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The Irish Times
Gandhi, an expelled future president and first aid crews: the Indians of 1916 RisingAt the outbreak of the first World War, Mahatma Gandhi was in London. Fresh fro
Gandhi, an expelled future president and first aid crews: the Indians of 1916 Rising
The Irish Times / Posted 12 hours ago
At the outbreak of the first World War, Mahatma Gandhi was in London. Fresh from experiencing the horrors being suffered by Indians in South Africa, Gandhi believed that service in the war could prove the loyalty of Indian subjects. Just like Edward... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Revenge porn claims ‘tip of iceberg’ says Women’s Aid | Irish Examiner Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Women’s Aid has described re
Revenge porn claims ‘tip of iceberg’ says Women’s Aid
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Women’s Aid has described recent revelations of revenge porn at a large Dublin university as... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Dublin restaurant issued with closure order | Irish Examiner Monday, February 08, 2016 - 11:31 am One closure order an
Dublin restaurant issued with closure order
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
| Irish Examiner Monday, February 08, 2016 - 11:31 am One closure order and one prohibition order were served on separate food businesses in January, the Food... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Smoking bans lead to better national healthPeople living in countries with public smoking bans have lower exposure to seco
Smoking bans lead to better national health
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
People living in countries with public smoking bans have lower exposure to secondhand smoke and better health, according to a fresh look at past research from 21 nations. Smoking bans were tied to a decrease in health problems and deaths -... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Smoking bans lead to better national healthPeople living in countries with public smoking bans have lower exposure to seco
Smoking bans lead to better national health
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 days ago
People living in countries with public smoking bans have lower exposure to secondhand smoke and better health, according to a fresh look at past research from 21 nations. Smoking bans were tied to a decrease in health problems and deaths -... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Smoking bans lead to better national healthReuters (Health) - People living in countries with public smoking bans have low
Smoking bans lead to better national health
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
Reuters (Health) - People living in countries with public smoking bans have lower exposure to secondhand smoke and better health, according to a fresh look at past research from 21 nations. Smoking bans were tied to a decrease in health problems and... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
University Mourns John Fennessy, Groundbreaking RadiologistNews"He would happily spend many hours with students and residents reviewing ca
University Mourns John Fennessy, Groundbreaking Radiologist
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 5 days ago
News"He would happily spend many hours with students and residents reviewing cases and teaching them about chest radiology." John James Fennessy, M.B., B.Ch., former chair of the University... Read more
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iafrica.com
National smoking bans actually workResearch published this week provides strong evidence to suggest that a nationa
National smoking bans actually work
iafrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Research published this week provides strong evidence to suggest that a national smoking ban does reduce the dangers of passive smoking, in particular heart disease. Published in the Cochrane Library, the new Cochrane review contains updated... Read more
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Science Daily
Have national smoking bans worked in reducing harms in passive smoking?Since the first national legislation banning indoor smoking in all public place
Have national smoking bans worked in reducing harms in passive smoking?
Science Daily / Posted 6 days ago
Since the first national legislation banning indoor smoking in all public places was introduced in 2004 in Ireland, there has been an increase in the number of countries, states and regions adopting similar smoke-free legislation banning smoking in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Smoking bans cut damage such as heart disease to passive smokers, says researchIn one study from the University of Liverpool, experts found that heart attack
Smoking bans cut damage such as heart disease to passive smokers, says research
heraldscotland / Posted 6 days ago
In one study from the University of Liverpool, experts found that heart attack rates for men fell by just over 40% following England's smoking ban, which was introduced in 2007. Some 33 out of the 44 studies reviewed on heart disease found a... Read more
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New America Media
From Monkey Studies to Eldercare, Irish Researchers at Forefront of AgingORLANDO, Fla.--Some would say geriatrician Orla Sheehan is a specialist. She, h
From Monkey Studies to Eldercare, Irish Researchers at Forefront of Aging
New America Media / Posted 6 days ago
ORLANDO, Fla.--Some would say geriatrician Orla Sheehan is a specialist. She, however, regards herself a generalist. “With all the specialties, you concentrate on one part of the patient,” said Sheehan, who is a physician. “With geriatrics you look... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Smoking bans reduce harm from passive smoking, study findsThe Cochrane collaboration, a respected not-for-profit organisation of 14,000 a
Smoking bans reduce harm from passive smoking, study finds
