“While the results of our surveys have exceeded all expectations, they have also revealed that Vinegar Hill has been extensively stripped by illegal [metal] detectorists, and impacted mby various developments, both of which have had a profound and detrimental impact on our knowledge,” said Ronan O’Flaherty.
The HSE has moved to reassure those concerned about derelict, or mostly unused, properties it owns that steps are being taken to ensure they do not meet the same fate as the St Kevin’s facility in Cork which was gutted by fire this week.
Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan will be joined by one-time US presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders strategist Tadd Devine on a heavy-hitting schedule for this year’s Kennedy Summer School.
There were at least 4,089 complaints regarding alleged antisocial behaviour (ASB) in 21 local authority areas last year — and the number of difficult tenants removed from their homes could rise this year as councils enact new powers.
A select collection of works by Jack Butler Yeats and John Butler Yeats from the Model arts centre in Sligo, home of the important Niland Collection, have gone on tour for the first time with the opening of an exhibition in Wexford at the weekend.
Gerard Howlin’s article (Opinion, June 25) highlights the importance of Brian Crowley reconsidering his decision to unilaterally leave the centrist Alliance for Liberals and Democrats in Europe (ALDE) group for the right-wing, eurosceptic European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group.
FARMERS in Co Wexford have been outraged by a proposal to stop any building on lands designated for the route of the proposed N11/N25 road from Oylegate to Rosslare Harbour — even though the National Roads Authority, Department of Transport and Wexford County Council have no budget to buy the land or build the road, according to the IFA.