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  • Colin Murray's Belfast mankini run [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photograph Stephen Hamilton Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Photo by Kevin Scott Presseye Colin Murray and the gang during the Belfast mankini run Picture By Arthur Allison Pacemaker Colin Murray bared almost all in a dash across Belfast on Boxing Day in aid of Frame Football charity Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Snow falls across Northern Ireland News Fastern Eve Handba event in Jedburgh Photos News Shetland s Up Helly Aa fire festival 2016 Photos News New Year s and Christmas swims Tis the season for a winter dip Photos News Iraq holds beauty contest for first time in 40 years Photos News 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 Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles Northern Ireland A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/galleries/news/colin-murrays-belfast-mankini-run-photos-34315146.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Meet the Northern Ireland animal lovers who are all prepared to spend a small fortune on their pets - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    the Lisburn Road in Belfast who specialises in bulldogs and he is fantastic with them Buddy has epilepsy and Stella has alopecia so they are constantly on pills and ointments which cost me a fortune Gemma admits that over the five years she has spent thousands of pounds at her local vets The dogs suffer from skin problems and ear infections so I am constantly putting things on their skin and sterilising their ears Honestly at times it is like having a baby She even sends them to doggy day care on days when she is working long shifts so that they are not left home alone as Stella often pulls her hair out due to separation anxiety This costs 12 50 per day and then there are grooming costs every month and they are on a special diet and eat special food It all mounts up Devoted Gemma says she wouldn t have it any other way but she would always encourage others to think carefully before getting an animal as it is a full time commitment I would estimate that I spend over 3 450 per year on the dogs but like I say they are my babies and they are worth it Single mum of three Olivia Danielli 28 also knows all too well the cost of having animal babies in the household She lives in Holywood with her three children Rocco 5 Valentina 4 and Keanu 2 and as if that wasn t a big enough family in the mix she also has six Chihuahua dogs a pot bellied pig called Luigi a parrot called Deano a donkey called Dave a miniature pony called Rocky and several tortoises The self confessed animal fanatic says she would have more animals if she had the space I just love animals and having them all around me explains Olivia People think I am mad with so many animals and three children under five but the way I see it they are like an extension to the family With the larger animals Olivia often has to call the vet out to her home with a call out fee of 80 before they even look at the animal It is worth all the money and expense to know they are happy and healthy It would break my heart if anything happened to any of them The kids love the animals too and are never jealous of them They join in and help look after them by feeding and cleaning them out It is a lot of work and expenditure but the rewards far outweigh the work and the expense One of my biggest extravagances is getting the animals looked after when I go away for the weekend I leave the Chihuahuas in a dog hotel near my home They each have their own room with curtains and a sofa and a television in it It is a home from home and they love it but it costs me 200 for them to stay for a weekend Then I need to get someone to call at the house to look after all the other animals Olivia who buys her dogs cashmere jumpers to match her own admits her total bills for the animals per year would be in the thousands It is expensive but they are like an extension of the family so I don t think about the cost I just want to care for them and look after them as best I can Over a year I would spend 1 990 on the animals vet bills and any medicines they need Debbie McCall 44 a hairdresser from Blackskull agrees that when you are a pet lover you will do whatever it takes to protect them Married to Johnny 46 and with children Max 13 and Eva 11 theirs is a home full of love for a collection of animals including cats Enzo and Summer a dog called Teddy several fish and a hamster We just love animals The children love to have pets around and we have always had a dog and cats in the house It was a worrying time for the family a few years ago when Summer was found paralysed in the hedge near home She couldn t walk or move and we were petrified she was going to die as she was 14 at the time We took her to the vet and thought they would have to put her down They said she had broken her pelvis but she had a fighting chance and might survive without surgery says Debbie A few nights costly stay in the vet s X rays scans and treatments cost over 400 but Debbie says it was worth every penny to have the family pet back I went to visit her every day and she would drag herself over to the side of the cage and respond to me The vet then said she would probably recover better at home so we brought her home and kept her in a cage It took several months of me nursing her back to health and looking after her every day but eventually she started walking again and the family was over the moon She had been with us so long she was just like one of the family and it would have broken our hearts had anything happened to her Especially the children We would have paid whatever it cost to have her fixed adds Debbie The family adopted Japanese Spitz Teddy earlier this year from Almost Home in Moira which finds new homes for rescue pets He has fitted in really well and is spoilt rotten We do have to spend money on vet s bills as all the animals need check ups and they get wormed every month It all adds up to 995 a year but the rewards far outweigh the cost adds Debbie From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT 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    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/meet-the-northern-ireland-animal-lovers-who-are-all-prepared-to-spend-a-small-fortune-on-their-pets-34452646.