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  • 'If you can't lose weight and your metabolism is broken, I promise that your hormones are to blame' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Thinning hair including eyelashes and the outer third of the eyebrows signal a slow thyroid she explains Sunken tear troughs can indicate waning oestrogen in the second half of perimenopause and menopause Fat around the middle can indicate hormonal imbalance specifically leptin resistance high cortisol and insulin resistance According to Sara the three major factors curbing weight loss in women are oestrogen dominance insulin resistance and cortisol overwhelm Oestrogen dominance is when you have too much oestrogen compared with its counter hormone progesterone she explains To lower your oestrogen levels she recommends eating one pound of vegetables per day The fibre from the vegetables will help excrete oestrogen so it doesn t keep circulating in your body To reset your insulin levels she suggests drinking filtered water with apple cider vinegar A recent study found that consuming two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before a high carb meal significantly reduces blood glucose levels in people with insulin resistance The unholy trinity concludes with cortisol This is released in response to stress but most of us run around stressed all the time she explains All those stress hormones wreak havoc over time and make you store fat especially in your belly High cortisol is also linked to depression food addiction and sugar cravings To reset your cortisol levels Sara recommends curbing your caffeine intake Slowly wean off caffeine over three days and notice how your sleep and stress levels improve There are of course certain times of the month when a woman s appetite naturally spikes Appetite is controlled by the hormone leptin which tells the brain you are satisfied after eating When leptin levels are high you will feel satisfied and when they are low you will feel hungry explains Sara Researchers found that leptin levels are low in the follicular phase of the menstrual phase days 1 14 in the average woman peak mid cycle around day 14 and continue to remain at higher levels in the luteal phase days 15 28 In fact women with PMS report insatiable hunger and tend to eat 275 more refined carbohydrates the week before their period compared with women without PMS Unlike many popular diet plans Sara doesn t advise the no low carbohydrates approach I believe that carbs in moderation are necessary and beneficial to any food plan she explains Women need carbs to keep the thyroid and adrenals where you produce cortisol plus other sex hormones working You also need carbs if you are trying to conceive pregnant or post partum In The Hormone Reset Diet she recommends curtailing your net carb intake to below 49g per day Elsewhere she investigates what many consider to be the holy grail of anti ageing and weight loss human growth hormone GH which is responsible for cell growth and regeneration Levels of this hormone taper off as we age but studies outlined in The Hormone Reset Diet explain how we can boost it naturally Studies show that high intensity interval training HIIT or burst training is your best prescription to naturally boost GH levels she says She also recommends spending more time under the duvet only during your deepest stages 3 and 4 sleep can your body make GH before citing a study published in the journal Metabolism which found that elevated insulin in obese people inhibited GH release Opt for a whole unprocessed diet that includes plenty of clean protein healthy fats and high fibre veggies nuts and seeds low sugar fruit and legumes she concludes The Hormone Reset Diet by Dr Sara Gottfried is published by Harper One 10 tips from Dr Sara to balance your system naturally EXERCISE SMARTER Some exercises such as running and spinning place so much stress on the body that cortisol shoots sky high My advice is to stop exercising so hard in an obsessive desire to burn calories and start exercising smarter Practise yoga meditation or guided visualisation several times a week and add burst training to your routine OPTIMISE YOUR SLEEP CYCLE Humans are designed to rise with the sun and to sleep when it s dark Sure there are morning people and night owls but your hormones are released according to your sleep wake cycle Get your circadian rhythm in order and your body will produce the hormones you need when you need them PRACTISE YOGA Yoga has been shown to raise serotonin levels the happy brain chemical responsible for mood sleep and appetite For women this is especially important as we have 52 less serotonin than men I also believe yoga is the best form of exercise for stress relief and getting your cortisol to a sweet spot BEAT MENOPAUSAL GAIN Many women find it very difficult to lose weight after they reach menopause They often find that the same tricks to lose weight no longer work This may be because your thyroid