TIME was when noise nuisance in Ireland was generally created by that dreaded dog which never stopped barking in an area, or the busy, inconsiderate neighbour who insisted on working machinery late at night, writes
Copious amounts of slurry from Irish farms, as well as some of the million tonnes of food waste produced here annually, could be used to create energy, writes
It is often raining in the Horse’s Glen when the sun is shining in every other part of the country, at any time of the year, writes
Barring an unforeseen calamity in the world, 2018 should be another boom year for tourism in Ireland, following last year’s record 10.6m visitors.
WITH all the hype about Star Wars and Skellig Michael, there’s a danger some people might be deluded into thinking it is just a spectacular rock that has only recently been discovered in the Atlantic.
Daffodils blooming in November. Grass growing at Christmas. Climate change is here for all to see, writes.
A stroll on a beach anywhere in Ireland reveals the scale of the marine littering problem, says
A HEFTY price is being paid for relaxed planning regulations, over many decades, which allowed houses almost everywhere in rural areas, particularly in western counties.
Hopes are rising that an Irish-bred, white-tailed eagle will produce a chick in 2018, writes