A jogger spotted it last weekend on a rocky east Cork shore. But where did it come from?
New rules are ‘steadily dismantling high quality community planning’, says Labour TD
Designation follows extensive DNA profiling that showed uniqueness of cattle breed
Vegan group says identity of funders is ‘irrelevant’ to its animal rights work
Party declines to indicate if it will support quick passage of legislation before an election
Met Éireann says gusts of up to 110km/h are forecast in some areas until 8pm on Tuesday
Building in airspace above railway between Tara Street and Pearse Street would be a first
More than 100 plots of land across city and county are liable for vacant-site levies
Cigarette butts are one of the ‘most common’ forms of litter, survey finds
Area set to be criss-crossed with non-slip pathways to prevent public from hazard
Expert advice suggests tipping point would be around 2024, Minister says
Passing of Bill will end aspirational or voluntary targets that Ireland has failed to meet
Experts believe Bewick’s swans are soon to be a thing of the past on Irish shores
Statistics from Department of Housing give insight into the numbers relying on payment
Bill will bring about radical overhaul of climate policy but must be implemented soon
Co Clare outstrips Dublin City for legal actions initiated against private landlords
Golden kelp is notably bare of other sea life, so there are concerns over its possible impact
Ethna Viney on see-through crustaceans, large frogs and mallard gender segregation
Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa invests on an ongoing basis in energy efficiency measures and this move to BioLPG from Calor is the latest in that investment
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