is slowing down or your testosterone fell off a cliff To counteract weight gain cut out sugar from your diet and make sleep a priority which will put your growth hormone production back on track BETTER BIRTH CONTROL Birth control pills deplete your B vitamins so make sure to add a vitamin B complex if you are on the pill If you have PMS and want a birth control pill choose one containing drosperinone as long as you do not have an increased risk of blood clots MACA ATTACK Adaptogens are unique herbs that help the body deal with stress and lower cortisol I m a huge fan of maca and other adaptogens and I highly recommend them Maca is a superfood powerhouse an ancient wonder food that your grandmother s grandmother s grandmother probably used to cure female problems way back in the day BOOST MOOD To reduce mood swings avoid alcohol and sugar substitutes Alcohol consumption raises cortisol lowers metabolism and is linked to premenstrual anxiety mood problems and headaches Diet sodas and aspartame lower serotonin the feel good neurotransmitter responsible for buoyant mood TEST YOUR CORTISOL

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  • Hearts and minds: Northern Ireland celebrities on finding love - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    terrace at Ulster Rugby home games with a takeaway afterwards Luckily we re both Ulster Rugby fans We always exchange cards and a small token of some sort Last year Michael gave me a unique gift a gin tasting kit consisting or six little miniature bottles of different and unusual gins with tasting notes which I had fun with over the space of a few weekends I don t drink much these days but do enjoy an occasional gin and tonic so that s what I mean about him putting real thought into the right gift for the right person If I was allowed a one off Valentine s date with anyone in the world it would be my husband His free time is really limited so it would be good to catch up with each other with a romantic dinner date where his phone and all forms of social media would be barred Comedy duo Sean Hegarty 32 and Diona Doherty 26 got engaged last November Londonderry born actress Diona was a finalist in Britain s Next Top Model and had performed live at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Sean from Lurgan is best known for the Cool FM Saturday Show and his comedy character Rodney who has attracted over three million views on Facebook and 30 000 likes The couple recently moved to Craigavon Diona says When Sean and I met at Edinburgh Fringe Comedy Festival I thought he was surprisingly quiet despite being a comedian He was only quiet in a larger group though once it was just us he wouldn t shut up Nearly needed a muzzle Who made the first move To be honest I genuinely think we both went in for the kill I think we both knew it felt right and just went for it Cringe One of our first dates within the first few weeks of meeting was a hike up to Arthur s Seat in Edinburgh Sean planned a midnight barbeque so we were rewarded with a few burgers after the trek up We could see the whole city from the top and it was magical Sean brought me back there to propose to me It was perfect I think falling in love was a very instant thing From the day we met we basically became a couple and did everything together We had definitely found our best friends Within the first few days we basically began living together us and about 15 other comedy actors and comedians in Edinburgh for the month of the Fringe We immediately began acting like a couple and doing joint food shopping etc so it all got comfortable very quickly It was all just easy For our first Valentine s we took a picnic to Carrick a Rede rope bridge on the north coast and went for a nice big peaceful walk it s the simple things we like So last November Sean pretended to me that he had a comedy gig in Edinburgh and that he was bringing me with him We flew there the next day and we had a few hours to kill so Sean suggested we went back to the place we had one of our first dates After trekking up Arthur s Seat Sean set up his camera for a few selfies but sneakily left it running and popped the question I still thought there was a gig and we had to rush back down to get to it then I realise it was all a big fat lie to get me there I was delighted not because I didn t have to go listen to him tell jokes more because we were engaged I love Sean s sense of humour and his honesty but he folds his feet into the bottom of the duvet before bed time and it makes me want to jump out the window Momentarily Is romance important to us It is and it isn t I feel like we are a very close couple and very affectionate and we do nice things for one another all the time so big extravagant gestures aren t important But time together most definitely is I genuinely don t even like cards unless they are homemade I hate buying them and think it s a mad money making industry and I only get cards for people who I know actually want them Sean