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NUI Galway science students win international documentary award

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An innovative project at NUI Galway which encourages students to explore the evolution of life on earth through the medium of film has received a significant international teaching award.

Persepolis at the Pálás

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PERSEPOLIS, THE animated film adaptation of Marjane Satrapi's bestselling autobiographical graphic novel, set during the Islamic revolution in Iran, will be screened in the Pálás.

All hail the champions - Fantasy Football WINNER 2017/18

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The FIFA World Cup is up and running with Russia securing a thumping 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the tournament.

Ireland's role in America's middle-east military adventures

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Irish Special Forces (the Army Ranger Wing) operated in Western-occupied Afghanistan under NATO command, it was revealed last month, thanks to TD Clare Daly’s parliamentary question. The story received no media coverage. The operational purpose of these troops was not revealed. However, like Special Forces the world over, it was not pencils they were sharpening.

Mayo men are ready to head to Mongolia....by car

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This July two Mayo men and a friend from Wicklow will leave the shores of Clew Bay and head east, very far east.

Eleven children dying in Syria every day, says Tuam native GOAL chief

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General Manager GOAL

Medal haul for kickboxers

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Galway kickboxers enjoyed success at the recent world championships despite being caught in a suspected terror attack.

Taking tours of places your mother would rather you stay away from

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BY Matt Cassidy

Aida Wilde to exhibit at Design Galway

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LONDON-BASED artist Aida Wilde, who has been a professional screen printer for 16 years, building a hand-printed clothing company ‘Brag’ and setting up a boutique and print studio in London, will exhibit at the Design Galway 2016 festival.

A Galwayman's tales from the Calais ‘Jungle Camp'

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Last weekend, newspapers carried headlines about a 14-year-old Afghan boy, Raheemullah Oryakhel. He was killed in a hit and run after being tossed from a lorry in Calais which he had been trying to board in an attempt to get to Britain. The boy had family in the UK, and was entitled to move there, but he had despaired of the endless bureaucratic delays with his application, delays which, he felt, seemed deliberate.

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