Agri Careers: Getting ready for college financially
Sarah McIntosh
There is no doubt that third level education puts a financial burden on individuals and families. It’s important to have a look at the costs and what supports are available.
4 January 2023 Consumer
How to reduce your electricity bills
With electricity prices soaring over the winter season, here are some top tips for reducing your use and making your money go further, writes Sarah McIntosh.
28 December 2022 Consumer
Tax facts to help save you money in the new year
As the end of 2022 draws to a close, it’s a good idea to take a look at tax and what reliefs or credits you could qualify for at the end of the calendar year, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Making your money go further
Shopping in the January sales for next year’s Christmas could save you money. But it’s important to know your consumer rights before making any purchases, writes Sarah McIntosh.
21 December 2022 Consumer
Christmas – a magic that’s hard to explain
There’s something about the Christmas period - the holiday season - that stirs our emotions. Amii McKeever travelled to Waterford to experience Winterval and capture this festive spirit.
7 December 2022 Features
Editorial: Christmas consumer sentiment is down but far from out
It’s officially the “most wonderful time of the year”. But in our efforts to make it wonderful are we putting ourselves under undue monetary pressure; writes Amii McKeever?
30 November 2022 Amii
Interiors: top tips on planning a renovation
Planning a renovation? Interior designer Maura Mackey shares her top tips on how to prepare before the project begins.
16 November 2022 Features
Healthbytes: keep up to date with all the latest health news
Want a reminder of the health-related changes in Budget 2023 or tips on keeping the winter blues at bay? Margaret Hawkins has all these HealthBytes and more.
19 October 2022 Health
Change maker Helen McEntee
Minister for Justice Helen McEntee spoke to Caitríona Morrissey about tackling domestic violence, rural crime and juggling politicis with parenting, ahead of the Women in Agriculture conference 2022.
12 October 2022 Features
Katherine’s Country: 10% levy on concrete a severe blow
Katherine O’Leary did a double take when the 10% levy on concrete was announced. It will hurt her family and negatively affect any development needed on the farm.
5 October 2022 Katherine O'Leary
Irish Horse: big decisions for HRI following positive budget news
The racing body have €72.8 million to work with in tackling a number of significant issues for the racing sector. Writes Ronan Groome.
5 October 2022 News
Legal: Fearful father's land might be subject to residential zoned land tax
Agricultural solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader query regarding residential zoned land tax.
5 October 2022 Features