A postman helped a man deliver a shark to safety while on his rounds in Cork Harbour yesterday.
Wed, 18 Jul, 2018
Fri, 20 Jan, 2017
Historian says the almost forgotten underground facility could be a major draw for tourists, writes Sean O’Riordan
Tue, 18 Oct, 2016
THE European eel is in trouble.
Mon, 03 Aug, 2015
A British graduate blamed for triggering an earthquake by posing naked on a sacred mountain knows what she did was “stupid and disrespectful and is very sorry for the offence that she has caused”, her father said today.
Thu, 11 Jun, 2015
Food colourings linked to hyperactivity — including some which are present in Calpol — should be banned from children’s medicines, according to a charity based in Britain.
Wed, 23 Oct, 2013
A Southampton University scientist has helped to develop a new method of understanding the complex world of turbulence which could save billions in global energy costs.
Mon, 19 Aug, 2013
MONDAY’S child is fair of face, Tuesday’s child is full of grace and Wednesday’s child drew the short straw, and is destined to be sad.
Sat, 22 Jun, 2013
SJ WATSON, has always written, but he was good at science as well. So he decided that science would be his career, and writing his hobby.
Sat, 09 Jul, 2011
AN instant online test to detect food allergies in children, which is 96% accurate and dramatically cuts waiting times for results, has been developed by researchers at University College Cork.
Thu, 03 Mar, 2011
By Lesley RichardsonA TEENAGER saved from a sex attack by her “nosey” mother after she was groomed online warned others today about the dangers of the web.
Mon, 14 Sep, 2009
THE European Union’s food safety watchdog has said a scientific report found only limited evidence linking the use of certain food additives to hyperactivity in children.
Tue, 18 Mar, 2008
A Court of Appeal judgment spelled doom for cockroaches across the world today.
Thu, 02 Mar, 2006
PEOPLE with severe asthma have been given new hope with the launch of a drug to target the cause of their attacks.
Mon, 07 Nov, 2005
For the first time, Olympians competing in Athens this summer will be tested for the banned substance Human Growth Hormone (HGH).
Wed, 28 Jul, 2004
THE country’s €90m Irish salmon farming industry yesterday urged the government to fully implement EU regulations on food labelling following a radioactive waste scare in the Irish Sea.
Wed, 25 Jun, 2003
SUPERMARKET giants Marks & Spencer yesterday said it would continue to stock salmon found to have very low levels of radioactive waste in their Irish stores.
Tue, 24 Jun, 2003
The discovery of traces of radioactive waste in supermarket salmon justifies Ireland’s legal bid to close down Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant, it was claimed tonight.
Mon, 23 Jun, 2003
A team of British scientists has launched an investigation into why peanuts put some people in peril.
Mon, 28 May, 2001
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