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland's high street footfall bounces back from Christmas slump - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    changed here with our made to measure business improving Mr Suitor said Overall it has been a very good year and we can t complain Diane Wehrle marketing and insights director at Springboard said In contrast to the UK where footfall increased in all types of retail destinations in Northern Ireland footfall in shopping centres declined by 0 9 although the increase of 2 6 in high streets was the best since October 2015 Tracking footfall since 2009 has shown that it is the post 5pm period that has been most resilient with improvements in daytime footfall following an increase in activity in the evening But Mr Connolly countered that the ongoing review of business rates needs to realise the unbalanced burden on retailers and provide fairness and equity Government must also be aware of the growing cumulative burden of issues as diverse as the national living wage he added The number of shops lying empty also dropped here falling to 14 7 down from 16 3 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 Belfast marketing firms eye expansion after merger By Staff Reporter Two Belfast marketing firms that count big name businesses such as Expedia among their clients have merged Up to 2 000 jobs on line in vote to axe green energy fund By John Mulgrew The Assembly will today vote on a controversial proposal to end the Renewable Heat Incentive RHI scheme here Ecos Centre Ballymena gets 1 6m investment as Northern Ireland Science Park expands into The Ecos Centre and Nature Park in Ballymena is to receive a 1 6m investment as the Northern Ireland Science Park expands into Mid and East Antrim Northern Ireland cycling retail giant Chain Reaction to merge with rival Wiggle By John Mulgrew Northern Ireland online retail giant Chain Reaction Cycles is merging with rival Wiggle it was finally revealed today Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Belfast marketing firms eye expansion after merger Business News Northern Ireland s high street footfall bounces back from Christmas slump Business News Up to 2 000 jobs on line in vote to axe green energy fund Business News Northern Ireland cycling retail giant Chain Reaction to merge with rival Wiggle Business News Northern Ireland top 10 car sales for January 2016 Ford VW and Vauxhall among Business News Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/northern-irelands-high-street-footfall-bounces-back-from-christmas-slump-34452579.html (2016-02-15)
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  • David Porter: 'We plan a lot on the dry days so we are ready for the wet ones' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    just give up But you have to take a certain different view of it you need central government and local government and communities and individuals to work together to understand the risk they face and to be ready for floods to occur and to keep a watch We need to recognise that there isn t necessarily an affordable technically possible scheme to stop flooding And people might have to make some changes to protect their property physical changes to minimise the impact of flooding Recently the minister has launched the home owner flood protection scheme and that s really in recognition of that In certain areas where there are clusters of properties you can write a business case that says Yes that is viable it is possible for the Government to step in and construct something that will minimise the impact But that s not always possible and rather then just say sorry we can t help we developed this scheme that is designed to give them assistance if they want to make physical changes to their properties to minimise the impact of flooding Q Is it better to speed up the flow of water or slow it down A It depends where you are within a system If we have a flooding problem in Coleraine where there s a relatively short distance between Coleraine and the sea it would be a good idea to get the water from Coleraine into the Bann and out to sea as quickly as possible If you re in a different type of situation in a different area and you re dealing with a different type of flooding by straightening or making the water move more quickly you could cause a problem to the next town downstream and in that case you would take a different approach either flood storage or reconnecting rivers with flood plains using a natural flood risk management approach Q Are you looking at ways of increasing the water holding capacity of uplands A Basically with flood risk management plans that s one of the areas that we re looking at It s no longer about focusing just on the problem area but we do take a catchment wide approach and that will include land management in the uplands Secondly while there is still a case for some hard engineered schemes similar to those that we saw in the past in some areas it may be possible to reconnect rivers with flood plains by the removal of flood banks This will not be appropriate in all areas as there may be property that would be at increased flood risk if the defences were removed but making space for floodwater rather than constraining the river system is a better long term approach particularly given the climate change predictions Flood plains are protected through our planning process by not allowing inappropriate development to be permitted We take this approach because it is better to avoid the risk of property damage rather than allowing development and then constructing defences to reduce the impact of flooding Within the planning system there is a clear presumption against development in flood plains except for a small number of exemptions Q Would you consider compensating farmers to allow rivers to flood their land A It s certainly something that the industry has been thinking about for some time It s a difficult one from the point of view that the flooding was there for a long time before the land was even farmed I think the real issue is that some areas have benefited from defences which are no longer viable in the future Q Are you disappointed that this approach wasn t included in the latest agri environment scheme A Not so much disappointed because I m not sure we re actually at a point where there is a set answer to that or an acceptance of that I think where I would be disappointed is that if the industry had got to a point where everyone was in agreement that this was a good idea and it didn t make it in but I m not sure the answer is just as clear cut as that Q A number of road schemes are proposed that would go through flood plains Are there any special measures that would need to