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Aniar cookery school wins innovative cookery course award

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Galway city’s Michelin star restaurant Anair added yet another accolade to its ever increasing list after its Boutique Cookery School scooped the Innovative Cookery Course award at the Good Food Ireland Awards.

Calleary calls for full restoration of AEOS and DAS

Mayo TD Dara Calleary has spoken out on a Fianna Fáil motion calling for the Government to reverse its cuts to the Agri Options Scheme and the Disadvantaged Areas Scheme.

John Paul lauds ‘fair’ budget

Kilkenny TD John Paul Phelan has said that this week’s Budget is ‘fair’ and that it contains a number of positives for Kilkenny.

‘Buy Local, Buy Irish’ this Christmas

Thousands of Galway’s consumers are making last minute preparations for their Christmas shopping. With this in mind, Agri Aware today launched a consumer campaign encouraging the public to source local Irish produce and support over 250,000 people employed in the agri-food industry.

Agri-food the key sector says John Paul Phelan

Kilkenny TD John Paul Phelan has said the Government recognises the importance and potential of the agri-food industry, as demonstrated by the capital spending programme.

Government recognising importance of agri-food industry

The Government’s capital spending plan for the next five years illustrates that the Fine Gael-led coalition recognises the importance and potential of the agri-food industry, according to Fine Gael public representatives in Mayo.

FF veteran is Kilkenny’s voice in Europe

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

Good news for McGuinness as Martin welcomes ‘opinionated TDs’ to Fianna Fail

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Kilkenny’s agri-food industry urged to stand up and be counted

Agri Aware is encouraging Kilkenny’s agri-food sector to stand up and be counted among Irish consumers and influential policy makers, in a major survey designed to assess just how much agri-food is worth to the economy.

Westmeath’s agri-food industry urged to stand up and be counted

Agri Aware is encouraging Westmeath’s agri-food sector to stand up and be counted among Irish consumers and influential policy makers. From van drivers to accountants, hundreds of Westmeath’s businesses with an income reliant or partially reliant on the sector will be surveyed over the coming weeks. The aim of the research campaign is to quantify and showcase the economic contribution of the agri-food industry.  

 

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