Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney: welcomed the news

Ireland was one of only five countries where no beef products tested positive for horse DNA in an EU-wide programme of (...)

You might expect that if Ireland was to get over €11 billion from somewhere it would be(...)

Fire service personnel at the scene of a gorse and forestry fire near Connolly in Co Clare yesterday. Photograph: Pat Flynn/Press 22

Fire crews in the west were continuing to battle outbreaks of gorse fires in several locations yesterday. As the prolonged dry spell left(...)

Three months after the horsemeat controversy gripped the Continent, beef exports here have increased by nearly 10 per cent alongside a surge in(...)

Colin Gleeson State agencies last night came in for heavy criticism from communities around the country after widespread flooding caused (...)

Young heifers on a farm in  Co Kildare. Photograph: Frank Miller 23.6.05

There has been considerable media coverage of the agreement reached by the Council of Agriculture Ministers in Brussels this week and its possi(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney

Suzanne Lynch in Brussels European agriculture ministers are meeting in Brussels today in a bid to reach agreement on the reform of the (...)

Farmers protest outside Dublin Castle this morning. Photograph: Genevieve Carbery

GENEVIEVE CARBERY No country, including Ireland, would get everything it wanted in reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (Cap), Simon (...)

Farmers angry about planned reforms of the CAP being negotiated by Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney are planning to protest in Dublin tomorrow. Photograph:  Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Farmers angry at proposed reforms of the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will descend on Dublin tomorrow to coincide with the vis(...)

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