Tarlach McGonagle of the University of Amsterdam, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission chief commissioner Emily Logan and Siobhán Cummiskey of Facebook.

Online hate speech against groups such as asylum seekers and Travellers is widespread in Ireland but is seldom called out or reported, a new study has(...)

Illustraton of a market area under the arches of the viaduct, with the addition of freestanding stall structures.

Balbriggan in Dublin is set for a €20 million rejuvenation plan that will include new amenities such as free wifi in the town centre, as well as a ska(...)

More than half of all Irish beef is exported to the UK at present. Photograph: Getty Images

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has said that there is nothing in its rules that would force either the EU or UK to erect a hard Irish border after(...)

The director of the national anti-bullying research and resource centre at Dublin City University said schools are struggling to cope with bullying.

A quarter of primary school children say they have been bullied at least twice a month, according to a survey of 1,674 pupils from eight primary schoo(...)

Dr Martin McAleese is noted as having asked whether DCU “had considered the option of constructing prefabricated units” to house students on campus.  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Chancellor of Dublin City University (DCU), Dr Martin McAleese, suggested the college consider housing students in prefab accommodation to meet de(...)

Goldman Sachs promoted more women than before this year, including Irishwoman and DCU graduate Sinéad Strain. Photograph: Reuters

Sunday, New York Marathon. Wednesday, entry into one of Wall Street’s most prestigious clubs. It’s been quite the week for Barry O’Brien, an investmen(...)

 Juliet Short in action for Leinster: the player has been included in the Ireland team for the November Test matches. Photograph:  Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Just a few years ago Juliet Short was told she would never play rugby again when a spine injury threatened her career. She moved to Brazil to coach bu(...)

Dublin City University is leading a new EU project to tackle ‘fake news’.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin City University is leading a new EU project to tackle “fake news” by tracking and flagging online disinformation on social media. The three-ye(...)

Braces no longer a familiar aspect of adolescence as dentists and orthodontists see the adult’s mouth as just as malleable as the child’s

In an article on an 18th-century tooth-puller, historian Colin Jones claimed that “the list of Great Dates in Dentistry is largely unknown, I wager, o(...)

Can AI help us to achieve our dreams of a better work-life balance?

The impacts of rapid developments in technology and potential risks and benefits for society from artificial intelligence will be explored at a public(...)

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