EDF Renewable’s three new Irish solar farms go live
Stephen Robb
EDF say that sheep will continue to graze on the site to control vegetation and in total, the three solar farms will reduce over 9,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.
25 March 2023 Markets
Calf exports stalled due to French lairage investigation
There will be disruption to calf exports in the next week due to an investigation into a French calf lairage facility.
23 March 2023 News
Scheme for electric vehicles should be rolled out in rural Ireland - Soc Dem TD
Because the existing electric car grant scheme is being reduced and phased out from July, a standalone rural grant scheme for electric vehicles is needed.
Farmer party comes from nowhere to top Dutch elections
The surge of the Farmer-Citizen Movement to become the biggest single force in representative politics in the Netherlands is a reflection of resistance to government action on farming’s footprint.
22 March 2023 News
Slamtastic: Ireland set to take on the world
While Saturday’s grand slam should rightly be celebrated, Andy Farrell, Johnny Sexton and co are already taking aim at the World Cup.
22 March 2023 Sport
Backchat: a week dedicated to the skies above
The first Irish Astronomy Week includes events all over the country for beginners and experienced stargazers.
22 March 2023 Features
Folklore: the timeless long ago
As the clocks spring forward this weekend, folklorist Shane Lehane reflects on our ancestors’ relationship with time.
22 March 2023 Features
Farm and site for sale by auction in NI
The sale is being conducted by HA McIlrath and Sons Ltd and takes place at 2.30pm on Friday 31 March 2023 in Kilrea Livestock Mart.
22 March 2023 For Sale
Current policies won't deliver 2050 land use target, report shows
The EPA-commissioned report on land use conducted by the Atlantic Technological University shows how far short current polices will fall from carbon neutrality in 2050.
22 March 2023 News
Three well regarded women join the Agri Aware board
Three formidable females have been appointed as directors on the board of Agri Aware.
22 March 2023 Dealer
'Efficient licensing' needed to meet demands of increased forestry activity
Data in the new National Forest Inventory reveal the growing timber output from Irish forests and the volume of construction timber they will provide.
22 March 2023 Forestry
Public consultation on review of the open seasons order launched
The NPWS sets out the bird species that may be hunted, and dates between which hunting may take place under the open seasons order.
22 March 2023 News