Editorial comment from The Irish Times.
The debate continues about the pros and cons of our most widespread climbing plant
The animals’ rooting can keep both plants in check. But its toxin means that too much bracken on its own may not be good for them
Ireland’s wildlife is a limited and tenuous network, much of it imported, in which the rabbit has an indispensable place
Environmental campaigners and trade unions have joined forces to try to ensure that workers in fossil-fuel industries aren’t forgotten about in the move to a low-carbon society
The time is finally right for a new urban quarter on the peninsula
Landmark has survived despite criticism by WB Yeats and the scourge of ‘love locks’
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