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Maynooth pub donates proceeds to family of student Kym Owens following violent attack
The 18-year-old, from Castleblayney in Monaghan is in intensive care after sustaining serious injuries.
'Scary and so out of the ordinary': Students at NUI Maynooth 'more afraid' after random attack
Many have expressed fears for safety following Sunday’s violent attack on 18-year-old Kym Owens.
14 things anyone who’s been out in Maynooth will understand
Hup the village.
New Maynooth University sign lasts ONE night before being wrecked
This is why we can’t have nice things.
NUI Maynooth students are getting their very own Monolopy board
Where’s OUR Monopoly board?
24 things you'll only know if you went to NUI Maynooth
My clubhouse or yours?
College says naked strippers performing on campus was "totally unacceptable"
The President of Maynooth Students’ Union has denied the performers were paid for using college funds.
Complex politics or simple geography: Is Ireland part of the British Isles?
A topic where geography and politics are completely intertwined, we looked at it from the two viewpoints to see how the term is used.
Irish researchers say they can identify suicidal people 'with 75 per cent accuracy'
The group at NUI Maynooth say the test could be used in hospitals to properly identify people with suicidal thoughts.
Teens believe cyber bullying is worse than traditional bullying
Teens feel like it’s the worst kind because they “can’t escape it” and pictures and messages can be spread so quickly.
No deal to give tender for water meters to O'Brien firm, insists minister
Pat Rabbitte says reports that SiteServ has won the tender to install water meters in Irish homes are incorrect.
Enda Kenny: We can't guarantee water will not be cut off
Taoiseach says that Government can’t send a message to people that they need not pay water charges. However, decision not yet made on how to tackle amount of water “lost” between production and tap – and who will pay for it.
Column: Yes, gender quotas are controversial - but politics is not a level playing pitch
It will take around 370 years for Ireland to reach a 50:50 gender balance in politics – so gender quotas make sense, argue Claire McGing and Fiona Buckley.
TD 'reluctant to involve gardaí' in student occupation of his office
Fine Gael TD Anthony Lawlor says the protest raises security concerns, but “the last thing I want is to get them in any sort of trouble”