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Snail farming in Co Cavan
Anne O'Donoghue
A part-time suckler farmer, Peter Monaghan decided to add snails to his repertoire in 2016 and has now grown Inis Escargot into a full-time business. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
29 June 2022 Features
Mental health: how to spot a liar
Enda Murphy, psychotherapist and director of SeeMe.ie, explores why we all lie; and how to spot the liar.
1 June 2022 Features
€3m raised by ‘100K in 30 Days’ event for breast cancer research
Breast Cancer Ireland is calling on everyone in Ireland or abroad, to join the #pinkarmy and take part in 100K in 30 Days. Amii McKeever reports.
'There are perfect parents, they just haven't had any kids yet'
As a mom of five, child psychologist Catherine Hallissey knows children but supporting their parents is how she really supports her young clients. Amii McKeever reports.
25 May 2022 Features
The great resignation? No! it’s actually the great re-evaluation
Major life decisions are often made as a result of following the lead of peers and parents. A farming career is pretty much dependent on this but will young people re-evaluate?
11 May 2022 Amii
Business diversification: bee supplement for fungus to an athlete’s foot spray
The seeds of entrepreneurialism are often sown with a simple realisation - I need a product, I can’t get. This was the foundation of Nuasan Skincare. Amii McKeever spoke to founder Dara Scott.
20 April 2022 Features
Talking rugby, relief milking and research with the McCarthy twins
Co Clare twins Kate and Siobhán McCarthy talk to Anne O’Donoghue about rugby, relief milking and their research PhDs .
20 April 2022 Features
What food is more sustainable? "That would be an ecumenical matter!"
Is it now fallacy to ascribe to the belief that when it comes to our views and opinions on food, the environment and other people’s lives, we are all entitled to our own opinion?
13 April 2022 Amii