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2015/04/19 10:49
2015/04/19 10:49
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Are the Irish different? Getting to the heart of the national psyche Review: A valuable roadmap to the paradox-pocked landscape of the national psyche There’s a scholarly summation of the history of...
2015/04/19 10:49
2015/04/19 10:49
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2015/04/18 13:09
2015/04/18 13:09
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In a leaked memo seen last month, it was revealed that the Finns had already begun drawing up contingency plans in the wake of Greek exit from the currency bloc. Although ostensibly a sensible...
2015/04/18 00:49
2015/04/18 00:49
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Ireland in 100 Artworks: 1938 – Pray for the Wanderer, by Kate O’Brien The author of the once-banned novel ‘Mary Lavelle’ deals fearlessly with ‘the problems of the Catholic conscience’ Kate O’Brien:...
2015/04/17 06:49
2015/04/17 06:49
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... takes on projects that others won’t . . . it requires a bit of bravery’ With 1,500 employees and €450 million of assets to manage, Tetrarch chief executive Michael McElligott is glad his...
2015/04/16 21:49
2015/04/16 21:49
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Trinity College students the big winners of Smedia awards University won 10 awards, including editor and newspaper of the year Catherine Healy of The Trinity News, which won Newspaper of the Year at...
2015/04/16 10:58
2015/04/16 10:58
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Prof Bashar Nuseibeh recognised for work on cyber-physical systems, social media Prof Bashar Nuseibeh of Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre, has been named recipient of the 2015 Distinguished...
2015/04/15 18:49
2015/04/15 18:49
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Drink up, says Minister as National Dairy Week launched €250,000 campaign is organised by the National Dairy Council Rob Kearney, Zoe Kavanagh, chief executive of the National Dairy Council, and...
2015/04/14 09:10
2015/04/14 09:10
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New Brunswick leads the way in salmon conservation Martin Smyth with his 11lb trout from the Royal Canal at Enfield. New Brunswick in Nova Scotia is taking positive action to save the Atlantic...
2015/04/14 08:50
2015/04/14 08:50
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Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys TD examines the historic Kevin Barry window was commissioned by UCD graduates in the 1930s to commemorate 19 year old medical student....
2015/04/12 15:49
2015/04/12 15:49
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How my wife’s death has helped Ireland become more inclusive My wife, Anne Holliday, donated her body to medical science. She would have been proud of the new, neutral memorial stone at the Dublin...
2015/04/12 15:40
2015/04/12 15:40
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NYU Abu Dhabi lights up blue for Autism Awareness Month Abu Dhabi: New York University Abu Dhabi is taking part in the global campaign ‘Light it up Blue’, and lighting part of the exterior of the...
2015/04/10 06:43
2015/04/10 06:43
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He's the Mock The Week ringmaster who could do without selfies, Gillian McKeith and banter but loves a night out in Nottingham. Rachel Gorman discovers that picking up the phone to quick-witted,...
2015/04/09 21:59
2015/04/09 21:59
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Two of the region’s oldest health care organizations, Chattanooga Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic (CNS) and the Erlanger Health System, have joined forces. CNS, which has provided neurosurgical services...
2015/04/08 18:11
2015/04/08 18:11
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Dara O Briain is on his way back to Liverpool after a three-year break. But he admits this time round he might face a challenge from a fellow Irishman. “Jese, am I clashing with Poldark?” he asks. “I...
2015/04/07 13:49
2015/04/07 13:49
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... an ethical challenge, choosing which prisoners we can take’ Prof Harry Kennedy is medical director of the Central Mental Hospital, which cares for patients with severe, enduring and disabling...
2015/03/31 11:41
2015/03/31 11:41
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University College Cork has emerged as the country’s top third-level institution in the second release of rankings that aim to give a broad picture of colleges’ strengths and weaknesses. It received...
2015/03/24 12:15
2015/03/24 12:15
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... Advancements in science and medicine are reversing the clock on degenerative illnesses and HIV. According to Popular Science’s “Yes, You Can Reverse Disease” report, scientists are turning...
2015/03/24 09:49
2015/03/24 09:49
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Why it’s worth paying for spring cleaners Cleaning firms are seeing an increase in demand as people decide that time matters more than the cost – or embarrassment – of hiring a cleaner ‘People are...
2015/03/23 10:47
2015/03/23 10:47
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Disease: Niamh Keoghan in August 2008, at her thinnest An anorexic who weighed little more than five stone has told how she successfully beat the disease which controlled her for years – by writing a...
2015/03/23 00:49
2015/03/23 00:49
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Unthinkable: Why should the State fund universities? Even non-students benefit from higher education, argues Prof Thomas Docherty “When the State pays, it doesn’t mean that the poor subsidise the...
2015/04/19 10:49
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