Irish Country Living

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Back to school, back to the chopping board
Naomi Hamilton-O'Donnell
September is a busy month, and with colder weather on the horizon, simple but nourishing meals are a must for all the family, writes Naomi Hamilton-O’Donnell.
 
 
Meet The Maker: Susan Furniss Radley of Dust + Rock
In this week’s Meet The Maker, Maria Moynihan talks to Susan Furniss Radley of Dust+Rock, the Waterford-based creator of the original wrist pocket.
A week in the country: changing sterling, guelder rose and a rural rhyme
Find out what caught the eye of the Irish Country Living team this week.
Women only groups not for you? Great! but check your privilege before judging
Co-chair of Dairy Women Ireland, Ciara Lynch wants to empower other women farmers. Not just talking about problems but providing tools to solve those problems.
Restoring a vintage thrasher in Co Sligo
After seven years of a thrasher sitting in his shed, James McLoughlin bit the bullet during COVID-19 and decided to restore it. He speaks in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue about the project.
Damien’s Diary: democracy under pressure
Worrying political trends in other parts of the world should serve as a warning sign for protecting Irish democracy.
Katherine’s Country: tackling the stiffness issues
There is an exercise programme out there to suit anyone, writes Katherine O'Leary - you just have to find the right one.
Gender-specific policy decisions? Good, bad or insulting?
Views differ on higher rates of grant aid and funding for female only discussion groups but the challenge remains - to always try to make things better.
Miriam: ‘only child’ comments hurt
Dear Miriam, how should I cope with hurtful comments about my only child?
Back to school, back to the chopping board
September is a busy month, and with colder weather on the horizon, simple but nourishing meals are a must for all the family, writes Naomi Hamilton-O’Donnell.
Auction round up: something to suit everyone
Here is a list of land auctions taking place around the country over the coming weeks.
Ireland is in with a chance for the UEFA Nations League
The Irish soccer team could end up either coming first or coming fourth in their group in the UEFA Nations League.
85.25ac with house for auction in Carlow
The house is two-storey and traditional in style and now needs modernising.
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Are you Ireland’s best new entrant farm business?
The annual Teagasc NEWBIE new entrant to agriculture competition aims to highlight the innovation and entrepreneurialism in the agriculture sector.
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Watch: moving towards a more responsible approach to parasite control
Pre-housing protection from post-housing welfare issues with Norbrook.
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Small businesses in Ireland will have a chance to promote themselves at the Ploughing
The National Ploughing Championships, which run from 20 to 22 September in Ratheniska, will feature the Local Enterprise Village, designed for small businesses to gain new customers and grow their enterprise.
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Win a year of agri fuel or two years of home heating at Ploughing 22!
If you’re in attendance at the Ploughing Championships this week, visit the Certa stand at Row 13 Stand 222, where you can enter our excellent competitions to win either of the following prizes
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