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Gallery: It Takes a Village – Cloughjordan & Feeding Ourselves Festival in Pictures. #People4Soil

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President Higgins signs Bill to ban fracking into law

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First sea eagle fledged in Cork for 100 years found dead on Dingle Peninsula

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September 13th, 2017 The climate success story of the Montreal Protocol will be celebrated on World Ozone Day this Saturday with the launch of a...

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