Route along disused railway line will run for 46km from Dungarvan to the city
Heavy rain and strong, gusty winds to spread from the west across the country from Friday
Union objects to management’s decision to open library on Sunday without library staff
‘I know this is not sufficient but we will continue to work with the local authorities’
Denis Naughten says air pollution is costing Ireland €3,800 per minute in health costs
Taoiseach says implications from triggering of article 50 by Theresa May will be profound
Traffic delays ease as thousands travel to Co Offaly for national championships
The service will allow people to hold registration details for both schemes on one card
Maps for seabirds, rain for grass and some shade for Earth: the many gifts of DMS
A devil’s coach horse, a trapped crow and a death’s head hawkmoth
Earth star mushrooms, tar spots, pheasants and spaniels
The winners of the 2016 Tidy Towns awards are announced on September 26th. Judges and competitors explain the contest’s increasing focus on the environment
Should our fields be for cattle or for flood protection? If we make the wrong choices, says the conservationist Tony Juniper, we won’t have an economy at all
With today’s newborns facing ecological catastrophe within decades, many people now believe that the best thing they can do for their future offspring is not to have them at all
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