Denis Naughten

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Minister for Climate Action Denis Naughten at the handover of his new 100% electric car. Last month, he flew to Brussels to demand that the State be allowed to opt out of even the basic emissions commitments we had already signed up to. File photograph: Maxwell Photography

Nobody knows for sure what the future holds, either for us as individuals or as societies, but if you look closely, there is a growing body of scienti(...)

 Irish Times journalists won seven awards at the NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards. From left: Patrick Freyne;  Ciara Kenny; Ruadhan Mac Cormaic;  Malachy Clerkin;  Conor Lally; David Labanyi and  Fintan O’Toole, Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Irish Times led the way at the 2017 NewsBrands Ireland Journalism awards, with journalists from the newspaper winning seven awards, more than any (...)

Liam Duggan, Eircode managing director; Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten; and Paddy Flynn, director of geo operations at Google

Ireland’s postcode system Eircode is now compatible with Google Maps and can be used to locate addresses throughout the country. Established in 2015(...)

Firefighters respond to a Halloween fire in Dublin. File photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

Dublin Fire Brigade has responded to more than 50 fire-related incidents this Halloween. Traditionally one of the busiest days of the year for fire (...)

Cara Konig-Brock, owner of Beaulieu House in Drogheda, Co Louth. The solar farm will combine “modern technology with a very traditional place, almost in a time warp”. Photograph: Garrett White

Many of Ireland’s country estate houses have been repurposed as wedding venues, but at the 17th-century Beaulieu House in Co Louth there’s a different(...)

Satellites allowed us watch as storm Ophelia approached Ireland. Image: NOAA via AP

We have received quite a battering from the weather with ex-hurricane Ophelia leaving death and destruction in her wake, quickly followed by Atlantic (...)

Railway Union’s Niamh Byrne carries during a Women’s AIL clash with Old Belvedere. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Fianna Fáil senator Terry Leyden has said he regrets comments he made last week suggesting rugby is bad for women’s “health and wellbeing.” As report(...)

Minister for the Environment Denis Naughten pointed to local authorities’ estimates that more than 750,000 tyres had been dumped in sites around the country. Photograph: Alan Betson

More than 20,000 farms have been affected by illegal dumping, according to Minister for the Environment Denis Naughten. Old tyres, domestic rubbish,(...)

 A total of 1,000 farmers will have participated in the programme by the end of 2017, with detailed resource efficiency assessments completed on 38 farms. Photograph: Oktay Ortakcioglu/E+/Getty

A new initiative to encourage “smart farming” has succeeded in reducing CO2 emissions by 10 per cent on participating farms, and also improved financi(...)

Richard Moat, chief of Eir. Comreg is conducting a review of Eir’s regulatory governance model, which could in theory pave the way for greater separation between Eir and its wholesale arm, OpenEir.

Eir’s increasingly fractious relationship with Comreg took a new twist this week with news that the company is now suing the State in bid to block the(...)

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