Events: summer is coming
Anne O'Donoghue
With summer gradually getting underway, there are plenty of events happening and things to get out and do around the country, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
11 May 2022 Living Life
TR Dallas is back on the road again
With the arts and entertainment sector back in full swing, TR Dallas speaks to Michael Commins about getting back on the road.
10 May 2022 Recipes
Watch: This peanut noodle salad is full of fresh Thai flavours
A perfect balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy - this salad has it all, writes Janine Kennedy.
Celebrating Bealtaine on the Hill of Uisneach
Bealtaine traditionally marked the beginning of summer. Uisneach run a unique and authentic event to celebrate it.
29 April 2022 Living Life
Nuclei in beekeeping
Beekeeper Willie O’Byrne gives advice on bees that have made it through winter well, but also on the need for colonies behind in development to be sampled for disease.
13 April 2022 Features
In the garden with Gerry Daly: Lenten rose
Gerry Daly discusses the Lenten rose, frost damage in flowers and the jobs to get done in the garden this week
6 April 2022 Gardening
Damien’s Diary: focusing on the positives
There is a lot of bad news in the headlines these days, but we shouldn’t let it take a toll on our mental health, writes Damien O’Reilly.
30 March 2022 Damien O'Reilly
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: Darwin’s barberry
This week, Gerry Daly discusses the spring or Darwin’s berberis, named after Charles Darwin who developed the theory of evolution.
30 March 2022 Gardening
There is no set rule to creating the perfect patio
Want a room outdoors? Fiona Alston takes a look at the many things you can pull together to create the perfect patio area in your garden.
23 March 2022 Gardening
Free agricultural journalism training course returns this summer
After a two-year break, the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’s John Deere Training Award is back and promises to “unearth the next generation of agricultural journalists”, writes Ilka Denker.
9 February 2022 News
Critical time for food supply in the beehive
During apiary checks, the beekeeper assesses weight. Those deemed light will require supplementary feeding - an emergency measure to prevent starvation of the colony, writes Willie O’Byrne.
26 January 2022 Features
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: bright red rowan
This week is all about the wild mountain ash, rowan and whitebeam. Plus now is a good time to plat perennial flowers as garden centres nationwide are being restocked, writes Gerry Daly.
27 October 2021 Gardening