doesn t care about cards either The poor thing will probably just get a wee hug If I had to date someone else on Valentine s Day I would go with that internet comedy character Rodney because at least then I am still getting to spend it with Sean Actually he made me say that I d have said Tom Hardy Sean says When I saw Diona for the first time I thought to myself I wonder if she d fancy going to get a gravy chip I was really hungry at the time Obviously Diona made the first move She used all the stereotypical female pulling techniques ignore him and eventually he ll come over act repulsed when he starts talking in his Lurgan accent hold your nose during the first kiss that type of thing When did we first realise we had a future together When Diona got the all clear I love when she dyes her hair gets her eyebrows re shaped puts on fake tan squeezes into a dress that doesn t fit makes her nails a different colour gets her teeth whitened wears shoes that she hates because Kim Kardashian wears them and talks in a different accent so people can understand her and when she puts on loads and loads of make up For me it s all about being real y know The only thing I hate is she has a really weird foot fetish no socks before marriage Romance is very important to me Just last week I made Diona breakfast in bed She got so mad Apparently you

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  • Yvonne Keating: My life after heartbreak - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    husband s affair with Francine Cornell in May 2010 Their marriage was over in November 2011 She and Ronan officially announced it was over in the spring of 2012 Her revelations last summer in that interview included The day I met my husband s lover Francine Cornell changed my life I never blamed her and Ronan s affair nearly destroyed me but I am still here Asked does she feel stronger as a consequence of what she went through Yvonne answers That Nietzsche line of What doesn t kill you makes you stronger is my favourite cliché of all time Everyone who knows me knows I say that all the time In actual fact she says when I spoke to you a year ago I believed that totally and I was much much stronger than I am now In fact since then I am not half as strong But I don t consider strong a strength any more Vulnerability is a better strength in other words Absolutely I used to think you had to be strong you had to be strong And now she says I actually think You know what Life is so much easier when you re vulnerable and you re not trying to be all things to everybody and be the perfect person Actually life is so much more fun Why didn t I learn this years ago she laughs It is actually liberating to not try and get things right all the time and to be able to put your hand up and say I haven t got a clue what I m doing or I haven t got the answer to that or I don t know how to sort this problem out and to be ok with that Yvonne says her heart goes out to Caroline Wozniacki after her recent very public split from Rory McIlroy calling off the engagement days after the wedding invites went out I admire him for having the balls to not go through with it Yvonne says That was a really difficult thing he did So I really do admire him I know a lot of people are going Ohhh But whatever He McIlroy made a decision that wasn t easy but having said that I really feel for her as well Yvonne adds But I feel for her as any woman going through that It s awful for any young girl to be kind of nearly ditched at the altar in a sense But everyone is going It s played out on the public stage In actual fact I can t speak for her but I remember when I went through that at that time I didn t care if two people were watching or two million were watching You ve lost someone you loved Your life she says and stops Without trying to sound dramatic my life had been destroyed at the time I know everyone was going Oh the humiliation Oh everyone is watching There s paparazzi outside the gates It s in the papers every day In actual fact that was so far down my list of worries or concerns I ask her what was the top of the list That my marriage was over And my kids So this whole humiliation and things been played out publicly thing I d say for Caroline Wozniacki she is just heartbroken Eventually the public humiliation does have an effect It is embarrassing and all that kind of thing and I m sure it is for her too but at the time you are more just trying to mend a broken heart really she says Asked how she mended the heart Ronan broke on her Yvonne admits that she had to live every day and go through it You learn something more every day about the relationship I ask Yvonne if what happened with Ronan makes it difficult for her to trust again She shakes her head No No Pause I don t look at men and go groans Oh you re all like that I absolutely don t at all because women can do it as well she says referring to infidelity So I am not cynical like that Do I trust again Mmmm I suppose I don t