Dáil Work, Leaders Questions

Clare raised the issue of illegal adoptions in Ireland carried out over decades and access for those illegally adopted to the files that contain information relating to their identities.

Animal Welfare, Features, International

by Jamison Maeda

Even experienced rangers were shocked at the horrific scene as the carcasses of 87 dead elephants were discovered in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. They had been poisoned and their tusks removed by poachers. And as hundreds of birds and other animals fed on the carcasses, soon they too would become victims of cyanide poisoning.
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Hunger in the U.S.

Oct
2013
02

Features, International

by Jamison Maeda
The United States is home to 442 billionaires like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. It conjures images of movie star mansions, Beverly Hills, and Manhattan’s 5th Avenue. But the truth is, 1 in 6 Americans are “food insecure,” which is how politicians describe people who don’t have enough food to survive.
 
In many states, including Texas, Florida, Mississippi and Alabama, hunger affects over 19% of the population.
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Penalty Points

Oct
2013
01

Dáil Work, Justice, Leaders Questions

Leaders Questions on the report from the Comptroller & Auditor General into abuse of the penalty points system.