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  • Harry Potter fans rejoice as JK Rowling's new book The Cursed Child takes up where Deathly Hallows left off - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    publication of Harry Potter And The Philosopher s Stone Fans will be able to collect a new edition of Hogwarts library book Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them along with new content by Rowling and new editions of Quidditch Through The Ages and The Tales Of Beedle The Bard Before then fans will be able to enjoy Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander a magizoologist who accidentally unleashes magical animals on New York The new movie is due to have its release in November 2016 Related Content Growing up in divided Belfast my inspiration reveals author Higgins From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Benicio del Toro among new faces for next Star Wars episode new Benicio del Toro Laura Dern and newcomer Kelly Marie Tran have been announced as the new cast of Star Wars Episode VIII Prince George a very clever articulate little boy Sophie Winkleman new Prince George began speaking long before other toddlers his age actress Sophie Winkleman has revealed after her daughter had a play date with the future king Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan head to Spain and Sky for next culinary tour new Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan s acclaimed TV show The Trip will be moving home from the BBC to Sky Atlantic Stephen Fry Quitting Twitter a massive relief new Stephen Fry has spoken out about his decision to quit Twitter saying he doesn t feel anything other than massive relief and that he is free at last Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Big Brother Megan McKenna calls Strabane club goers scum in Twitter tirade News Baftas host Stephen Fry hits back over bag lady quip at dear friend News Game of Thrones releases cryptic Season 6 trailer with dead faces of Jon Snow Tyrion and News DiCaprio now hot favourite for Revenant Oscar after taking Bafta for best actor News Daniel Craig s future as James Bond in question after he is linked to TV series 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

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/news/harry-potter-fans-rejoice-as-jk-rowlings-new-book-the-cursed-child-takes-up-where-deathly-hallows-left-off-34442451.html (2016-02-15)
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  • 'You never come to terms with the death of a child, the pain is very real and turns into anger' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    other person wants in life and make sure they get it My wife at this point would like to become two people one that would be here in California and one there in New York and we both feel that way We re reaching the point after 13 years that we should probably think about getting together But he has no intention of quitting NCIS he s signed up for this season and hopes to carry on next year Yet he admits he and Katherine need to try to arrange more down time to enable them to see more of each other and their children and grandchildren They call me grand daddy We don t like grandpa because it sounds old and I m not old And some of them have the cheek to call me grand ducky Born in Glasgow the son of very musical parents his mother was a cellist and his father led the London Philharmonic Orchestra McCallum attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where Joan Collins was a classmate and was initially primed for a career in music After national service he found parts in radio plays and later in British films including 1963 s The Great Escape before clinching his role in The Man From U N C L E which made him a star on both sides of the Atlantic and gained McCallum more fan mail than any other actor in MGM s history Once here I just loved the life in California When we did U N C L E we were flavour of the month I couldn t go out in public without being very careful We got mobbed and attacked I once got rescued from Central Park by two mounted policemen who rode me out through the park It was a wild time He returned to Britain spasmodically appearing in Colditz and cult sci fi series Sapphire Steel with Joanna Lumley He keeps in touch with his old pal Robert Vaughn although they rarely meet up and is modest enough not to make much of his enduring celebrity Yet recently he was mobbed by U N C L E female fans in Macy s in New York Looking much younger than his 82 years McCallum doesn t really think about ageing saying he hasn t had cosmetic surgery As long as I can keep moving and look okay on camera and sound pretty good I can get away with NCIS I do pilates twice a week when I can and I try to avoid all forms of stress I don t eat red meat and I have a good diet I don t eat as much as most people Away from the acting spotlight he s eager to continue his new found literary career and has been commissioned to write a second novel Whenever I have trouble sleeping now I think Well what would happen next Instead of counting sheep I m counting new characters Once A Crooked Man by

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/books/you-never-come-to-terms-with-the-death-of-a-child-the-pain-is-very-real-and-turns-into-anger-34407786.html (2016-02-15)
