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Renewables
Meath is Ireland’s solar power capital
Stephen Robb
Data from the statistics provider Green Collective shows that May was a record month for solar power, and Co Meath is the solar powerhouse of Ireland.
12 June 2024 News
Two vets censured over TB testing misconduct
The allegations against one vet related to him failing to test adequately or at all one or more animals when conducting TB tests on herds.
6 June 2024 News
Energy and Farm Diversification Show to take place on 18 July
Minister McConalogue has launched the Energy and Farm Diversification Show 2024, which will take place on Thursday 18 July at Gurteen Agricultural College.
Honey yields back by 40% as weather hits hives
Honey output has dropped by 30% to 40% over the last year as a result of the poor weather.
5 June 2024 News
LAWPRO getting into its stride
The Local Authority Waters Programme was established to facilitate a co-ordinated regional approach to the Water Framework Directive.
5 June 2024 Dealer
Camera at the Mart: large numbers falling off in Nenagh
Shanon Kinahan reports from the weekly dairy sale in Central Auctions Nenagh Mart.
5 June 2024 Markets
Coolmore companies net over €450,000 in CAP payments
As well as bloodstock, Coolmore also has a substantial tillage enterprise and cattle operation.
5 June 2024 News
Balcony with a view for €1.4m in Tipperary
Turtulla Lodge is an attractive old farmhouse on a 67.5ac holding just outside of Thurles – it has plenty of interesting features that make it a lovely family home, writes Paul Mooney.
22 May 2024 Property
New Teagasc demonstration farm rearing 300 dairy-beef calves launched
The farm in Co Tipperary is leased for 15 years from April 2022 and is rearing over 300 dairy-beef calves to finish each year.
22 May 2024 News
Major Tipperary hydro project edges closer
Silvermines Hydro is a proposed 360MW hydroelectric power station in Silvermines, Co Tipperary, and will be the largest hydro project of its kind in Ireland.
20 May 2024 Renewables
Opinion: following in TJ Maher's footsteps is a daunting challenge
The first direct elections to the European Parliament saw TJ Maher dominate the Munster poll, beginning a 15-year career for the former IFA president.
18 May 2024 Opinion
Discharge from Tipperary Co-op leaks into Arra River
The EPA said that the co-op notified the authority on 7 May of an incident on site.
17 May 2024 News