William Kellett

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William Kellett

Journalism Intern

William Kellett is a third year Journalism and New Media student at the University of Limerick. He hails from Co. Meath and comes from a farming background on both sides of his family. Outside of writing he is a former winner of the Irish National Racing Driver of the Year award.

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‘We cannot tell ourselves this is not my business, it is not my problem’

‘We cannot tell ourselves this is not my business, it is not my problem’

“We can help our neighbours, show them that they are not alone, that there is hope for a better tomorrow.”...

Strutt and Parker to complete carbon audits on farms in Cairngorms

Strutt and Parker to complete carbon audits on farms in Cairngorms

Strutt and Parker is helping the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) to deliver on a plan to address the climate...

Monocultures of conifers can be more resilient to spring drought – study

Monocultures of conifers can be more resilient to spring drought – study

Monocultures of some of the UK’s most economically important conifers may be more resilient to spring drought than mixed-species forests,...

Prisoners to learn farming skills in vegetable growing scheme

Prisoners to learn farming skills in vegetable growing scheme

A trial scheme being run by a prison in Worcestershire, will see prisoners trained in growing vegetables and learning skills...

Rural Affairs minister to visit Anglesey Show today

Rural Affairs minister to visit Anglesey Show today

One of Wales’ premier agricultural shows, the Anglesey Show, returns this week (August 9-10) which is good news for the...

£3.3m of funding awarded for planting Miscanthus

£3.3m of funding awarded for planting Miscanthus

A project to facilitate more planting of the bioenergy crop miscanthus has been awarded over £3.3 million in funding through...

BVA survey reveals 24% of cats are not having welfare needs met

BVA survey reveals 24% of cats are not having welfare needs met

Vets are encouraging all cat owners to check that they are meeting their cats’ welfare needs as according to a...

Doncaster flood wall to be repaired following 2019 storms

Doncaster flood wall to be repaired following 2019 storms

The Environment Agency is starting a project to repair a 60m flood wall in Sprotbrough, Doncaster, which was damaged during...

Unsung Hero award presented by NFU Scotland

Unsung Hero award presented by NFU Scotland

National Farmers’ Union (NFU) Scotland’s North East members presented their annual ‘Unsung Hero’ award to Patrick Sleigh at a reception...

John Deere online careers event targets military service leavers

John Deere online careers event targets military service leavers

John Deere is calling on former and soon-to-be ex-servicemen and women to consider joining its dealership network as qualified technicians....

Rhug Estate claims two Great Taste awards

Rhug Estate claims two Great Taste awards

Rhug Estate has won two Great Taste awards for its organic Welsh lamb chops and organic Aberdeen Angus beef rump-steak....

306ac of Grade 1 land on the market in Kent

306ac of Grade 1 land on the market in Kent

A highly versatile block of first-class arable land valued at £3.4 million has been put up for sale by Strutt...

US importers say opportunities exist for UK lamb

US importers say opportunities exist for UK lamb

UK lamb will have plenty of commercial opportunities within the US once shipments commence, according to an American meat importer....

Essex man jailed for 14 months for waste offences

Essex man jailed for 14 months for waste offences

A 40-year-old man who ignored Environment Agency warnings to stop illegally importing and burning waste at two Essex sites has...

Welsh shearer aims to break solo shearing record

Welsh shearer aims to break solo shearing record

An experienced Welsh shearer will be making a record-breaking attempt to shear more than 873 lambs in nine hours later...

Lloyds Bank announces new deputy head of agriculture

Lloyds Bank announces new deputy head of agriculture

Lloyds Bank has announced the appointment of Kirsty Sadler as its new deputy head of agriculture. Sadler, who lives in...

ARCZero to host farm walk on Coleraine farm

ARCZero to host farm walk on Coleraine farm

ARCZero, a farmer-led European Innovation Project co-funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Department of...

ABP wins 20 stars at 2022 Great Taste awards

ABP wins 20 stars at 2022 Great Taste awards

ABP has been awarded a total of 20 stars for 14 of its products at the prestigious annual 2022 Great...