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Corolla living up to its name

Corolla living up to its name

Toyota has big plans for its rejuvenated, rebranded Corolla, spearheaded by hybrid power

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

Three seats, 403km/h top speed and 0-300km/h in 12.8 seconds – all for €3 million. Welcome to the rarefied world of the McLaren Speedtail.

Get a grip on when to use your winter tyres

Get a grip on when to use your winter tyres

Should Irish motorists consider winter tyres? The short answer is ‘probably not’, but it’s still worth weighing up the pros and cons before you make up your own mind.

On test this week: BMW X4

On test this week: BMW X4

Leigh fluffs his big historical moment

Leigh fluffs his big historical moment

There’s something dusty and clumsy about Mike Leigh's Peterloo that saps the film of its zeal and urgency; a fogginess that settles early and never lifts.

Discovering TV

Discovering TV

Tinney takes to the road for his 60th birthday

Tinney takes to the road for his 60th birthday

Chess With Sam Collins

Chess With Sam Collins

This week

This week

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Attention Seeker

Attention Seeker

Having caught the bug young, and interned with no less than Philip Treacy, Freya Oatway of FAO Millinery is creating hats and headpieces for people who love her marriage of luxe fabrics and a modern approach, writes Elaine Prendeville

With or without U2

With or without U2

Today’s kids don’t listen to much radio. They have record players, Spotify and YouTube; they rap, sing or play drums; they like Villagers or Van Morrison. But they don’t, mostly, listen to U2. As the nation’s most famous foursome play four dates at the 3Arena, Nadine O’Regan asks a group of young people what music by ‘older people’ they like, and what U2 would have to do to win their hearts

To Try, Buy or Put By

To Try, Buy or Put By

Meet French wine’s latest label

Meet French wine’s latest label

Shifting political landscapes mean the Languedoc-Roussillon label has been shelved. But the new region of Occitanie allows us to focus less on the price, and more on the wine

Off Message

Off Message

These days, it’s all about being on brand – so it’s time to know yours well, and choose your language accordingly.