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Malachy Duggan with his two-year-old daughter Easkey with the trampoline that appeared in their back garden in Knocknacarra, Galway. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

The storm which battered the west and south coasts reached category one hurricane status in Galway harbour early yesterday.Peak wind speeds of 73 knot(...)

Members ofthe IFA protest over supermarket pricing in Dunnes Stores, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Farmers staged a street protest in Dublin today against supermarkets selling vegetables very cheaply. A group of farmers marched into Dunnes Stores in(...)

The counting of votes to determine who will be the 14th president of the Irish Farmers Association has begun at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin.  Photograph: Karen Morgan.

The counting of votes to determine who will be the 14th president of the Irish Farmers Association has begun at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin. The o(...)

 Jer Bergin

The counting of votes in the Irish Farmers Association’s presidential election will begin in Castleknock, Dublin, this morning, and a result is expect(...)

Sun shines over Toyko. Today, Japan’s urban population accounts for more than 90% of the total population and agriculture is only 1% of its economic activity. Photograph: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

The reopening of the Japanese market to Irish beef is a shot in the arm for the beef industry and comes after years of talks between the Department of(...)

The report has suggested several changes and additions to the climate action legislation, which is being sponsored by Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan.   Photograph: Eric Luke

The independent body scrutinising Government performance in meeting climate change obligations must be as robust as the Fiscal Advisory Council, a (...)

Mmmm, sausages... But are they as Irish as they profess to be?

Some bacon producers have been accused by the Irish Farmers Association of confusing consumers by using labels that suggest they are using Irish pigme(...)

The Government has been urged to take action to protect the live cattle export industry, as a receiver continues working to establish the extent of TLT International’s liabilities.

The Government has been urged to take action to protect the live cattle export industry, as a receiver continues working to establish the extent of TL(...)

Joe Murphy left, Sligo County Council, and solicitor Dermot Hewson speaking to reporters outside the Supreme Court  yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The owners of Lissadell estate have been urged to reopen the historic property to the public following yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling in their favou(...)

The  Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine is concerned that  below cost selling of staples such as bread and milk is driving primary producers out of business. Photograph: Getty

Major retailers will be prevented from using the Republic as a secret “honey pot” and forced to reveal how much money they make in the Republic, if re(...)

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