Christmas Top Stories

Strange Christmas food facts

For many of us, the biggest day of the holiday season is Christmas, and after all the presents are opened, that day’s main event usually involves food. We bet that…

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How to make German hazelnut Christmas cookies

These German hazelnut Christmas cookies are easy to make & look and taste great, with a delicious flavoring from the hazelnut. I mentioned before that I have been lucky enough…

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Preparing for a successful Christmas dinner

1. Think practically Before you plan your menu, consider the size of your oven and the size and amount of tins, pans and hob space you need. A large turkey…

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Bored of Turkey? Alternative Christmas Dinner Ideas

Key to every Christmas is a delicious perfectly stress-free dinner that will allow you to spend more time with your family and friends. And if you are tired of having…

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Explained: The science behind Christmas

Christmas is a heady brew of family, religion, myth, spectacle, presents, cooking, stress and the supernatural. We cast a scientific eye over what can often be a bit of an…

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Weird and Wonderful Christmas Food Traditions From Around the World

Christmas food traditions vary widely across the world and no two families sit down to the exact same meal. Each household has a different way of celebrating Christmas, and while…

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How To Make Homemade Eggnog

Eggnog is the type of drink that people either love or really really hate. It’s rich, creamy, and, well, egg-y. We fall into the camp of people who love it….

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Why do we kiss under the mistletoe?

When we think of Christmas, lots of traditions spring to mind like holly wreaths, Christmas trees, presents and Father Christmas coming to visit. One of the perhaps more unusual traditions…

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Irish News Top Stories

Irish Ferries ‘unlikely’ to continue Rosslare-France service

Irish Ferries has said it is unlikely to operate a service between Rosslare Europort and France next year. The company said it will continue to keep the situation under review….

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10 Things to Do in Dublin this Christmas

All over the city Christmas lights sparkle, artisan pop-up markets emerge, and carollers and buskers fill the winter air with merry sounds. Festive traditional events abound alongside more modern celebrations…

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Technology Top Stories

If Your Password’s On This List Then You Should Change It Right Now

Back in October 2018, the world stared dumbfounded (for a few reasons) as we saw Kanye West in the Oval Office alongside President Trump and typed in his phone password…

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Lifestyle Top Stories

Boxing Event Saturday the 15th: Irish Prison Service Vs Garda North Central

Boxing Event – St Finbars GAA Club Cabra – Irish Prison Service Vs Garda North Central A boxing event will take place tomorrow night Saturday the 15th of December at…

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31 Facts You Didn’t Know About Christmas

Tis the season to be…well informed. We all love Christmas, but how much do any of us actually know about why Christmas is the way it is? Here are 31…

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Sport

FIFA shares the benefits of Russia 2018 with 416 clubs around the globe

After staging an unforgettable 2018 FIFA World Cup™ in Russia, FIFA can today confirm the payments that will be made under the Club Benefits Programme, which will see a share…

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Technology

Virgin Galactic aims to reach space with tourism rocket

Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic says its latest test flight, due later on Thursday, could see it reach space for the first time. The company said the fourth flight…

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World News

Macron surrender to yellow vest protesters to cost €10bn

Tax relief and other fiscal measures announced by President Emmanuel Macron to try to calm nationwide protests will cost €8bn-€10bn, the French government has said. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told…

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Technology

Voyager 2 Has Just Entered Interstellar Space

Going, going, gone. After a momentous 41-year journey, Voyager 2 has fulfilled its fate to leave the heliosphere and become the second interstellar spacecraft after Voyager 1, NASA has just…

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Sport

Mullinalaghta’s success is one built on belief

The question is the central one: how did Mullinalaghta develop the confidence to defy an overwhelming consensus when they took on Kilmacud Crokes in Sunday’s Leinster club football final? As…

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World News

Two Nuns Stole $500K From Catholic School To Go Gambling In Vegas

Two nuns from a Southern Californian Catholic church are under suspicion of having embezzled school funding up to an amount of $500,000. Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper and Sister Lana Chang…

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Irish News Top Stories

A ‘Christmas Comet’ is set to be seen over Ireland during the festive season

According to Astronomy Ireland a ‘Christmas Comet’ will be visible over Irish skies during the festive season. The comet has been dubbed ‘Comet Wirtanen’ and will be flying unusually close…

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Technology World News

Rudy Giuliani accuses Twitter of bias for hyperlinking text

Last week, Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump’s lawyers, tweeted an attack on Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation, accusing the special counsel of timing his filing just as the president…

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Christmas events 2018: Your guide to pantos, concerts, festivals and more around Ireland

PANTOMIMES AND THEATRE BELFAST Alice The Musical New musical version of Lewis Carroll’s topsy-turvy masterpiece by Paul Boyd. Lyric Theatre, Ridgeward Street Until Jan 5 £12.50/17.50 048-90381081 lyrictheatre.co.uk The Elves…

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Top Stories Travel

Top 10 Christmas Breaks in Europe

Christmas time is coming to town! Discover the best Christmas City Breaks in the most beautiful destinations in Europe. Enjoy their Christmas decorations, their beautiful Christmas trees, the best place…

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World News

The Tribe That Killed An American Missionary Are Deeply Hostile To Outsiders. This Is Why

A week has passed since US-born missionary John Allen Chau was killed with bow and arrows by an isolated community of hunter-gatherer people living on North Sentinel Island in the…

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