Organisation: Co Meath
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
TODAY we have not only a taste test but also a bake test. We looked for the best cake mixes to see if they were worthwhile compared to baking from scratch.
Fri, 21 Sep, 2018
A 23-year-old man who suffered a severe injury playing five-a-side football and later had to have most of his middle finger amputated has been awarded €145,000 by the High Court.
Fri, 20 Jan, 2017
More than €1.6bn was paid to over 130,000 Irish farmers last year under a variety of EU agriculture schemes, writes
Mon, 10 Oct, 2016
Thu, 15 Sep, 2016
Sat, 28 May, 2016
Commercialisation of the potentially lucrative Spanish mineral mine being developed by Co Meath-based prospecting firm, Ormonde Mining, is likely to be delayed until next year.
Thu, 26 May, 2016
There has been widespread surprise at the selection of Enda Kenny’s junior ministers with a number of high-profile TDs losing out.
Sat, 21 May, 2016
A Co Meath insurance broker who carried out a €109,000 life insurance fraud has been ordered to perform 240 hours unpaid work in the community in addition to a four-year suspended sentence.
Tue, 08 Dec, 2015
Wedding fairs, foodie fun, Rockathon 2015 and International Explorers Film Festival and Awards. There’s plenty to look forward to for the week ahead.
Sat, 05 Sep, 2015
Commissioning of Ormonde Mining’s flagship Barruecopardo tungsten project, in western Spain, is targeted for the end of next year.
Tue, 23 Jun, 2015
In publican speak, they’re the ‘lost generation’ — younger people who have forsaken the traditional pub for the nightclub or home-drinking, as well as the tens of thousands that have emigrated.
Wed, 13 May, 2015
Housebuilding group Abbey says it is concerned over State intervention in its sector in its core markets of Britain and Ireland and has urged both countries’ governments to sell more land to private developers.
Sat, 06 Dec, 2014
Heroin, tablets and cannabis with a total value of approximately €700,000 have been seized by Co Meath, it has emerged.
Fri, 19 Sep, 2014
Noel Meade is set to make plans for the Kerry National nearer to the big Listowel event.
Mon, 08 Sep, 2014
Bobby Browne is nothing short of a legend at Laytown and Bettystown and the 71-year old PGA professional was beaming on Saturday as the ladies claimed the AIG Senior Cup for only the second time in the club’s 105-year history — 26 years after their breakthrough win in 1988 — with victory over a youthful Killarney.
Tue, 19 Aug, 2014
Luxury chocolate maker, Lir Chocolates is on course to record a 47% jump in profits to €420,000 in its current financial year.
Fri, 13 Dec, 2013
Just under €22.62m worth of tax settlements were paid to Revenue during the second quarter of the year; a rise of just over 10% on the preceding three months.
Wed, 11 Sep, 2013
The titanic minutes of the Irish Tug of War championships in broiling Corofin on the edge of the Burren yesterday came when the two top Irish teams eventually qualified to meet in the final.
Mon, 15 Jul, 2013
Trust has become a key ingredient in food production in Ireland, according to the Irish Food Writers’ Guild.
Wed, 27 Feb, 2013
Irish mineral exploration company, Ormonde Mining has raised £1.4m (€1.7m) in fresh funding via a new share placing.
Wed, 05 Dec, 2012
A string of top awards at last week’s Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show pointed to a revival of sport horse breeding in Munster.
Thu, 23 Aug, 2012
They look lovely and last so long — well looked after dairy show cows come up shining year after year, with top winners from 2010 taking the red rosettes again last Sunday at Tullamore Show.
Thu, 16 Aug, 2012
A Co Meath housewife has won a GAA club lottery on the direction of a judge.
Thu, 28 Jun, 2012
A trip to Aintree is one of several options open to Rathlin, who has delighted trainer Mouse Morris by finally showing his true ability over fences.
Tue, 28 Feb, 2012
IRISH housebuilding group, Abbey has reported a near €2 million year-on-year drop in first-half profits, due mainly to a decline in its best performing British-based division.
Fri, 09 Dec, 2011
WHEREAS Tramore have captured the Barton Shield on three occasions, Mitchelstown were contesting the national finals of any competition when they took on Ballina in the semi-final of the Irish Junior Cup at Castlerock, Co Derry, yesterday.
Thu, 15 Sep, 2011
FOUR years ago, I spoke to Co Meath organic operator Des Crinion about his business.
Thu, 15 Sep, 2011
THE tail-end of Hurricane Katia has made the practice rounds for the Chartis Irish Cups and Shields finals at Castlerock, Co Derry over the past few days more a test of stamina than skill, although it is confidently expected calm will have been restored when the festival gets under way today with the semi-finals of both the Barton Shield and Irish Junior Cup.
Wed, 14 Sep, 2011
GOLF is one of the most individualistic if not the most selfish of sporting activities.
Tue, 13 Sep, 2011
Sat, 05 Feb, 2011
CAPTAIN CEE BEE, is set to return to Punchestown for his next start in the John Durkan Memorial Chase.
Wed, 24 Nov, 2010
LARGE numbers of people opposed to Green Party legislation on field sports are expected to take part in a public protest at the party’s national conference in Waterford city this weekend.
Thu, 25 Mar, 2010
IRISH housebuilding group Abbey has said that its prospects remain dull, even after a good first half which saw a year-on-year swing from loss to profit.
Sat, 05 Dec, 2009
CHARLES BYRNES fears Binocular will be a major stumbling block to Solwhit, who is unbeaten in 2009 and is fresh from claiming the scalps of Muirhead and Hurricane Fly in the Punchestown Hurdle two weeks ago, in the WBX.COM Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle today.
Sat, 28 Nov, 2009
Noel Meade could still run Casey Jones in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal on Saturday despite having a couple of concerns.
Thu, 05 Nov, 2009
Laytown and Bettystown's Robbie Cannon captured his first amateur major when he beat Cork's Gary O'Flaherty 4 and 3 in the final of the South of Ireland Amateur Open at Lahinch today.
Wed, 29 Jul, 2009
Co Meath experienced the largest proportional increase in the number of people on the Live Register last month, according to the CSO.
Fri, 06 Feb, 2009
Lucan's Richard O'Donovan recorded a fine opening round of 70 to lead after day one of the Irish Boys Amateur Close Championship at Portumna Golf Club.
Wed, 20 Aug, 2008
A WILLOW processing unit being built at Balrath, Co Meath, will require 250 hectares of willow for harvesting each year, for which about €60 per tonne (dried) will be offered.
Thu, 19 Jun, 2008
QUALITY is the gateway to winning and keeping consumer confidence, Glanbia chairman Michael Walsh declared in Kilkenny yesterday.
Wed, 28 Nov, 2007
Timoney Technology of Co Meath has signed a contract worth an estimated €1 million with global truck manufacturer Terex.
Fri, 20 Apr, 2007
Two double clear rounds in the warm evening air of Florida helped Ireland to a second place in its first Nations Cup of the year in Wellington last night.
Sat, 10 Mar, 2007
BOOMING demand for fake blood, joke teeth and witches’ hats is making Hallowe’en a serious rival to Easter and St Valentine’s Day, shopkeepers said last night.
Sat, 28 Oct, 2006