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Last year Carbery opened a new €78m mozzarella production plant at its Ballineen campus in west Cork. Photograph: Getty

Carbery Group, the Cork-based producer of Dubliner Cheese and Carbery Cracker, has acquired US-based flavour and ingredients supplier Innova Flavors f(...)

  Carbery is the first major food player here to enter into the global mozzarella market. Photograph: Giampiero Sposito/Reuters

Carbery Group, the Cork-based producer of Dubliner Cheese and Carbery Cracker, reported increased revenues of €460 million last year, 5.8 per cent up (...)

Phil Healy winning the women’s 200m final at the national track & field championships. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The problem with being Ireland’s fastest woman is that every time you race against Irish opposition you are expected to win. It’s not easy, and Phil H(...)

‘Like all processors, we are closely monitoring volatile dairy markets across the world,’ says Carbery chief executive Jason Hawkins

Carbery Group, the Cork-based producer of Dubliner Cheese, says the Covid-19 crisis has now overtaken Brexit as the chief threat to the Irish food ind(...)

 Cork ambulance staff James Hennessy and Olive Murphy were honoured at Farmleigh House  on Friday at the National Bravery Awards. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Olive Murphy felt unusually nervous the morning of Monday, October 16th, 2017 as she set off for her shift as an advanced paramedic on the roads of we(...)

The Carbery Group’s main plant in Ballineen in Co Cork. The group’s profit before tax rose from €24.2 million to €25.1 million last year.

The company behind Dubliner cheese has increased by €22 million the amount it intends to invest in its facilities as part of an ongoing diversificati(...)

Ann Gilmore closes the door for on the last day of business at the Post Office in Ballindine, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

The chief executive of An Post has said he is not attacking rural Ireland but is ensuring the viability of the company. “What we are doing is the opp(...)

British troops during the War of Independence in 1920. Photograph: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images

The old IRA disappeared almost four times as many people in Cork alone as the Provisional IRA did throughout the whole of the Troubles, new research c(...)

Participants in the ‘Leadership for Life’ conference at Maynooth University: standing from left, Karina Tropman, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, DeAlbert Shepherd, New York, Ashling Dunphy, Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary, and Callum Maxwell, Oldcastle, Co Meath; front row from left, Liadh Hennessy, Ballineen, Co Cork, Fergal Flood, Monaghan and Rebecca Battle, Enniscrone, Co Sligo. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

“The young people of today . . . ” is a sentence that rarely ends well. It usually signals a rant about teenagers’ obsession with technology, abuse o(...)

Darragh Hynes from Ratoath raised money for the St Francis Hospice in Dublin by holding a culture night in the village theatre. Photograph: Foróige

A 17-year-old student from Co Meath was named the overall national winner of the Aldi Foróige Citizenship Awards on Saturday for his project which rai(...)

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