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Thomas Hubert
Thomas Hubert

News correspondent

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Thomas Hubert is a journalist based in Co Meath. He first worked for the Irish Farmers Journal as a student intern in 2001 and won the Young Agricultural Journalist Award that year. He has been reporting for the newspaper and website ever since, whether from his native France, here in Ireland or from places as far flung as the Democratic Republic of Congo. He studied at Sciences Po, Paris, Dublin City University and Institut Pratique de Journalisme, Paris.

Ireland's retailers have been selling the last batches of free-range eggs before the sector loses its label for the period between 17 March and 30 April as a result of bird flu restrictions.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
Bord Bia launched its Brexit Barometer campaign this Wednesday, aiming to collect information on the agri food industry's preparations for Brexit.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2017
The European Chemical Agency's decision not to classify glyphosate among carcinogens is no guarantee that its authorisation will be renewed before it expires at the end of this year.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are set to clash on the terms of the Heritage Bill, which includes relaxed rules for hedgecutting and vegetation burning and has been blocked in the Seanad for months.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2017
The world's second-largest meat exporter has seen some of its key markets close after several companies came under investigation for selling meat unfit for consumption.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed said this Wednesday that his visit to his German, Dutch and Danish counterparts last week aimed to forge alliances on the “long road” of Brexit negotiations.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2017
China's decision to impose a temporary ban on Brazilian meat imports has closed the main market for the South American's giant meat industry.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
A new offering by rural credit unions in Galway could pave the way for further financial services to farmers.
By Thomas Hubert on 23 March 2017
The European Commission has announced that companies implicated in the unfolding Brazilian meat fraud investigation have been suspended from shipping to the EU.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 March 2017
The Netherlands is first to report its full February milk supply figures to Eurostat, and they confirm the end of the Dutch milk surge.
By Thomas Hubert on 20 March 2017
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