be taken so this wouldn t cause problems A Under our planning policy PPS15 there is a general presumption against development on flood plains The exception to that is when it s regionally significant infrastructure and there is no option other than to put it there As part of that under PPS15 they need to demonstrate that they have mitigation measures that they will put in to compensate for the loss of flood storage They need to demonstrate that by building that road in the flood plain that they are not actually increasing the flood risk elsewhere So part of the design of that road will be the risk assessment to assess water levels beforehand They will model the new road scheme to determine the difference in water levels and see what it impacts upon and make sure there is no harm to property or essential services or anything else Q Is there a role for dredging could it have helped A It could possibly help in certain circumstances so where you get lower flows or they re trying to support land drainage it could help particularly in a rainfall event where the water stays within the river channel If half of that river channel is compromised because of silt that will have an impact on the land drainage Whenever we start to go up into bigger flood events like the recent one the river channel plays a smaller and smaller part Whenever the river exceeds that river channel and spills out across the flood plain it s actually that whole flood plain that is carrying moving water If you compare the size of that whole

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/david-porter-we-plan-a-lot-on-the-dry-days-so-we-are-ready-for-the-wet-ones-34452389.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Why mum and dad need to make a date and treat each other to a spot of romance - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    go from kissing each other 13 times a week to just 10 times once they have a baby in their lives However there seems to be one thing that doesn t change when children come along the frequency of sex British parents have sex an average of twice a week the same as childless couples But while sex is still on the menu for parents hearts and flowers aren t such a priority romantic gestures drop by a quarter from once a week to three times a month after children are born while I love you is said just 468 times a year 52 times less than the 520 times couples without youngsters say it to each other Romantic gestures definitely fall away agrees Hayman because small children make huge demands so they get all the attention whereas the partner has stopped demanding and stopped expecting REMEMBER WHY YOU FELL IN LOVE If couples don t try to give some priority to their relationship it could break down warns Hayman Cast your minds back to what it was that brought you together what you liked about each other and what you liked doing together Go on a date and talk about each other listen and ask questions That effort at communication is really important to either keeping your relationship going renewing it or starting again Both you and your partner have already invested so much in this relationship and had children together why not do more to keep it going Intimate connection is really important We can curl up on the sofa with a box set Sarah Clarke 35 is a TV presenter and journalist for UTV She lives in Belfast with her husband Rory an accountant and their children Daniel 4 and Emily 2 She says It can be very easy for family life to take over Rory and I both have demanding jobs and I work shifts into the bargain You find that lots of your free time can be taken up with the family particularly when they re little like our two You always put your children first and they re only small for a short period of time so you want to spend that time with them We re so mad about them we want to spend as much precious time with them as we can Equally though we don t want to forget about ourselves We don t tend to plan ahead as we prefer to be spontaneous but it can difficult to get a babysitter When we do though it s a night out for a meal and a glass of wine followed by a trip to the cinema usually at the weekend Occasionally we get out during the week too Because Daniel and Emily are still quite young we can get both of them down by 7 30pm or 8pm and once all of the tidying up and laundry gets done we can curl up on the sofa with a nice box set It s a couple of hours where it s just the two of us Even if we re not going out at the weekend once the kids are in bed it s an opportunity for us to enjoy a nice dinner together Rory can be romantic but his gestures are more thoughtful he ll get the kids bathed or tidy up the house which is a real support when you have two young children Lunch or dinner out is a time to catch up Kim Constable 36 is a yoga teacher and lives in Belfast with her husband Ryan They have four children Corey 10 Kai 8 Maya 6 and Jack 4 who are home schooled She says Both Ryan and I work from home and the kids are at home with us all day too so we do need to make time together All the children get up at different times but often Ryan and I will be up first in the morning and that gives us a little time to make breakfast and sit down at the kitchen table and have a cup of tea together Because we re not rushing the kids out to school we re a bit more relaxed and have a little more flexibility As a couple we have a no phone policy too at home so we can have a proper chat That little moment of connection between Ryan and I can make a real difference to our day Once a week we usually go out for lunch together Ryan will have had a meeting in town and will text me asking if I want to join him it s rarely planned We also go out for dinner just the two of us at least once a week We don t plan to spend time together this routine has just developed over the years Evenings can be very busy for us with four kids someone always needs a hug and as soon as you ve served one round of food someone else will be hungry again It s not a time that Ryan and I can sit and spend time together because we re doing things for the children We notice it if we haven t had a proper couple conversation in a little while we ll both get annoyed with little things If it s been a few days then one of us will suggest going out for lunch or dinner to get a catch up It helps that the kids are a little older now they don t need watching every minute like they did when they were younger Spending time together is very important to both of us particularly for me as I m with the kids a lot Ryan works some evenings and travels away a lot so this is the hardest time for me as I m on my own It s nice to get a chance to relax with him every now and again From the web

