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Glanbia will bolster its position as Europe’s leading mozzarella cheese manufacturer with the opening of new €130m production plant in Co Laois. The (...)

When I googled “how to pack your bag” last week I got 449 million results, more than “how to end poverty” and “how to cure cancer” combined

The other day I caught up with a well-travelled American friend who had outdone himself this year by managing to see penguins in Antarctica, gorillas (...)

Sir Hans Sloane  - personal physician to three British monarchs

With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visiting Dublin this week, it’s worth recalling the remarkable life of an Irishman who enjoyed unparalleled access(...)

Givenchy tweed coat with brown belt, Gucci leather wrap with white skirt, Erdem silver skirt

Oversize coats and jackets, mismatched tweeds, fuller skirts, colourful prints, embellishment and 1980s references – prepare yourself for the new seas(...)

The Patient Safety Bill, brought to Government last week by Minister for Health Simon Harris, is an important step forward in ensuring open disclosure becomes a central part of healthcare in the Republic. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Patient Safety Bill, approved by Government last week, is an important step in ensuring open disclosure becomes a central part of healthcare in th(...)

Picnic at Hanging Rock: this six-part adaptation will set out to find the answers to what really happened

Puppy Love Monday, BBC1, 7.30pm Some mutts would much rather roll around in something smelly or run through a muddy puddle than subject themselves to (...)

McDowell Mountain Preserve, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Some places are iconic: spots so mythologised by films and TV that it can be easy to feel disappointed with the real thing. Being in such places can b(...)

“Soon, I believe we will try to source natural wines the same way we value free-range organic chicken.” Photograph: iStock

I’ve always been eager to learn more about wine since Colm McCan brought the subject to life for me in Ballymaloe. Food and wine go hand in hand. So I(...)

Irish woman Bridget Lawlor in St Chad’s Hospital in Birmingham in 1955. Photograph: Raymond Kleboe/Picture Post/Getty Images

“No society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick person is denied medical aid because of lack of means,” said Mr Aneurin Bevan, UK ministe(...)

UK prime minister Theresa May and her husband Philip arrive for a church service near to her Maidenhead constituency on Sunday. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire.

Britain’s public health service has started “significant planning” to ensure medicines are still supplied to patients if the government fails to negot(...)

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