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  • Scheme to Save Hen Harriers

    By Victoria on March 31, 2018
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    A programme has been launched among farmers in a bid to save hen harriers. A typical 23-hectare farm, with peatland and grassland habitats, could qualify for Hen Harrier Programme payments totalling €2,200 in year one, rising to €3,700 in year two. The programme aims to save one of Ireland’s most endangered birds, the Hen Harrier, and the scheme is described […]
  • New York Divests from Fossil Fuels

    By Victoria on March 28, 2018
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    In New York, the city’s mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that the city will divest from fossil fuels and has filed a lawsuit against five major fossil fuel companies for climate damages on the city that have reportedly already amounted to billions of dollars, and the billions necessary to prepare for rising sea levels, more powerful storms and warmer […]
  • Energy Self-Sufficient Island

    By Victoria on March 21, 2018
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    The small Greek island of Tilos aims to become energy self-sufficient, by using only renewable sources. This tiny island in the Mediterranean could become the ultimate green territory, and it could be possible to cover the island’s electricity needs, even during August. The island of Tilos, which has a population of just 500, is playing a leading role in an […]
  • Irish Nurses Celebrate 50 Year Reunion

    By Victoria on March 15, 2018
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    Nursing is a profession that often sees those who are newly qualified leave Irish shores. Nurse Pat Leavy was told by her husband that she would not be able to track down the members of her nursing course from 50 years ago in Dublin, but she set about taking up the challenge. Ms. Leavy (67) explained how there were 21 […]
  • Baby Who Weighed 1 Pound 6 Ounces at Birth Has Started Play School

    By Victoria on March 12, 2018
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    A little boy who was born at 28 weeks, weighing just one pound and six ounces, has recently started play school. His parents Liz and Denis Sheridan, who had been devastated by the loss of their first baby at 18 weeks, were to meet their son Mark sooner than planned. Liz, who had HELLP syndrome, which is a life-threatening pregnancy […]
  • Young Engineer With Plans To Rebuild Gaza

    By Victoria on March 9, 2018
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    Young engineer Majd Mashharawi has invented environmentally friendly, cheap and lightweight blocks that use ash instead of sand as an alternative to conventional construction blocks. The invention is dubbed ‘Green Cake’ and may constitute an effort to help rebuild the besieged Gaza Strip. There have been 3 wars in 10 years and an 11-year Israeli blockade, which has left thousands […]
  • Australia’s Oldest Wombat

    By Victoria on March 6, 2018
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    In Australia, Winnie the wombat recently celebrated her 31st birthday, making her the oldest wombat in Australia and probably the world. To celebrate the occasion, her keepers at the National Zoo and Aquarium in Australia made two special vegetable and fruit cakes. Winnie was orphaned as a joey and hand raised at Birdland Animal Park before moving to Australia’s National […]
  • Fearless Cat Helps Train Dogs

    By Victoria on February 26, 2018
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    There is a cat in Missouri in the U.S. that has a career as a dog trainer! The name of the cat is D-O-G (pronounced “dee-OH-jee”), a fluffy black and white feline who plays an important role at Support Dogs, Inc. in St. Louis. The group trains dogs for a variety of purposes, including assisting people with hearing loss and […]
  • Condemned to Remember

    By Victoria on February 22, 2018
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    Tomi Reichental was just 9 years old when he was sent to the concentration camp Bergen Belsen. | Download | Embed
  • Europe’s Oldest Astronaut Lands Back On Earth

    By Victoria on February 22, 2018
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    Europe’s oldest astronaut Paolo Nespoli recently arrived home after a 139 day stay on the International Space Station. The 60-year-old Italian spent just three hours returning from the ISS with crewmates Randy Bresnik from NASA and Roscosmos’ Sergei Ryazansky. He touched down beneath a clear blue sky, and went from the 22 degree Celsius comfort of the ISS to the […]

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