Make your house a home
Alison Sinnott
We will consider what makes a successful dairy beef system from start to finish.
Money talks
From sports stars to predictive innovation the banks are worth their weight in gold this year at the Ploughing, writes Alison Sinnott.
6 September 2017 4x4s
Prevention is the best cure
With protection a necessary commodity in the height of rural crime, Alison Sinnott takes a look at some technology on the market to aid in its prevention.
Weekend weather: a mixed bag with a rainfall warning in parts
A weekend of mixed weather with sunny spells and rain has been forecast by Met Éireann, with a status yellow rainfall warning in place for Cork and Kerry.
1 September 2017 News
A Rose’s Journey: homeward bound
As the dust settles on this year’s Rose of Tralee, Alison Sinnott catches up with her sister Julie on her experience representing Wexford at the festival.
30 August 2017 Features
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: factory grading and hen harriers
In the news today, 29 August: IFA calls on Minister Creed to act on factory grading and new Hen Harrier Scheme being developed on farms.
29 August 2017 News
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: free silage and stolen tractor returned
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, 28 August.
28 August 2017 News
Castlerea Men’s Shed
Speaking with the sheds secretary, Pat McIntyre, it is clear that the founding trustees of Castlerea Men’s Shed had a clear vision for the town in Roscommon a number of years ago.
16 August 2017 Around the country
Minds matter in college
Anxiety is the epidemic of the millennium age, psychologist Colman Noctor tells Alison Sinnott, and he advises on ways to overcome the mental pressures of college.
16 August 2017 Careers
Ag talk: If I knew then what I know now...
Alison Sinnott speaks to fourth-year students who have advice for those about to start college. Take benefit from their hindsight…
16 August 2017 Education
A Roses Journey - Girls on tour
With the Rose of Tralee almost upon us, Alison Sinnott gets the inside scoop from her sister Julie before she sets off to represent Wexford on the Rose tour.
9 August 2017 Features
Home of Hallowberry Cruz on the market
Hallowberry Lodge in Co Wicklow offers a magnificent opportunity for equestrian aficionados, having seen one of Ireland’s finest sport horses emerge from its stables, writes Alison Sinnott.
9 August 2017 Sales results