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  • 'It's my own work, I'm not piggy-backing on my famous other half' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    they can away from the spotlight mixing with friends they had long before they became successful She writes her novels at their home in north London and wouldn t want it any other way I wouldn t want to go to work because if I wrote in an office I d have to put clothes on she says laughing A lot of my writing is done in my pyjamas but I tend to get up really early to write and when I do get dressed it s usually sweatpants and sports gear if I m not going out Yet she looks amazingly glamorous when pictured at red carpet events most recently sporting a stunning red Antonio Berardi dress at the Golden Globes The only reason I can ever look glamorous is because someone has spent several hours poking at my face and hair making them look the best they possibly can And because I don t have to dress up every day and go to work it s actually really good fun she says I love those occasions where I have to glam myself up As you get older it gets harder to look good so having someone do my make up is really good fun Fallon and Gervais have a base in New York a city she loves but she wouldn t want to spend long in Hollywood I couldn t do LA for longer than about a week It s very much a one industry town If you are in a restaurant or having your hair done everyone is a would be actor she reveals You feel like you re living in a place where everybody cares about just one thing Her strong work ethic and level headedness stem from her upbringing Born in north London the youngest of five children her parents ran a newsagents and the family lived in the flat above On days when it snowed and all the paper boys skived off she would be sent out to do the paper rounds She met Gervais when they were both students at University College London and her career was on the rise long before his but they were never competitive with each other When I was moving up it was good that one of us was earning I never felt I had to put pressure on him to have a big career and he never felt overshadowed by the fact that I was doing well she has previously said While they have some showbiz friends including Jonathan Ross they have kept the friends they made before they were famous You make a choice about staying with the people you ve always been connected with or not I was 46 when my first book came out Having those changes in your life when you re older is probably a good thing because you know who you are and you re more settled in your life says Fallon If that had happened to me at 25 I

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/books/its-my-own-work-im-not-piggybacking-on-my-famous-other-half-34388515.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Tragic little Eva Tomney inspired trio of help books for kids battling cancer - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    one of three books written and published by Tracy and her business studies students at St Patrick s College Dungannon as part of a Young Enterprise Company project Tracy explained Eva was a really beautiful child in every sense of the word stunning to simply admire Her death was more of a loss than I can bear to think about You can imagine how hard this Christmas has been for us all her mum Kellie and nanny Geraldine and for everyone at home and at school who supported her We weren t expecting her to die that day she took bad It s like her little body had had enough After Eva s tumour was diagnosed she went through a 12 hour operation in October 2012 Shew then underwent extensive chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment Just weeks later as the little girl scratched her head one morning her hair came out in handfuls Tracy recalled Eva asked me Tracy can you put that back in I just looked at her Somehow the thought of her hair going on an adventure was the first thing that came into my head and I told her that to stop myself from crying Then as her nanny pointed out pictures on the computer of other little girls whose hair had fallen out due to cancer treatment I brushed the rest of her hair until it all came out Eva went on to have all her teeth taken out because of the toxicity of the treatment and also had to use a wheelchair as her condition progressed Tracy s students thought that her story for Eva was a brilliant way to help explain the side effects of cancer treatment to children and their parents They opted to produce the original story which tells of Eva s cancer journey in child friendly language while adding two more titles The Adventures Of Tina s Teeth and The Adventures Of Will s Wheels The truth is that some people are just too distraught to be able to cope with these side effects when they arise and they simply don t know how Tracy added We would love to see the books in oncology departments in all of Northern Ireland s hospitals as our desire is that parents and children get joy out of these books I know Eva would have loved these books immensely which makes this all worthwhile For my students to create something that is really needed and really valued by children and parents I m so immensely proud of them While Tracy wrote The Adventures Of Eva s Hair her students through the Enlighten Hope business wrote illustrated designed and published the rest of the series The team was led by Iveta Liovinaite 17 and included Gizela Ferreira De Araujo Gusmao 17 Chloe Fitzpatrick 17 Dominika Cirson 17 Wioletta Golebiowska 19 Sean Kelly 18 Binta Balde Djaura 16 and Gabrielle Simkute 16 Each book is priced 5 and is available from selected shops in Keady and

