A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Sun, 29 Jan, 2023
Developers have lodged plans for nearly 3,600 homes in four sites in Dublin and Cork.
Wed, 01 Jan, 2020
A woman was knocked to the ground and was assaulted in a West Cork town over the weekend with the attack ending when the assailant was interrupted by three passers-by.
Mon, 02 Dec, 2019
Teagasc are intensifying knowledge transfer activities with farmers to improve adoption of measures to reduce emissions, so agriculture is playing its part in reducing GHG emissions, said Teagasc Director Professor Gerry Boyle, at the publication of the Teagasc Annual Report and Financial Statements for 2018.”
Fri, 18 Oct, 2019
More than 50 incidents on Irish railways including nine fatalities were examined by inspectors from the Railway Accident Investigation Unit (RAIU) last year.
Sun, 18 Aug, 2019
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed has reiterated his commitment to eradication of bovine TB in Ireland by 2030.
Wed, 10 Apr, 2019
Waterways Ireland now believes the sighting is actually the native Irish otter.
Fri, 22 Mar, 2019
Roscommon GAA made a net profit of €943,400 from their Win A House in Dublin initiative but county chairman Seamus Sweeney admits they would have been happy to sold 10,000 tickets, almost 5,000 less than they did.
Thu, 03 Jan, 2019
A new Dublin train station is coming down the track for commuters.
Mon, 20 Aug, 2018
Do you have tickets for the gigs?
Wed, 11 Oct, 2017
A man is due in court later in connection with the seizure of a handgun and ammunition in West Dublin.
Sat, 07 Oct, 2017
Gardaí are continuing to detain a man and a woman in Dublin, following an operation targeting gangland crime.
Thu, 05 Oct, 2017
Thu, 06 Apr, 2017
Secondary and third level students will gain insights into careers in food science, research and nutrition at a series of one-day science fairs hosted by Teagasc, Smart Futures and SciFest.
Tue, 26 Apr, 2016
Local representatives have called for a meeting between Dublin City Council and Irish Rail to finally close off a ‘short cut’ at which a father and son died at the weekend.
Tue, 29 Mar, 2016
Calls are being made for increased safety measures at a Dublin railway track following the death of a three-year-old and his father yesterday.
Mon, 28 Mar, 2016
Thu, 03 Mar, 2016
Sat, 14 Nov, 2015
Thu, 05 Mar, 2015
Parents in an East Cork community are to be asked, for the second time in two years, for their preferred patron for a new primary school
Fri, 06 Feb, 2015
Thu, 28 Aug, 2014
Sat, 23 Aug, 2014
A university student who admitted being in possession of over €3,000 worth of cannabis has avoided a conviction after a judge applied the Probation Act.
Sat, 28 Jun, 2014
Thu, 22 May, 2014
Sat, 10 May, 2014
Transport links and power supplies across the country are facing major disruption, because of the hurricane-force winds today.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2014
The state pathologist has confirmed that the severed arm of a convicted rapist washed up on Dollymount Strand was cut from the body following death.
Wed, 04 Dec, 2013
Teagasc is partnering with the University of East Anglia in the €9m EU-funded Aquavalens project to improve the safety of European drinking water.
Sat, 20 Apr, 2013
A family of three, who had to flee their home for their own safety in the middle of the night, has been awarded damages for assault against a Dublin businessman and landlord and his two sons.
Wed, 05 Dec, 2012
A common Irish seaweed could be used to reduce blood pressure, according to findings by Teagasc food scientists.
Tue, 16 Oct, 2012
Historically, the market for cooked meats was in bulk product, that was then sliced in the corner shop and the supermarket. This is rapidly changing and the market is now demanding product that is ready sliced and ready to go
Thu, 23 Aug, 2012
Goatsbridge Trout Farm, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, has won approval with Russian buyers for their latest product — Ireland’s first trout caviar.
Wed, 07 Mar, 2012
An Englishman who "struck it lucky" when he stole a gun safe containing €17,000 worth of gold jewellery after breaking into a Co Wicklow house has been jailed for 18 months.
Wed, 26 Oct, 2011
SEAWEED exporters have been given a welcome lift by new Teagasc research that confirms that marine plant products extracted from seas around Ireland and Canada are good for the heart.
Tue, 13 Sep, 2011
HIGH-STREET butchers have bucked the recession to emerge as the most resilient sector of Ireland’s service industry.
Mon, 25 Apr, 2011
MISSING gang rapist James Nolan is believed to have been tortured and killed before his body was dumped in the Irish Sea.
Thu, 31 Mar, 2011
GARDAÍ are “mystified” as to why two “decent enough” young men were gunned down by a professional hit team at a garage.
Thu, 25 Nov, 2010
IRELAND has taken a step closer to its food innovation ambitions with the opening of Teagasc’s new Nutraceutical Research Facility in the Ashtown Food Research Centre, Dublin.
Tue, 23 Nov, 2010
Gardaí in Dublin are making a fresh appeal to members of the public with information about a double shooting in the capital to come foward.
Thu, 29 Jul, 2010
A Swedish animal charity has rescued some dogs from Ireland, reports Donald Mahoney in Sweden
Wed, 23 Dec, 2009
SMALL food businesses are about to gain unprecedented access to industry -related scientific research, thanks to a targeted new outreach programme from Teagasc.
Sat, 03 Oct, 2009
IRISH researchers have developed a salmonella testing kit that has drastically reduced the time required to complete a standard test.
Fri, 02 Oct, 2009
A FINGERPRINT of Timothy Cunningham Junior was found on black tape stuck to a plastic bag full of sterling which was discovered during a search of the basement of his father’s house, the seventh day of the money-laundering trial has heard.
Thu, 29 Jan, 2009