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 Caroline Dargan pictured leaving the Four Courts after she settled a High Court action for damages against her former employer on undisclosed terms. Photograph: Collins Courts

A catering assistant who claimed she was bullied and sexually harassed by her chef/manager has settled a High Court action for damages against her for(...)

Leonie Lynch, founder of Juspy: “Just as an infant formula claims to contain everything a baby needs to stay healthy, I wanted a similar solution for mothers – a magic bullet that was quick and easy to consume.”
New Innovator: Juspy

After the birth of her first child, Leonie Lynch was feeling like many new mums – exhausted. She was so busy making sure her baby was properly nourish(...)

The National Farm Survey found in 2017, the average income on dairy farms was €86,000, compared to €52,000 in 2016. File photograph: Getty Images

Dairy farming is by some way the most profitable agricultural activity in the State with average incomes hitting a record €86,115 last year on foot of(...)

Ireland is currently spending about 1.3 to 1.5 per cent of GDP on R&D compared to an EU average of 2.03 per cent. Photograph: iStock

“Ireland’s future economic growth and prosperity will depend in very large measure on our continued investment in research, development and innovation(...)

When it comes to research and development, Ireland is investing less than the EU average. Photograph: iStock

When it comes to research and development, Ireland is investing less than the EU average. And yet many sectors are forging ahead with R&D. So who (...)

Experts from 24 countries are due to attend the Bull Fertility – Theory to Practice conference, running from May 27 - 30th. Photograph: Getty Images

More than 200 experts from 24 countries around the world will gather in Westport next month for a major international conference on an issue which cou(...)

One paper at the British Society of Animal Science conference noted that even small changes to the feeding regimes of new-born calves can result in significant benefits to their gastrointestinal tract.

More than 500 scientists, vets, policymakers and farmers from around the world gathered in Croke Park last week to discuss the challenges and opportun(...)

An emergency fodder delivery arrives from the UK to the Dairygold Co-Op in Ballymakeera, Co Cork. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

There is no alternative hardy versatile crop that Irish farmers could grow to withstand a fodder crisis caused by a long winter and a cold, wet spring(...)

Pat Murray of Knocknagapple, Monaseed, Co Wexford is one of many farmers nationwide who are experiencing a fodder crisis and finding it difficult to feed their livestock. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

For most people at the frontline of Irish farming, it has been the worst of times – a horrible “seven-month winter” with little sign that the warming (...)

Pat Murray, of Knocknagapple, Monaseed, Co Wexford is one of the many farmers finding it difficult to feed their livestock. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

The fodder crisis affecting farmers has worsened in recent days, so much so there is insufficient fodder of the necessary quality in the country to re(...)

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