Michael Creed

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Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan said most Fine Gael Cabinet members, including Taoiseach Enda Kenny, will visit the United Kingdom between now and June 23rd to emphasise  that the UK staying within the EU would be good for it and also good for Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

The Irish and British governments have scheduled a high- level meeting for the week after Britain’s EU referendum to discuss the consequences of the (...)

Henry Corbally, chairman,  and Siobhán Talbot, managing director of Glanbia: the Glanbia Advance Payment (Gap) scheme was described by the company as a “dynamic volatility measure”. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Glanbia has established a new €55 million advance payment scheme, offering interest-free cashflow support to suppliers in periods when milk and grain(...)

Jarlsberg cheese is similar to Swiss Emmental. Image: iStock

Norway’s largest dairy co-op, Tine, has announced to plans to shift its production of Jarlsberg cheese to one of the three Dairygold sites in Co Cork.(...)

Even at a basic financial level – which is how you have to talk to Fine Gael – why won’t the Government prioritise the capital, when Dublin is the driving force of the economy? File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

When a rake of new junior ministers were announced last week – the second-highest ever number in the history of the State – there was a glaring omissi(...)

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald, Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan and Sgt Maurice McCabe. The Minister stressed she and her department had no involvement in the Garda Commissioner’s approach to the commission of inquiry. Photograph: Composite: Collins/The Irish Times

The political pressure on Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan and Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald over the fallout from the O’Higgins report(...)

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed: Called for the European Commission to allow the deferral of super-levy liability payments by farmers. Photograph: The Irish Times

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has called for measures to address the crisis in the dairy sector at meeting of European Union agriculture mini(...)

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan is expected to be brought before the Oireachtas justice committee to answer questions on the fallout from the O’Higgins report into alleged Garda malpractice. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan is expected to be brought before the Oireachtas justice committee to answer questions on the fallout from the O’H(...)

George Osborne: Brexit referendum had already delayed investment. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

The faces may have changed but the challenges remain the same. The new members of the Cabinet have received their seals of office, but the chosen ones(...)

Chief executive at Kerry Group Stan McCarthy:  He is to resign as head of the group’s co-operative arm amid the company’s ongoing row with suppliers over price. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With no sign of an upturn in milk prices, the State’s leading dairy lobby group has called for a cut in output – a move that would have been unthinkab(...)

New chief whip Regina Doherty speaking at the launch of Fine Gael’s Oireachtas Reform Programme at the Dáil last March, with party members Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, Eoghan Murphy  and David Stanton. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

At least 10 of the ministers of State to be named in coming days will not have held office before. The Cabinet is expected to approve the full comp(...)

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