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From TheJournal.ie Points jump for business, agriculture and science courses Points Race

Points jump for business, agriculture and science courses

Students hoping to receive an offer for their first preference courses will find out what the points requirements are this morning.

From TheJournal.ie Pictures: Sand sculpting trio's giant monuments in Dublin Castle Duthain Dealbh This post contains images

Pictures: Sand sculpting trio's giant monuments in Dublin Castle

A trio of artists constructed a series of complex sculptures today in Dublin Castle — see them here.

From TheJournal.ie Proposal to place petrol station next to school rejected by Dublin City Council Planning

Proposal to place petrol station next to school rejected by Dublin City Council

Parents and children from Gaelscoil Cholmcille protested outside Dublin City Council over the plan, which was proposed as part of the extension of Dublin’s Luas line.

From TheJournal.ie 294 deaths may have been caused by Irish... heatwaves Heatwaves

294 deaths may have been caused by Irish... heatwaves

The study found that because Ireland’s climate is changing there will be more heatwaves, which may result in more heat-related deaths.

From TheJournal.ie Malala to become honorary member of DIT students' union Malala

Malala to become honorary member of DIT students' union

Malala Yousufzai grabbed worldwide headlines last year when she survived an attempted assassination in Pakistan’s Swat Valley.

From TheJournal.ie How a French cabinet minister owes €157 property tax in Ireland France

How a French cabinet minister owes €157 property tax in Ireland

Hélène Conway-Mouret lived in Ireland for 30 years and owns a property in north Dublin. She is among 37 ministers who made disclosures of personal wealth today.

From The42 VIDEO: James McGivney's quality goal among the highlights of today's Sigerson Cup action Take A Bow This post contains videos

VIDEO: James McGivney's quality goal among the highlights of today's Sigerson Cup action

It still couldn’t inspire Athlone IT to a win though.

From The42 Sigerson Cup: DIT cause semi-final upset against DCU GAA

Sigerson Cup: DIT cause semi-final upset against DCU

The first semi-final of the third-level competition took place this afternoon in Athlone IT.

From The42 Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate College book semi-final berth Historic Win

Fitzgibbon Cup: Mary Immaculate College book semi-final berth

The Limerick-based college became the first side to reach the last four as they get set to contest the semi-final stage for the first time.

From The42 Fitzgibbon Cup Group D: DIT defeat UL Student Success

Fitzgibbon Cup Group D: DIT defeat UL

Dublin senior David Treacy hit 1-3 for DIT in Coolock this afternoon.

From The42 Sigerson Cup: DIT escape from the wild west Sigerson Cup

Sigerson Cup: DIT escape from the wild west

DIT, one of the favourites for the Sigerson Cup, survived a tricky test to claim a narrow win.

From The42 Here's your 2013 Sigerson Cup Guide: Part 1 Third Level

Here's your 2013 Sigerson Cup Guide: Part 1

This year’s Sigerson Cup throws in on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s the first part of a team guide to the competition.

From The42 Waterford Crystal Cup and Walsh Cup round-up Hurling

Waterford Crystal Cup and Walsh Cup round-up

There were victories for UL, Kerry, Wexford, UCD, NUI Galway and Carlow in the pre-season hurling action yesterday.

From The42 Hurling stars set for college action Hectic

Hurling stars set for college action

Tipperary’s Noel McGrath and Kilkenny’s Walter Walsh are amongst several inter-county hurlers who will be in action for third-level sides in the pre-season provincial competitions.

From TheJournal.ie USI President released following arrest in the Dáil Students

USI President released following arrest in the Dáil

John Logue was arrested in the Dáil visitors’ gallery last night but was later released without charge.

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Friday Take 5

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie Approval granted for DIT's Grangegorman development DIT

Approval granted for DIT's Grangegorman development

Project will bring together 20,000 students and staff and the dozens of different DIT colleges together on one campus.

From TheJournal.ie You Can’t Fight Gravity Pics of the Day Clowning Around

You Can’t Fight Gravity Pics of the Day

No comment.

From TheJournal.ie Irish universities fall in latest international rankings Universities

Irish universities fall in latest international rankings

Department of Education says it still draws encouragement from the fact that two are in the top 200.

From TheJournal.ie TCD fifteenth in the world when it comes to maths Brains

TCD fifteenth in the world when it comes to maths

Irish universities have fared very well in maths and engineering…

From TheJournal.ie One in ten UCD staff on six figure salaries- report Six Figures

One in ten UCD staff on six figure salaries- report

Records reveal that some staff at some universities earn in excess of €200,000.

NAMA dismisses as hoax a proposed dry ski slope for central Dublin

A sign posted on boardings in central Dublin indicated that planning permission was being sought for a dry ski slope in central Dublin but it was all a hoax…

From The42 DIT stunned in Sigerson without Paul Galvin Upset

DIT stunned in Sigerson without Paul Galvin

We’ve got a round-up of all today’s Sigerson Cup action as well as the draw for the quarter-finals.

From The42 Galvin unlikely to feature in DIT's Sigerson opener Sidelined

Galvin unlikely to feature in DIT's Sigerson opener

Kerry boss Jack O’Connor does not expect Finuge man to play.

From The42 The Morning Score: Wednesday Early Doors This post contains videos

The Morning Score: Wednesday

United and Arsenal get the job done, Galvin set for college competition and the Sky scandal rumbles on.