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Engineers Ireland president calls for increased investment for biomedical industry

Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.

Engineers Ireland president calls for increased investment for biomedical industry

Galwayman, Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.

Portwest attends Offshore Technology Conference in Texas

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Education is exciting, but probably better to leave the Minister at home

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Ms Avril Forrest took her first religion class in the Jes when the school chaplain Fr Derek Cassidy was on sick leave. Famine in Africa, and how the West should respond, was the issue of the day. The class unanimously insisted that the Vatican should sell all its assets, and give the money to relieve world hunger.

Casey’s Call

It is 11 am, Wednesday morning, May 6, and I am just in the door from my five night New York adventure.

Garden of 'thanksgiving and remembrance' opened in Salthill

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A national commemorative garden, which highlights the importance of organ donation and is the first of its kind in Ireland, will be a place of thanksgiving and remembrance, according to the couple who set up the project.

‘Mr Huston would you like a little night-cap?’

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It was John Huston’s wife Ricki, who first saw St Clarens, a large Georgian house, and gardens near Craughwell, Co Galway. She had been staying with Derek and Pat Trench at Woodford House for the Galway Races. When she heard the house was coming up for sale by public auction she went to check it out. Once owned by the O’Hara Burkes,* it was then a virtual ruin, and in the hands of the Land Commission.

An Irish Republic: The first blow is struck

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One hundred years ago, a series of dramatic events caused turmoil in Ireland, and made rebellion practically inevitable.

Miss Galway 2014 - And the winner is...

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Leah Tiernan from Knocknacarra has been crowned Miss Galway 2014.

Murdered Aran man was left to die just yards from his front door, trial hears

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Aran Islander Ciaran Conneely who was murdered in Boston in 2011 was shot dead by a 16-year-old in a botched robbery attempt, prosecutors say, and left to die just a few steps from the sanctity of his Dorchester home, a trial in Boston heard last week.

 

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