Ask Miriam: 'I have just turned 40, but feel a little lost'
Ask Miriam
This week, Miriam hears from a reader who longs for a partner and family of her own. But she fears she has left it too late.
10 July 2024 Education
Agri Careers: FLIARA celebrates rural women innovators
An EU-funded project is putting innovative women in agriculture and rural areas centre stage, writes Deirdre Verney.
19 June 2024 Living Life
'Land is all that matters'
The enduring struggle for land has shaped Irish history more than anything else, writes Deirdre Verney.
Tipperary town goes to battle for 'new' residents facing eviction
After five years of successful integration, the people of Borrisokane are fighting the threat of eviction facing 20 families who have come to call north Tipperary home, writes Jacqueline Hogge.
19 June 2024 Features
Editorial: the road home
We're used to hearing stories of young people immigrating, but there are also the stories of people returning home to rural Ireland and they need to be told too, writes Ciara Leahy.
5 June 2024 Editorial
Vacant to vibrant: building a future with the Vacant Property Renovation Grant
Hoping to avail of the Vacant Property Renovation Grant and revive an old cottage in Kerry, Tony Malone and Niamh O’Mahony are bringing Irish Country Living on their journey, writes Tomy Moyles.
5 June 2024 Features
Spilling the tea with Maitre D'
The Maitre D' is back with more Irish food goss and goings-on around the country.
24 April 2024 News
Does Ireland have a viable future in sustainable aquaculture?
Despite the many challenges the Irish aquaculture industry has faced over the years, there are many working to ensure it has a bright and sustainable future, writes Janine Kennedy.
20 March 2024 News
Agri Careers: Uisce Éireann has 700 jobs in rural and urban areas
From field engineers to technical leads, the national water authority has career opportunities across the country as they begin recruiting, writes Sarah McIntosh.
14 February 2024 Careers
Mullooly Matters
Protests around the country have focused on refugees in rural Ireland, but among them are the bravest and the best, writes Ciaran Mullooly.
7 February 2024 Blog
Mullooly Matters
The new Local Link bus service has transformed daily life in many rural towns. We’ve finally achieved parity with our city cousins, writes Ciaran Mullooly.
24 January 2024 Living Life
Over €4.5 million to tackle dereliction and vacancy in rural towns
Minister Heather Humphreys announces funding of over €4.5 million to tackle derelict and vacant buildings in towns across rural Ireland, writes Sarah McIntosh
15 January 2024 News