Even though the hare is protected under EU law, almost 70,000 hares have been legally captured since 2009 for use in the coursing industry where they are chased by trained greyhounds before being released.
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Residents of our offshore islands are forced to think twice before online shopping or ordering bulky goods as shipping costs can be more than double those on the mainland.
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Those who need the services of a language interpreter in Ireland may find their voices unheard, as a number of reports in recent years highlighted the ‘uneven quality’ of this service and lack of training standards.
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In what became known as ‘Qatargate‘, the European Parliament’s Vice President Eva Kaili and four others were arrested in December 2022, after police found €900,000 in alleged bribe cash stuffed in bags and suitcases.
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Our biggest drinking water treatment plant discharges wastewater into the Liffey at a point in Kildare where locals say flow is not strong enough to dilute the nutrient-dense material.
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