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Emissions from ships and boats amountto a billion tonnes or 3 per cent of globalgreenhouse gas emissions – twice that of the international aviation industry

Shipping is one of the silent global polluters. Emissions from ships and boats amount to a billion tonnes or 3 per cent of global greenhouse gas emiss(...)

Sligo’s Evan McMillan outjumps Rosenborg’s Andre  Helland during last night’s clash at the Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim, Norway. Photograph: Ned Alley/Inpho

Rosenborg 1 Sligo Rovers 2 Alan Keane and Danny North grabbed the crucial goals on a famous night for Sligo Rovers in Europe yesterday.Sligo shocked R(...)

A red beret photographs some blue berets attending the annual National Day of Commemoration Ceremony to honour all  Irishmen and Irishwomen who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A British army pensioner from Kildare attended his first National Day of Commemoration ceremony in Dublin yesterday and thought it “immaculate”. Padd(...)

I do: a bride and groom enjoy a Smith’s ice cream

As our search for the best 99 in Ireland hots up, two shops in the seaside town of Howth, Co Dublin, are sharing the high places on the leaderboard(...)

Edward Kilcullen collects seaweed for the Kilcullen Seaweed baths. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

State development company Údarás na Gaeltachta has denied that guaranteed harvesting rights on the west coast were part of a deal to sell its share(...)

Indonesia’s losses of virgin forests totalled 60,000 sqkms between  2000 and 2012, partly to make way for palm oil plantations and other farms, a study said. Photograph: Getty

Indonesia has for the first time surpassed Brazil in clearing tropical forests and losses are accelerating despite a 2011 moratorium meant to protect (...)

The marathon film has a similar appeal to that of moving plane maps watched by passengers for endless hours, the airline said.

British Airways planes will screen a seven-hour film showing a rail journey through Norway in real time as its first foray into so-called Slow TV, a g(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan’s budget package will carry much more political than economic significance. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

It is sometimes tempting to conclude that policy-making in Ireland is made up as we go along, and that priorities are assigned to those who shout the (...)

Love them or hate them – and the band don’t care one way or another – Metallica have earned the right to headline Glastonbury next week. If commercial(...)

The country in the world most faithful to the values of the Koran is Ireland according to an Iranian-born academic at George Washingon University in the US.

The country in the world most faithful to the values of the Koran is Ireland according to an Iranian-born academic at George Washingon University i(...)

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