From tomorrow morning, all lectures will be delivered online instead of in a lecture hall but tutorials, seminars and laboratory practicals will continue to be given in their current format.
An Bórd Pleanála is set to make a key decision within days which will determine the timeline for delivery of Cork’s first flood defences.
Former CEO Garrett Fitzgerald has played down perceptions of a Cork-Limerick divide in Munster rugby.
A giant ape attacked Shandon and there’s a sea monster in the Lee — pure dynamite, like, and guaranteed true stories, we swear.
Rowena Walsh meets Rosie Smith-Dunne, an energetic 91-year-old who is happily still helping others after a lifetime of volunteering.
The case of a woman who was accused of witchcraft in Co Cork and prosecuted at a sensational trial in 1661 forms the plot of a new opera by the acclaimed avant-garde composer, Raymond Deane.
Architects, tortoises and spaniels have colonised thisend-terrace Cork city home, writes Tommy Barker.
Seán Fay, from Dublin 15, recently scored 161 in the supervised Mensa test for IQ, placing him in the top 1% of the population.
Dublin City Council is putting on a range of family-friendly events in the area from midday.
A Green MEP has said someone should lose their job if they do not increase the number of people using public transport to head to Croke Park.
As investigative journalist and Irish author Tim MacGabhann reported on the drug cartels in Mexico, he was also supporting them through his own drug use. The experience helped inspire his debut novel, writes Marjorie Brennan
“The research shows that 7.5% of the 6,000 weekly trips made via Bleeperbike could have happened by car or taxi, which saves an estimated five tonnes of carbon per year."
Three years ago the men of Jadotville, Congo had their 15 minutes of fame. Jamie Dornan sprinkled stardust on these
A breast cancer survivor, who became a mother shortly after leaving school at the age of 17 without sitting her Leaving Cert, believes that a return to education changed her life.
The search for the Wicklow man missing on Mount Everest won't resume until late next week.
A former photojournalist from the US who is in Ireland this week is looking to be reunited with an Irishman who he met in 1984 when he made him an honorary CNN reporter in Dublin for the visit of the then-US President Ronald Reagan.
The creators of the critically acclaimed television series Game of Thrones, David Benioff and Daniel .B. Weiss, met each other while studying in Dublin.
Last Monday’s Irish Grand National evoked plenty of memories for Roy Craigie, many of them from long before he enjoyed an 11-year stint as Fairyhouse general manager up to 1999.
Actors used to turn to alcohol to numb nerves before filming explicit shots. Now Tinseltown has ‘intimacy co-ordinators’, writes Ed Power
Catholic Institute face the biggest test to their impressive early-season credentials with tomorrow’s trip to Monkstown.
I overheard them on Tuesday as they hunched over their shopping, faces constricted with the effort of comparing one grind school, which charges about €7,295 a year to another, which charges €6,900 a year.
Set up in 2014, SRS specialises in high-performance software for wireless systems, writes Trish Dromey
Peter Miskimmin made no bones about it: he was torn.
Plans for flood defences to protect one of Cork City’s most flood-prone areas as part of a major public realm upgrade have gone on public display.
Audrey has been sorting out Cork people for ages.
Our regular contributors select their highlights of the year.
Rents for two- and three-bedroom homes close to the new Luas cross-city route soared by 21% in the last year.
Six of Dublin's top hotels are calling for taxis to continue to be allowed to use College Green.
House prices close to new Luas Cross City service linking the red and green lines have rocketed by 15% in value, compared to a 6% increase in similar homes near other rail stations, it has emerged.
The draw has been made for next year's Sigerson Cup and Fitzgibbon Cup.
Fr Peter McVerry has said that the homelessness situation in Ireland is now “beyond a crisis”.
Boris Johnson has poked fun at the Brexit impasse by asking if an atomic microscope could be used to split the deadlock on future cross-border trade.
Planning permission for the first phase of Cork’s long-awaited €140m flood defences could be sought before the end of the month.
While working at ELLE in New York, I had to challenge quite a few of my colleagues’ misconceptions about Ireland.
Full-time student and lone- parent Róisín Smyth, 27, rents a two-bedroom apartment with her two-year-old daughter, having previously lived in emergency accommodation.
Most people with disabilities can’t afford to feed themselves properly or stay warm, it has emerged.
If in doubt, spin it out. So appears to be the primary approach of the Government to the housing crisis and homeless emergency.
You heard them before you saw them.
That a mathematician and sportsman would consider it important that engineering students be lectured on poetry says a lot about Trevor West.
The University of Limerick (UL) has cancelled sexual consent workshops due to lack of interest.
A national concussion strategy is needed to identify and manage concussions across all sports in Ireland, according to scientists studying the condition.
The inspirational Mark Pollock speaks to Irene Feighan and reveals how he aims to make Ireland the world’s leading research centre for robotics and spinal stimulation.
Reclaimed by Irishmen such as Yeats, from the canon of English Literature, Jonathan Swift has become an icon of Irishness, writes Josephine Fenton. Though he insisted he was English, he felt compelled to rebel.
A new book in aid of an Irish charity asked people to recall their favourite concert, writes Don O’Mahony.
An Irish physicist has made a major discovery using children’s Silly Putty.
First-time mothers are suffering through a litany of undiagnosed, under-reported and untreated health issues in every aspect of their lives, a major research project has revealed.
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