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GO WILD IN THE MOUNTAINS
Amii McKeever
WIN a night in the Comeragh Glamping Pods and tickets to see Mary Coughlan at the Comeragh Wild Festival July 8 2022.
1 June 2022 Features
‘I don’t know any other life, other than being involved in theatre’
Ger Canning directed Co Waterford’s Ballyduff Drama Group to a huge win recently. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue, she discusses her lifelong passion for theatre.
27 May 2022 Features
Weekend walks: making the most of good weather
With good weather given down for the weekend, it’s time to get those walking shoes on.
Farms in Kilkenny have highest output in Ireland
Location, age, gender and farm type all had an impact on the standard output of Irish farms in 2020.
26 May 2022 News
72ac farm in Waterford with nice house
The spacious house is in the centre of the land and accessed by a 300m roadway.
18 May 2022 Property
Flahavan’s – self-sufficient, sustainable and to be celebrated
Siobhan Walsh and Stephen Robb recently visited Flahavan’s Mill, where they learned of the sustainability measures implemented by the company over the years.
18 May 2022 News
Woodturning a 1963 Fordson Super Dexta tractor
Woodturner Tom Larkin made his first lathe in college. Now, from unusual items to rocking horses and tractors, he turns his hand to all sorts. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
11 May 2022 Features
72ac farm with sheds in north Waterford
The land is outside Carrick-on-Suir on the R676 and is for sale by private treaty.
4 May 2022 Property
Meath and Waterford IFA put forward motions to review pay increases
The pay increases announced last month within the IFA have caused some upset in Meath and Waterford IFA camps. Barry Murphy and Rachel Donovan report.
4 May 2022 News
Waterford close the gap, but Limerick are still the favourites
While Limerick still have to be the All-Ireland favourites, Waterford have shown that they are not far off, writes Denis Hurley.
27 April 2022 Sport
Arrabawn AGM hears of higher profits
Turnover and profit increase while debt is lowered at Arrabawn as investment future-proofs the business, according to CEO.
27 April 2022 News
From haggling in Glanbia Kilmeaden to running 5k in every county in 72 hours
Gabrielle Power does a lot of running, from running marathons to running the Kilmeaden branch of Glanbia Agribusiness, and now she is going to run Ireland. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
27 April 2022 Features