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 6 days ago
The Cochrane collaboration, a respected not-for-profit organisation of 14,000 academics, examined 77 studies from 21 countries with smoking bans and found a general reduction in hospital admissions for heart disease. Among the evidence cited was a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Smoking ban sees 40 per cent cut in heart attacks in UK since 2007 law was introducedResearchers concluded that there was strong evidence that reduced exposure to p
Smoking ban sees 40 per cent cut in heart attacks in UK since 2007 law was introduced
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Researchers concluded that there was strong evidence that reduced exposure to passive smoking reduced the number of people suffering from cardiac problems. The studies examined included a Liverpool study of 57,000 hospital patients. This found... Read more
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The Irish Times
Mrs Engels by Gavin McCrea: The Irish Times Book Club title for FebruaryMrs Engels by Gavin McCrea is The Irish Times Book Club title for February. Thi
Mrs Engels by Gavin McCrea: The Irish Times Book Club title for February
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
Mrs Engels by Gavin McCrea is The Irish Times Book Club title for February. This acclaimed debut novel, longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and published in paperback on February 11th (Scribe, £8.99), is the story of two illiterate Irish... Read more
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Irish Examiner
122,000 animals in university lab tests in Ireland between 2012-2014 | Irish Examiner Nearly 122,000 animals were used in tests at six of the co
122,000 animals in university lab tests in Ireland between 2012-2014
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
| Irish Examiner Nearly 122,000 animals were used in tests at six of the country’s top universities over a... Read more
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The Irish Times
INM chief executive joins board of media groupIn an announcement to the Irish Stock Exchange, INM chairman Leslie Buckley sai
INM chief executive joins board of media group
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
In an announcement to the Irish Stock Exchange, INM chairman Leslie Buckley said the board was “delighted” to appoint Mr Pitt as a director. “He has been with INM for almost 18 months and has successfully overseen a number of considerable changes in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Is there a child snatcher in south Dublin? Probably not. Here’s why‘Dear parent, we don’t want to alarm you but we are aware of a possible attempt
Is there a child snatcher in south Dublin? Probably not. Here’s why
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
‘Dear parent, we don’t want to alarm you but we are aware of a possible attempted abduction of a student in the area. Please talk to your son about travelling safely to and from school.” The message from Oatlands College, in Mount Merrion in Co... Read more
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The Irish Times
First female deputy governor of Central Bank appointedMs Donnery has been the bank’s director of credit institutions since March 2014
First female deputy governor of Central Bank appointed
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
Ms Donnery has been the bank’s director of credit institutions since March 2014 and will be one of two deputy governors. She was last year appointed by the European Central Bank’s oversight arm to lead a charge on tackling soured loans across the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish voices to a Chinese earFudan University in Shanghai is one of the busiest student campuses on the plan
Irish voices to a Chinese ear
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
Fudan University in Shanghai is one of the busiest student campuses on the planet. It has some 45,000 students who study everything from business and law to visual arts. Its 10 teaching hospitals are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and it... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin and Debussy, ‘Ulysses’ and Proust: an exploration of connections The collective achievement of this book is to identify so many neglected but
Dublin and Debussy, ‘Ulysses’ and Proust: an exploration of connections
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
The collective achievement of this book is to identify so many neglected but vital cultural interdependencies between France and Ireland Notes on France and Ireland: Una Hunt’s... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Gerry Adams is publishing a book of his bonkers tweetsGerry Adams is to release a book compiling his best tweets. The Sinn Fein Pres
Gerry Adams is publishing a book of his bonkers tweets
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
Gerry Adams is to release a book compiling his best tweets. The Sinn Fein President has gathered some 96,000 followers on Twitter, with his often bizarre outbursts, describing his love for gardening, rubber ducks and Shrek. Mr Adams' book, entitled... Read more
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Daily Record
Gerry Adams is publishing a book of his bonkers tweetsGerry Adams is to release a book compiling his best tweets. The Sinn Fein Pres
Gerry Adams is publishing a book of his bonkers tweets
Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
Gerry Adams is to release a book compiling his best tweets. The Sinn Fein President has gathered some 96,000 followers on Twitter, with his often bizarre outbursts, describing his love for gardening, rubber ducks and Shrek. Mr Adams' book, entitled... Read more
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The Irish Times
Write like Hemingway, a TCD revolution series and Battle of the BookclubsWrite like Hemingway The winner of a fiction-writing competition is to have th
Write like Hemingway, a TCD revolution series and Battle of the Bookclubs
