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Student Diary: ag science project next to be ticked off the list
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With Christmas tests done, the mocks loom. COVID-19 remains an irritating element of school life between masks and santising with the fear the Leaving Cert won’t even happen for student Katelyn O'Dea.
18 November 2020 Features
The house with the big brown gate
Having relocated from the big smoke to rural Wexford, Anthony Morrissey is starting to feel at home at the house with ‘the big brown gate’
9 September 2020 My Farming Week
My Country Living: ‘Sitting at a computer drove me mad’
When Denis Higgins decided a career in ICT wasn’t for him and came home to farm, he brought plenty of ideas to the table, namely a 16,000 free range poultry unit. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
Diary of a fifth-yearstudent: Zoom calls, online exams and ag science projects
The cancellation of the Leaving Cert will see sweeping changes for the class of 2020. However the class of 2021 is still plugging away, writes Katelyn O'Dea.
20 May 2020 Education
Diary in the Saddle: the guest is God in India
Paddy Flynn from Waterford and Dáithí Harrison from Tipperary are cycling from Australia to Ireland to raise money for charity. Paddy, from a farm in Rathgormack, is chronicling their journey
8 April 2020 Travel
‘It’s like a pub with no beer’
Over the years JJ’s Truck Stop has gone through three vans, been on both sides of the Youghal Bridge and despite its American aesthetic, is very much rooted in Irish community values
25 March 2020 Features
Diary in the Saddle: a warm welcome
Paddy Flynn from Waterford and Daithí Harrison from Tipperary are cycling from Australia to Ireland to raise money for charity. Paddy, from a farm in Rathgormack, is chronicling their journey.
12 February 2020 Travel
Social media and the farm
The negatives of social media are well documented nowadays, but Aislinn Kelly looks at how farmers are using it to improve their businesses
25 December 2019 Features
Diary in the Saddle: of mountains and men
In their second installment of their cycling chronicles from Australia to Dublin, Paddy Flynn updates us on his bike journey with his friend Daithí Harrison
4 December 2019 Features
Diary in the saddle: cycling from Australia to Ireland
Paddy Flynn from Waterford and Daithí Harrison from Tipperary are cycling from Australia to Ireland to raise money for charity. Paddy, from a farm in Rathgormack, is chronicling their journey.
6 November 2019 Features
Watch: The diary of calf 541, weeks 18 to 26
At six-months-old and exceeding her weight target, Anne O’Donoghue looks at calf 541’s EBI
21 August 2019 Features
The diary of calf 541: weeks four to eight
Now two months old, calf 541 is thriving on milk replacer on the home block, writes Anne O’Donoghue
3 April 2019 Features