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IFA National Environment Chairman Thomas Cooney has welcomed the pragmatic decision by Transport Minister Shane Ross to limit the requirement for compulsory roadworthiness testing to tractors doing non-agricultural work, and with a maximum design speed exceeding 40km/hr.

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Following representations made by IFA, the Road Safety Authority has agreed to “adopt a pragmatic approach when reviewing drivers’ hours compliance with driving and resting time periods” in respect of delivery and collection of animal fodder.

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IFA Environment Chairman Thomas Cooney has called for increased TAMS funding to be directed to support the uptake and use of low emission slurry spreading technology on farms in Ireland.

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IFA Environment Chairman Thomas Cooney has called on Minister for Transport, Shane Ross to immediately commence consultations with farmers and landowners affected by greenways, following his recognition today that farmers across that country have not been treated properly.

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The National Planning Framework is due to be officially launched by Government tomorrow, along with the State’s ten year capital investment plan.

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