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Reporter Anthea Lacchia and campaigner James Walsh tell Susan Daly about how almost all councils are still using pesticides.
The amount spent by local authorities on pesticides varies from less than €1,000 to about €300,000 a year.
Unapproved or revoked products for sale as well as no trained staff on site were among issues identified.
Coillte alone spends around €1.5 million on pesticides – including the controversial glyphosate – every year.
With few accessible options on the private rental market, little support is available for disabled people who fall outside social housing threshold.
Noteworthy’s Niall Sargent and vet Dr Alexander Rabitsch tell Susan Daly about animal welfare concerns in the growing trade to Europe.
Department audit finds some operators not complying with feeding intervals, Noteworthy reveals.
Noteworthy finds the State has little to no control over what happens to animals once they leave Ireland.
Thousands of cattle exported on vessels that do not meet standards required under Irish laws.
Noteworthy’s Maria Delaney tells Susan Daly about how over €90 million worth of properties were sold.
Investigation by Noteworthy finds these congregations paid €27m to the State in redress during this time.
Independent report alleges a ‘major issue’ with water quality monitoring near SSE’s Great Island Power Station.
Social justice has been a focus of investigative platform Noteworthy since its inception over three years ago.
A proposed Bill with last-minute amendments impacting judicial reviews is being voted on by TDs tonight.
Key subsidiaries say they fall outside of regulations that enable environmental information requests.
Noteworthy’s Niall Sargent and journalist Ella McSweeney tell Susan Daly about concerns over the cross-border poultry manure trade.
Cross-border investigation reveals concerns over regulation of the trade in poultry litter, an increasingly important natural fertiliser used on crops and vegetables.
Cross-border investigation reveals serious environmental and air quality concerns from ammonia produced by the rapidly expanding poultry industry on the island of Ireland.