Category Archives: Save Newgrange

Evening Herald: Tomb discovery sparks ‘national monument’ calls

Tomb discovery sparks ‘national monument’ calls The Evening Herald | 10 September 2013 ARCHAEOLOGISTS who discovered a new passage tomb near Newgrange want it declared a national monument. Using light detection and ranging imaging known as LiDAR, an underground passageway … Continue reading

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Meath Chronicle: ‘Tara Watch group pays tribute to poet Heaney’ & other interesting stories

The Meath Chronicle has a number of interesting items relating to the Hill of Tara and the M3 motorway, this week, as well as other reports on significant new archaeological discoveries at Brú na Bóinne, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Hill … Continue reading

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Irish Times – Lorry ban sought as plan for Slane bypass rejected

Lorry ban sought as plan for Slane bypass rejected The Irish Times – Thursday, March 8, 2012 A BYPASS of Slane village is unlikely to be built for at least a decade following yesterday’s refusal of planning approval by An … Continue reading

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