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  1. Proponents of one of Ireland's new energy crops have said the fledgling industry faces collapse due to Government inaction on introducing a feasible price for its produce.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/energy...ain-future-in-price-dispute-1.1337267
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  2. Dublin has lost out to Bristol, Brussels, Glasgow and Ljubljana in the competition to become European Green Capital 2015 — an award that recognises a city’s environmental performance.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/enviro...uropean-green-capital-award-1.1338037
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  3. Ireland has more than tripled its recycling rate for municipal waste over the past decade – a performance equalled only by Britain, according to the Europe an Environment Agency.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/enviro...recyling-of-municipal-waste-1.1331920
    Tags: , , , por andrea (2013-03-20)
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  4. There was “no place” in the GAA for players or officials who engaged in racist activity, the organisation's director general Páraic Duffy said at Croke Park today.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/no-pla...n-gaa-for-racism-duffy-says-1.1331472
    Tags: , , , , , , por andrea (2013-03-20)
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  5. The country’s loneliest man is on his way back to England after 20 years living on the remote island of Inishfree.
    http://www.irishexaminer.com/world/cwcwojsnojoj/rss2
    Tags: , , , por andrea (2013-03-20)
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  6. St Patricks Day is a celebration almost everywhere in the world, except, you guessed it, Northern Ireland. Each year we are entertained to our usual dour cold war over symbols and identities at least we're not burning down Orange Halls, like the Scots - Ed » .

    In Downpatrick Unionists are complaining that the festivities are being held on, erm, St Patricks Day, because it’s a Sunday. Well, I know yesterday was a bank holiday and it wouldn’t take much to agree to have it on the day we actually get off, but, well, its our whinge day.
    http://sluggerotoole.com/2013/03/19/s...-ni-where-we-cant-agree-what-it-means
    Tags: , , por estibaliz (2013-03-19)
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  7. Peter McGuire takes a look at the Irish language strategy over the past 20 years and asks what's been done? Millions of euro flow into a range of Irish-language educational quangos. But with few people having little more than cúpla focail, it’s time to question the strategy
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/educat...any-quangos-so-little-irish-1.1327678
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  8. In space no one can hear you scream, but they can certainly hear you sing an Irish song for the day that is in it. Commander Chris Hadfield further endeared himself with Irish people everywhere by broadcasting from the International Space Station his version of Danny Boy to mark St Patrick's Day.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/out-of...s-st-patrick-s-day-in-space-1.1328923
    Tags: , , , por andrea (2013-03-18)
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  9. From the Pyramids and the Sphinx to the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, almost 70 of the world’s most iconic sites greened-up for St Patrick’s Day.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world-...-green-for-st-patrick-s-day-1.1328928
    Tags: , , , , por andrea (2013-03-18)
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  10. Tory Island, one of the most remote islands in Europe, contains some of the most spectacular landscapes, rugged beauty and breathtaking scenery imaginable. Set nine miles off the north-west coast of Ireland near County Donegal, this isolated crag is just two and half miles long and three quarters of a mile wide. The hardworking and friendly inhabitants of Tory’s enjoy a way of life similar to what their ancestors had hundreds of years ago.

    Tough Winters, Beautiful Summers
    The spectacular cliff scenery and rich and varied history makes it easy to see why the islanders endure the ferocious North Atlantic Winters, so they can enjoy the warm and wonderful summers. According to folklore passed down through the centuries, the Island has been used as a retreat for monks, visited by 6th century missionary Colm Cille, seen major shipwrecks and been a haven for smugglers at various times.
    http://www.ireland-fun-facts.com/toryislandireland.html
    Tags: , , , por estibaliz (2013-03-18)
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