# gm - Today’s News
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# gm - Monday 14 July, 2014
Kevin Thornton has warned that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership could lead to the introduction of genetically-modified foods here. The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said that GM foods are safe to eat.
# gm - Sunday 13 July, 2014
# gm - Wednesday 3 April, 2013
The rise is returning the stock markets to levels not seen since before the global financial crisis.
# gm - Wednesday 19 September, 2012
Rats developed tumours after taking Monsanto’s genetically modified corn.
# gm - Tuesday 28 August, 2012
Green Party Councillor Malcolm Noonan explained the reasoning behind the legal challenge, which involves a number of Irish food producers and organic groups.
# gm - Thursday 23 August, 2012
Genetically modified crops aren’t just a matter for scientists – their use says something about big corporations and the rest of us, writes Fergal Anderson.
# gm - Thursday 26 July, 2012
The Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to allow Teagasc carry out experimental field research in Carlow.
# gm - Saturday 30 June, 2012
And what should potato-growers do in response? TheJournal.ie takes a look…
# gm - Wednesday 16 May, 2012
The auto maker says it will no longer be shelling out for paid ads on the social networking site.
The nine stories you need to know about this morning, including: Occupy Galway camp dismantled, a new Mission to Prey court case, and why one company won’t advertise on Facebook anymore…
# gm - Sunday 4 March, 2012
We take a closer look at a proposal to start trials on genetically modified potato crops in Ireland – and the hopes, fears and challenges associated with GM foods.
# gm - Tuesday 28 February, 2012
The Agriculture and Food Development Authority, Teagasc, is seeking a licence to grow GM potatoes in order to examine the potential impact on Irish ecosystems.
# gm - Tuesday 3 January, 2012
‘Re-civilise’ a black person! Help fix your girlfriend’s PMS! Smash a toy baby against a wall! …or not.