Disappointment as Senators fail to vote for amendments to Heritage Bill


The Irish Wildlife Trust has expressed their disappointment after proposed amendments to the Heritage Bill failed to be voted for by Senators.

The IWT suggested the removal of or changes to the Bill which proposes needless changes to the dates during which hedge-cutting and the burning of upland vegetation can take place.

Padraic Fogarty is IWT's Campaign Officer and he says that is it unclear why changes are needed and that these changes will have a resounding impact on wildlife in Donegal ...