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The Iveagh Grounds Shows a Trinity Struggling to Cooperate with Locals

This week, it emerged that renovations promised when the Iveagh Grounds deal was struck three years ago have not taken place.
By The Editorial Board
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Trinity’s New Casual Work Policy is a Win for a Group Used to Losing

College Board this week approved a new policy on casual work, which has drawn praise from postgraduate students.
By The Editorial Board
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Accountability in the GSU is a House Built on Sand

GSU President Gisèle Scanlon and Vice-President Abhisweta Bhattacharjee were re-elected on Saturday.
By The Editorial Board
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Tá an Ceart ag an Rialtas Srian a Chur ar Íocaíocht Árasáin – Ach Ní Leor É

D’fhógair an rialtas an tseachtain seo go n-oibreodh sé i dtreo srian de dhá mhí a chur ar íocaíochtaí roimh ré do chóiríocht mac léinn.
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The Govt Is Right to Limit Up-Front Flat Payments – But It is Not Enough

The government this week announced that it would work to put a two-month limit on up front payments for student accommodation.
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Is Léir ó Chiorruithe PUP go Bhfuil sé Furasta don Rialtas Mic Léinn a Ionsaí

Fógraíodh an tseachtain seo nach mbeadh mic léinn in ann cáiliú don Íocaíocht Dífhostaíochta Phaindéime ó 7ú Meán Fómhair ar aghaidh.
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Léiríonn Toghchánaíocht an GSU an Damáiste atá Déanta don Aontas i mBliana

Thosaigh an tréimhse ghearr toghchanaíochta GSU le toghchánaíocht amháin ar 4ú Meitheamh.
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As GSU Faces Crisis, Embattled Union President Takes on Reform-Minded Candidate

Voting in the GSU elections opened today and will close on Friday, with results announced on Saturday.
By Mairead Maguire and Jody Druce
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GSU Hustings Lays Bare the Damage Done to the Union This Year

The GSU kicked off the short election period with their only hustings on June 4th.
By The Editorial Board
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PUP Cuts Make It Clear That Students Are Low-Hanging Fruit for the Government

It was announced this week that students would not qualify for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment from September 7th onwards.
By The Editorial Board