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/tragic-little-eva-tomney-inspired-trio-of-help-books-for-kids-battling-cancer-34383122.html (2016-02-15)
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  • 'When I buy my first home that's when it will hit me' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    and thanking her for helping them relieve stress or get through difficult times Some of them are incredibly personal and catch me off guard she reveals Lots of people suffering from anxiety or depression find colouring to be a good distraction when they are feeling really low Colouring is a way to slow down and switch off Today we lead such busy fast paced lives with multitasking and trying to cram so much in The colouring books have just been an enjoyable and accessible way to encourage people to stop slow down and switch off all the distractions Born in Bedfordshire the daughter of Italian hairdressers Antonio and Lynne her parents divorced when she was five Along with her three siblings Marotta s mother took them to live in a cottage in rural Wales where they d previously spent family holidays My earliest memories are of growing up in the countryside on a smallholding It was a very outdoorsy upbringing and I was a child who was nutty about nature We used to go to Italy with my dad to visit his side of the family in school holidays I remember spending our days on the beach and climbing hills which we all really enjoyed Her mother would draw and paint as a hobby which sparked young Marotta s interest in art I was a very creative child always painting and drawing she recalls She eventually studied wildlife illustration before teaching art at a local comprehensive school for five years I really enjoyed teaching but as I was nurturing other people s creativity I found more and more that I was missing doing that for myself It got to a point where that balance tipped and I realised I wanted to spend all my time doing my own artwork So she quit her job Leaving a secure relatively well paid job was quite terrifying she admits It wasn t a decision I took lightly and I saved money for a couple of years in case I needed something to fall back on She didn t need a fallback plan though quickly landing work as a freelance illustrator for brands including Virgin Atlantic Penguin Books and Marks Spencer In 2013 Batsford got in touch to see if she d be interested in doing a colouring book Animal Kingdom took me around eight months although I was also working on other projects at the time Today she doesn t have time for any other projects Wild Savannah is about to be published and she s already working on her fourth book It doesn t feel like work Marotta confesses When I buy my first property and have a bit more space around me and maybe have a studio that isn t part of the house that will be when the success of the books will hit me Millie Marotta s Wild Savannah is published by Batsford 9 99 From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/books/when-i-buy-my-first-home-thats-when-it-will-hit-me-34427669.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Why Northern Ireland women are lining up to go under the knife for cosmetic surgery - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    couldn t wait until I had it done The reason for the surgery was that I was unhappy with my size and had wanted this procedure since I was 18 So I had waited a long time and had done my research I knew what I wanted Friends and family tried to talk me out of it saying I looked fine the way I was but I was really unhappy with my looks and lacked confidence The only person who supported Leza in her quest for the perfect figure was her mum who also had similar surgery when she was younger Mum understood how important this was to me After the surgery Leza says she felt fantastic and was delighted with her new look However her elation was short lived as she started to have pain in her chest and it turned out her implants were part of faulty batches which had to be replaced and she was recalled for further surgery It was finally sorted out and I went up to a size 32FF this time and was over the moon with the results Citing her role model and style icon as Jodi Marsh Leza who has numerous tattoos says she would consider going even bigger The only stumbling block is her boyfriend of one year Graeme McAuley a bookmaker who likes her just the way she is My boyfriend says he loves me the way I am and doesn t want me to have any more surgery on my breasts but I would like to go up a few sizes Yes I will admit that once I ve had the surgery now I am a bit of an addict It s the same with fillers and Botox I just keep going back for more Now describing herself as confident and outgoing Leza says she does get stares and snide comments when she is out and wearing skimpy and revealing clothes but it is water off a duck s back I like my look now and I am confident and happy I make sure all my bills have been paid and then the rest of my money goes on clothes and treatments I don t have any children yet so I can do