# forestry - Today’s News
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# forestry - Wednesday 12 August, 2015
Vice-premier Choe Yong-gon has been executed by firing squad according to reports.
# forestry - Friday 24 October, 2014
EU leaders have agreed to cut emissions by 40 per cent on 1990 levels at a summit in Brussels overnight.
# forestry - Thursday 26 June, 2014
David Gunning received a total package of €195,000 for 2013 when all payments are taken into account.
# forestry - Tuesday 28 January, 2014
What’s going on in Leinster House? Well, you asked…
# forestry - Wednesday 18 December, 2013
There has been an increase in the private forestry estate of 4 per cent in the last six years.
# forestry - Tuesday 19 November, 2013
The agency is set to merge with Bord na Mona instead of its harvesting rights being sold off.
# forestry - Sunday 11 August, 2013
The Leaf project has been working for the last three years to get communities in the county working together on all aspects of sustainable development.
# forestry - Friday 1 March, 2013
The chopping, fudging and importing of illegally harvested timber is likely to continue; and a holistic solution to sustainable forestry management is still a long way off, writes Dermot McNally.
# forestry - Wednesday 27 February, 2013
Minister Simon Coveney said he was “pleased” with the progress being made to control the disease.
# forestry - Tuesday 22 January, 2013
The Cork-based company specialises in technology that improves the efficiency of forestry.
# forestry - Friday 4 January, 2013
The forestry exported to a record 32 countries last year, including Bahrain, Lebanon, Mexico and South Africa.
# forestry - Monday 10 September, 2012
The Irish Forestry and Forest Products Association has said that planting of new forests fell by 20 per cent between 2010 and 2011.
# forestry - Sunday 27 November, 2011
The Taoiseach singled out David Gunning for criticism in his speech at the Fine Gael Presidential Dinner last night.
# forestry - Tuesday 7 December, 2010
Expert believes focusing on employee numbers won’t necessarily make new businesses a success.