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Researchers have found a massive underground river network in Galway Bay
Pine martens could be helping the red squirrel make a comeback, but we need "continued research"
19 things you'll only know if you went to NUI Galway
NUI Galway to offer extra CAO points to elite athletes
Supermac's chief says Galway Rag Week was "the best of banter"
Here are this week’s fixtures in the 2014 Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups
Stem cells for human use can now be manufactured in Ireland
Pan-European study on evictions to report on measures to counter homelessness
Atishoo! New website maps the spread of flu across Ireland
When Nelson Mandela danced to The Corrs in Galway (video)
NUIG recruiting participants aged 64 and over to test system that detects falls
People with a genetic history of stress feel more pain - study
Debunked: Does pressing the pedestrian crossing button more than once make any difference?
Study: Better for women to be cared for by midwives than doctors when giving birth
NUIG receives €1 million donation for scholarship and access programme
"Promising" stem cell treatment for diabetic wounds
Fitzgibbon Cup Group A: Draws the order of the day
Sigerson Cup: DIT escape from the wild west
Ireland still has 39% chance of defaulting, says Government's budget adviser
Fitzgibbon Cup round-up
Waterford Crystal Cup and Walsh Cup round-up
Hurling stars set for college action
Six students arrested after sit-in at Taoiseach’s constituency office
Galway Volvo Ocean Race worth €60.5 million to Irish economy
Students in pre-budget protest against fee increases and grant cuts
Affording college the biggest worry for 40 per cent of students
Column: ‘The treaty is risky and dangerously experimental’
Terrence McDonough
Gilmore tells conference: We face great challenges - but Labour is up for the challenge
€4 million transport funding for Galway city
Enda Kenny hails Irish 'resilience' through crisis
NUIG researchers discover enzyme linked with Huntington’s disease mutation
More bad news for Harte as O'Neill handed 12-week ban.
Irish universities fall in latest international rankings
Galway students organise Ireland's first ever 'SlutWalk'