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# Charlie McConalogue

Last month
February 2024
Greyhound stadiums criticised for promoting races to children and families
People Before Profit TD Paul Murphy said the ‘reality’ of the industry is being hidden from children.
Last year
2023
McConalogue urged to tackle agriculture emissions as he prepares to co-host event with UAE
Under-pressure Justice Minister announces review of the use of force for gardaí
Nitrates limit change to proceed as planned after Minister's meeting with EU Commissioner
Taoiseach and three ministers are off to South Korea to promote Irish beef and trade
Agriculture minister not overruled by Taoiseach on EU nitrates issue, colleague insists
Taoiseach to seek meeting with EU Commission on nitrates derogation after meeting farmers
Farmer groups picket Agriculture Minister's meeting following nitrates cut
Stricter laws on ownership of dogs with cropped ears to kick in on 1 September
Stricter laws on ownership of dogs with cropped ears to be introduced in coming weeks
Supermarket price cuts can't come at the expense of farmers, McConalogue says
Agriculture Minister says farmers 'very much up for' scheme that would see reduction in dairy herd
Dogs seized as greyhound allegedly 'found being eaten by wildlife' near trainer's yard
Ireland to contribute funding to delivery of 500 tonnes of seed potatoes to Ukraine
Dog owners who cannot control their pet should be treated as 'social pariahs', says McConalogue
Coillte forestry deal 'not government's preferred option', admits agriculture minister
Working group established around dog control and ownership after recent 'harrowing scenes'
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McConalogue writes to Cabinet in effort to tighten laws around control of dogs
‘Unacceptable cultural barriers’ preventing women taking over family farms
Measure to keep all poultry inside to tackle bird flu comes into force today
'It would touch anybody's heart': Creeslough comes together for the first of 10 funerals
Agriculture Minister hits out at Putin's 'despotic regime' and 'weaponising' of food
'Impossible' targets would undermine agri-sector's 'green image', McConalogue told Ryan
New low-cost loan scheme for small businesses announced by Government
€32m to be given to local councils for repairs and upgrades to marine infrastructure
Farmers say they will 'play our part in national effort' as minister to ask them to plant crops
Mica redress decision to come before Cabinet ‘soon’, says McConalogue
What is the Common Agricultural Policy, and how is it being changed to tackle climate change?
How do you solve a problem like Ireland's cows?
Agriculture sector to have ‘really ambitious targets’ for reducing emissions
'Trust parents': Archbishop says sacraments should proceed despite public health advice
Minister asks public and churches for patience on communions and confirmations
Dunmore East fishermen tell Minister: 'Every year it's getting harder to make a living'
No plans to delay 5 July reopening as Cabinet discusses Delta variant
'No longer appropriate': Cabinet signs off on fur farming ban and compensation scheme for farmers
Fishermen angry over Brexit and new quotas are sailing into Cork to march on Taoiseach's office
An estimated 50 fishing vessels are taking part in the protest this morning, some of which started hooting as it passed a nearby naval base.
"Surely we're entitled to catch at least half the fish in our own waters?" a fisherman asked The Journal.
Minister for Agriculture and the Marine Charlie McConalogue said fishermen faced a "challenge" post-Brexit.
Minister told greyhound racing not sustainable from commercial perspective during Covid prior to State funding boost
Martin vows to lead Fianna Fáil into next election
Dog theft crackdown as more severe punishments could be on the way
Recall of potentially unsafe Virapro hand sanitisers still not completed, Minister says