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Well-known auctioneer Celia Lamb has been appointed by Wilson Auctions in recent weeks.
By Anthony Jordan on 15 February 2018
With a huge emphasis placed on matching people based on their suitability, when Intro send you on a date, you can be sure they are setting you up for success.
By on 08 February 2018
Meet the farmers and rural influencers "owning" Instagram with their picture-perfect snaps of country life, writes Janine Kennedy.
By Contributor on 08 February 2018
A trip to Berlin makes it clear to Mairead Lavery how far behind we are in Ireland when it comes to languages.
By Mairead Lavery on 25 January 2018
The flu has fallen on Kildicken. Such is the affliction in the area that one would almost need to mark the doors where the flu has struck, as they did in the Middle Ages, writes Maurice Hickey
By Maurice Hickey on 25 January 2018
Country music from the heartlands rolls out of Monaghan town five evenings a week on Shannonside-Northern Sound Radio, writes Michael Commins
By Michael Commins on 25 January 2018
In her new series, our columnist, The Desperate Farmwife, Catherine Mulley, shares her honest account of postnatal depression
By Contributor on 18 January 2018
In a new series, The Desperate Farmwife, columnist Catherine Mulley reflects on her decision to move to the country to start her family; but at what cost?
By Contributor on 28 December 2017
In this week’s Money Mentor, an experienced forester gives his advice in relation to a recent reader query.
By Peter Young on 14 December 2017
An excellent 63-acre residential property that came to the market in the summer nears a sale, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 04 January 2018
Over the last 10 days, there has been a great variation in terms of the size, scale and quality of land sold.
By Anthony Jordan on 23 November 2017
Simon Casey from Ballycumber would appear to have scooped the jackpot with his new single, writes Michael Commins
By Michael Commins on 16 November 2017
As autumn gives way to winter, Lily Champ reflects on life in the garden.
By Contributor on 02 November 2017
Fresh off the boat from Liverpool, Jake Carter is already making waves in the Irish music scene, writes Anne O’Donoghue
By on 02 November 2017
With the future of the nation’s postal service unclear, Anne O’Donoghue visits some branches around the country to get people's opinions on post office viability
By on 26 October 2017
High interest is being shown in a circa 65-arce parcel in Carrowmoney and Lisdaulan, Rahara, Co Roscommon.
By Anthony Jordan on 26 October 2017
A traditional stud farm with style is hot on the shelves at the moment, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 October 2017
Situated just 20km from Kilkenny city and 15km from the M9 Motorway, this unique country-style residence on a 42-acre farm is sure to attract a lot of interest, writes Nathan Tuffy
By Nathan Tuffy on 14 September 2017
Soapwort is an interesting plant in many ways and could be used more widely in country gardens, writes Gerry Daly
By Gerry Daly on 24 August 2017
This week's top five and going out guide.
By on 15 June 2017
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