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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.

Agribusinesses and universities grouped in the Bioeconomy Foundation are building an innovative research and production centre in Co Tipperary.
By Thomas Hubert on 16 March 2018
Indicative Government figures based on early transactions between EU countries on 2020 climate targets show the cost could be lower than expected, but massive uncertainty remains.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
Wednesday's constant downpours have set back field work and grazing across the south of the country, with east Kilkenny illustrating the plight of farmers in the region.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
An articulated lorry carrying cattle crashed near the Kilkenny-Wexford border last month.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
Searches, arrests and community meetings were among the missions given to garda reinforcements deployed to farms and country roads on Wednesday.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
A Co Westmeath farmer and contractor says he is lucky to be alive after being hit by the tail board of an NC 300 dump trailer, a model involved in a previous fatal accident.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
Leading Belgian retailers have withdrawn beef products from a factory under investigation by the country's food safety authority days after a similar scare erupted in the UK.
By Thomas Hubert on 15 March 2018
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: beef prices and Creed in the UK
In the news today, 13 March 2018: factories are resisting further beef price increases, Minister Creed lands in the UK for his St Patrick's Day visit and Glanbia cuts its milk price.
By Thomas Hubert on 13 March 2018
Creed in UK for trade mission-like St Patrick's Day visit
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed will be in London for the rest of this week, with multiple agri-food trade and Brexit meetings on the agenda.
By Thomas Hubert on 12 March 2018
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: milk price cut and sheep kill
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, Monday 12 March.
By Thomas Hubert on 12 March 2018
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