The difficulty of qualifying as a doctor through graduate-entry medicine is amplified for those from disadvantaged backgrounds, writes Yasmine Tadjine.
Dúirt an tAire Sláinte ar an raidió an tseachtain seo go mbeidh deis ag daoine idir 18 agus 34 bliana d’aois vacsaín a fháil óna siopa poitigéara áitiúil as an Luain amach.
Chuir lucht athbhreithnithe an bhunreachta tuairisc neamhiomlán isteach roimh a spriocdháta an tseachtain seo.
The union’s constitutional review working group submitted an incomplete report ahead of its deadline this week.
The Minister for Health announced on the radio this week that people aged 18 to 34 could get vaccinated at their local pharmacy from Monday.
After much lobbying, third level got its own government department a year ago this week. How well has it handled the issues facing the sector?
Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is adamant that colleges will return to some form of in-person teaching in September, but many undergraduates may not be vaccinated by then.
DUCAC this week voted through a raft of momentous amendments to its constitution.
While looking forward to brighter times is important right now, acknowledging the trauma of lockdown is just as important too, writes Alex Connolly.
Is trua go bhfeictear ar an nGaeilge mar chaitheamh aimsire amháin. Déarfainn go bhfuil fíorfhiúntas aici sa ghnáthshaol nua-aoiseach, dar le Siothrún Sardina.