“In Russia not having food is not a distant memory”
Amii McKeever
What happened in 2012? The Irish farmers Journal founded a new magazine – Irish Country Magazine. And while that was happening Amii McKeever was in Russia. Different worlds, same year.
30 March 2022 Consumer
Succession and inheritance: finding a ‘consigliere’
Succession planning is not decided in one family meeting. It is a process that can take a long time to finalise and circumstances change as children get older, writes Paul Keogh.
23 March 2022 Living Life
Front Row: Circle of Friends hits the stage
The stage adaption of Maeve Binchy’s Circle of Friends primers at the Gaiety Theatre this April, writes Leo Powell.
Top US interiors photographer Jessica Glynn on moving from Florida to Mayo farm
Top interiors photographer Jessica Glynn talks to Maria Moynihan about her move from Florida to the family farm in Co Mayo, as well as her new book.
23 March 2022 Features
Sport: sticking to what I know best
Having officially completed his book on Cork hurling, Denis Hurley is giving Irish Country Living a peak behind the curtains, and a chance to win a copy
2 March 2022 Sport
Farm books for children with dyslexia
Deirdre Dermody explains how giving children reading material about farming changed the game for her as a special education teacher. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
2 February 2022 Features
Christmas books for kids
There is nothing quite like a book for Christmas. Ciara Leahy and Janine Kennedy review the books that are big hits in their home.
8 December 2021 Books
Farm from your average authors
Unlike many of the sport-related books that make it onto the shelves this close to Christmas, Ireland is awash with sports stars who have plenty stories to tell, writes Denis Hurley.
8 December 2021 Sport
Food News: the season’s best food news
A Killarney favourite is back, chef and butchers join forces and hydrononically grown Irish products become more prominent on our supermarket shelves, writes Ilka Denker.
1 December 2021 News
Christmas recipes, sustainable packaging and the launch of a new butter
The countdown to the holiday season has begun and between Christmas recipes and shopping sustainable, Irish Country Living is ready for the season, writes Ilka Denker.
27 November 2021 News
Cover interview: Catherine Corless
Catherine Corless speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about her relationship with her mother, investigating the Tuam Babies scandal and the need for the babies to be exhumed
24 November 2021 Features
Louise Nealon on how the farm informs her writing
Author Louise Nealon has had a whirlwind 12 months, with her debut novel being nominated for the Irish Book Awards, and it all started on the farm, writes Anne O’Donoghue
17 November 2021 Living Life