Irish Country Living
Keywest: 'busking shaped us'
Keywest started out jamming in a housing estate in Dublin, were shaped by busking on streets across Ireland and have now gone on to play gigs the world over, writes Anne O’Donoghue
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Life gets much easier for a suckler farmer in Co Clare
Paul Crowe is a farmer who needed better calving facilities. He realised that outside of the traditional financing methods, there are more suitable options available, including the Cultivate loan.
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Leading renewable energy show returns with dedicated farm diversification advice
Energy & Rural Business Show Ireland comes from the creators of Energy Now Expo Ireland which will celebrate three years of success in October 2019.
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Kick Start supplier development at Lidl
In 2017, Lidl developed Kick Start, a supplier development programme in conjunction with Bord Bia to give Irish food and drink suppliers the chance to showcase their products and grow their business
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Listowel Races: it’s a feeling
The Race is on … to Munster’s biggest and best harvest racing festival. Listowel will host its 161th harvest racing festival from Sunday to Saturday 8 to 14 September.
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Dairymaster bursaries awarded to WIT students
The Dairymaster Student Award recognises the achievements of BSc (Hons) in Agricultural Science degree students with the best final year project presentations.
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Mid-size properties show west Corks contrasts
Pat Maguire, Skibbereen has two west Cork properties in the 50-60ac bracket. Typical of their localities, they demonstrate the land type variability’s of the region.