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Irish Times

Construction of a 120m tall stainless steel spire began on site this week following a ceremony performed by Irish Prime Minister, Bertie Ahern.

The Monument of Light in Dublin will be erected by the end of September where Nelson's Pillar once stood.

Pioneer of most of Ireland's local authority waste management plans, PJ Rudden, was last week named as the University College Dublin Engineering Graduates Association's 'Distinguished Graduate'.

In an attempt to reduce road deaths, Irish MPs last week called for pedestrians to wear reflective gear after dark when on public roads.

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