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.
18 January 2023 News
Kerry’s private-equity-funded sweet deal
The announcement of sale of the portfolio last shows deep pockets in ag-food industry.
4 January 2023 Viewpoints
Looking forward - interest rates
The holiday from ultra-low interest rates is over, for Government, households and commercial borrowers.
Governments face higher borrowing costs
While the surge in inflation is the worst that has been experienced for several decades, there has been no change in the preferred inflation-fighting policy of the major western governments.
2 November 2022 Viewpoints
Farmer debt levels hit a 10-year low
Bank of Ireland has predicted that demand for lending at farm level will increase through the winter as bills for feed and fertiliser hit kitchen tables.
19 October 2022 News
Aryzta long road back to profit
After years of losses and restructuring Aryzta look ot have turned the corner with profits reported and a positive outlook for next year.
5 October 2022 News
Wexford farmer gets 70-day stay on vulture fund sale of farm
A Wexford farmer has called on his neighbours and other farmers not to bid at the sale of his lands by a vulture fund.
14 September 2022 News
Worried about financing your post-secondary education? You’re not alone
There are many options available to help finance your post-secondary education, but it will take a bit of research to find the right solution for you.
7 September 2022 Education