I ask the good people of Ireland to stop wearing single-use, disposable gloves as they go about their business amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Testing means picking up more cases, this was good he said as it would help identify ‘hot spots’ which could then be isolated and slow down the spread of the virus.
A new online GP referral system for Covid-19 testing crashed shortly after going live today.
Eve Kelliher looks at the creative ethos underpinning the work of Pritzker Prize laureates Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara
Annie Fitzgerald chases her second All-Ireland medal in a month when spearheading the Gailltír attack in tomorrow’s All-Ireland Intermediate Club Camogie Championship final against St. Rynagh’s of Offaly (Croke Park, 1.30pm).
Students camping out day and night in protest at proposed incoming rent hikes at accommodation owned by their university believe they will remain in their tents on-campus for at least another week.
Ryan Tubridy said they are coming to Limerick to herald "the best of Irish".
Students protesting a proposed rent hike at University College Cork (UCC) occupied the Quad today by pitching several tents and vowing to stay put until the policy is reversed.
Graham Dwyer is unlikely to benefit from a key Supreme Court’s ruling in his bid to overturn his 2015 conviction for the murder of Elaine O’Hara, legal experts have said.
University of Limerick researchers have helped Brazilian Federal Police devise one of the best ways of arresting gangs involved in the distribution of videos and photographs of children being sexually abused.
John Daly discusses Ireland’s role in the global aviation services sector with John Ludden of GECAS.
Holders UCC were denied a second successive Collingwood Cup final appearance, going down 2-1 to Ulster University after a thrilling semi-final at the AUL Complex.
Universities are advising students to take a number of precautions to help limit the potential spread of the new strain of coronavirus until more is known about the infection.
Tom Ahern is making the leaps and bounds you might expect from a long-striding 6ft 9ins lock but the Munster second row’s progress through Ireland’s age-grade ranks is just as impressive as his performance levels.
Only a third of the country’s network of more than 560 garda stations has experienced an increase in staffing levels in the past five years, despite almost 2,800 extra gardaí joining the force over the period.
Only a third of the country’s network of over 560 Garda stations has experienced an increase in staffing levels in the past five years, despite almost 2,800 extra gardaí joining the force over the period.
Recreational drug users should be left in “no doubt” that they are supporting gangs that prey on children and murder people, leading experts have said.
My idea of misery is a nine to five office job.
Despite the best efforts of the outstanding Cian Darcy, University of Limerick suffered defeat at the hands of an impressive DCU side in a tense Fitzgibbon Cup Group A clash at St Clare’s.
University of Limerick were foiled by the brilliance of IT Sligo goalkeeper Paddy O’Malley in their Sigerson Cup round one loss at Ballinode, Sligo.
Cllr Chrisopher O'Sullivan is the boyfriend of Cllr Holly McKeever Cairns, who will contest the same election in the same constituency.
In a bid to address the gender imbalance at a senior level across the sector, twenty new professorships specifically for women are to be in place by September.
A new pilot study of doctor visits has shown that the average duration of a consultation was 14.1 minutes, and that patients had an average time between consultations of 99 days.
The new Football Association of Ireland board is set to have its first female director after the Schoolboys FAI (SFAI) last night proposed Ursula Scully as their nominee to replace John Earley.
Assistant Commissioner Pat Leahy said the target for local garda commanders should not be is crime up or down but “community safety”.
Clare hurler David Reidy had a rather robust — certainly, unorthodox — first encounter with new Banner manager Brian Lohan.
Ms Harney is the current chancellor of UL and her term runs to 2022.
Legal experts have said the Attorney General's advice to the Government that it is unconstitutional to give adopted people unrestricted access to their birth information is "incorrect".
"Lyric already has close ties with practitioners in UL as part of the huge cultural contribution the station makes to Limerick and the Mid-West.”
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