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Sunday 5 February 2023 Dublin: -2°C

# Seagulls

All time
# Gypsies
Bohs battle back against Bray to claim first victory of the season
The home side were two goals down.
# an seanad
Senator suggests using lasers to keep 'aggressive' seagulls at bay
Senators continue the fight against loud, aggressive seagulls.
# Flying High
'I've no hard feelings' - Duffy reacts to frosty reception on return to Ewood Park with first Brighton goal
The Irish centre-half is enjoying life at the table-topping Seagulls.
# Seagulls
In-form Bray hold firm against Galway to win out west
It’s now eight games unbeaten for the Seagulls.
# shooting blanks
Bray rue missed chances in goalless draw away to Sligo
Harry Kenny’s men returned from the mid-season break with a point to prove.
# ready to swoop
So they've been talking about seagulls in the Seanad again
They’re tearing refuse bags to pieces and don’t seem to understand bedtime, a FG senator complained.
# Take a Bow
Stunning 40-yard strike seals hard-fought Galway win
Marc Ludden sealed the points with an out-of-the-blue 40-yard strike that completely caught out the Seagulls goalkeeper .
# Momentum
Boyle bumps Dundalk to sixth straight league win
A first-half header was enough for the Lilywhites at Oriel Park, but the home faithful might well have expected to see more goals.
# Report
Former Bray player comes back to haunt his old club as Finn Harps earn 3rd home win
The Donegal side’s extremely encouraging start to the season continued tonight.
# Bray Wanderers
Bohemians prove too strong for the Seagulls
Goals from Dano Byrne and Ayman Ben Mohamed were enough to send the Gypsies into mid-table in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
# the real culprits
Seabirds '10 times' more polluting than humans when it comes to dirtying Ireland's beaches
Who knew.
# Chance to shine?
Why now might be the perfect time for Richie Towell to break into the Brighton team
The Seagulls are going through a difficult patch and could turn to their new signing.
# Seagulls
Brighton boss Hughton expresses interest in wanted man Towell
The ex-Ireland assistant manager was speaking about the Dundalk star on Off The Ball this evening.
# Pigeons
Croke Park to deploy a very different hawk eye in upcoming games
Forget seagulls, pigeons are your new aerial threat.
# Nightmare
"Single-purpose sexual missiles" - mating flying ants are taking over the country
Yes, really. And seagulls are getting ‘drunk’ eating them.
# the birds
QUIZ: Did these seagull attack stories actually happen?
How prepared are you for a gull attack? Let’s find out.
# horse tranquiliser
Man denies he fed ketamine to seagull after video goes viral
It’s not what it looks like, he insists.
Seagulls are not monsters - let's stop the hysteria
BirdWatch Ireland’s Niall Hatch responds to concerns about Ireland’s ‘rogue’ gulls.
# war on seagulls
Giant seagulls have been killing sheep on the Dingle Peninsula
More tales of aggressive birds – including one who dove at a motorcyclist “like a Second World War Stuka”.
# gulls gone wild
Seagulls: A Timeline Of Their Reign Of Terror In Ireland
They’re back.
# Your Say
Poll: Would you support a seagull cull?
Or should the protected birds be left alone?
# menace to society
Vicious seagulls behaving like cows "with mad cow disease" - FF senator
David Cameron’s calling for a “big conversation” on the nuisance birds in the UK, but there’s “no change” to the birds’ protected species status here.
# Angry Birds
The UK wants to take on 'aggressive' seagulls
Prime Minister David Cameron says there needs to be a ‘big conversation’ about what to do about their behaviour.
# Take a Break
If you think our seagulls are bad, you haven't seen what's going on in Australia
Be careful out there during seagull breeding season.
# rebel assault
Cork ride out stormy clash with Bray to stay in touch at league's summit
Colin Healy and Adam Mitchell red cards ensured the game finished with just 20 men on the field.
# gulls gone wild
Here's why you shouldn't attempt to eat food anywhere near seagulls
# Seagulls
Bray announce Croly as their new manager on a long-term deal
The former Shamrock Rovers boss was unveiled by the club at a press conference this afternoon.
# Seagulls
Bray are without a manager as Maciej asks for 'time out to reflect'
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division club has thanked the Polish coach for this services.
# The Seagulls
13 signs you're a hardcore Bray Wanderers fan
If torrential rain and gale force winds don’t faze you then step this way.
This Dublin man's plight proves that all seagulls are menacing pricks
The gulls are gunna getcha.
# Angry Birds
Think our seagulls are bad? Try being attacked by an angry owl
One US town has erected signs to warn of malicious birds.
# story beaker
Hungry seagulls had to peck holes in the ice ... that's how cold it was in Dublin this morning
Were they actually fishing — or were they just biding their time until the local Spar opened?
# good gulls
These Irish dancing seagulls have definitely lost the run of themselves
Some serious skills.
# told you so
"They are dump-gulls": Senator Ned O'Sullivan says he's been proved right on seagull threat
“Maybe some of the smart-alec media comments that were made all over the summer … maybe some of those guys might re-look at what they wrote now.”
# birds be gone
Seagulls back in spotlight as Government seeks to 'eliminate' them from Department of Health
One politician described the birds as ‘cheeky’ last summer saying they were stealing children’s lollipops.
# News Fix
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Everybody’s talking about housing people in prefabs, Judge Barry White, seagulls and Islamic State.
# this has wings
Senator Ned O'Sullivan is stepping up his campaign against seagulls
The media may have thought his comments on seagulls were a joke — but the Fianna Fáil politician insists the issue is a serious one.
# gone wild
12 menacing animals that simply must be stopped
Today they make the headlines, tomorrow they make you pay.
# parks and reproductions
Are those pesky seagulls edging out the ducks in Stephen's Green? No, say the experts...
People have noticed a drop in the number of ducks in the park recently — but apparently it’s nothing to do with seagulls “losing the run of themselves” again…
# gulls gulls gulls
Seagull lover talks to Caroline Morahan about the outrage of 'gull-ism'
“The robin is a fictional bird”.