M&S staff strike over proposed cuts
More than 2,000 Marks & Spencer employees are estimated to have staged a strike over a pension dispute and other cost cutting proposals Marks and Spencer stores across the Republic of Ireland were closed to Christmas shoppers today as staff staged a strike over a pension dispute and other cost cutting proposals.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Nucleic Acids Research
Structure-function analysis of Hmo1 unveils an ancestral organization ...
In Saccharomyces cerevisiae , Hmo1, an abundant high-mobility group box protein binds to the coding region of the RNA polymerase I transcribed ribosomal RNAs genes and the promoters of aS1 470% of ribosomal protein genes.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Met Eireann issues weather warning
Met Eireann has issued a "status Orange" wind warning - with gusts of over 120 kilometres per hour recorded this morning.
Improved axonal regeneration of transected spinal cord mediated by...
E-mail: email@example.com Functionalized biomaterial scaffolds targeted at improving axonal regeneration by enhancing guided axonal growth provide a promising approach for the repair of spinal cord injury.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Horse 'not worth a 800' as a foal sells for a 400,000
AN Irish horse that couldn't be sold for a 800 as a foal in Ireland has been snapped up by a well-heeled Russian buyer for a 400,000.
Branch out and buy a locally grown Christmas tree
Dundalk man, John White is urging local families and businesses to buy a real Christmas tree rather an artificial tree this Christmas.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Briefs: Menlo mayor visits Ireland
The ink had barely dried on the friendship agreement between Menlo Park and Galway, Ireland, when Mayor Peter Ohtaki set off to visit the city's new friend at the end of November.
Nightclub Offers Thieves Prize If They Sneak Back In With Stolen Stuff
When a popular nightclub learned it had been the victim of a brazen theft, it didn't get mad - it offered the thieves a cash prize in exchange for sneaking the stolen items back in.
10 A-Wear stores likely to reopen
The troubled fashion chain was closed last week before four stores were allowed to continue trading in Blanchardstown, Dundrum and Grafton Street in Dublin and in Sligo.
Payout after death of new mother
The family of an Indian woman who died a week after giving birth to her first child has been awarded almost one million euro in damages from health chiefs.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Former Cork boss Dunne takes charge for Galway FC's new dawn
Galway FC, which is making an Airtricity licence application for the 2014 domestic season, has appointed Tommy Dunne as manager.
Henshaw happy to stay with Connacht
The 20-years-old, who became the province's latest player to be capped for Ireland, has agreed a new contract to stay at the Sportsground despite considerable interest from other clubs.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The Georgia Straight
Brian Conway at Anne MacDonald Studio
He plays in the swinging Sligo style made famous by the late Michael Coleman. Winner of two All Ireland junior titles as well as a senior title, Conway has a fine racing pedigree.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Celebrating the holidays with world music
One of the primary pleasures of living in the Bay Area is that one needn't leave town to take advantage of an international array of cultural riches.
The Mayo News
The Neale in mourning after Darragh Walsh death
Ciara Galvin THE tight-knit South Mayo community of The Neale is united in grief this week following the tragic death of Darragh Walsh from Creevagh.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Dowd's Number Nine
Also known as The Cow With The Crooked Horn, Dowd's #9, Dowd's No 9, Dowd's No. 9, Dowd's No.9, Dowds No.9, Downe's No.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Can you put a price on beauty? Is a 6m okay?
THE scene was set for the record books to be broken. Saudi dynasty and billionaire business magnates descended on Goffs bloodstock agency in Co Kildare as the countdown to the historic horse auction began on Friday morning.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Huge interest in city properties at O'Donnellan & Joyce auction
The property at Gloves sold for 31,000 while the property at Lenamore sold for 44,000.
Women's prisons over capacity as inmates committed for minor offences, warns Irish Penal Reform Trust
The number of women committed to prison has risen by a third in the last three years - and women's prisons are bursting at the seams - the Irish Penal Reform Trust has said.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Tommy Tiernan had "great craic" on holidays in Clonmel
His acerbic brand of comedy has famously incurred the wrath of the Catholic Church, Ireland's Jewish community and countless others.