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What the papers say - THE IRISH TIMES

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Residents of Derrybrien in County Galway have warned of further bog slides if work on the local £41.6M wind farm project continues. A report by the University of East London insists that thorough geotechnical investigations must be carried out before any more work is undertaken. Hibernian Wind Power, a subsidiary of Irish utility firm ESB, resumed work on the 60MW wind farm in August after works were halted by a major landslide a year ago.

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