The Green Party’s general election candidate for the Wexford constituency has pulled out of the race.
Former Fine Gael by-election Verona Murphy is to announce on Tuesday whether she will run as an Independent candidate in Wexford in the upcoming General Election.
Latest 7.20pm: Verona Murphy has been eliminated from the Wexford By-election.
Mick Wallace was known as a straight talker in the Dáil and it will be a straight shootout between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to replace him.
Plastic has become a huge problem for our oceans, taking many decades to break down, and entering the food chain with often deadly results for the birds, fish and other creatures that end up ingesting it, writes Caroline O’Doherty
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, writes Claire O'Sullivan.
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.
A dump holding 200,000 tonnes of rubbish is being washed into the sea more than 20 years after the problem was identified, a report on the dangers of erosion reveals.
GIVEN the massive amounts of marine waste that was washed in by last year’s storms, people might be justified in thinking that there was little more of it left in the oceans.
Plastic bottles and jellyfish emerged as a cause of concern in the latest All-Ireland Coastwatch survey.
Assurances given by a state body over risks to wild salmon have not eased coastal communities’ fears over fish farms.
IRISH fishermen have come away reasonably happy with the quota of fish they can take from the seas next year following negotiations in Brussels.
A TRAVELLING biodiversity exhibition will take to the country’s roads over the next five months educating the public on Ireland’s natural beauty.
A major travelling biodiversity exhibition will take to the country’s roads over the next five months educating the public on Ireland’s natural beauty.
More than 20 groups have joined forces to accuse a Government minister of failing the environment.
AN environmental time bomb was ticking in the Atlantic last night after the sinking of the stricken Prestige oil tanker 500 miles from Mizen Head.
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