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Tim Cullinan is hoisted shoulder high at the Castleknock Hotel count centre  being elected  the 16th IFA president . Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

The new president-elect of the Irish Farmers’ Association has promised that securing improved beef prices for farmers will be his number-one priority.(...)

Samsung’s Gear Sport watch is a waterproof fitness tracker able to record record swimming sessions with the preloaded Speedo On app. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

When 1980s pop legends Yello took to the open-air stage on Thursday at Berlin’s IFA, Europe’s largest tech fair, the mood was very much in tune with t(...)

Photograph: Reuters

Fears of a milk price war sparked protests by dairy farmers from across Ireland in Co Laois on Wednesday. Irish Farmers Association (IFA) milk produ(...)

According to industry sources, Vodafone was angered by the timing of the Irish Farmers’ Association’s decision to back Eir’s bid for the National Broadband Plan. Photograph: Alan Betson

Vodafone is understood to be furious at the decision of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) to back Eir’s bid for the National Broadband Plan (NBP). (...)

Ireland is the second most expensive country in Europe in which to buy potatoes, according to an EU study.

Ireland is the second most expensive country in Europe in which to buy potatoes and the third-dearest country for eggs, milk and cheese, according to (...)

Newly elected IFA president Joe Healy celebrates with his family. Photograph: Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Newly elected president of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) Joe Healy has pledged to rebuild trust within the organisation following a string of d(...)

Former  IFA president Eddie Downey. File Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The deputy president of the Irish Farmers’ Association and an official centrally involved in exposing issues over pay and pensions at the organisation(...)

IFA president Eddie Downey claims he only discovered the extent of the general secretary’s remuneration 24 hours prior to his resignation. Photograph: David Sleator/Irish Times

The president of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) Eddie Downey is to step back from his role while its former chief economist Con Lucey carries(...)

Pat Smith was forced to resign  because of the controversy over his remuneration.  Photograph: Eric Luke/Irish Times

The former head of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) Pat Smith received a salary of €535,000 in 2013, the organisation has revealed. Mr Smith resi(...)

The State’s dairy industry faces a once-off opportunity following the end of the milk quota system, but volatility within the sector remains a concern. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The dairy industry is facing into a once-off opportunity, with the shackles imposed by the milk quota system, in place since 1984, being removed and m(...)

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