what I like with my money I love tattoos as well and it is all part of my overall look Lots of people think I look false and that s their opinion I love the way I look I never worried about the safety of the operations as I have always had faith in the medical profession It was just bad luck the implants I had were part of a faulty batch but it was fixed and I would do it all again Life is about doing what makes you happy and everyone is different For another local woman investing money in cosmetic surgery has given her a new lease of life Forty one years of feeling self conscious was wiped out in just 15 minutes for retired school teacher Alexandra Martin when she underwent a recent procedure to have unsightly varicose veins removed from her leg Alexandra 63 from Ballynahinch can t believe how painless and how very quickly her agony ended after a very straight forward procedure at Kingsbridge Hospital The retired school teacher who is married to Raymund 71 a farmer and has three grown up sons says she has spent decades feeling self conscious especially when on holiday She explains Two small varicose veins and one big horrible one developed during my first pregnancy and I have lived with them for 41 years I kept asking the doctor from time to time over the years about getting them removed and he said I had no chance on the health service It was only when I read about a new procedure in Belfast that I thought about going privately and getting it done and I am so glad that I did All these years I have worn trousers or long skirts to try and hide the biggest vein which was just at the back of my leg below the knee It was great in the winter because you could wear woolly tights The worst thing was going on holiday and putting a swimsuit on and walking about with bare legs I was always self conscious of it and I m now really looking forward to being able to wear a swimsuit and not be thinking that someone is walking behind me looking at the veins in my legs Alexandra described the procedure as easier than giving blood It involves a tiny needle being inserted into the vein with a solution which disperses the vein and makes it disappear The whole process lasted less than 20 minutes and aftercare involved wearing a tight stocking for two weeks She says The hardest part was that you can t shower or bath for a week after it Afterwards life for me carried on as normal There is no pain and I was even able to continue doing yoga The whole thing was completely pain free and so easy There is no scarring or marks and the vein has completely gone It is one of those things that you talk about but never get round to doing When you do you wonder why you hadn t done it sooner I can t wait to wear knee length skirts and going on holiday this year for the first time in years The price of varicose vein treatments can range from 280 to 2 800 depending on what type of treatment you receive Alexandra has not been given a final price as her procedure was carried out just three weeks ago She adds though I think it is money well spent and to be honest I wish I had done it years ago Additional reporting by Karen Ireland Stars who have made the cut Kourtney Kardashian is open about the fact she had a boob job when she was

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/why-northern-ireland-women-are-lining-up-to-go-under-the-knife-for-cosmetic-surgery-34435312.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Laura Prepon's SAG dress had a dramatic journey to the red carpet - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    hopped on a flight and had all the clothes shipped to me in Los Angeles not a problem she pointed out But this is an adventure I find these five days alone on the road meditative It s a vision quest but without the drugs It allows me a moment to breathe and refocus We spend so much time in between these two major cities that I like to see the rest of the country Cover Media From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Put a spring in your step with these new beauty trends From braids to buzz cuts and wet look hair and even skin the SS16 catwalk shows were strictly for the professionals right Actually no says Katie Wright Here s how to try them at home Basfa red carpet chic or fashion faux pas Who were the standouts on the Bafta red carpet and who needs to sack their style adviser Frances Burscough picks her hits and misses on a night of movie glamour Fashion Spy Kim Kardashian s style is fresh and up to date Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out all the different styles at Victoria Square in Belfast Why Northern Ireland women are lining up to go under the knife for cosmetic surgery Whether it s a nip or a tuck or something a bit more drastic such as breast augmentation or a nose job more and more people are now going under the knife to enhance their looks Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Basfa red carpet chic or fashion faux pas Fashion and Beauty Put a spring in your step with these new beauty trends Fashion and Beauty 10 simple tips to enhance your natural beauty Fashion and Beauty The world s top 10 bikini bodies from Jennifer Aniston to Kim Kardashian Fashion and Beauty Gwendoline Christie proud of nude shoot Fashion and Beauty 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

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