but I don t get hung up on it I kind of think if I was in a relationship and someone cheated on me well that is going to happen whether you know I can t do anything about that So all you can try and do is enjoy the relationship for what is it If someone cheats or someone comes out and puts their hand up and says Look this is not for me any more I would definitely admit I am more prepared for that There are very few monsters who warrant the fear we have of them the French author Andre Gide once said My biggest fear Yvonne Keating has the admirable honesty to admit is not someone saying Oh God I ve had an affair My biggest fear is somebody being in a relationship with me where they don t want to be Again she is honest enough to confess that If I have brought anything negative from what happened it s that I m really really conscious of being in a relationship where there s no ties and there s no commitment So if someone doesn t want to be with me it s just so easy for them to put their hand up and say You know what This really isn t working out We ve had a great time but I don t want them to go groans Oh Jesus we re married We ve two kids together Is that what you felt at the end with Ronan Why didn t he just tell you that he wasn t happy in the marriage Yeah definitely Yeah I think there was too much for him to lose Pause Listen like Rory McIlroy

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  • Nightlife: Bot Wednesdays at the Botanic Inn, Belfast - January 2016 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
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  • Video: Medieval ship discovered in Dutch port - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    in Dutch port Published 13 02 2016 0 Comments Share Facebook Twitter Google Email A 500 year old cog vessel has been discovered beneath a Dutch port From the web Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Video Man slides down longest tube escalator in London Video News Video Emma Thompson s unusual solution to Oscars diversity row Entertainment Video Five Longford lads are going viral thanks to their Valentine s Day Bob Marley Daft Video News Video Seven year old bionic girl feels no pain hunger and fatigue due to rare genetic Video News Video Chelsea 5 1 Newcastle Guus Hiddink annoyed with conceding goal Video News Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Ad was brutal but so is abortion Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Titanic II Take a peek inside replica of ill fated liner Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant Nightlife Galleries Northern Ireland nightlife in pictures Alibi Belfast Nightlife Bowie night at Limelight Nightlife Bot Wednesdays Nightlife Refreshers Ball Nightlife Radioactive Sketchy Nightlife 21 Social January 2016 Northern Ireland Nightlife Botanic Inn January 2016 Nightlife Filthy McNasty s for Faith Nightlife Circus of Freaks Nightlife Radioactive Sketch David Bowie night at The Bar With No Name Nightlife Villa Belfast From Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Video Tyrone men s sofa struggle goes viral Northern Ireland Willie Frazer Fenian looking people are watching me Northern Ireland Jim Wells row Second complaint after altercation with MLA Northern Ireland 3 000 back petition for restoration of Belfast s Floral Hall Technology Gravitational waves ripples in spacetime detected News Rio Carnival 2016 explosion of colour and glitz Northern Ireland Exploris saved Aquarium gets 1 5m investment World Chinese New Year Find your sign by year of birth World Who is Bernie Sanders What does he stand for Events The Troubles gallery IRA checkpoint early 1970s Business News Northern Ireland top 10 car sales for January 2016 Places Old pics Donaghadee Holywood Groomsport Bangor Cultra Northern Ireland Can you help name 1962 Belfast street By using this website you consent to our use of cookies For more information on cookies see our Cookie Policy This site uses cookies By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies See our Privacy Cookie Policy News Northern Ireland UK Rep of Ireland World Health Education Sport

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  • Video: California man turns home into art before its demolition - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    2016 0 Comments Share Facebook Twitter Google Email A man who couldn t bare the thought of his family home and memories being destroyed covered the house with huge pictures of his childhood From the web Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Video Man slides down longest tube escalator in London Video News Video Emma Thompson s unusual solution to Oscars diversity row Entertainment Video Five Longford lads are going viral thanks to their Valentine s Day Bob Marley Daft Video News Video Seven year old bionic girl feels no pain hunger and fatigue due to rare genetic Video News Video Chelsea 5 1 Newcastle Guus Hiddink annoyed with conceding goal Video News Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Belfast footbridge plan still being pushed despite 7m funding shortfall Ad was brutal but so is abortion Titanic II Take a peek inside replica of ill fated liner Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant Nightlife Galleries Northern Ireland nightlife in pictures Alibi Belfast Nightlife Bowie night at Limelight Nightlife Bot Wednesdays Nightlife Refreshers Ball Nightlife Radioactive Sketchy Nightlife 21 Social January 2016 Northern Ireland Nightlife Botanic Inn January 2016 Nightlife Filthy McNasty s for Faith Nightlife Circus of Freaks Nightlife Radioactive Sketch David Bowie night at The Bar With No Name Nightlife Villa Belfast From Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Video Tyrone men s sofa struggle goes viral Northern Ireland Willie Frazer Fenian looking people are watching me Northern Ireland Jim Wells row Second complaint after altercation with MLA Northern Ireland 3 000 back petition for restoration of Belfast s Floral Hall Technology Gravitational waves ripples in spacetime detected News Rio Carnival 2016 explosion of colour and glitz Northern Ireland Exploris saved Aquarium gets 1 5m investment World Chinese New Year Find your sign by year of birth World Who is Bernie Sanders What does he stand for Events The Troubles gallery IRA checkpoint early 1970s Business News Northern Ireland top 10 car sales for January 2016 Places Old pics Donaghadee Holywood Groomsport Bangor Cultra Northern Ireland Can you help name 1962 Belfast street By using this website you consent to our use of cookies For more information on cookies see our Cookie Policy This site uses cookies By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies See our Privacy Cookie Policy News Northern Ireland

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  • Video: Garden centre worker has Robbi the robin eating out of her hand - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    has spent over a year feeding Robbi and now has to keep food on her all the time Robbi flies into her hand to get food and then leaves again He has recently started to alert Rachael when he is hungry he will peck the top of her head or fly past her at high speed to get her attention From the web Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Video Man slides down longest tube escalator in London Video News Video Emma Thompson s unusual solution to Oscars diversity row Entertainment Video Five Longford lads are going viral thanks to their Valentine s Day Bob Marley Daft Video News Video Seven year old bionic girl feels no pain hunger and fatigue due to rare genetic Video News Video Chelsea 5 1 Newcastle Guus Hiddink annoyed with conceding goal Video News Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Belfast footbridge plan still being pushed despite 7m funding shortfall Titanic II Take a peek inside replica of ill fated liner Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant Nightlife Galleries Northern Ireland nightlife in pictures Alibi Belfast Nightlife Bowie night at Limelight Nightlife Bot Wednesdays Nightlife Refreshers Ball Nightlife Radioactive Sketchy Nightlife 21 Social January 2016 Northern Ireland Nightlife Botanic Inn January 2016 Nightlife Filthy McNasty s for Faith Nightlife Circus of Freaks Nightlife Radioactive Sketch David Bowie night at The Bar With No Name Nightlife Villa Belfast From Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Video Tyrone men s sofa struggle goes viral Northern Ireland Willie Frazer Fenian looking people are watching me Northern Ireland Jim Wells row Second complaint after altercation with MLA Northern Ireland 3 000 back petition for restoration of Belfast s Floral Hall Technology Gravitational waves ripples in spacetime detected News Rio Carnival 2016 explosion of colour and glitz Northern Ireland Exploris saved Aquarium gets 1 5m investment World Chinese New Year Find your sign by year of birth World Who is Bernie Sanders What does he stand for Events The Troubles gallery IRA checkpoint early 1970s Business News Northern Ireland top 10 car sales for January 2016 Places Old pics Donaghadee Holywood Groomsport Bangor Cultra Northern Ireland Can you help name 1962 Belfast street By using this website you consent to our use of cookies For more information on cookies see our

