at risk of becoming homeless is to be announced by the Government to tackle the hou(...)

Cork Institute of Technology  president Dr Brendan Murphy: reappointed in 2014 for a five-year contract. The institute is in discussions with the Department of Education and Skills to allow him to remain in office. Photograph: Neil Danton/News Digital

Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) is seeking permission from the Department of Education to allow its president to serve beyond the normal retirement(...)

Rory Gallagher plays the Macroom Mountain Dew Festival in 1978. Photograph: Youtube/ Rory Gallagherblues fan

From Barry Roche, Southern Correspondent in Macroom, Co Cork It may have been almost a decade after Woodstock and the Isle of Wight but the Macroom(...)

 UCD manager Nicky English: His side  are the outsiders of the semi-final quartet largely because they lack   well-known players but as a collective they have been extraordinarily strong. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

The Fitzgibbon Cup this weekend in Cork IT unusually sees no participants from the host city. It’s largely a Limerick invasion with all three college(...)

Davy Fitzgerald: “This is still a very competitive division, trust me. We have to go down to Laois and to Limerick still . . .” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Even with all his ducks lined up in near perfect order, Davy Fitzgerald still sees some misalignment with the Allianz Hurling League. The format, say(...)

Tipperary’s John O’Dwyer from Cork Institute of Technology, during the Fitzgibbon Cup Higher Education Championships launch at Croke Park. Photograph:  Matt Browne/Sportsfile

He may finally be a Munster medallist, his first piece of senior championship silverware as a Tipperary player, but John O’Dwyer has conceded that the(...)

 Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Plans to merge institutes of technology into new technological universities are likely to cost well more than €45 million, new figures show. The mov(...)

Looking to build a career in food: Culinary arts lecturer JJ Healy of the department of tourism and hospitality in Cork Institute of Technology giving a demonstration to secondary-school students at the college’s open day

Who’d want to cook for a living? All over Ireland, a plethora of cookery schools – from the Dublin Cookery School to Ballymaloe Cookery School to B(...)

The CAO this year is all about business and engineering points going up - but not everything fits that big picture. An odd mix of individual course(...)

The only slight decrease for agriculture was at IT Tralee. Photograph: Eric Luke

While demand for honours degrees in agricultural science decreased unexpectedly this year, points increased almost across the board for Level 6 and(...)

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