“There was absolutely no need for this big tractor to come along and literally annihilate everything.”
“We already know that global climate change is having an effect on the country’s environment, which includes land, waters and atmosphere. My drawing represents a vision of our future, where part of our land will go under the water.”
People flying drones in Dublin in places where they shouldn’t “is a huge problem”, according to Fergal McCarthy, co-chair of the Unmanned Aircraft Association of Ireland.
How an eccentric professor built a hidden Howth swimming spot.
From 18 to 20 March, you’ll be able to get your Dublin Bay prawns prepared every which-way. And if you’re not into shellfish, there’s always fish and chips.
After a good stroll around the harbour on a crisp winter’s day, there’s only one place to head for a portion of steaming chowder.