The Story of Your Stuff competition combines creativity and science, giving students the chance to win €500 for themselves and €500 for their school, alongside a new Climate Topic Prize. This week we spoke to Dr Jonathan Derham, EPA Programme Manager.
♪ Music this week from Belgium and Portugal.♫
The president of the European Commission Ms Ursula Gertrud von der Leyen was speaking at a dinner in Dublin Castle attended by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and other senior Irish politicians. This week we featured an extract from her talk.
In a certain tradition, the journeyman years (Wanderjahre) are a time of travel for several years after completing apprenticeship as a craftsman.The tradition dates back to medieval times and is still alive in France and the German-speaking countries.Normally three years and one day is the minimum period of journeyman/woman. Crafts include roofing, metalworking, woodcarving, carpentry and joinery, and even millinery and musical instrument making/organ building.
This week “Europe Today” spoke to Janus Hoffman from Hamburg in Germany about this fascinating life style choice.
The Environmental Protection Agency has said it has repeatedly highlighted that the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant is failing to meet national and European Union treatment standards.
In a statement, the EPA said the plant is failing to meet these standards and failing to comply with the requirements of its wastewater discharge licence because the plant is not big enough to adequately treat all of the wastewater that it receives.
This week Europe Today spoke to Dublin/Wicklow artist Kathrina Shine about her wonderful work and how one of her paintings has gone missing in Amsterdam. We’re hoping one of our listeners can shed some light on this tale of intrigue. We also have a run down on some of the stories of European interest that have made the headlines here in Ireland.
♪ Music this week from Belgium.♫