'The unsung heroines of Irish agriculture'
Raising a glass to the unsung heroines of Irish agriculture, writes Margaret Leahy.
28 February 2024 Editorial
It's important to vote on 8 March
On Friday 8 March, the people of Ireland will vote on two separate constitutional amendments. Here, advocates on each side explain why they are in favour of, or opposed to, each referendum proposal.
7 February 2024 Features
The good, the bad, and the really awkward dating stories
Irish Country Living asked readers to get in touch and share their best and worst dating experiences – love is in the air for some and on the floor for others, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Women and Agriculture over the years
It started as a day out for our readers, but over the years they have made it their own, writes Ciara Leahy.
27 December 2023 News
Editorial: the Evolving Family Unit
Today, the division of labour in the home is, and should be, fluid, adaptable and suited to that family's day-to-day life, writes Ciara Leahy.
13 December 2023 Amii
Agri Careers: supporting women in dairy farming
Putting a strategy in place is important for women to achieve their goals, on and off farm, writes Sarah McIntosh.
29 November 2023 Features
Promoting inclusion and diversity in businesses
Companies across the industry are implementing specific strategies to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Sarah McIntosh spoke to Aldi about its Women in Leadership programme.
22 November 2023 Agri jobs