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2015/04/17 19:42
2015/04/17 19:42
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TRENTON — Like the sea turtles she wants to help in Costa Rica, Emilie Leneveu will achieve her goal, one step at a time. As this summer slowly rolls in, the 17-year-old Grade 12 student at Ecole...
2015/04/17 19:42
2015/04/17 19:42
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2015/04/17 15:10
2015/04/17 15:10
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Open day for CAFRE Greenmount Campus courses – your path to a land-based career Come along to the Open Day at CAFRE and see how your career could blossom at Greenmount, Campus. Courses at the College...
2015/04/17 01:39
2015/04/17 01:39
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Strong. Proud. Free. And a state secret. The genesis of the Conservative government’s “Strong Proud Free” slogan that is bombarding television viewers is considered a cabinet confidence and will be...
2015/04/16 20:49
2015/04/16 20:49
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Liam Neeson to co-produce film about IRA sniper Film to be based on Mark Mulholland’s 'A Mad and Wonderful Thing' Mark Mulholland: The hero of his book, Johnnny Donnelly, is an IRA sniper....
2015/04/16 14:21
2015/04/16 14:21
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Imagine this scenario: Early in the morning employees at a small pharmacy call the police to report a robbery that took place overnight. It must have been an inside job, owners determined, since there...
2015/04/16 10:49
2015/04/16 10:49
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Literary listings: UCC’s literary journal, Gallipoli 100, Bealtaine, Hays, ILFD and more Upcoming events in the books world UCC gets back its literary journal when the new-look Quarryman is reissued...
2015/04/16 07:38
2015/04/16 07:38
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A student newspaper which has been a training ground for a number of veteran journalists is marking its 60th anniversary with an exhibition. The Gown, a student news and features publication at...
2015/04/16 07:08
2015/04/16 07:08
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... felt like I was living in a big glass cage that looked out on to a world I wasn’t part of, and I didn’t know how to get out there.” That was how Archie Noone described his emotion at finding out...
2015/04/15 15:58
2015/04/15 15:58
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Belfast property developer alleges fraud in renewed Anglo case Businessman is suing for breach of duty and negligence The Odyssey complex in the Belfast docks area. It was built by businessman Peter...
2015/04/14 08:00
2015/04/14 08:00
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The £5m initiative aims to ensure that each patient gets access to the most effective therapies. It will use the latest state-of-the-art techniques to define the genetic make-up of bowel cancer...
2015/04/11 16:10
2015/04/11 16:10
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NI food and farming showcased to Hogan Professor Aaron Maule, Acting Head, School of Biological Sciences, Queens University Belfast; Professor James McElnay, Pro-Vice chancellor, Queens University...
2015/04/11 02:06
2015/04/11 02:06
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The ‘Irish Review’, then and now Its former editor compares the 50th issue of the all-island cultural journal with its first Remembered: Seamus Heaney. Photograph: Mario Carlini/Iguana...
2015/04/11 00:39
2015/04/11 00:39
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It was only Day 2 of the Duffy trial, and defence lawyer Donald Bayne felt he needed to apologize for drilling deep into the intricate rules of Senate administration. “While it is taking some time to...
2015/04/11 00:20
2015/04/11 00:20
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MIDLAND — Details of the case against a nurse accused of removing a patient off life support remained a mystery on Friday. Joanna Flynn, 50, remained behind closed doors at her Wyevale home after...
2015/04/10 08:34
2015/04/10 08:34
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As a tyke, Jordan Korol was in and out of hospital with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. In her final year of high school girls basketball, with a possible final-four finish on the line, she got thrown...
2015/04/10 00:42
2015/04/10 00:42
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When legendary musicians are in the news, I usually head for my records and CDs to revisit their music. B.B. King was hospitalized this week for dehydration, and complications with his type II...
2015/04/08 17:39
2015/04/08 17:39
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When Jeffrey Behan graduated from Queen’s University last year in mathematical physics – an entrée to the fast-emerging world of Big Data – he set his sights on a career in business and, in time, a...
2015/04/07 01:49
2015/04/07 01:49
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... arts are an easy target’: Northern Ireland’s budget blues All funding has been cut to six organisations, including leading independent publishers and theatre companies. Job losses are a certainty...
2015/04/06 19:17
2015/04/06 19:17
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With a $1.3 million grant from the Air Force Research Laboratory, researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute will explore the design and potential of next-generation supercomputers that...
2015/04/06 12:21
2015/04/06 12:21
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BRAMPTON — The first thing Jeremy Meehan noticed about Robin Ptolemy was her smile. Back then, in 2001, 26-year-old Jeremy was working in sales in Kingston, Ont., while Robin was attending teacher’s...
2015/04/17 19:42
2015/04/17 19:42
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