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From TheJournal.ie Royal Mail asks people to stop posting their empty crisp packets without an envelope Packet In

Royal Mail asks people to stop posting their empty crisp packets without an envelope

People have been posting their empty crisp packets to Walkers to get them to stop using non-recyclable packaging.

Which Cheese & Onion Crisp Are You?

Would you rather be Tayto or King? Or neither?

From TheJournal.ie Walkers rescued after being surrounded by rising tide Sandymount Strand

Walkers rescued after being surrounded by rising tide

The water became waist deep.

From TheJournal.ie Someone tried to kill these Peregrine Falcons by feeding them poisoned pigeons Lucky Escape

Someone tried to kill these Peregrine Falcons by feeding them poisoned pigeons

It is believed that someone made a deliberate attempt to kill the birds – the public is being asked to help protect the peregrines.

From TheJournal.ie Mountain rescue teams attend 100th callout this year Mountain Rescue

Mountain rescue teams attend 100th callout this year

Some 192 people have been assisted by the teams in 2013 and there have been six fatalities.

From TheJournal.ie Search resumes for missing walker in Mayo Missing Walker

Search resumes for missing walker in Mayo

The 38-year-old has been missing on Mweelrea mountain since yesterday.

A definitive ranking of Irish crisps, from worst to best

What’s the best crisp in Ireland? We have a final answer.

From TheJournal.ie Revealed: The top 10 biggest selling brands in the Irish grocery market Groceries This post contains images

Revealed: The top 10 biggest selling brands in the Irish grocery market

The annual list of the top 100 brands in the Irish grocery market has been revealed by Checkout magazine.