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Affordable flavours of India, and cleverly located as well

Affordable flavours of India, and cleverly located as well

Ruchii joins the ranks of solid, affordable neighbourhood restaurants in the Dublin suburbs

Not your average Beara

Not your average Beara

A new deluxe hardback by landscape photographer Norman McCloskey captures the rugged beauty of the west Cork peninsula in all its distinctive glory

A trio of delectable winter dishes

A trio of delectable winter dishes

This week, Graeme Dodrill, head chef at Peploe’s on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin (peploes.com), has three recipes designed for a cosy winter dinner party

TV: The human cost of a shameful stitch-up

TV: The human cost of a shameful stitch-up

Whistleblower – The Maurice McCabe Story (RTÉ One), was, quite simply, a very accomplished and absorbing documentary

Raising the roof: Ireland's choral craze

Raising the roof: Ireland's choral craze

Amateur choirs are having a heyday - and across the nation, people seeking the mental health benefits of singing and the chance to make friends ‘in real life’ are singing loud and proud

Album reviews

Album reviews

Theatre: Harrowing story of sexual assault is uncompromising and impressive

Theatre: Harrowing story of sexual assault is uncompromising and impressive

Despite its grim conclusion, Asking For It is a story that needs to be told again and again, if we expect to change attitudes to sexual assault in Ireland

48 hours in... Belfast

48 hours in... Belfast

Zone out all talk of the word that starts with a B and rhymes with exit, and spend two days with the family in Belfast

Nature girls

Nature girls

Dublin-based sisters Dairine and Keira Kennedy drew inspiration from flora in the woods for their latest collection of cashmere sweaters, writes Elaine Prendeville

All the trimmings

All the trimmings

Jessie Collins rounds up some tasteful touches that will get you in the Christmas mood

Shining a light on life in direct provision

Shining a light on life in direct provision

Writer Melatu Uche Okorie had planned to study law, but that changed when she and her daughter sought asylum in Ireland - and spent the next eight-and-a-half years in direct provision

On-message in a bottle: Darren Kennedy

On-message in a bottle: Darren Kennedy

Dismiss Darren Kennedy as hot air at your peril: the effervescent Dubliner credits his success across a dizzying array of projects to ‘preparation’ and sticking to his values as he launches a new range of grooming products

BMW blasts away the winter blues

BMW blasts away the winter blues

It’s not the season you would normally think of driving a soft top, but the new Z4 certainly blows away the cobwebs

Czechmate: Skoda’s next move is an assured one

Czechmate: Skoda’s next move is an assured one

In the past two decades, Škoda has come on a significant amount, and is fast becoming one of the most successful car companies in Europe

Going nowhere when you just can’t get a plug

Going nowhere when you just can’t get a plug

Charge anxiety: the trials and tribulations of electric-only drivers