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Long fought for improvements in Fair Deal’s financial regulations were expected in Budget 2018, but on the medical side what does applying for a nursing home place involve? Margaret Hawkins reports
By Margaret Hawkins on 12 October 2017
This week, Men’s Sheds partner with the HSE to highlight the links between your pattern of drinking and health and wellbeing.
By Contributor on 06 July 2017
In Northern Ireland, there was always the hope that peace would prevail through negotiation. In this instance, who exactly are we to negotiate with and about what specifically?
By Damien O'Reilly on 01 June 2017
Community focus and mental health are central to Roscrea’s Men’s Shed's values.
By Anthony Jordan on 03 November 2016
Living in the countryside can exacerbate the isolation that you feel when depression strikes. Margaret Hawkins speaks to a young Co Monaghan woman about how she found recovery.
By Margaret Hawkins on 12 May 2016
The National Farmers Union in England and Wales has commissioned a study into the potential costs of Brexit on UK farmers.
By David Wright on 07 April 2016
Mammy pulling strokes as election approaches
It’s election time again, writes the Irish Mammy, as she prepares a surprise of her own
By Irish Mammy on 23 February 2016
It's that time again, writes Irish Mammy, as she braces herself for a bit of a surprise.
By Irish Mammy on 04 February 2016
The year began with an event at the Convention Centre to mark the IFA's 60th anniversary.
By on 31 December 2015
Ahead of us is the awful prospect of a general election, the thoughts of which would cause one to contemplate emigration or to develop an interest in the Eircom League.
By Maurice Hickey on 24 September 2015
Instead of celebrating the liberating and historic result, some campaigners couldn’t help themselves in lambasting the people of Roscommon and south Leitrim.
By Damien O'Reilly on 04 June 2015
The pressure is on Galway and Dublin to provide the fireworks this weekend, writes Emmet Moloney.
By on 28 May 2015
Last week, Thomas Hubert was told after fighting for more than three months to have broadband installed at his Co Meath home that the construction of a new network would solve his woes.
By Thomas Hubert on 21 May 2015
Help Irish Guide Dogs raise funds to support it's national campaign Guide Dog Day.
By Farmers Journal on 16 April 2015
Rob Kearney's career has recently expanded into the modelling business as he becomes the new face of Newbridge Silverware, writes Evelyn Garland.
By Farmers Journal on 26 February 2015
A campaign to halt the decline in the consumption of potatoes in NI is seeking financial contributions from growers
By David Wright on 12 February 2015
Maura Canning, chair of the IFA National Farm Family and Social Affairs Committee, gives us an update on the latest events
By Contributor on 18 December 2014
Wicklow Executive, Finance Bill, Energy Policy, Smart Farming, Market Reports.
By on 06 November 2014
In the current political climate of 'I'll scratch your back if you scratch mine', Maurice Hickey finds himself regretting he didn't join a party.
By Maurice Hickey on 16 October 2014
The details of councillors’ expenses was all over the news last week and Maurice Hickey has been getting it in the neck and between the eyes ever since.
By Maurice Hickey on 15 May 2014
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