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London :: United Kingdom | 5 months ago

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Element Power, which plans to erect 40 farms across 20,000 hectares in Offaly, Westmeath and Laois, said 10m a year would be given to families and communities living near turbines, with another 1bn paid to the three local authorities in rates over 25

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Dublin :: Ireland | 8 months ago

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The mooted Bord na Mona / Coillte merger hasn't happened either. New Era began as a huge sweeping job-creation plan, conjured up by Fine Gael when it was in opposition. It was going to be an uber agency that would take over the State's interest in a

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New York :: NY :: USA | 10 months ago

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Woman rescued after falling at Giant's Causeway stones The woman was out walking with friends when she slipped on the stones A woman has been rescued after falling onto rocks while out walking at the Giant's Causeway in County Antrim. The alarm was

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Belfast :: United Kingdom | 10 months ago

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A kids' only escape in Sussex If you're looking for a way to entertain the children, but can't afford the time off to go away as a family, why not send them on a multi-activity break in Sussex? A four-night stay for children aged seven to 16,

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Dublin :: Ireland | 12 months ago

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Tom Prendeville 28 July 2013 Ireland's largest landowners are Bord na Mona and Irish Rail. Between them they own hundreds of thousands of acres much of which has been lying idle and disused for years. However, an ambitious project to restore Ireland'

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London :: United Kingdom | 12 months ago

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Jennifer Ryan and Scott Hamilton 26 July 2013 UK economic growth accelerated in the second quarter as all main industries showed expansion for the first time in three years, indicating Britain 's recovery is gaining traction. Gross domestic product

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Brussels :: Belgium | 1 year ago

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Before the trust's new visitors centre opened last year, it cost about £6 to use the main car park at Northern Ireland's premier tourist attraction. But an entry fee for the centre has since been included in parking costs. Visitors going by car to

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Phnom Pénh :: Cambodia | 1 year ago

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It said the planned Runkerry development would have an adverse impact on the world heritage site. Unesco has published extracts of the report compiled after a visit to the Antrim site in February. Its call is despite a court ruling that found against

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Ira :: Burkina Faso | over 1 year ago

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D'Arcy is one of several Irish business leaders who cut their teeth in the army in the 1970s when the defence forces expanded rapidly to counter the IRA. Like many other ambitious officers, he left 12 years later when a promotions bottleneck brought

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London :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Trust opposition is 'commercial' An impression of what the proposed new hotel at Runkerry would look like The National Trust's legal bid to block a £100m golf resort near the Giant's Causeway amounts to a trade war by other means, the High Court has

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