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Virginia International Logistics has used a truck powered by renewable gas to transport  processed beef from  Ballyjamesduff, Co Cavan, to Caen in northern France, a return trip of 1,121km

A Co Cavan company has become the first haulier to complete a “zero carbon” delivery to Europe using a lorry fuelled by renewable gas. Virginia Inter(...)

The Beef Plan Movement says it intends to hold ‘all stakeholders accountable to beef farmers’.

Beef processing is expected to be fully operational again later this week but there will be a need for additional marketing to rebuild business over t(...)

Farmers protesting outside the Dawn Meats plant at Grannagh on the Waterford/ Kilkenny border. File Photograph: PA

Pickets were lifted by beef farmers at another processing plant on Thursday raising further hopes that the nationwide dispute is edging towards a conc(...)

A garda speaks to independent farmers and supporters outside the Dawn Meats plant at Grannagh  last month. An action on behalf of Dawn Meats was struck out last Friday ahead of talks between parties.  Photo credit should read: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

High Court proceedings brought against several protesters outside a beef processing plant in Co Wexford have been struck out following an agreement be(...)

 Brendan Kelly, of Woodlawn Co Galway, is  handing over the family farm to his daughter for organic farming.

Brendan Kelly, whose family has farmed in Woodlawn in east Galway for generations, hopes that his successors will do so for years to come. But it will(...)

Aontú TD Peadar Tóibín, who interrupted High Court proceedings against a number of beef plant protesters  by claiming to make representations on their behalf, was told by a judge he had no right of audience in the court.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A TD, who interrupted High Court proceedings against a number of beef plant protesters today by claiming to make representations on their behalf, was (...)

Independent farmers and supporters outside the Dawn Meats plant at Grannagh on the Waterford/ Kilkenny border last week. A blockade of around a dozen meat plants is continuing on Monday.

A Chinese delegation visiting the Republic on a trade mission failed to gain access to a meat plant in Co Roscommon due to a blockade by farmers prote(...)

Before it was agreed that the pickets would be called off to facilitate talks, solicitors letters were issued to protestors at five processing plants, including a Kepak facility. Photograph: iStock

Meat processing giant Kepak issued High Court proceedings against the grassroots Beef Plan Movement as the meat industry faced off against protesters (...)

Irish steaks won a record of 75 medals at the World Steak Challenge, which was held in Dublin for the first time

An Irish steak has  been crowned the “World’s Best Fillet” at international steak competition in Dublin on Wednesday. The winning steak, from gra(...)

“There was a lot of interest in anything that could be broadly classified as infrastructure – energy, wind farms, telecoms.”

In what is perhaps an indication of the overall strength of the Irish economy, M&A activity was strong in almost every sector during the past year(...)

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