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Enda Kenny hails Irish 'resilience' through crisis
The Taoiseach acknowledged many people are concerned for the future, but said Ireland has “great potential”.
'Worrying' level of overspending at Irish universities, says TD
A Cork TD has expressed disbelief at UCC’s €138,000 taxi bill.
NUI Galway students vote to scrap controversial Rag Week
The Students’ Union council votes by 107 votes to 7 to scrap the event, in exchange for extra cash towards student hardship funds.
Galway team pinpoints part of brain which produces "marijuana-like substances" to dull pain
They discovered that the hippocampus of the brain, which is usually associated with memory, helps to suppress pain during times of stress.
Higgins tops nationwide poll of students' Aras intentions
Michael D Higgins tops a nationwide opinion poll of almost 2,000 students across Ireland’s seven university campuses.
In pictures: Women hit streets for SlutWalk protest
Ireland’s first ever SlutWalk took place in Galway today, with dozens protesting against attitudes to sexual assault.
NUI Galway astronomers make pulsar discovery
The team’s discovery has paved the way for understanding how these rapidly spinning neutron stars work.
Bike scheme on its way to Galway
It’s reported that 20 ideal locations have been pinpointed for the scheme, which could be in Galway by next summer.
Irish scientists discover new life beneath the sea
The discovery came during a 23-day mission out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
TCD fifteenth in the world when it comes to maths
Irish universities have fared very well in maths and engineering…
One in ten UCD staff on six figure salaries- report
Records reveal that some staff at some universities earn in excess of €200,000.
Brian Lenihan appoints economic advisor to Central Bank commission
The outgoing finance minister has appointed Dr Alan Ahearne to the Central Bank commission for the next four years.
Gardaí make a number of arrests as students celebrate in Galway city
There are reports of dozens of students being arrested for public order offences as they celebrated ‘College Week’.