Government plans new year ban on sale of all smoky fuels
Coal, peat briquettes, sod turf and wet wood will all be targeted on a phased basis. The move comes amid ongoing concerns over the health effects of air pollution
A burning issue: how smoky fuels are adding to our pollution problems
Seemingly eradicated for good in Dublin 30 years ago, smog is back with a vengeance. What are the health implications in the age of Covid-19, and how can it be seen off a second time?
Government dismissed legal threats over smoky coal ban
Law firm Matheson wrote to Richard Bruton, the then environment minister, earlier this year threatening legal action if the ban was extended to 13 more towns