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Siobhan Powell (29) from Wexford: the HSE has told her family that the only residential option available for Siobhan is in a nursing home for older people

Health authorities are offering people with disabilities beds in institutions such as nursing homes, despite official policies which promote care in t(...)

Two college students arrested on suspicion of computer hacking have been charged with criminal damage to the Fine Gael party website.Darren Martyn (21(...)

President Michael D Higgins chatting with Milliner/designer Philip Treacy who were conferred with Honorary Fellowships from GMIT at a ceremony in Galway yesterday. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

THE European Union is not “significantly reflecting the best interests of its citizens”, President Michael D (...)

Sea change: Louise Firth experimented on the Mutton Island causeway. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

The world is changing faster than most of us realise. Humanity has been altering shorelines for a very long time, since the construction of the(...)

Google’s decision to shut down its web-based payments system, Google Checkout, is being seen as a “clever” if inevitable move by ecommerce expe(...)

NUI Galway plans to provide postgraduate training in cardiovascular disease prevention in a community partnership with the heart and stroke cha(...)

Yet monitoring of air quality within the home is scant compared with the outdoor environment. The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Striv(...)

NUI Galway:  won Association of MBAs  recognition for its MBA programme. AMBA is the international authority on postgraduate business education and was established in 1967

NUI Galway has become the only university in the State outside Dublin to secure a prestigious international accreditation for its MBA programme(...)

Photo issued by Cell Press showing how scientists have succeeded in obtaining stem cells from human embryos cloned from skin. Photograph:   Eric Baker/OHSU/PA

Embryonic stem cells are highly-prized because they can turn into any type of cell in the body, like heart cells, muscles or neurons. However, the (...)

Further delays could arise from the planning process; a report last year categorised the planning risk on the St James’s site as “moderate”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The new national children’s hospital is unlikely to be ready until 2019 “at the earliest”, according to sources involved in planning the projec(...)

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