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
Write like Hemingway The winner of a fiction-writing competition is to have the opportunity to work in the Key West writing studio that was once the sanctum of Ernest Hemingway, one of America’s greatest authors. Organisers of the Florida Keys... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Connectors Marketplace unveils lead generation tool powered by social media Automated lead generation to help identify target audiences for B2B sa
Connectors Marketplace unveils lead generation tool powered by social media
techcentral.ie / Posted 22 days ago
Automated lead generation to help identify target audiences for B2B sales teams Irish Big Data analytics company Connectors Marketplace has announced the launch of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Perspectives for a pathbreakerReview: Michael Laffan’s contribution to the history of the revolutionary per
Perspectives for a pathbreaker
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
Review: Michael Laffan’s contribution to the history of the revolutionary period was unique. His pathbreaking studies of the Sinn Féin party, an institution that had been oddly neglected until he took it on, remain... Read more
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The Irish Times
At Home in the Revolution review: the Rising’s clan na gals Lucy McDiarmid’s study of women on both sides of the Easter 1916 divide is a
At Home in the Revolution review: the Rising’s clan na gals
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
Lucy McDiarmid’s study of women on both sides of the Easter 1916 divide is a meticulously researched and beautifully packaged eye-opener ‘Gordon,” she said, “you’re ruining the guns with... Read more
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The Irish Times
Confidence and a winning attitude in dynamic Dutch cityEva Heffernan says Amsterdam is a dynamic and family-friendly place to work and
Confidence and a winning attitude in dynamic Dutch city
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
Eva Heffernan says Amsterdam is a dynamic and family-friendly place to work and to raise a family.The Glasnevin native is director for sales strategy and operations for cloud-computing firm Salesforce. She is responsible for northern European markets... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2015: Meet the judges...David Bent, director of sustainable business, Forum for the Future Bent leads
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2015: Meet the judges...
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 26 days ago
David Bent, director of sustainable business, Forum for the Future Bent leads Forum for the Future’s work on business strategy, helping companies discover how they can be both profitable and sustainable. Bent’s work at Forum includes leading... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Hotel Improvisation Boosts Guest Satisfaction, says Cornell Study Hotel managers should encourage their employees to improvise service processe
Hotel Improvisation Boosts Guest Satisfaction, says Cornell Study
Hospitality Net / Posted 26 days ago
Hotel managers should encourage their employees to improvise service processes, as necessary, with a goal of improving guest satisfaction, according to a new report from the Center... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Priestly MentorshipSolomon Elusoji pays tribute to an extraordinary priest and teacher who continu
Priestly Mentorship
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
Solomon Elusoji pays tribute to an extraordinary priest and teacher who continues to be an inspiration to many, after twenty-five years in the priesthood On December 26, Reverend Father Nicholas Nwaneto Nwachukwu celebrated his priestly silver... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Adapt digital content research centre secures €50m in fundingPictured: Dr Rachel Mc Donnell, Adapt with Minister for Skills, Research & Educ
Adapt digital content research centre secures €50m in funding
techcentral.ie / Posted 28 days ago
Pictured: Dr Rachel Mc Donnell, Adapt with Minister for Skills, Research & Education Damien English Support split between SFI, industry partners Adapt, the Science Foundation Ireland-supported digital content research centre, was officially opened... Read more
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The Irish Times
Thomas Kinsella: ‘eliciting order from significant experience’“We cannot renew the Gift But we can drain it to the last drop.” Born into th
Thomas Kinsella: ‘eliciting order from significant experience’
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
“We cannot renew the Gift But we can drain it to the last drop.” Born into the working-class neighbourhood of Inchicore, Dublin, in 1928, just six years after the founding of the Irish Free State, Thomas Kinsella is one of the most distinguished... Read more
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Herald.ie
More tolls on M50 would push 40,000 cars elsewhere and cause chaos - minister Niall O'Connor – 13 January 2016 02:30 AM Font Size Transport Minister Pasch
More tolls on M50 would push 40,000 cars elsewhere and cause chaos - minister
Herald.ie / Posted 28 days ago
Niall O'Connor – 13 January 2016 02:30 AM Font Size Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe has ruled out the introduction of multi-point tolling on the M50 for fear it could... Read more
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The Irish Times
Straw, Hay and Rushes in Irish Folk Tradition, by Anne O’Dowd: art and craft A magnificent book in which love, loyalty, hard work and excellent scholarshi
Straw, Hay and Rushes in Irish Folk Tradition, by Anne O’Dowd: art and craft
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
A magnificent book in which love, loyalty, hard work and excellent scholarship are interwoven as perfectly as the straw used in artefacts created by Irish country... Read more

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