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Together at a distance

The upcoming Irish Cardiac Society 71st Annual Scientific Meeting will give the virtual attendees access to a range of national and international experts in their fields. Ahead of the meeting, the Society’s President Prof Jim Crowley discusses how Irish cardiologists have had to adapt to the challenges presented by Covid-19 and the potential opportunities for…

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The Demonisation of Fat

I inherited my love of cooking and gardening very definitely from my mother. My obsession with secondhand bookshops came from my father, along with another unconscious bequest: A small appetite, especially for a male somewhat over six feet tall in old money. My mother’s approach to food was always generous. Her philosophy in the kitchen…

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BMW’s electrified 5-Series

Morgan Flanagan Creagh The BMW 5-Series has long been a stalwart of Irish roads. A famous silhouette that adorned parking spots outside buildings through the length and breadth of this country. This year the 5-Series, will increase its hybrid offering from two to five plug-in hybrid models by November 2020. The hybrid 5-Series was the…

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Ford’s new take on its Puma

Morgan Flanagan Creagh reviews the new sporty Puma on the prowl When I was a boy, the Ford Puma was a small sports coupé, driven, predominantly, by hairdressers throughout Europe. It was one of the cars I fancied as a potential first car in my early teens as it came with an Anti-Social Behaviour Order…

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MINI’s new Countryman has all bases covered

Morgan Flanagan Creagh reviews the latest range of Countryman offerings from Mini It’s been a very long time since the Mini was actually mini and the beefed-up Countryman is the biggest of the range. The big Mini has had some design updates for 2020 and a plug-in hybrid system. It’s also available with two petrol…

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