Tags : Paschal Donohoe

Holohan move to Trinity ‘could have been handled better’, concede senior ministers
Ministers Harris and Donohoe turn sod on new Academic Hub and Library in TU Dublin Grangegorman
College Fee Grant Anomalies To Be Addressed, Says Pringle
Government welcomes financing from Council of Europe Bank for Student Accommodation
Student Accommodation
Finance Minister Confirms Public Sector Pay Rise
Public servants warned of pay stagnation under main parties’ plans
Parties row over cost of public sector deal
Irish Universities Association ‘disappointed’ with budget provisions
€74 million increase in funding for higher education in Budget 2020
Taoiseach defends third-level education funding
Lack of a full university in Waterford is choking the South East’s economy
Ministers attend Topping Out Ceremony at Grangegorman Central Quad for TU Dublin
Education Minister denies ‘electioneering’ over student fees and accommodation
Freeze on student fees puts McHugh under pressure on third-level funding
Public Sector Pay
Public sector pension levy won’t be abolished
Public servants now allowed work until they are 70
Public servants ‘in limbo’ as law to change retirement age faces ‘tight’ Christmas deadline
Public servants to work until 70 amid spiralling pensions