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Ireland is seen as an expensive place to explore given the geological difficulties and the market price for the finished product

Good news is rare in the exploration sector focused on Ireland’s offshore potential. Kinsale and Corrib apart, no commercial discoveries of gas have b(...)

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The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced hundreds of changes to its fares – the net effect it says will be revenue neutral. It has introd(...)

 Fishermen Rodney Long from Waterford and Calvin Garrihy, Killybegs, Donegal, are part of the Fishing for Litter initiative. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

Fishermen in Ireland have hauled up more than 190 tonnes of marine litter in their fishing nets in just three years under a voluntary “Fishing for Lit(...)

ESB workers are working on multiple power outages following Storm Callum.  Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/THE IRISH TIMES

Storm Callum has caused less destruction than was expected, according to the National Emergency Coordination Group, with hundreds of households still (...)

 Conor Phelan’s Jump Juice  at the Irish Cruiser Racing Association National Championships 2017 in Crosshaven, Co Cork. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

As the first of two Irish Sailing All-Ireland Sailing Championships gets under way this weekend, the senior event at Lough Ree Yacht Club will have a (...)

Most governments have not outlined how they intend to decarbonise their economies, OECD says. Photograph: iStock

The overwhelming majority of governments including Ireland have not taken necessary action to contain growing risks to the global climate, according t(...)

Denis O’Sullivan managing director of Gas Networks Ireland. “We connect between 13,000 and 14,000 new customers a year, and we operate one of the safest and most reliable networks in Europe.” Photograph:  Shane O’Neill

Denis O’Sullivan may have an answer to a quandary facing Irish agriculture. Our beef and dairy industries have drawn flak as a source of greenhouse ga(...)

Natural gas is needed to generate more than half the electricity used in the Republic. Photograph: iStock

State company Gas Networks Ireland plans to spend €500 million to prepare its system to supply renewable gas made from cattle slurry in coming years. (...)

File photograph of naval manoeuvres off Roches Point, Cork. It is understood the Naval Service had been tracking the yacht that was detained on Thursday for some time.

Gardaí were continuing on Thursday night to question three men arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking following the detention of a yacht off the Ir(...)

Dunnes Stores kick off their French wine sale on Tuesday September 4th

As autumn kicks in, and all those extra school expenses begin to bite, most of the multiples have special offers starting off in early September. Dun(...)

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