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# Land

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Hunger remains 'major' global threat to world’s poorest and most vulnerable
The newest Global Hunger Index shows the unsustainable use of land, water, and energy are the biggest factors affecting the food security of the most vulnerable people around the world.
Chinese landowners setting themselves on fire over forced evictions
Ordinary Chinese are turning to desperate forms of protests as local governments continue to seize land to sell the usage rights to property developers.
Bad planning contributing to Irish obesity levels - An Taisce
An Taisce’s comprehensive report suggests urban sprawl means more time in cars or transport – and less time physically active.
The 9 worst councils in Ireland's planning system
An Taisce has rated planning systems in 34 city and county councils. Nine of them got an ‘F’ grade.
8 of the world’s most spectacular bridges
Yes, they get us from one location to another with ease, but there is more to bridges than that. They can be spectacular works of architecture – and art.
"I'd like to go back to where I was before it ever happened": Teresa Treacy speaks
In advance of a meeting with barristers about her conflict with the ESB and Eirgrid on her land, Teresa Treacy spoke to about her experiences in jail, and her hopes for the future.
DUP councillor: “I want Rihanna to enjoy God’s salvation in her life”
The man who asked Rihanna to stop filming on his land has given his verdict on her new video – and said he doesn’t think she’s a “naughty person”.
Teresa Treacy meets young supporters after release from jail
Teresa Treacy, who was released from jail on Thursday, met with some of her young supporters this weekend.
"Vast majority" of tree-cutting completed on Teresa Treacy's land
That is according to Eirgrid and the ESB, who once again stated their “deep regret” over Ms Treacy’s jailing for contempt of court.
Colombia enacts landmark 'victim's law' for 4 million affected by dirty war
Law includes provisions for compensating the survivors of violence which has killed tens of thousands of people in Colombia since 1985.
Minister and wife claim tax breaks on 13-bed Moneygall mansion
James Reilly and his wife receive tax breaks for the upkeep of their Offaly mansion by opening it for paid public entrance.
Agricultural land prices fall by over 50 per cent in the past four years
Average land price in 2010 alone dropped by 14.5 per cent. The Irish Farmers Journal say the biggest problem for farmers remains access to funding to buy land.