Irish Examiner launches new-look Weekend magazine

Irish Examiner launches new-look Weekend magazine

The Irish Examiner will tomorrow launch a new-look Weekend magazine full of great lifestyle features and content for all readers.

Regular columnists Louise O'Neill and Caroline O'Donoghue will continue to bring quality content, with weekly features relevant to the masses.

Each week, food writes Darina Allen, Derval O'Rourke, the Currabinny Cooks and Michelle Darmody will deliver new recipes, making mealtimes more fun and adventurous.

Annmarie O'Connor will bring you the top tips in fashion as part of ieStyle, while Pat Fitzpatrick unveils his new TV review column.

There's even activity and colouring page for kids.

Pick up your new Weekend magazine in tomorrow's Irish Examiner tomorrow.

You can also subscribe to our ePaper here, or our new home delivery service to get your hands on a digital and/or physical copy of the Irish Examiner.

Irish Examiner launches new-look Weekend magazine

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