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/why-mum-and-dad-need-to-make-a-date-and-treat-each-other-to-a-spot-of-romance-34452566.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Put a spring in your step with these new beauty trends - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    clear gloss on top www maccosmetics co uk WINE STAINS With all those doe eyed dolls around lips mostly took a backseat in the make up department this season but there were a handful of notable exceptions Anna Sui Givenchy and Burberry all showed gorgeously dense burgundy pouts chiming with that going against the grain spring spirit TRY IT NOW Make it matte with Burberry Kisses Lip Velvet in Oxblood 26 www burberry com WETTER THE BETTER Marc Jacobs wasn t the only show where models sported decidedly dewy complexions At Prabal Gurung and Simone Rocha foundation was ditched altogether in favour of moisturiser and concealer to let the skin shine through TRY IT NOW Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser s Invisible Oil Primer 20 50 gives ample shine without the weight www bumbleandbumble co uk REBEL REBEL Flying the flag for individualism lots of designers abandoned the identikit model approach this season casting crop haired beauties alongside the usual Rapunzel esque girls TRY IT NOW We wouldn t recommend grabbing the clippers yourself you re going to need a trip to the salon for this one Related Content Laying on the style Layer up for the chilly weather 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 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 What lies beneath Invest in some lingerie for Valentine s Valentine s Day falls on a Sunday this year so why not celebrate with a cosy night in rather than a big night out which let s face it will probably be plagued by heart shaped plates and overpriced pink cocktails Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Basfa red carpet chic or fashion faux pas Fashion and Beauty 10 simple tips to enhance your natural beauty Fashion and Beauty The world s

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/fashion-beauty/put-a-spring-in-your-step-with-these-new-beauty-trends-34452557.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Laying on the style: Layer up for the chilly weather - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    dress even when the sun isn t shining Update the look by pairing a folk inspired frock with flared jeans and a saddle bag tapping into spring s Seventies vibe Sequins for day You bet when layered over a fine knit camel or ribbed roll neck a sequinned cami provides just the right dose of dazzle Pair with some skinny jeans and brogues to keep the overall look laid back and lift your spirits on days when a strappy top would otherwise be out of the question Related Content Put a spring in your step with these new beauty trends 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 Why mum and dad need to make a date and treat each other to a spot of romance Being parents can be fulfilling but their connection can also suffer as a result Agony aunt Suzie Hayman tells Lisa Salmon how they need to look after their relationship as well as the kids Meet the Northern Ireland animal lovers who are all prepared to spend a small fortune on Spending money on beloved animals is nothing new here according to vet Craig Reilly who says pets have always been part of the family and owners have done what they can to keep them alive and well My only Valentine treat is to pamper myself By Morwena Jones Couples are everywhere at the moment If you happen to fall into the 51 of the population who are single on the other hand tomorrow probably isn t the highlight of your calendar Ronan Keating Forget musical credibility a bit of respect would do me just fine The Arts Club in London s Mayfair doesn t feel like the type of place you d be allowed throw your underwear at the stage Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Hearts and minds Northern Ireland celebrities on finding love Features Yvonne Keating My life after heartbreak Features Meet the Northern Ireland animal lovers who are all prepared to spend a small fortune Features Mary Berry I already have some cottage pie made for Sunday lunch Features The workers who make Larne harbour run like clockwork Features Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland More than

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  • My only Valentine treat is to pamper myself - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    it was so mundane I hardly remember it But I do remember him buying me a 4 soft toy husky for Christmas because of an in joke we had or the morning when he woke me up with one of each pastry from a nearby cafe because he wasn t sure what pastries I liked or a particularly delicious dinner he cooked me one January evening after I d been out rowing I remember the romantic gestures that unlike Valentine s Day didn t stem from obligation and this year I m going to enjoy the fact that the only obligation I have is to myself 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 Why mum and dad need to make a date and treat each other to a spot of romance Being parents can be fulfilling but their connection can also suffer as a result Agony aunt Suzie Hayman tells Lisa Salmon how they need to look after their relationship as well as the kids 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 Meet the Northern Ireland animal lovers who are all prepared to spend a small fortune on Spending money on beloved animals is nothing new here according to vet Craig Reilly who says pets have always been part of the family and owners have done what they can to keep them alive and well Laying on the style Layer up for the chilly weather new How to stay warm in winter without piling on mountains of wool With clever layering that s how Katie Wright runs down the chicest ways to cover up Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Hearts and minds Northern Ireland celebrities on finding love Features Yvonne Keating My life after heartbreak Features Meet the Northern Ireland animal lovers who are all prepared to spend a small fortune Features Mary Berry I already have some cottage pie made for Sunday lunch Features The workers who make Larne harbour run like clockwork Features Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain

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