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Calleary slams proposed changes to third level grant system

Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has repeated a call on the Education Minister to reconsider proposed changes to the third level grant system that will discriminate against thousands of farmers and self employed workers across the west.

Referendum public information meeting to be held in Ballina

A number of prominent local and national speakers have been lined up for a public information meeting on tonight (Friday May 4) at 8pm in the Hotel Ballina, Foxford Road, Ballina, on the EU Stability Treaty.

European Fiscal Treaty - for and against

Yes - Fine Gael

Durban climate talks provide no real solution for agriculture

IFA president John Bryan has described the recent climate talks in Durban as an ‘opportunity missed’ to recognise the important carbon sinks associated with grassland and forestry, and to address the dual challenges of increasing global demand for food while reducing international greenhouse gas emissions.

Kilkenny woman’s photo appears in national calendar

Erica McNiece of Hugginstown in Co Kilkenny will appear in the Irish Farmers’ Association’s calendar for 2012.

FF veteran is Kilkenny’s voice in Europe

In the EU Parliament there are 750 MEPs, only 12 of whom are from Ireland.

Peugeot enters partnership deal with the IFA

Peugeot and the Irish Farmers’ Association have announced a new partnership at this week’s 80th National Ploughing Championships in Athy.

Peugeot enters partnership deal with the IFA

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Peugeot and the Irish Farmers’ Association have announced a new partnership at this week’s 80th National Ploughing Championships in Athy.

Peugeot enters partnership deal with the IFA

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Peugeot and the Irish Farmers’ Association are proud to announce a new partnership, to be launched at the occasion of the 80th National Ploughing Championships in Athy, from September 20.

RSA and IFA issue joint road safety appeal

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) have urged road users to take extra care as the number of tractors, trailers and other farm machinery using the roads increases over the summer months.

 

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