Carnew Mart hosts school safety day
Sarah McIntosh
Over 700 primary school students attended Carnew Mart to learn the importance of health and safety on farms, writes Sarah McIntosh.
30 November 2022 Features
Damien O’Reilly: the home-base will always be in Castleknock
In conversation with Janine Kennedy, former RTÉ presenter Damien O'Reilly talks about his life, career and future working within Ireland's co-operative space in Brussels
30 November 2022 Careers
‘Better business outcomes because of better diversity and inclusion’
Diversity and inclusion should be one of a company’s key business growth areas. Gillian Hardford explains why to Sarah McIntosh.
Student placement series: from Rooskey to Scotland and back
Dylan Cronin, successful applicant of SEED-tech, Irish Farmers Journal and ASA student placement bursary winner, outlines his experience to Irish Country Living.
30 November 2022 Education
Minister Simon Harris features on new educational podcast
Education and Training Boards Ireland (ETBI) educational podcast ‘OMG! What a Complete Education!’ features Minister Simon Harris, Sarah McIntosh writes.
26 November 2022 News
Excelling at egg production
Alex Eivers has spent the last two years studying the efficiency and sustainability of egg production systems. He shares his findings with Irish Country Living, writes Sarah McIntosh.
23 November 2022 Careers
Atlantic Technological University (ATU) award agricultural qualifications
Fifty-five students were awarded agricultural qualifications last week at Atlantic Technological University (ATU) in Donegal, writes Sarah McIntosh.
23 November 2022 News
Social media a crucial tool in the professional’s toolbox
Social media is a crucial tool of the young professional’s toolbox, particularly when working in journalism.
23 November 2022 Viewpoints
Graduate profiles: making the transition from student to employee
Three recent graduates share their experience in the agriculture sector so far. In conversation with Sarah McIntosh.
23 November 2022 Agri jobs
Food security means secure careers
Farming and food processing need people to get food from farms to the plate, writes Phelim O’Neill.
23 November 2022 Agri Careers
Opportunities are plentiful, but employees are not
Results of the Irish Farmers Journal Agri Jobs survey shows that employment is up, but staff retention is proving a problem, writes Sarah McIntosh.
23 November 2022 Agri jobs
Progressing your career pathway
Prof Tommy Boland outlines potential career paths in the agri-food industry.
23 November 2022 Agri jobs