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# ireland 2029

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Almost 250 years after the last native wolf was killed, is Ireland ready for the debate about bringing them back?
'The returns are huge if we can do this': The need for a world-class public transport system in Ireland
'Not just for commuters, for everybody': Should Ireland start over with its public transport system?
Could Ireland build an Olympic medals powerhouse?
'It's the peak, the pinnacle': What's stopping Ireland from taking home more Olympic medals?
Could bringing wolves back to Ireland benefit our environment - and boost our economy?
'It's definitely possible to build a league, but not in the current state. Not as we are'.
‘Now's the time to do it’: Could Ireland build the world’s most successful women’s soccer league?
'Can we get away from plastics? No. Can we use plastics better? Yes.'
'We need to leave the throwaway culture behind': Could Ireland really go plastic free by 2029?
What would change if the government gave everyone in Ireland €200 a week?
Could a €200-per-week basic income make Irish people happier - and more motivated?
Only three in 10 of us get 'enough' sleep, so how can we improve this?
'Wake no later than 7.30am, seven days a week': Could 'sleep training' make Ireland more productive?
'The kid who's helping others, is not the kid who's terrorising their neighbour'
Should volunteering be mandatory for Irish teens? Here's what young people think of the idea
Should Dublin get a high-rise skyline? Maybe, but not to solve the housing crisis
'Building upward has a knock-on effect': Could a high-rise skyline make Dublin more liveable?
It could make people happier and healthier - but would a four-day week work in Ireland?
'Employees will work smarter, not longer': Is Ireland ready for a four-day working week?