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  • 'Writing about Maggie Muff kept me sane when I had cancer so I owe her a happy ending' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    because I m just feeling so grateful to be healthy When I was diagnosed in 2013 I had just signed a contract with the Opera House for Dirty Dancin in Le Shebeen and I felt as though I was up the creek without a paddle I was in the middle of chemo which I had a severe reaction to when the play was on and thankfully I had a brilliant director and an amazing team who kept things going It was crazy I was so ill and I had all this worry hanging over my head As soon as you hear the word cancer you think you are going to die and I had two young children who were only two and four years old at the time As a single parent I had that worry as well as having the production going on at the Opera House Now looking back I wonder how I got through it I just feel so lucky that I checked myself and found it early I feel lucky that I survived as there were other girls the same age as me with young kids too who didn t survive It does change you but for the better Maggie s Feg Run opens in the Opera House for a two week run on July 28 before embarking on a Northern Ireland tour Leesa is excited as she will be producing it herself this time She describes her final book on Maggie as the best yet It is going to be two hours of mayhem and fun and is the best out of the three she says I think by the time I was writing it I had more experience and knew what worked and I knew the character better I m really excited about it as it is my first production since I was ill and I will be able to enjoy every second of it Leesa s talent has also brought her to the attention of programme makers in the BBC in London And she has been in talks to write a series featuring Maggie for television After Maggie s Feg Run she hopes to concentrate on writing her very first script for television I ve always wanted to get into TV she says I have got the recognition for the books and the plays and people know me now and people in London in the BBC talk about me It is amazing to think that my name is being talked about in the BBC I have to come up with the goods now It might not be Maggie as I ve been struggling to get the balance right toning Maggie down for TV without losing her character which is the challenge TV is a different medium and everything moves so slowly someone actually said that the motto in TV is hurry up and wait so it is not something that I am expecting to happen any time soon but it s definitely what I hope is next for me I have the interest and the ball is in my court so that s what I will be working on next A word from one of the Woman of the Year sponsors Global financial services provider Allianz is the sponsor for our Woman of the Year in Arts Award The company which has more than 85 million customers in 70 countries worldwide has been operating in Northern Ireland since the Thirties Allianz offers a comprehensive range of services and insurance products across the spectrum for both retail and corporate customers who rely on their knowledge global presence financial strength and solidity Across the island of Ireland Allianz is a leading provider of insurance solutions across both personal lines and commercial lines products Helen Hutchinson business development executive with Allianz insurance based in Belfast explained why the company is happy to be part of this year s Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year Awards Helen says Allianz has been operating in Northern Ireland since the Thirties and during that time has witnessed how much the arts have and do contribute both to society and to the local business community It has been proven time and time again that creativity can expand a business horizons and help to profile and promote products new initiatives and productivity in the workplace Allianz already has several arts and cultural commitments in the Northern Ireland notably the engagement of local ballerina Melissa Hamilton a first soloist with The Royal Ballet and Allianz brand ambassador Additionally the company has been title sponsors of the annual Allianz Arts Business NI Awards for the past 10 years It seemed particularly fitting then that they should avail of category sponsorship of Woman of the Year in Arts as they already have such a strong footprint in this sector with first hand knowledge of the innovative and collaborative work that is produced Helen who will be presenting our winner with her award at our glittering ceremony in the Culloden Hotel adds There is no doubt whatsoever about the transformational power that a vibrant arts sector brings to society and communities Equally there is no doubt about the outstanding calibre and passion of many arts individuals working within their respective fields We look forward to seeing the nominations in this very prestigious award category How you can nominate someone To nominate some one for the awards click here Do you know a woman you would like to nominate for a Woman of the Year award If so citations should include your name address and daytime telephone number as well as the contact numbers for the person you are nominating and should arrive not later than 12 noon on Thursday February 25 Send them to Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year Belfast Telegraph 124 Royal Avenue Belfast BT1 1EB or email to womanoftheyear belfasttelegraph co uk To secure your seat or for further information about the event contact Sarah Weir at JPR tel 028 9076 0066 or

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