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TUS named Ireland's first ADHD friendly University
Sarah McIntosh
Technological University of Shannon (TUS), has been certified by ADHD Ireland as a university that’s inclusive of neurodiversity, writes Sarah McIntosh
 
 
Health special: screening tests that could save your life
Health special: screening tests that could save your life
Screening tests can catch a health condition even before it starts causing symptoms. Here are the top preventive measures for women, writes Margaret Hawkins.
Health special: coping with the unexpected side of farming
Health special: coping with the unexpected side of farming
Farmers are facing challenges on a number of fronts due to the continuing deluge of rain. Many feel stressed and anxious, but there is help at hand, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Consumer: low-cost finance for retrofitting upgrades
Consumer: low-cost finance for retrofitting upgrades
Financial barriers are among the main reasons preventing consumers from retrofitting homes, we break down the different funding options available, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Desperate Farmwife: the time has come to fly the coop
Desperate Farmwife: the time has come to fly the coop
For years, our Desperate Farmwife stayed home with smallies while her husband saw the world. Now, it's her turn.
Editorial: focusing on health
Editorial: focusing on health
Health is part of the weekly foundation of our publication, and with that we have themed this issue around it, writes Ciara Leahy.
Katherine's Country: ‘farmers will endure – and the sun will shine again’
Katherine's Country: ‘farmers will endure – and the sun will shine again’
Despite the incessant rain over the last couple of months, we need to hold onto hope and know that this tough time will pass, writes Katherine O’Leary.
Ask Miriam: 'how do I overcome dental anxiety?'
Ask Miriam: 'how do I overcome dental anxiety?'
This week, Miriam hears from a reader who has feared the dentist's chair for most of her life.
Editorial: breastfeeding - it's the versus I have a problem with
Editorial: breastfeeding - it's the versus I have a problem with
The government need to step up and support parents with newborn babies more -whether they breast or bottle feed their child, writes Ciara Leahy.
TUS named Ireland's first ADHD friendly University
TUS named Ireland's first ADHD friendly University
Technological University of Shannon (TUS), has been certified by ADHD Ireland as a university that’s inclusive of neurodiversity, writes Sarah McIntosh
Children’s books bus tour from Malin Head to Mizen Head
Children’s books bus tour from Malin Head to Mizen Head
The Whole Wild World Bus Tour will set off on an 1,400km journey to inspire young readers across the country and ignite their imaginations, writes Grace Hanna.
Meet the Maker: Catherine Cocollos
Meet the Maker: Catherine Cocollos
In this week’s Meet the Maker, Grace Hanna chats to artist and truffle farmer Catherine Cocollos about her artistic journey and how she found solace in painting after a cancer diagnosis.
Leinster look to kick on as La Rochelle visit
Leinster look to kick on as La Rochelle visit
The last Irish province standing must face the side that has beaten them in the last two Champions Cup finals, writes Denis Hurley.
'Everything is connected': protecting future generations with farming techniquesSPONSORED
'Everything is connected': protecting future generations with farming techniques
Rising temperatures, endless droughts and devastating floods – an unrelenting cycle of extreme weather is pushing communities in Malawi into deadly hunger.
Unlocking Culinary Creativity: the Bord Bia Talent AcademySPONSORED
Unlocking Culinary Creativity: the Bord Bia Talent Academy
Are you a graduate with 3+ year’s experience, with a passion for innovation and a keen interest in the food, drink, or horticulture sectors?
Sync, breed, succeed in Emly, Co TipperarySPONSORED
Sync, breed, succeed in Emly, Co Tipperary
“Having half your heifer calves born by 3 February,” was Michael’s response when asked what the best thing was about having used sexed sorted semen for the first time last year.
How one beef farmer discovered Cultivate’s farmer-friendly financeSPONSORED
How one beef farmer discovered Cultivate’s farmer-friendly finance
Meet Hillary Courtney, a part-time beef farmer, who, like many farmers throughout Ireland, was looking at ways to improve her farm, but was hampered by access to farmer-friendly finance.
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