Escalating storms and extreme weather caused by climate change will increase coastal erosion with many Irish landmarks unable to be saved, experts say.
Half of the Irish public didn’t vote in the European or local elections in 2019, despite polling suggesting over 80% of the public will vote in June.
Poor interpretation undermines asylum seekers’ credibility and delays their cases, say lawyers.
Experts concerned that ‘cultural mediators’ being asked to provide “interpretation services” beyond their required skill set.
The NTA ended up paying €3.5 million of the €7.8 million cost to develop a centre to train disabled people. The initial NTA grant was for up to €2 million.
What is legal is not always ethical.
In December 2022, police found €900,000 in alleged bribe cash stuffed in bags at the EU Parliament’s Vice President Eva Kaili’s home. How could corruption of such scale happen at the heart of the EU? Was this just one isolated incident or the tip of the iceberg?
‘Acute accommodation shortage’ sees State office tell people there is no shelter of any kind for them.
Cost review from 2018 is to be redone with no sign of when commitments made in 2020 will be met.
Due to a quirk in planning regulations, the only agency providing oversight for discharges from the plant in Ballymore Eustace is Kildare County Council.
The regulator of the Uisce Éireann facility in Ballymore Eustace found there were non-compliant concentrations of chemicals discharging into the Liffey.
There has been a growing divergence at Clare County Council’s plans to monetise different parts of the county’s offerings.
High frequency shoppers who buy clothes several times a week will be encouraged to reduce their consumption.
Most bathing waters have not been tested by local authorities since September.
Over 100 asylum appeal hearings were postponed in 2022 due to problems with interpretation.
Soybeans, used in livestock feed in Ireland, were shipped by companies with links to destruction of endangered habitats in South America.
Noteworthy investigation finds dog bite reports continue to rise across Ireland, with sheepdogs one of the most commonly reported for aggressive behaviour.
Noteworthy reported yesterday that 62 asylum-seeking children have disappeared from state care after arriving in Ireland alone.
New study finds over 1,200 children were hospitalised in Ireland over a decade.
The boys and girls – who sought protection after fleeing war-torn countries – vanished in Ireland since 2017.