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As Sam Bennett made Irish hearts glow as fiercely as any sparkling City of Light arrondissement, another shining and imperishable Gallic snapshot came rushing across the years.
Sex & Relationships
Justice Minister Helen McEntee said she would consider giving gardai more enforcement powers to tackle Covid-19 parties.
Scotland asked Ireland if this country had spare Covid-19 testing capacity, it has been revealed.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled on Tuesday a new package of tougher measures to try to tackle increasing numbers of Covid-19 cases.
Way back in March when the first virus wave hit we were told curbing it was a marathon not a sprint
New Irish Writing
The discussion, heated at times, about the proposed PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) status for Irish beef is fundamental to the future viability of suckler farming in Ireland.
Isabella Rowatt swapped her high heels for wellies when the 2011 economic crash prompted her to trade city life in Scotland for country life in Donegal.
Forestry & Enviro
A Kildare suckler farmer is pioneering the production and use of biochar in Ireland — a substance which he maintains could reduce greenhouse gas emissions on his farm by as much as 20pc.
Since the removal of milk quotas in 2015 the interest among farmers in switching to dairying has increased.
After 190 days, publican Michael O'Donovan finally re-opened his Castle Inn premises to patrons - and admitted he fought back the tears
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