There is a new Rathkeale emerging from behind the headlines created by the infamous Rathkeale Rovers gang. One community worker has a vision of one community with two cultures — and it’s working.talks to those working on the ground to create a better image for the town by building bridges between the settled and Traveller communities
Irish farmers will have to prepare for a future with fewer small holdings and greater diversification away from beef and dairy as the country comes under growing pressure to tackle the causes of climate change, a minister has warned.
Malawi, “the warm heart of Africa”, ranks in the bottom 15 of the United Nation’s human development index. A huge proportion of its nearly 17m population live in poverty, infant mortality is extremely high, and life expectancy is low.
Labour’s Seán Sherlock, Minister for Development, Trade Promotion, and North-South Co-operation, Corkman Mike Foott and Aubrey Belford look at the impact of the tsunami disaster of 2004 which devastated parts of Asia.