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“Farmers mental health is at an all-time low”

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Concern has been expressed that the mental health of farmers is at “an all-time low”.

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‘Crisis as beef farmers are on their knees’ – Crowe

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As beef farmers continue to protest around the country, pressure is mounting on the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed to address what has been described as “a crisis”.

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Tulla veterinary clinic unable to extend premises due to derelict buildings

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Neighbouring derelict buildings in Tulla are preventing one business from expanding on their premises.

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Clare shareholders to be affected in Tuesday’s AGM of Kerry Co Op

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Contrasting views have been put forward ahead of Tuesday’s AGM of Kerry Co-op with several Clare shareholders to be affected from a vote on the creameries redemption scheme.

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‘Quality canvassing’ key for Pat Burke

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Pat Burke will mark ten years as a county councillor when the local authority sits down for it’s June meeting next week.

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Woulfe hoping to blow down the doors of Clare County Council

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*Joseph Woulfe When it comes to being a county councillor, first-time local election candidate Joseph Woulfe insisted it’s people skills not political experience that is required.

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Farming, fishing & tourism key to combating rural depopulation – Murphy

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*Cillian Murphy. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan Fifteen years on from last seeking a seat on Clare County Council, Cillian Murphy feels “it’s time” to try bring pro community and West Clare ideas to the local authority.

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Transferring the family farm? Things to consider…

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The Family Farm is more than a business , it’s a legacy and lifestyle worth preserving – William Cahir ARE you ready to retire? Transferring the farm to somebody else means that you will no longer be in control of the farm business, writes William Cahir, of Cahir & Co Solicitors. Can you accept that…

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Shannon Airport offer to harvest site to help ease fodder crisis

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SHANNON Airport has pledged its support to farmers battling the current fodder crisis by offering to repeat its intervention of 2013 when it harvested silage from its 400 acre site. The Airport’s operations team will meet with farm representatives over the coming days to explore the need to fast-track cutting of grass on the airport…

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RTE Archives: Disco dancing cows of Ennis

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Disco Dancing Cows: RTE

AH 1986, it was a simpler time. Some major landmarks in Irish history took place that year including the death of Phil Lynott, the rejection of the divorce referendum and the official opening of Knock Airport But more importantly than all of that, on this day in 1986, the disco dancing cows of Ennis were…

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