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# Destroyed
Investigation into whether frogs, eels and bats were buried alive by silt spread on Tallaght wetlands
Minister Josepha Madigan says she is taking the matter very seriously.
# sean walsh memorial park
'It defies logical explanation': Martin demands inquiry into Tallaght wetlands controversy
Minister Josepha Madigan has said her investigations unit is looking into the matter.
# Tallaght
The Lidl looted during the snow has suffered a large robbery weeks before grand reopening
Thieves made off with a “large amount of copper piping and wire” from the Fortunestown store.
# Destroyed
Burberry burns €32 million worth of unsold products to protect its brand
News of Burberry’s destruction policy has drawn flak in Britain.
# Dublin Port
Over 700 unsafe Halloween products destroyed
The products were seized at Dublin Port and were destroyed when it was found that they did not meet the required safety standards.
# MENTAL HOSPITAL
History of St Kevin's: A mental health institution that incarcerated innocent people in filthy conditions
To explore the history of the imposing landmark, TheJournal.ie has delved into Oireachtas, newspaper and online archives and reports.
# Verdemont
Dozens left homeless after fire destroyed up to 60 apartments in Blanchardstown
Up to 100 residents were unable to go back to their apartments last night.
# bad tourism
European tourism chief says Ryanair and Airbnb travellers are 'destroying' cities
Amsterdam Marketing CEO Frans van der Avert has suggested that a glut of visitors is making historic European cities less ‘livable’.
# Destroyed
Spare a thought for the person manning Cadbury's Twitter account this Christmas
Roses are making people very angry.
# Destroyed
Club ruined by fire are down to their last two footballs...
Loughglynn FC in Roscommon had their entire world burnt down at the end of June.
# Courts
Dublin bride-to-be sentenced for stealing €15k to pay for her wedding
The money was due to be destroyed.
# lives at risk
Dozens of homes feared destroyed by raging fires in South Australia
Firefighters have been struggling to contain the blaze due to strong winds.
# Destroyed
Clubhouse at Dunmore East Golf Club completely gutted by overnight fire
Three fire brigade units attended the fire.
# we didn't smoke it
What did RTÉ do with the lump of hash they ordered on Prime Time?
Richard Downes ordered drugs in a murky corner of the internet as part of a report shown last night.
# made safe
Old mortar shell that still contained explosive material found in Limerick city
It’s understood the shell dates from the War of Independence era.
# Makeover
Here's how much it's costing to save Pompeii's ruins
Parts of the Temple of Venus were damaged by rainfall earlier this week.
# seaforde
Digger used to pull ATM from wall during early-morning raid
The thieves used a Volvo digger, causing “considerable damage” to the building.
# Dangerous
"Very dangerous" early-20th century grenade found in Co Cork
The item was made safe by the army bomb disposal squad.
# Destroyed
Fire destroys 1,000-year-old Tibetan town
Most of the houses were made of wood so the fire spread easily.
# Illinois
Man films terrifying video of tornado devastating his house and neighbourhood
The man and his daughter sheltered in their home as the storm passed.
# Bomb Squad
Bomb squad examines hazardous substances in two schools
The callouts took place this afternoon in Dublin.
# Films
10 lost, found and incomplete films
Throughout the history of cinema, there have been films lost, films found – and films that are still incomplete. We take a look at 10 of the most interesting examples.
# Fail
Man fails at Spiderman attempt
Crash, bang, wallop! Possibly the worst Spiderman impersonation yet.
# Weapons
In pictures: 100,000 illegal guns seized across China
Around 250 tons of explosives were also seized in the nationwide coordinated operation targeting gun crime.