The snake, named Sammi by rescuers, is described as “hanging in there” but it is still very uncertain as to whether she will pull through.
Cork County Council should have the power to go on to private land to tackle invasive plant species such as Japanese knotweed because some landowners are ignoring calls to eradicate them.
The Department of Agriculture has ruled out any link between the increasing numbers of wild deer in south Kerry and the biggest outbreak of bovine TB in living memory in the area.
Planning Minister Simon Coveney is being urged to reverse a decision to grant a licence to a biotechnology company to mechanically harvest 1,860 acres of native seaweed forest in Bantry Bay.
Locals in Donegal launched a rescue operation this morning after a pod of 13 pilot whales was stranded on a beach in the north of the county.
The owner of Fr Ted Crilly’s parochial house has hit out at fresh Government plans to construct visitor facilities at Mullaghmore in the Burren.
UP to 2,000 coastal jobs and a potential €150 million in exports are on hold due to the Government’s slow processing of 600 aquaculture licences, according to the Irish Shellfish Association.
LOVERS of Irish heritage will rightly be dismayed at the severity of cutbacks in projects ranging from the upkeep of nationally important buildings to research on landscape and waterways under threat from invasive species.
BUDGET cuts will have detrimental effects on our national heritage and close many small enterprises that are dependent on it, according to the Heritage Council.
COILLTE has denied it is being held to ransom for millions of euro in lost revenue by a small mollusc.
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