Changes to cooking and shopping routines offer food for thought The results of the Teagasc research were published in the Irish Journal of Agriculture and Food Research in May 2021.

Teagasc research has found that Irish people’s habits changed during the first Covid-19 lockdown with some quite positive results

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Philomena Lee case to be one of lead actions over Mother and Baby homes report Philomena Lee,  who was sent to the Sean Ross Abbey Mother and Baby Home in Roscrea, Co Tipperary, when she became pregnant aged 18. When her son was aged three, he was sent for adoption by a US couple.  File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

High Court agrees to hear two of eight challenges in late October or November

One dead, four missing after huge explosion at German chemicals plant Smoke billowing from the chemical industry area of Chempark in Leverkusen, Germany. Photograph: Oliver Berg/DPA via AP

31 injured in blast at plant in Leverkusen after tank containing solvents caught fire

Why more and more non-business graduates are choosing to study at UCD Smurfit School A view of the UCD Smurfit School

A Smurfit MSc can improve attractiveness to employers, says UCD’s Elaine Aherne

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