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Interviews, news and views from across the country

From inspiring stories to news on food, farming and events, Irish Country Living is your guide to life in rural Ireland
Cork people are known for finding their way home. For Blarney-born Thia Hennessy, being appointed Head of Food Business and Development at UCC was the role that brought her Leeside, writes Ciara Leahy
By Ciara Leahy on 17 August 2017
SALT restaurant and bar brings style and sustenance to Galway's most popular seaside village.
By Maria Moynihan on 17 August 2017
Community spirit is at the heart of the village of Kilkerrin, with locals raising €40,000 for their local sports field, writes Laura Roddy.
By Laura Roddy on 17 August 2017
Lack of sleep – how can it affect your health and your life? Margaret Hawkins talks to a sleep disorder specialist about the different types of disorders and the treatment available
By Margaret Hawkins on 17 August 2017
This week, Money Mentor Peter Young answers readers' queries on everything from pensions to succession planning.
By Peter Young on 17 August 2017
There is no standing idly on the sideline for these Kilkenny ladies, who have picked up the jersey to play Gaelic football, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
By on 17 August 2017
Dear Miriam, I find working from home lonely and overwhelming; what can I do to get the balance right?
By Ask Miriam on 17 August 2017
Know your onions? GIY founder Michael Kelly shares his top tips when it comes to growing and storing this most useful vegetable.
By Contributor on 17 August 2017
Founded four years ago, South Tyrone Men’s Shed stands as a meeting place for members. Brian O’Neill, a relatively new member to the shed, defines it as a social place for getting work done.
By Barry Cassidy on 10 August 2017
There are not many shrubs that flower from mid-summer to autumn but abelia does, writes Gerry Daly
By Gerry Daly on 10 August 2017
Connemara Hill Lamb is one of the few Irish products with a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) and is exclusively stocked with Dunnes Stores as part of their Simply Better range, writes Ciara Lea
By Ciara Leahy on 10 August 2017
While the Irish Farmers Journal’s new demonstration farm in Tullamore aims to highlight best practice, there are also lessons to be learned about succession planning, writes Money Mentor Peter Young.
By Peter Young on 10 August 2017
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for lost Rottweiler/Doberman dog in the Carrickmacross/Annyalla area. Friendly D...
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