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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Miriam Lord: Here come the Bridezillas to give Government a good dressing-down Wedded blitz:   Orla Hogan, Ali O’Mara, Briana Cullen, Anna Killeen and Orla Ó hUadhaigh  protest at the Department of Health over restrictions on numbers of guests at weddings. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Health officials quake as brides-to-be march on the department, but where were the frills?

Fintan O’Toole: Shocking news, Irish people may be sanest in Europe The EU country with the highest level of acceptance of the need to be vaccinated is Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The low level of anti-vaccine sentiment is a very good sign for our democracy

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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