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Fine Gael touching base with the farming base
The Dealer
Once considered the automatic party of choice, Fine Gael now has to fight for support from farmers.
16 February 2022 Dealer
Government goes global for St Patrick’s Day
The Minister for Foreign Affairs is the Minister for being Home Alone as the cabinet take to the skies for the national holiday.
2 February 2022 News
Minister called on to ‘back dairy farmers’
The IFA dairy chair called on Minister McConalogue to show trust in milk producers.
Former Dairygold CEO Woulfe receives Cork Chamber award
Woulfe served a 40-year tenure at Dairygold and, in 2009, rose to the rank of CEO.
11 January 2022 News
It’s not all about emissions reductions – Coveney
Maintaining output in a smarter way is possible according to Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney. Speaking at a recent IFA meeting, he said it is up to Government to support farmers to make the necessary changes.
1 December 2021 News
Over 200,000 export certs needed this year
A large number of export certificates are for goods containing food, such as Irish cheese going to England.
7 June 2021 News
Tom Arnold appointed Government’s special envoy on food systems
Arnold’s role as special envoy will be to communicate Ireland’s position and policy priorities in the run-up to and in the wake of the UN Food Systems Summit in 2021.
10 March 2021 News
Brexit impact on farming must be reflected in fund allocation – ICOS
ICOS has called for the funding to be administered in the form of schemes.
13 January 2021 News
‘When poverty sets in, climate degradation follows soon after’
With almost all of the world’s coffee exported before roasting, two Irish entrepreneurs embarked on a mission to keep profits in the country of origin. Niall Hurson reports.
30 December 2020 Features
€400m Brexit fund for farmers
A €400m Brexit fund to support farmers from the fallout from Brexit is being hammered out by the Government.
16 December 2020 News
Irish product will be on British shelves, deal or no deal - Coveney
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Defence speaks to IFJ editor, Justin McCarthy on the prospects for a last-minute deal and what happens if there isn’t.
16 December 2020
World Food Programme wins Nobel Peace Prize for 2020
WFP executive director David Beasley Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney highlight the threat of hunger.
9 December 2020 News