Tue, 05 May, 2020
The Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) has said the imposition of tariffs as outlined by UK proposals in a no-deal Brexit would put Irish farmers in a “vulnerable position”, threatening the Irish beef sector and seriously damaging the country’s agri-food exports.
Thu, 14 Mar, 2019
I was adamant that I was not going to be one of those writers who constantly drones on about their ‘process’ — don’t mind me, I don’t have any notions! I promise! — but when I made the decision to take this summer to refill the creative well before starting a new book in the autumn, I found myself becoming the very thing which I despise. (I’m so sorry.)
Sat, 04 Aug, 2018
A Distinguished Service Medal (DSM) was presented to a naval service officer for “bravery which went above and beyond the call of duty” when he led a boarding party onto a drug-running yacht during atrocious weather.
Sat, 03 Feb, 2018
CHILDREN build sandcastles. Hillwalkers leave rock cairns to aid fellow walkers or to stand testament to their passing. The religious or the superstitious tie rags to trees at holy sites. It seems, then, that a human desire to make a mark on the landscape is innate and ancient.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2017
There are more than 3,800 property millionaires around the country, south Co Dublin is the most expensive market in the country, and the priciest house sold so far this year was on Shrewsbury Road in the capital. It cost a cool €8.4m.
Tue, 18 Jul, 2017
Mon, 25 Apr, 2016
Is the Wild Atlantic Way holding sway over Bantry town, lifting its hotels before it? The selling agents of the Maritime Hotel, developed at a reported cost of €30m and now offered at just €1.5m, expect so, such is the pace of change on the West Cork town’s accommodation front.
Thu, 24 Sep, 2015
A group of cyclists — including RTÉ’s southern editor Paschal Sheehy — will today set out on a gruelling 1,000km trip from Cork to Geneva to raise awareness about the importance of blood donation.
Tue, 09 Jun, 2015