UCD has written to 27,000 students about the investigation, warning of possible expulsion

UCD students warned over social media postings

10 Feb The Union of Students in Ireland is urging anyone with information in relation to the alleged sharing of inappropriate postings on social media between students attending UCD to contact college authorities.

Taxi drivers are angry over lack of regulations for Uber drivers

News in Brief

10 Feb A round-up of other domestic and international stories

Denis O'Brien claims the Dáil speeches effectively determined his legal action against RTÉ

Denis O'Brien case adjourned for two weeks

09 Feb Denis O'Brien's legal action against the State has been adjourned for two weeks after his lawyers told the court a discovery application aimed at giving him access to minutes of a Dáil Committee meeting could be struck out.

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds raised the issue in the House of Commons

DUP motion on Brexit is defeated at Westminster

09 Feb A motion by the Democratic Unionist Party raising objections to setting a late date in June for holding the in/out referendum on UK membership of the European Union, known as the Brexit, has been defeated in Westminster.

UL welcomed that the review found no financial mismanagement took place

HEA concerned over expense claims at UL

09 Feb The Higher Education Authority has said it is concerned that there may have been, or still may be, a culture of inappropriate expense claims being made at the University of Limerick.