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ICSA president Patrick Kent has said that this Thursday's round table meeting on the beef sector organised by Minister Coveney must focus on restoring order and confidence to the sector by protecting producers from the rapacious profiteering of big business.
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Stewartstown singer Barry Devlin is on the edge of 'glor-y' after reaching the final of TG4 singing competition Glor Tire.
While coffee franchises and French presses have infiltrated Ireland the brew that keeps the Irish keeping on keeping on is undoubtedly tea.
As the saying goes behind every good man, there's an even better woman, and a local councillor is championing a project which is encouraging more women to get into the male dominated world of politics.
The new-look Boundary Bar at Bawnmore has been paint bombed, just days after work was carried out to improve the exterior of the building.
Ballymoney is to benefit from the extension of a Christmas parking scheme which introduced lower parking rates in 25 towns.
The Ireland offices of three Massachusetts-based tech companies are growing. With the help of Enterprise Ireland and each company's press office, we compiled a list of what's happening in the Ireland offices of some of Boston's most well-known companies.
An Italian court has ordered former prime minister and billionaire tycoon Silvio Berlusconi to do a year of community service following his conviction for tax fraud, Italian media reported.
Ballygally Castle Hotel, near Larne, closed in October for six months while major renovations took place at the 17th century castle.
The original document, currently housed in a museum, was one of the few artifacts he retained from the Titanic's sinking.
THREE hospital chief executives will have to seek approval from the Department of Health for payments they receive for lecturing in universities.
When President Barack Obama attended the G-8 summit in Ireland last June 17-18, first lady Michelle Obama and their two daughters, Sasha and Malia, went on the trip but made sightseeing visits in Dublin, attended a production of Riverdance, and toured a national park, activities that cost U.S. taxpayers $251,161.86, according to Judicial Watch, a ... (more)
On Wednesday next a Donegal girl will attempt to make history by being the first from Donegal to win Gli 1 2r Ti 1 2re.
YOUNG PEOPLE PUT SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIAL ISSUES IN THEIR COMMUNITY. Pictured are L to R, Ciara Cunningham, Hazel Foley, Anisha O'Dwyer and Deirdre Mullins, students from St. Anne's Secondary School, Rosanna Road, Co.Tipperary, at the North Munster Region Young Social Innovators Speak Out event at Lime Tree Theatre, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.
The Ulster Farmers' Union has called on farmers in County Londonderry to get involved in its award-winning Open Farm Weekend initiative which takes place on June 14 and and 15 this year.
The 30 jobs in the region form part of a total 150 jobs to be created across the island of Ireland.
To mark World Autism Day the Northern Health and Social Care Trust is highlighting a service, the first of its kind in Northern Ireland, for people living in the Ballymoney area who are age 16 and over and have been diagnosed with autism.