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Glenveagh Properties looking to raise more than €200m in fresh equity

Listed housebuilder Glenveagh Properties is looking to raise more than €200m in fresh equity. Source link

World's oldest bread shows hunter-gathers were baking 4,000 years before birth of farming

While farmers are known for their love of a buttery or toasted sliced pan after a morning out in the field, it turns...

France, Germany call for stable EU farm budget post-Brexit

France and Germany want the European Union’s agriculture budget to be maintained at its current level once Britain leaves the bloc, the French...

Cash, cars, livestock and homes worth €7m seized – Criminals reeling as CAB targets gangs...

A FRESH emphasis on the organised crime and travelling gangs responsible for the nationwide burglary spree of the past few years has been...

Spanish hotel chain worth checking out in long term

If someone wanted a barometer to measure how the world has changed, especially in the last 60 or 70 years, international tourism might...

UK takeover panel raises Sky stakes

The body that oversees UK takeovers raised the minimum price that the Walt Disney Company must pay for British pay-TV company Sky Plc...

'It is always the farmer who has to pay for regulations'

Kevin Comiskey was delighted with the quality of the hay he was baling at his home farm in north Leitrim last week. It...

The landless young man who became a champion pedigree beef breeder

As a landless young man buying his first pure-bred Hereford, Peter Casey seemed unlikely to have his name carved in the annals of...

Native bees being wiped out by pesticides

Farmers could unknowingly be killing tens of thousands of bees by spraying pesticides, according to the Federation of Irish Beekeepers' Associations (FIBA). Source link...

Mortgage holders paying €2,600 more a year here than on the Continent

HOME buyers in this country are paying thousands of euro more a year than people on the Continent. Source link

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