International treaty in 1897 reduced harmful gasses, hailed as ‘resounding success’
The chair of the future of water charges says the report will be ready within five months
Simon Coveney says European Commission ‘would have difficulty’ with outright abolition
Minister ‘not happy’ with move to automatically transfer customers to pay by weight
Company has given customers until August 1st to make their choice
Over one in four have been passenger driven by motorist in excess of the legal alcohol limit
Not proven that 2.8km, 200,000-tonne rock ‘berm’ needed to protect course - department
Co Antrim town also won the Best Kept Small Town category in this year’s competition
Half a century after the first escapes from fur farms, mink are now seen across Ireland
A devil’s coach horse, a trapped crow and a death’s head hawkmoth
Earth star mushrooms, tar spots, pheasants and spaniels
If it’s hard to see how a wolf can change a river, it’s easier to see how fewer bees might be bad for crops. Both show how small changes can cause big ripples
A small town in Japan wants to stop producing rubbish by 2020. And everybody is pitching in
Water charges are parked pending a review - the bin charges move is something similar
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