A selection of people starting new roles with companies in Ireland, including Expleo, Ecocem, Brewin Dolphin, Initiative Ireland, Three Ireland and ABP Food Group.
Wed, 11 Mar, 2020
The ad ran ahead of Ireland's Six Nations with England in February and referenced the British occupation of Ireland.
Tue, 26 Nov, 2019
Ger Mulvihill Sending promising Irish youngsters across the Irish Sea to pursue a career in professional football on academy contracts is ‘just not working’, with success rates ‘scarily low’, insists Shelbourne defender Luke Byrne.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2019
Annie Fletcher has been named as director of IMMA, the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Fri, 30 Nov, 2018
One in three young primary school children in high poverty regions in Dublin are victims of bullying, according to a new study.
Tue, 12 Sep, 2017
Former footballer Richie Sadlier has called for greater supports for players when they retire from the game as he admitted to contemplating suicide after he was forced out due to a hip injury in 2003.
Fri, 12 May, 2017
Mon, 25 May, 2015
Modern pentahlete, Natalaya Coyle, sits down for a Q&A with Brendan O'Brien.
Sat, 04 Apr, 2015
Dublin you’re looking well!
Sat, 28 Mar, 2015
WORKING dogs are confusing.
Mon, 08 Dec, 2014
Many degrees in study areas with increased demand, such as computing and engineering, are among dozens that will accept fresh applications this afternoon.
Tue, 19 Aug, 2014
Successful young celebs lead the way for ambitious women. Kidadults need to get their skates on.
Sun, 02 Mar, 2014
TWENTY-FIVE-year-old food writer and television presenter Donal Skehan has fast become a household name in Ireland.
Sun, 17 Nov, 2013
More than one in 10 college courses did not have enough applicants to fill all their places in this week’s first round of CAO offers.
Wed, 21 Aug, 2013
I was a pretty laid back child. The ambition only came later, when I left school and realised there was a big bad world out there.
Sun, 16 Dec, 2012
SOMEONE was missing at the University of Ulster’s winter graduation last November.
Sat, 13 Oct, 2012
For Irish teens, their ‘virtual’ world is as real as the rest of their lives. But has the unsupervised freedom we afford them online created a monster we can’t control, asks Claire O’Sullivan
Wed, 10 Oct, 2012
An Irish student has warned her fellow J1 travellers to beware of a widespread rental scam in the US that cost her and her friends almost $5,000 (€4,000).
Tue, 22 May, 2012
Dublin Thunder could seal SuperLeague status tonight by claiming the senior men’s National Cup at the National Basketball Arena.
Fri, 27 Jan, 2012
BRA-CLAD men and women raised a few eyebrows and thousands of euro when they walked through the streets of Dublin yesterday in aid of Action Breast Cancer.
Sat, 02 Apr, 2011
THE company that runs the Dublin Business School (DBS) saw pre-tax profits rise from €3 million to €3.1m in 2009.
Fri, 07 Jan, 2011
PSYCHOLOGISTS are warning Facebook’s 500 million users that “the honeymoon is over” and that the social networking site “is not about playtime anymore”.
Fri, 12 Nov, 2010
MORE than half of honours degree college courses are not giving places to any applicants in the second round of offers today.
Thu, 02 Sep, 2010
DOZENS of business and engineering courses at a number of colleges have failed to attract enough interest to fill them for the coming year.
Wed, 19 Aug, 2009
DOZENS of college courses have been cancelled, forcing students to re-order their preferences ahead of the July 1 cutoff for finalised third-level choices.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2009
A Lithuanian man who tried to kill a young student by slitting her throat as he mugged her to get money for heroin was jailed today for 15 years.
Wed, 28 Mar, 2007
A Lithuanian man who attempted to murder a French woman outside her Dublin apartment by cutting and stabbing her throat with a knife is expected to meet face-to-face with his victim tomorrow.
Tue, 27 Mar, 2007
Irish students will be able to study in some of India’s top universities under a series of agreements signed in the Asian country today.
Mon, 16 Jan, 2006
PROFITS at the country’s largest private third-level college, the Dublin Business School, plunged by €1.3 million in 2004.
Thu, 12 Jan, 2006
EVIDENCE is mounting that young people are committing suicide because of school bullying, an expert has warned.
Thu, 17 Nov, 2005
THE young French student stabbed at an apartment complex in Dublin midweek, was the victim of a robbery, gardaí said yesterday.
Sat, 14 May, 2005
A YOUNG French student, fighting for her life after being repeatedly stabbed in the neck and throat, is believed to have been followed into a Dublin city centre apartment block by her attacker.
Thu, 12 May, 2005
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