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News Articles for 2016


Indicators On For Great Parking

Thursday 1st September, 2016

Ever been tempted to knock on a stranger's door and ask if you can park in their vacant driveway for a couple of hours whilst you do your shopping?

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New Entry For Pre-Schoolers

Friday 26th August, 2016

With many small children spending a great part of their day in the care of others, particularly in the pre-school environment, out of sight shouldn't necessarily mean out of mind and unrecorded.

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Making A Dent In The Market

Thursday 18th August, 2016

You know it shouldn't hurt but somehow it does. That crushing disappointment as you notice the dent in your pride and joy in the carpark is nothing like the dent in your wallet you fear it will take to fix it.

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I Spy With My Butterfly

Thursday 11th August, 2016

As any parent of young children will tell you, the great challenge is in prompting good behaviour without resorting to the threat of punishment.

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He Shoots, ClubApp Scores

Thursday 28th July, 2016

In a world where sports fans can follow professional big match action from anywhere across the globe, followers of local, amateur games are left short-changed.

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To Hold You Soft And Near

Thursday 16th June, 2016

Surgery of any kind can leave us feeling raw and vulnerable; this is after all an attack on the body, albeit well-intentioned.

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A Pocketful of Squares

Thursday 9th June, 2016

They say great style never goes out of fashion, but it's taken the rise to prominence of slick dresser Conor McGregor, and the popularity of TV programmes such as Peaky Blinders and Mad Men to turn a whole new generation on to the appeal of such fashion items as th

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A Place At The Table

Thursday 2nd June, 2016

Although it's a popular claim, one size fits all hardly ever works for everyone. Invariably, that one size that seems to suit everyone else, leaves someone feeling very left out.

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How To Make A Happy Camper

Thursday 26th May, 2016

Even the most cheerful of festival-goers can become heavy-hearted when faced with the prospect of lugging camping gear from home to festival site.

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Heads Up On Audio Headgear

Thursday 19th May, 2016

More and more, modern life seems to demand a soundtrack.

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Talking To My Generation

Thursday 12th May, 2016

As adults, we're often quick to dismiss the opinions of teenagers on world affairs as ill-informed and superficial, particularly as seen and heard on social media.

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To The Waters + The Wild

Thursday 5th May, 2016

After a slow start, the return to nature in what we eat is finally well-established as both a lifestyle choice and a viable market, with all of the major supermarket retailers now featuring a substantial 'free-from' section or aisle.

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Winning Hearts & Minders

Thursday 28th April, 2016

Whilst recovery from a heart attack often begins in the hospital, it doesn't have to end there.

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Flipping Food-Ordering On Its Head

Thursday 14th April, 2016

The world of fast food moves fast, but not quickly enough for the many of us whose hunger pangs are frustrated by the often elaborate means of ordering it for delivery or collection.

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Have Book, Will Time Travel

Thursday 7th April, 2016

My recollection of the subjects I learned at school is patchy at best, but those hazy memories are of a series of lessons in stand-alone subjects, which bore little or no relation to one another.

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Waited On Hand And Foot

Thursday 31st March, 2016

Although modern life doesn't make quite the same demands on the body in terms of physical labour as before, hands and feet remain busy body parts.

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Growing The Missing Pieces

Thursday 24th March, 2016

Although the human body demonstrates remarkable powers of regeneration, it still falls short of the extraordinary feats of self-repair which many other creatures possess.

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Airing Clean Laundr.ie

Thursday 10th March, 2016

The hard-pressed but neatly dressed professional appreciates more than most the value of a laundry service.

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Someone To WatchOver Me

Thursday 3rd March, 2016

For the anxious parent of a wandering child, out of sight and earshot can quickly mean out of mind with worry.

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What To Wear Under Cover

Thursday 25th February, 2016

Briefly put, many males are reluctant to shop for the bare necessities of clothing, those essential items that are glimpsed rather than seen by all except their nearest and dearest.

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What To Do In A Jam

Thursday 18th February, 2016

There is much evidence, even in mainstream retailing, to suggest that customers are looking for something out of the ordinary when they make their weekly shop.

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In The Bag? Queezy Does It!

Thursday 11th February, 2016

Throwing up, whether as a result of car or sea-sickness, pregnancy or a tummy bug, is never a pleasant experience.

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Help At Hand For Helping Hands

Thursday 4th February, 2016

The call for volunteers to help in any worthy cause typically prompts a generous response from people willing to lend a hand.

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Are You Going My Way?

Friday 29th January, 2016

On Kickstart Your Business: For many people, the cost of travelling alone in a taxi is prohibitive and probably puts the brakes on many a night out.

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Early Signs Are Great For SuperHands

Thursday 21st January, 2016

Although the early years in your child's life are typically filled with the joys of discovery and connection for both baby and parents alike, they can bring their own share of frustrations too.

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Living The Sports Dream

Thursday 7th January, 2016

Although many youngsters dream of making a career out of their chosen sport, the winner-takes-all philosophy that prevails in most professional sports means that the road to success is by no means a certain one.

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