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At Trinity College Dublin, zoologists have uncovered new ranging travel patterns in badgers which might help stop the spread of TB in cattle. Investigators working on a project with the Department of Agriculture and the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) tagged badgers and subsequently discovered that some male badgers, typically younger males, did not […]

In the U.K., an IT consultancy that solely employs people on the autism spectrum has won a national award. The London-based company, Auticon, topped the ‘one to watch’ category at the UK Social Enterprise Awards. According to the National Autistic Society, only 16 per cent of autistic adults are in full-time paid employment, despite the […]

In the U.K., scientists from the University of Leicester have won a ‘Space Oscar’ for their research into combating deforestation. Deforestation constitutes a huge threat to the world’s forests, with an estimated land area equivalent to 48 football fields being lost every minute. Investigators from the National Centre for Earth Observation at the University of Leicester […]

Bangor band Rend Collective play Belfast and Dublin on May 19th and 20th.  Wendy chats with band leader Gareth Gilkeson about life on the road (with all the family!) and why they’re looking forward to playing back in Ireland.

Blessington teenagers Sean and Conor Price chat with Wendy about taking part in XFactor 2017, their new single release ‘Be Like You’ and their upcoming Irish Tour.

A recent report in ‘The Tablet’ says that Russia’s Orthodox Church has opened 30,000 churches over the last 30 years, although it is expected to take until 2050 to return to what it was before the 1917 revolution. According to Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev, the Moscow Patriarchate’s external relations director “Houses of worship aren’t built as […]

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Ireland Head Coach Joe Schmidt says there’s so much happening right now in Irish Rugby that he hasn’t had time to reflect on the historic clean sweep.

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, […]


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