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The primary school curriculum is changing, have your say
Ilka Denker
With the last primary school curriculum going through consultation and change in 1999, the societal and environmental changes since then present the need to develop a new curriculum.
19 January 2022 Amii
Changing a masochistic culture starts with talking about respect
Negative language and attitudes towards women, normalised through a ‘this is how it is’ attitude sees them go unchecked. Will the violence of the last week change anything?
14 April 2021 Features
What is ‘sustainable food’ anyway?
Over 200 people participated in an independent dialogue held to identify the trade-offs in meeting climate change commitments and developing the Irish agri-food sector.
The problems with global food production
Want to contribute to identifying the trade-offs in meeting climate change commitments while developing our agri-food sector? Here’s your chance.
17 March 2021 Features
Community supports Raheenleigh farmers to clear litter from their commonage
Raheenleigh commonage farmers organised the collection of litter dumped on the roadside between Corabut Gap and the Nine Stones car park in the Blackstairs Mountains
2 September 2020 Features
Community supports Raheenleigh farmers to clear litter from their commonage
Raheenleigh commonage farmers organised the collection of litter dumped on the roadside between Corabut Gap and the Nine Stones car park in the Blackstairs Mountains. Writes Amii McKeever
27 August 2020 Features
75ac on the market in the Royal county
John Coyne estates is handling the sale of Ballyboggan, Kinnegad, Co Meath
15 July 2020 For Sale
78ac farm ‘with development potential’ to go under the hammer
REA TE Potterton will bring a 78ac residential to auction later this month
15 July 2020 For Sale
Watch: Tyrone community divided by gold
Gold reserves worth an estimated €9bn are under the Sperrin Mountains. Odile Evans and Peter McCann report
24 May 2020 News
Watch: Tyrone community divided by gold
Gold reserves worth an estimated €9bn are under the Sperrin Mountains. Odile Evans and Peter McCann report
20 May 2020 Features
Moving out? Try a modular home
Modular homes are becoming increasingly popular across Ireland, Odile Evans visited Donal Byrne from Big Red Barn fame to find out why the famous barn is now only a small part of his business.
20 November 2019 Features
No-deal Brexit to cause minimal disruption for Irish students in the UK
A no-deal Brexit looks set to cause a myriad of problems. Irish Country Living set out to investigate what effect it would have on Irish students currently in studying in the UK.
16 October 2019 News