Feature: Crazy about rosettes
Laura Roddy
Growing up on an old estate house where her family ran a riding school, Tara Lane has always had a huge love of horses, so beginning a rosette business makes perfect sense to her, writes Laura Roddy.
16 August 2017 Features
Kilkerrin's community spirit brings sports field project to life
Community spirit is at the heart of the village of Kilkerrin, with locals raising €40,000 for their local sports field, writes Laura Roddy.
Brookfield Farm biodiversity walk and honey tasting
Enjoy a taste of Lough Derg at the Brookfield Farm biodiversity walk and honey tasting.
Coming up Trumps in west Clare
Willie Hanrahan, IFA chair for Clare, was born and raised on a small mixed farm just outside the village of Doonbeg and continues to live and work on his home farm, writes Barry Cassidy
28 June 2017 Features
Gateway to the world
For centuries, Limerick has connected Ireland to the world and contributed hugely to the economy via its port. Shannon Foynes Port CEO Pat Keating talks to Laura Roddy about its impact
28 June 2017 Features
High livestock output in Limerick and Clare
Both Limerick and Clare are very active counties in terms of dairy and beef production, writes Darren Carthy
28 June 2017 Features
Fashion forward
With over 30 boutiques between Newcastle West and Adare, these two towns are the shopping capitals of the west, write Alison Sinnott and Laura Roddy
28 June 2017 Features
Future of farming
Serious technological innovations taking place down the byroads of County Limerick, Laura Roddy reports.
28 June 2017 Features
Going Local: Clare & Limerick
Clare and Limerick may be neighbours, but they are certainly two very different counties.
28 June 2017 Features
Explore Clare and Limerick
From water activities on the Shannon to a step back into medieval times, there is plenty to do in Limerick, writes Laura Roddy.
28 June 2017 Features
A real head turner
Laura Roddy meets milliner Margaret O’Connor who has trained with some of the best hat designers and has returned home to set up shop
28 June 2017 Features
The whiskey bonder
Louise McGuane quit her job with a multinational drinks company in Singapore to set up her new business on her family farm, writes Laura Roddy
28 June 2017 Features