Reduced tax bill for woman who had smuggled fuel on her farm
The Revenue Commissioners established Operation Chess to combat smugglers bringing consignments of diesel in from Poland and other countries. Gordon Deegan reports.
20 March 2024 News
Shippers warn of calf exports collapse
Seamus Scallan of the Wicklow Calf Company forecast that calf sales to other EU states could potentially fall by 50,000 head this year.
28 February 2024 News
More Irish students studying veterinary abroad than in Ireland
More and more students are travelling abroad to study veterinary medicine, and on any given year there are more than double the number of students studying abroad than there are here in Ireland.
Polish farmer border blockade intensifies
Poland, Greece, Italy, the Czech Republic and Wales, as well as Ireland, are among the countries where farmer protest were held this week.
21 February 2024 News
Pronar – the Polish machinery giant setting its sights on Ireland
Pronar is a massive Polish machinery manufacturer setting its sights on the Irish market. Peter Thomas Keaveney travelled to Poland to visit its factories and find out more about the firm.
27 December 2023 Farm machinery
Live exports pass 300,000 head mark
Adam Woods has the latest update on live exports, including positive news for 2024.
22 November 2023 Breeding & health
EU recommended to adopt zoning approach for AD planning
The first two reports from the Biomethane Industrial Partnership have been published and recommend a suite of changes to European support and planning policies for biomethane.
1 November 2023 Renewables