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Mo ghairm le Gaeilge – my career with Irish
Irene Bermingham
With Seachtain na Gaeilge taking place from 1 to 17 March 2021, Irene Bermingham speak to multi-media journalist, Amy Ní Riada from Cordal, Co Kerry
Damien's Diary: when the media gets it wrong
When the core of journalism is to establish fact, how have we gone so off-course when it comes to gauging public opinion? Damien O'Reilly writes.
30 June 2020 Viewpoints
When the media gets it wrong
When the core of journalism is to establish fact, how have we gone so off-course when it comes to gauging public opinion? Damien O'Reilly writes.
Damien O'Reilly: you might call it serendipity
An important date in the calendar brings Damien O'Reilly on a trip down memory lane
10 June 2020 Damien O'Reilly
You might call it serendipity
An important date in the calendar brings Damien O'Reilly on a trip down memory lane.
9 June 2020 Viewpoints
Damien's Dairy: the wrong time to point fingers
From fruit picking to journalism, freebie culture is affecting our ability to make a living wage, writes Damien O'Reilly.
The wrong time to point fingers
From fruit picking to journalism, freebie culture is affecting our ability to make a living wage, writes Damien O'Reilly.
5 May 2020 Viewpoints
Careers at the Irish Farmers Journal
The latest career opportunities from the Agricultural Trust
3 April 2018 Agri Careers Expo
Be fair, be inquisitive, be informative
When it comes to public service broadcasting it is crystal clear our remit in terms of objectivity and fairness, writes Damien O'Reilly. One thing is sure, you don't get into journalism for popularity
28 February 2018 Damien O'Reilly
Irish Farmers Journal dominates online global agricultural journalism awards
Irish Farmers Journal entries claimed the two top prize in the online category at the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) awards.
15 July 2016 News