“Today was a both a celebration of who we are in Ireland now"
The Government has defended the arrangements of a public meeting on climate change, despite complaints that the public was not told where or when it was taking place.
University students are being urged to practise safe sex following a dramatic rise in the numbers of young people in Ireland diagnosed with sexually transmitted diseases.
The Union of Students Ireland (USI) will hold a national day of protest today to put pressure on the Government to find a long-term, publicly financed solution to third-level education funding.
Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan has written to US secretary of state John Kerry over changes to the J1 visas system which will prevent students entering the US without a prearranged job.
More than 50 complaints against the body overseeing the approval of student grants have been accepted by the ombudsman.
Looking good is more important than religion to Irish college students, according to a recent survey.
Dozens of students were tonight pitching tents outside Leinster House to protest against the re-introduction of third-level fees.
Representatives of the country’s students, angry at a 69% hike in registration fees, are meeting the Education Minister Noel Dempsey today.
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 2:00 PM
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 9:00 AM
Monday, September 28, 2020 - 7:00 PM