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Editorial: focusing on health
Ciara Leahy
Health is part of the weekly foundation of our publication, and with that we have themed this issue around it, writes Ciara Leahy.
3 April 2024 Editorial
Editorial: breastfeeding - it's the versus I have a problem with
The government need to step up and support parents with newborn babies more -whether they breast or bottle feed their child, writes Ciara Leahy.
27 March 2024 Editorial
Editorial: Irish lamb producers are raising the bar
Your leg of lamb may cost you a bit more this Easter but spending on quality is always worth it, writes Ciara Leahy.
Editorial: a St Patrick's Day parade to remember
The spark of this year’s parade was the fusion of people celebrating their own sense of Irishness, writes Ciara Leahy.
20 March 2024 Editorial
The landing of the Land Report
The Land Report has landed; is there anything more satisfying than finding out what that nearby farm could have fetched under the gavel, writes Ciara Leahy.
13 March 2024 Editorial
Mother's Day - the joy of being an Irish mammy
Irish mothers are celebrated in this week's issue but it's not an easy day for many and we have aimed to be sensitive in our approach.
6 March 2024 Editorial
Musical magic at Jim of the Mills
Rural pubs are in sharp decline but that elusive combination of culture, music and a warm welcome keeps Jim of the Mills in Tipperary packed on a Thursday night, writes Ciara Leahy.
28 February 2024 Editorial
Editorial-Walking the road together
Katherine O'Leary's columns documenting her cancer journey lit up the airwaves on RTE's Countrywide last Saturday morning, writes Ciara Leahy.
21 February 2024 Editorial
Editorial: pass the Lemsip
All the lessons that have been drilled into us in recent years - in terms of limiting infection - really have fallen to the wayside, writes Ciara Leahy.
14 February 2024 Editorial
Editorial: making it work
I'm not sure I could work with my husband but many farming couples have the working relationship figured out, writes Ciara Leahy.
7 February 2024 Editorial
Alice Doyle: from grassroots through the glass ceiling
This weekend is a celebration of Irish women and Alice Doyle is already making an impact in the IFA as the first female deputy president in the organisation’s 69-year history, writes Ciara Leahy.
31 January 2024 Features
Editorial: celebrating St Brigid's Day
For years, St Brigid was the warm-up act for the main man himself, St Patrick - but in our age of equality, she has finally been awarded the spotlight, writes Ciara Leahy.
31 January 2024 Editorial