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Ask an expert: What can I do to help cope with sudden bereavement?

There’s no ‘right’ way to grieve – but you can take steps to help make the process more manageable, says life coach Carole Ann Rice. By Liz Connor.

While death is a part of life that will impact us all at some point, dealing with the sudden or unexpected loss of a loved one can be ...

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From celery juice to skincare and taking her baby to work, Miranda Kerr shares her morning routine

The model-turned-beauty CEO talks Katie Wright through a typical morning, which starts at 5.30am.

While celebrity make-up collections are ten a penny these days, there aren’t many beauty brands fronted by a famous face who is also the business owner.

But then Kora Organics ...

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Francis Rossi: ‘Think about my legacy? That would be far too pompous’

Status Quo’s Francis Rossi has a frank chat with Luke Rix-Standing – trashing the so-called rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle and ‘fessing up to his own antics.

The truth of the title of Francis Rossi’s autobiography, I Talk Too Much, seems entirely subjective. He talks just the ...

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Tempted to renovate your home? TV’s Kunle Barker shares 4 top tips for getting started

The Renovate Don’t Relocate regular imparts some insider wisdom for tackling a big project. By Luke Rix-Standing.

Current weather patterns might be trying to trick us into thinking otherwise, but it is now officially spring – so what better time to cultivate your own little ...

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NBA review: Denver Nuggets secure play-off place; Utah Jazz win fourth game in a row

The Denver Nuggets secured a play-off berth for the first time in six years after a 114-105 win against the Boston Celtics.

Nikola Jokic top-scored for the Nuggets with 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as his side used a big fourth quarter to clinch their fourth win in a row.

Denver ...

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Third person arrested over deadly Utrecht tram shooting

A third person has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the tram shooting in the city of Utrecht that left three people dead and five injured, Dutch police say.

Public prosecution office spokesman Ties Kortmann said today that three people were now in custody, the alleged ...

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Ministers will press on with May’s Brexit deal, says Barclay

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has signalled that British ministers will continue to press on with Theresa May’s Brexit deal despite the Commons Speaker’s bombshell intervention.

John Bercow provoked uproar at Westminster yesterday when he ruled that the British ...

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Senator wants UK-style honours system introduced in Ireland

An Independent Senator has suggested an Honours system - like the "Lords" and "Sirs" one used in the UK - should be introduced here.

Gerard Craughwell thinks it would be a good way to recognise unsung heroes across the country doing important work.

He denied it would be class-based ...

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Colleges must provide sexual consent classes, report suggests

A new report has suggested that third-level institutions provide sexual consent classes or risk losing State funding.

The Government-commissioned report has also proposed that colleges should record and report incidents of sexual harassment, assault and rape on campuses - rather than ...

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From celery juice to skincare and taking her baby to work, Miranda Kerr shares her morning routine

The model-turned-beauty CEO talks Katie Wright through a typical morning, which starts at 5.30am.

While celebrity make-up collections are ten a penny these days, there aren’t many beauty brands fronted by a famous face who is also the business owner.

But then Kora Organics ...

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TD says Delaney has questions to answer on financial transactions

Fianna Fáil’s spokesperson on Transport, Tourism and Sport Robert Troy says that the Football Association of Ireland’s chief executive John Delaney needs to come before the Oireachtas Committee to answer serious questions about financial transactions.

The FAI has a responsibility to ...

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British actress ‘deeply saddened’ after studio head steps down amid scandal

A British actress has said she is “deeply saddened” after Warner Bros chief Kevin Tsujihara stepped down amid claims that he promised her roles while they were having an affair.

WarnerMedia launched an investigation earlier this month after a Hollywood Reporter ...

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Netflix could clamp down on users sharing accounts

Netflix could start to clamp down on users who share accounts.

Tech firm, Synamedia, has revealed a new system designed to catch out those who allow multiple people on their accounts.

New software will be used to spot passwords that are being shared.

Users caught doing it will ...

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Ask a counsellor: ‘My stepson is very upset and angry – how can I get my husband to acknowledge it?’

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine advises a woman who’s unsure how to handle her stepson’s emotional outbursts.

The problem… 

“My stepson is seven and visits every other weekend. When I married his father last year, he was clearly upset, but since ...

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Despite Brexit and rising insurance costs, majority of Dublin pubs expecting growth in 2019

It looks like being a good year for the Dublin pub trade.

A survey by the Licensed Vintners Association finds two out of three Dublin pubs are expecting growth, most expect to hire additional staff, and 60% are planning to expand their food business.

LVA Chief Executive Donal ...

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‘No Facebook users reported Christchurch massacre during livestreaming’

No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.

It was 29 minutes after the video had started – and 12 minutes after it had ended – before the first user flagged up the footage, the social media giant ...

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Homelessness groups among those to receive €50k grants from Google

Organisations which have come up with ideas to improve opportunities in their local communities are being recognised.

Fifteen groups have won the Google Impact Challenge Dublin and each will get €50,000 in grants.

The Peter McVerry Trust and GiveBack.ie which uses technology to ...

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'Why was there an effort to conceal?' - TD says Delaney has serious questions to answer

Fianna Fáil’s spokesperson on Transport, Tourism and Sport Robert Troy says that the Football Association of Ireland’s chief executive John Delaney needs to come before the Oireachtas Committee to answer serious questions about financial transactions.

The FAI has a responsibility to ...

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Forget Brexit: Six holiday ideas in the UK that will keep your mind off politics

1. Stay in a castle50% rampart; 50% manor house – 100% really nice hotel (iStock/PA)

Staying in a castle may seem unattainably regal, but more than 60 UK castles have now lowered their drawbridges for members of the paying public.

Scotland is lord of the manor – ...

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Football rumours from the media

What the papers say

Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira could be heading for a loan spell next season, The Sun reports, as the Red Devils look to tie him down for the long term. After agreeing a 12-month renewal option last week, United hope a season-long loan will ...

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Death toll from Indonesia floods rises

The death toll from flash floods and mudslides triggered by torrential downpours in eastern Indonesia has risen to 89, with dozens of others missing.

National Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said the worst-hit area from the flooding was Sentani subdistrict, ...

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