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Will the cabinet reshuffle see McConalogue move?
The Dealer
With a change of Taoiseach, there will be some form of Government reshuffle. It's guesswork after that, I'm afraid.
28 October 2022 News
More women's participation in farming ‘vital’ - Taoiseach
The Government is showing its support for female farmers through the new CAP, according to an Taoiseach Micheál Martin.
27 October 2022 News
‘Anything to do with food production’ exempt from sanctions - Taoiseach
An Taoiseach Micheál Martin stated that “anything” involved in the production of food is exempt from EU's sanctions on Russia.
Young farmers will deliver environmental obligations - Macra
Macra has said that investment in supports to enable improved generational renewal on farms will be key to delivering the Food Vision 2030 strategy.
13 October 2022 News
Ireland’s agri-food sector at a crossroads – Taoiseach
We have to reduce emissions and adapt to climate change, it is unavoidable, An Taoiseach Michéal Martin has said.
13 October 2022 News
Ploughing 2022: rain in the morning to clear to sunshine for day three
Some 115,500 people attended day two of the National Ploughing Championships, a new record daily attendance for organisers.
22 September 2022 News
Will someone please tell the Government that the power's off?
Energy has hardly been out of the news since Putin invaded Ukraine.
24 August 2022 News
Taoiseach’s chew on beef jerky builds goodwill in Japan
At a meeting organised by Bord Bia, An Taoiseach Micheál Martin met Japanese beef importers and chomped down on their jerky.
10 August 2022 News
Taoiseach releases white-tailed eagle chicks in Kerry
The latest effort to re-establish the native white-tailed eagle in Ireland will see 16 chicks released across Munster over the coming weeks.
5 August 2022 News