A Cork hunting club has been ordered to pay €4,000 in compensation to a farmer after an incident in which its dogs distressed a number of his cattle, which in turn caused at least one of the bulls to be “physically unable to procreate”.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2016
A group representing road engineering experts has expressed its “alarm and disappointment” that the Government has failed to regulate the secondhand tyre industry, warning that part-worn tyres can contribute to accidents.
Fri, 08 Apr, 2016
The letter written by Thomas Roddy (Irish Examiner, November 4) regarding the protest against water charges was published recently and is an excellent synopsis of why Ireland’s economic and general outlook is one of negativity and pessimism.
Fri, 07 Nov, 2014
A Medical Council inquiry into a doctor who diagnosed 20-year-old Vicki Core with gastric flu less than 24 hours before she died of pneumonia, has been told that her appearance on the day before her death indicated the seriousness of her condition.
Fri, 17 Jan, 2014
In response to Donal Buckley’s recent opinion piece in the Irish Examiner (Agri-business, April 8) the Irish Wildlife Trust would like to point out that within Ireland’s “abundant fishing grounds” less than half of assessed fish stocks are considered by the Marine Institute to be exploited sustainably.
Fri, 12 Apr, 2013
Employers' group IBEC today welcomed the statement from the Minister for Environment, Heritage and Local Government showing a five-fold increase in electrical recycling since the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) scheme came into force in August 2005.
Tue, 18 Jul, 2006