Johnny Lynch

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 Castleknock College: The alumni group of the fee-paying west Dublin school apologised for forwarding the email to its members, which it said was a “human error”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Castleknock College past pupils union accidentally forwarded an email from a former student, accusing a priest who previously worked in the school of (...)

Buffaloes from Johnny Lynch’s farm. File photograph: The Irish Times

Ireland’s first mart sale of buffaloes has attracted huge interest with more than 2,000 farmers expressing an interest in bidding on them. The eight(...)

The german supermarkets were initially greeted with a mix of suspicion and confusion, which gradually gave way to acceptance, all while changing th(...)

Lisnagarvey took a huge step towards the EY Hockey League title with a victory over Glenanne. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

While Lisnagarvey look to have sewn up the men’s EY Hockey League title, the major intrigue surrounds the bottom end of the table after Cork C of I sn(...)

Johnny Lynch: the man and one of the beasts behind Macroom Mozzarella.

When Johnny Lynch decided to replace his herd of dairy cows in 2009 with 31 water buffalo calves that he found for sale on a farm in Italy, his neighb(...)

Giles Hurley, head of Aldi Ireland, is particularly excited by Aldi’s chilled fish section. Sales of the scaly stuff are almost two and a half times what they were two years ago. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Sallynoggin, the blue-collar south Dublin suburb, isn’t overloaded with claims to fame. But it has its charms: an Aslan gig at the Noggin Inn, for ex(...)

Toby Simmonds (left) and Johnny Lynch of Toonsbridge Dairy buffalo mozzarella business.

Macroom-based Toonsbridge Dairy was set up by Toby Simmonds of the Real Olive Company and dairy farmer, Johnny Lynch, to produce fresh mozzarel(...)