Irish Examiner view: Time to consider a single wildlife agency

Irish Examiner view: Time to consider a single wildlife agency
Irish Examiner view: Time to consider a single wildlife agency Review of NPWS is essential and all groups with a commitment to environmental and conservation wellbeing should contribute to it and …

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Irish Examiner View: It’s time we became a transparent society Our capacity to adapt, to modify, is defining. Without flexibility, societies calcify, some become dysfunctional and collapse.

Ireland must face up to challenging … – Irish Examiner
The project surveys and maps areas of wildlife importance and provides high-quality data that is essential for conservation and sustainable offshore development. … a single beluga was also seen …

Rules to regulate residential centres for … – Irish Examiner
The agency is speaking with the Mental Health Commission regarding which centres are registered by which body. More in this section Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume has died, family announce

Housing market needs to serve citizens … – Irish Examiner
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With new Cork-Dusseldorf flights, people should consider
Former Irish Examiner sub-editor Mareike Graepel lived in Cork for years before she returned to her native Germany. With new Cork-Dusseldorf flights on offer, she gives the local lowdown on the …

‘A nation’s shame’: Ireland’s report on mother and baby homes
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, January 13, 2021: Irish papers react to a much-awaited report on systemic abuse in the country’s Catholic homes for unwed mothers. The Irish Examiner’s front page lists the names and birthdays of some of the 9,000 children who died in the institutions between 1922 and 1998. We also look at reactions in India to the Supreme Court’s suspension of controversial farming …

Changing role of women in the Irish society: an overview …
Signs that increasing numbers of Irish mothers are delaying childbirth until later in life were confirmed in the 2006 census figures and had been reported in the Irish media (The Irish Times, 2012). The average age of women at the birth of first child had increased from 27.5 years in 1955 to 29.4 in 2010 ( CSO, 2011a , b ).

Time For Dublin To Get Serious About Protecting The Irish
It is time for Dublin to create a single Department within the government whose only task is to preserve, protect and promote the Irish Language. Incompetence and indifference on the part of the government’s approach to the preservation of Ireland’s most valuable cultural asset, the Gaelic Language, is not surprising given that the same department responsible for promoting

The Irish media’s despicable smearing of Killian Foley …
Consider Kevin Myers, drummed out of polite society for alleged anti-semitism in a column for the Sunday Times. This is the same Kevin Myers, by the way, who has always been one of Israel’s strongest defenders in Ireland, which is not an easy country to be a defender of Israel in.