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Freshly cut turf near Mountbellew, Co Galway this week

On his way to work every morning, consultant geriatrician Colm Byrne has a fair idea how busy his day will be at the Mater hospital on the northside o(...)

In November,  Patrick Quirke’s appeal was dismissed by the Court of Criminal Appeal. File photograph: Collins Courts

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from Tipperary farmer Patrick Quirke against his conviction for the murder of DJ Bobby Ryan. Quirke (5(...)

The IPCC report says drastic cuts to fossil fuels combined with scale-up of renewable energy is the single most effective option. Existing and currently planned fossil fuel projects are already more than the climate can handle, it finds. Photograph: iStockPhoto

The chance to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis will be lost if global greenhouse gas emissions do not start to fall in less than three ye(...)

The court heard Bargainprop acquired the Greencastle premises in 2021 from a receiver appointed over the property. Photograph: iStock

The owner of the Bargaintown chain of furniture stores has secured a High Court injunction requiring several parties to vacate a commercial property i(...)

 Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan: The Government does not want job applicant checking to slow air travel’s recovery.  “We need our tourism back,” he says.

Eamon Ryan, the Minister for Transport, intends raising airlines’ concerns about delays in completing security background checks on job applicants wit(...)

 Green Party Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity Pippa Hackett recently promised that the Department of Agriculture would issue 1,040 tree planting licences this year. Photograph:  Julien Behal Photography

Foresters say Green Party Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity Pippa Hackett is rowing back on a pledge to plant 8,000 hectares of new timb(...)

The Government has said it supports development of 2,000 megawatts of flexible gas-fired generation capacity, a move Friends of the Earth says runs counter to our Paris Agreement objectives. Photograph: iStock

The Government decision to support further fossil gas generation of electricity over the next decade “is hugely concerning” because of associated carb(...)

Representatives from the private Irish forestry sector protesting over felling licensing delays outside the Dáil on Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Foresters are demanding that Taoiseach Micheál Martin intervene in a crisis that has frozen the industry for two years and is threatening 12,000 jobs.(...)

The NTA, which launched the Cork Bus Network Redesign Choices report on Thursday, hopes to dramatically reduce the 74 per cent of journeys in the greater cork area that are currently taken by car

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is to seek the views of members of the public on a new bus transport system for the greater Cork area as a firs(...)

Constant stream of calls, emails and text messages leaves many workers feeling they are never off duty, particularly now with so many working from home. File photograph: Joe Giddens/ PA Wire/Paul Scott/The Irish Times

The Government has introduced a new code of practice to bolster the right of employees to switch off from work outside normal working hours. Tánaiste(...)

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