Kerry co-op AGM sees proposals defeated
Pat O'Toole
The co-op AGM was the first since COVID-19, but the big issue for the co-op, whether to purchase some of all of Kerry Group’s Irish dairy business, barely featured.
1 June 2022 News
Sinn Féin farmer vote surge has room to grow
Fine Gael is haemorrhaging votes and needs to stop the bleeding, while Fianna Fail can't seem to heal the wounds of the last decade.
21 May 2022 Opinion
Opinion: Fine Gael fighting for the farming vote
The battle for the rural and farming vote is likely to heat up this summer, as an election became much more likely this week.
Tales from the Parish: the 12th Lancers of Dungarvan
Janine Kennedy speaks with historian and author of the website Irish Garrison Towns, Dr Aoife Bhreatnach, about an 1866 election day in Dungarvan which went very, very wrong.
23 February 2022 Features
NI climate bill in last chance saloon
It is vital that local politicians now come together and back an amendment that sets a separate target for biogenic methane.
23 February 2022 Opinion
ICSA suckler chair resigns ahead of February elections
The ICSA will hold an election to fill a number of leadership roles next month, including the suckler committee chair role now vacated by Gerard O’Brien.
25 January 2022 News
Five new IFA chairs announced
New chairs of the animal health, farm family, hill, poultry and potato committees have been appointed.
13 January 2022 News