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Ireland may geographically be closer to Britain, but politically, with Brexit, and the UK becoming a ‘third country outside the EU, France is now the Republic’s closest neighbour - a relationship the French are keen to develop and deepen.
Irish businesses must rethink the role of plastic in their operations and significantly increase their efforts to eradicate plastic pollution and its impact on the world’s oceans, according to award-winning Science, Natural History and Environmental broadcaster Liz Bonnin.
Tusla - Child and Family Agency has launched a new awareness and recruitment campaign to find carers for separated children seeking international protection.
Ireland West Airport has welcomed the launch by Ryanair of its two new services to Edinburgh and Manchester. Both services will initially operate twice weekly and operate on a year round basis.
As summer comes to an end, attention is turning to the new political season as the various party think-ins get underway with the return of the Dáil just around the corner.
Ireland has a “moral responsibility” to take in far more than the “mere 195 refugees” from Afghanistan it has pledged to accept.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, is seeking an urgent Government meeting to explore all possible options following a recent High Court injunction obtained by The Friends of the Irish Environment which has halted essential flood relief works at Lough Funshinagh to the west of Lough Ree in South Roscommon.
The EU introduced a tyre label in 2012 that was aimed at providing consumers across Europe with key performance information at the point of sale when they were faced with choosing a new tyre for their vehicle. On May 1 this year, the EU introduced a new and improved version of the tyre label, simplifying the way the performance detail is featured on the label and showing some additional attributes of the tyre. The trouble is, in Ireland at least, not many people know about its existence.
The Marine Institute’s Explorers Education Programme and Educational Passages are said to be delighted that the 1.5 metre unmanned mini sailboat called ‘Seoltóir Na Gaillimhe – the Galway Sailor’, that was deployed by a Galway school in June, was recently found stranded on the Bunes Beach above the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten Islands, in Norway.
Local Sinn Féin Deputy and Spokesperson on Defence, Sorca Clarke, has accused the government of failing third level students as college costs continue to spiral out of control and many are struggling to find accommodation.