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Tight numbers drive on beef prices for all grades   Photo: Gerry Mooney The united line on factory prices, such a feature of the factory trade since late last year, has continued to fracture as the search by agents for fit stock has increased competition. Quotes for bullocks yesterday morning ranged from €3.85-3.90/kg with heifers seeing €3.95-4.00/kg. One farmer with extensive knowledge and experience...
Landmark site on key junction of N11 for €2.5m Period property: Mount Salem in Dublin 18 A HOUSE on a landmark corner gateway site on the Stillorgan dual carriageway is for sale with a €2.5m asking price. Known as Mount Salem and located at the White’s Cross junction of the N11 and the Leopardstown Road in Dublin 18, the house sits...
Housebuilder Barratt to show strength as winning streak continues Rivals have been sounding the alarm bell over Brexit. Figures from Nationwide show that house prices have now been increasing by less than 1% annually for five months in a row (Joe Giddens/PA) Barratt Developments will report to the market this week with the housebuilder expected to continue its strong run of form...
As Kerrygold reaches €1bn retail sales farmers demand 'strong consistent' milk price Photo: Clare Keogh Farmers have called for a more consistent price for their milk after it was revealed that Kerrygold, has become the first Irish food brand to exceeded €1 billion in annual retail value. The Kerrygold brand was created by Sir Anthony O’Reilly, CEO of what was then called...
Two men killed as farm wall collapses The incident happened at a property off the road between Linlithgow and Falkirk. Police and forensic officers attending the scene at the farm (Jane Barlow/PA) Two men have died and two others were injured as a wall collapsed at a farm. The incident happened at a property near Whitecross, in the Falkirk area, at around 10.10am...
Student is shot dead 20 years on from Columbine   Police are seen outside STEM School Highlands Ranch, a charter middle school in the Denver suburb of Highlands Ranch, Colo. after a shooting on Tuesday. AP Photo/David Zalubowski One student died and eight classmates were injured on Tuesday in a shooting at a suburban Denver school, law enforcement authorities said, less than...
Trump heeds gun lobby and pulls US out of arms treaty Taking aim: Donald Trump gestures to the crowd as he prepares to sign a document rejecting the UN Arms Trade Treaty. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images US president Donald Trump yesterday announced at the National Rifle Association's (NRA) annual meeting that the United States will drop out of an international arms...
Russia plane crash survivor recalls lightning Investigators are still working to understand what happened to cause the plane to ignite in a fireball upon landing. A crane lifts the damaged aircraft (AP) A survivor of the Russian commercial airliner that crash-landed in Moscow on Sunday, killing 41 people, has said there was lightning moments before the plane began its emergency descent. Investigators are...
Dan O'Brien: 'We can all breathe easier with oxygen of economic growth pumping through the EU - for now at least' With Brexit, Donald Trump’s threats of trade wars and trouble in the euro area never far over the horizon, there is no shortage of things that could clobber the Irish economy. Photo: Reuters/Joshua Roberts AIR: when you have it, you...
Watch: Liverpool team sing You’ll Never Walk Alone with fans after comeback win The emotional scenes came after the Reds stunned Barcelona in the Champions League. Liverpool players line up in front of their fans following the remarkable comeback against Barcelona (Peter Byrne/PA) The Liverpool team stood together to sing You’ll Never Walk Alone with their fans after their stunning comeback victory...

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