Archive for: November 2015

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“It’s a positive step for Northern Ireland, but it’s a small step.”

A high court judge has ruled that Northern Ireland’s ban on abortion breaches the human rights of women and girls. Good, says Helen Linehan, ...
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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month: Providing a lifeline of support

As a month dedicated to raising awareness of the disease which has the lowest survival rate of common cancers comes to an end, we asked specialist nur...
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“We can’t afford to stay silent”

Last week Jeremy Corbyn asked David Cameron a question that ICChange’s Georgie Laming has been asking all year: when is the UK going to ratif...
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Saga continues: episodes 3 & 4

Dead dads, a bloody groin and a spot of light hoovering: the carnage continues in The Bridge. Hannah Dunleavy catches up.
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Recap: Strictly Come Dancing Saturday night Live Blog

So as the memories of Blackpool and Jamelia's possibly controversial exit from Strictly Come Dancing faded into the off-pier mist, the remaining conte...
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Dressing like… the cast of Doctor Zhivago

Fashion stylist Bertie Bowen channels the clothes and spirit of a fictional character. This week, as the BFI rereleases Dr Zhivago for i...
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The Round-Up

Amanda Wilkie trawls the internet so you don’t have to. This week someone takes a tumble and we learn the difference between dads and potatoe...
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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month: “This will not be forever”

It’s almost a year since Hannah McNeil was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer. Safe to say she hasn’t taken it lying down. She tol...
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Hey! Teachers! I’ll leave my kids at home

Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week there’s an experiment that sees four-year-old Clem take control ...
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Empty nest

In July, the world as Cariad Martin knew it fell apart. Now there’s a great big, stinking elephant in the room.