Opposition to mining in Clare grows as licensing looms

6 July 2022   Over recent months, local opposition has been building against possible mineral prospecting in east Clare. Resistance in East Clare  Opposition was largely spurred on by the publication of a prospecting licence, granted to the mining company Minco Ltd. for the Tulla area of Co. Clare, as […]

6 July 2022 Comic book characters are at the height of popularity right now. The characters created by DC and Marvel in particular have been making their mark in the box office with Avengers: Endgame being the highest grossing movie of all time when it was released. These stories of […]

24 June 2022 As some of you may have seen on Twitter this week, today is my last official day as editor of The Green News. I first started as an intern here back in 2019 – just a couple of months into my journalism career. I knew I wanted […]

31 May 2022  A story set in a dystopian, post-apocalypse world tends to be a creative way to comment on the failures and fears of humanity in a way that is far-fetched enough to keep an audience from turning into a paranoid population of doomsday preppers. The 2013 science-fiction thriller […]

26 May 2022  There’s been no shortage of big storms landing in Ireland over the past few years. There’s been Ophelia, Emma and Ciara – to name a few. They’ve wreaked havoc on different parts of the country – and because of climate change they are set to be more […]


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