Monthly Archives: July 2019

Trinity launches investigation into claims of underpaid construction workers
Union Says Workers on Trinity College Construction Site Aren’t Being Paid Legal Rates
Limerick residents object to development of over 300 student accommodation spaces
University of Limerick’s Rainbow housing plan is ‘retrograde’
Review supports need for continuous assessment in Leaving Cert, say principals
Royal prefixes and institutions
Minister for Health publishes new Bill to reform the Research Ethics landscape
New immigrant registration system for students introduced
Review shows students think Irish should become optional for Leaving Cert
Munster Tech University Raises Many Questions. Answers Are Hard to Find
‘Royal’ prefixes and Irish institutions
Students Need Affordable Accommodation, Not Luxury ‘Studio Apartments’
GMIT president resigned following dispute over ‘governance issues’
A degree of reality is needed about whether college courses are really worth taking
Over 90% of New Student Beds in Dublin Demand Rents Above €800
National Student Accommodation Strategy
Are you a student looking for a place to rent in Ireland? Tell us your story
Third-level funding €138m ‘less than what is required’
Irish Universities Association calls on Government to urgently invest in Ireland’s future talent and innovation in Budget 2020
Third level reforms will have ‘no implications’ for academic freedom