IWT is calling on the government to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency following the publication of the latest UN report

The Irish Wildlife Trust is calling on the government to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency following the publication of the latest UN report to warn of catastrophic consequences for humanity in the face of global mass extinction. Biodiversity loss has impacted Ireland worse than most countries with 120 species documented as having gone extinct […]

Tusla launches National Child and Family Support Week 2019 in Tipperary

Events taking place from May 13th – 19th to raise awareness about Tusla support services Tusla – Child and Family Agency has launched National Child and Family Support Week 2019 to promote and celebrate the support services that Tusla provides to parents, children, young people and communities right across Ireland. National Child and Family Support Week 2019 […]

Get Walking, Get Talking – Forest Walks In Support Of Green Ribbon Campaign

IFA President Joe Healy has encouraged farm families to attend and support ‘Let’s Talk and Walk’ forest walks organised by IFA in partnership with See Change, Coillte, and Mental Health Ireland in support of the Green Ribbon campaign for the month of May.   Nine walks have been organised in venues throughout the country during […]

Stamina Thursday of the Punchestown Festival is a real crowd pleaser!

A great day’s racing was had by all at the Punchestown Festival on Thursdahy as crowds thronged to the Kildare venue for day three of the action-packed five-day festival! Attendance: 2019   20,756 2018   20,204 Difference +552 Racing Highlights: The Ladbrokes Champion Stayers Hurdle Won in great style by English raider Unowhatimeanharry trained by Harry […]

Two Master Printmakers exhibit at Damer House Gallery, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

Damer House Gallery is very proud to be hosting Master Printmakers, Alice Hanratty and Michael Kane, two Titans of Irish art, whose works have represented Ireland on the International stage since the 1970’s.  As famous for their gloriously coloured paintings as well as their prints, the gallery is delighted they are showing a variety of […]

Finalists announced for inaugural Energia Family Business Awards

Irish businesses old and new to be celebrated at prestigious ceremony The finalists have been announced for this year’s Energia Family Business Awards. The ceremony which is the first of its kind in Ireland celebrates successful generations who work together. The Energia Family Business Awards take place on the 24th May 2019 in the Round […]

Offaly-based Donnacha Hurley among EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists

The 24 finalists of the 2019 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Ireland programme have been revealed today. Collectively, the finalists employ more than 13,000 people and generate annual revenues of almost €1.2bn. The finalists will compete across three categories – Emerging, Industry and International, with one winner being named The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ […]

Edenderry now a firm favourite for boaters as thousands attended the Harbour Festival

Thousands flocked to Edenderry over the glorious Easter weekend to welcome the canal boats back to Edenderry. Oisin Feery, who won Gold and Bronze medals at the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi 2019 in March led the boats into the harbour under a spectacular fire arch created by the local fire station in […]

IFA Campaign Against AIB Loan Sales

The IFA has committed to a sustained campaign against AIB’s proposal to include certain farmer loans as part of its recently announced loan sale.   Speaking as part of a group of IFA members outside the AIB AGM in Dublin, IFA’s Farm Business Chairman Martin Stapleton said, “It is wrong that AIB would sell these loans […]

Too Eggstravagant? Over a fifth of Irish residents feel they buy too many Easter eggs

Repak calls on the Irish public to join Team Green and recycle more this Easter Irish residents are expected to recycle 39,020 tonnes of packaging recycling this year, enough to fill the Aviva Stadium to its roof almost twofold 36% receive chocolate eggs before Easter each year and as a result, 41% of those admit […]

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