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Harper’s Weekly 
‘Reflecting a weariness on the part of north Americans towards the waves of distressed humanity generated by the Famine in Ireland’

He was just nine and his sister all of 10 years old when they boarded the Liverpool ship. Imagine the mind-state of Dick and Honora Dowling as (...)

Dr Brian Ward (centre) with PhD students Graig Sutherland and Anneke ten Doeschate aboard research vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa

A piece of marine technology designed by NUI Galway scientists has been deployed in the saltiest part of the world’s oceans this month as part (...)

Ireland is at an important legal crossroads. New legislation determining legal capacity, or decision-making, is expected shortly. Get it right,(...)

Dr Ger Flaherty (centre) and third-year medicine student Tariq Esmail (right) with speakers at the TedMed Live event at NUI Galway. photograph: aengus mcmahon

What do you get when you cross the Prince of Darkness with a medical conference? You get TedMed: an event in which innovation, imagination and (...)

Doonreagan House, Cashel in Connemara where the first Ted Hughes Weekend will be held to mark the British Poet laureate’s connection withthe area.

When North American poet, novelist and short-story writer Sylvia Plath died 50 years ago, her husband, the celebrated p(...)

When, in April 2007, American newsrooms first learned of a mass shooting at the Virginia Tech campus, journalists seeking information on the victim(...)

Dr PJ White, of IT Carlow, and Mamo McDonald, honorary president of Age and Opportunity, at the launch of the “Changing Generations” study yesterday.

Families are supporting each other through the economic doldrums by providing loans, childminding or other forms of assistance(...)

Prof John McHale, chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (right), with chief economist Diarmaid Smyth at a briefing on fourth Fiscal Assessment Report, at Whitaker Square, Dublin, yesterday. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government should not reduce the size of the packages of spending cuts and tax increases scheduled for the next two budgets, according to t(...)

Professor John McHale (left)  and Donal Donovan of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, which has recommended the Government continue with spending cuts and tax increases for the next two years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The Government should not reduce the size of the packages of spending cuts and tax increases over the next two budgets, according Irish Fiscal (...)

Medical experts have warned of an emerging “epidemic” in head and neck cancers in the US and western Europe, linked to a sexually-transmitted v(...)

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