Agri Careers: Designing agricultural machinery for tomorrow
Ilka Denker
Interested in farm machinery? This Agricultural Engineering course might just be for you, writes Ilka Denker.
9 February 2022 News
Free agricultural journalism training course returns this summer
After a two-year break, the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’s John Deere Training Award is back and promises to “unearth the next generation of agricultural journalists”, writes Ilka Denker.
9 February 2022 Features
Fiddle making in Co Armagh
Fiddle maker Paul Bradley has been immersed in traditional music his whole life. He discusses Irish music and fiddle making, in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
College not your thing? Check out these hot apprenticeships for 2022
Apprenticeships are an excellent alternative for anyone who does not want to go down the traditional college route, writes Ilka Denker.
19 January 2022 Education
A weight off her shoulders
A week before Christmas, every Weight Watchers coach employed by the Irish franchise was laid off. Amii McKeever speaks with Caraldine Nolan about her journey with it and where she is going now.
12 January 2022 Features
Joyce’s Supermarket is investing in its staff members
The independent grocer in Galway is launching a new programme that aims to upskill staff.
17 November 2021 News
Food news: food show on RTE, gluten-free living and getting ready for Christmas
Coeliacs will learn a lot at the upcoming Gluten Free Living Show, writes Ilka Denker.
6 November 2021 News
When the stars align
Following on from last week’s Cutting Through The Bull on the fast fashion industry, Amii McKeever speaks to Miriam Keegan, a primary school teacher living her sustainable fashion dream.
13 October 2021 Features
New short course to close the food knowledge gap for young teenagers
Airfield Estate in Dublin have launched a short course for junior cycle students. Amii McKeever caught up with head of education and research at Airfield Estate Dr Kirsty McAdoo to learn more.
29 September 2021 Education
Studying Abroad: tales from Poland
Want to study abroad? Have you considered Poland? The Medical Poland Admission Office announced recently that EU applications have seen a huge increase this year, up 136%, writes Fiona Alston.
22 September 2021 Education
‘We came out one morning and there was the bull in the treehouse’
Philip and Liz Quinn specialise in sculptures, conservation and restoration. They raise Highland Cattle and recently acquired two of the royal herd from Balmoral in Scotland. In conversation with Janine Kennedy
28 July 2021 Features
Carbery Group launches new postgraduate scholarship at University College Cork
West Cork-based award-winning cheese producer Carbery Group will support one postgraduate student per year on a scholarship in partnership with University College Cork (UCC) over the next five years.
7 July 2021 Careers