Tag: Aine Toner
1 day ago
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Blue Lights: The story so far for the cops on the beat

Ahead of series two of the TV drama, Áine Toner takes a look at how far the probationers and more seasoned staff have...

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1 day ago
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Let the sunshine in

Even if we’re only wearing a seasonally sharp colour, Aine Toner has a range of yellow-inspired looks that are bright...

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1 day ago
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A-Z of vitamin skincare

It’s not just what we consume, it’s about what we apply to our bodies as Aine Toner finds out.

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2 days ago
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Special evening to be held in honour of founder of trailblazing project that took thousands of NI...

Project Children’s Denis Mulcahy will be in Belfast later this month to watch Brassneck Theatre Company’s show of the...

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5 days ago
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Belfast artist selling pieces created from photographs of city’s famous street signs

A Belfast artist is streets ahead with a business showcasing the city’s best-known locations.

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6 days ago
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The mother tongue: Co Down family an online hit as they go bilingual with Cantonese alongside Eng...

A Co Down family has amassed tens of thousands of likes on social media with posts documenting their lives in a bilin...

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8 days ago
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New books: Family ties and deeply hidden secrets to tempt readers in April

When it comes to a new month for book publishing, all tastes and genres are catered for.

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8 days ago
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Say hello to Newstalgia

We quite like the idea of Newstalgia and are sure it’ll appeal to many homeowners and wannabe home decorators.

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8 days ago
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‘He was writing in a way nobody had before’: Festival celebrating James Joyce character coming to NI

The YES Festival will feature 32 female artists from 16 countries coming together to perform in a range of family-fri...

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15 days ago
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Easter in the archives: A look back at NI photo memories over the years

From Easter bonnet competitions to cracking days out and getting ready for the marathon, we have taken a look through...

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15 days ago
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Sophia is joining The Agency, a place where grown men jump on tiny trampolines to work rather tha...

Selling Sunset walked (carefully, in impractical vertiginous heels for house viewing) so that Buying Beverly Hills co...

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15 days ago
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Author Julia Stagg on cosy crime and country settings: ‘I do see in people the goodness of what w...

Take the expanse of the Yorkshire Dales, mix in a little romance and crime solving, and you’ve the recipe for an exce...

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15 days ago
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The best shade plans

Even looking at the images for this feature makes us feel a bit cheery, given that when we’re compiling it, it’s a we...

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15 days ago
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Fully booked

Librariancore is big style business – from crew neck knits to pencil skirts and shoulder bags, there’s plenty to whet...

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15 days ago
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What’s new for beauty lovers

Skincare innovations, cosmetic must-haves… Aine Toner has collated some of the most awaited launches.

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19 days ago
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‘If we can help one person, it’s priceless’: Belfast charity CEO honoured for work with young people

A Belfast-based charity has been recognised at the Sport Gives Back Awards in London.

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23 days ago
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Durham comedian talks about cancel culture ahead of return to Belfast next week

TV appearances, children’s books and a sell-out UK tour — it’s a busy time for comedian Alasdair Beckett-King. After ...

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24 days ago
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Ex-Labour MP Alan Johnson: ‘I’ve a huge admiration for politicians who are in a much darker world...

Former MP Alan Johnson and his wife almost bought a house on the Bangor coast when they were visiting for a book fest...

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26 days ago
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How NI optometrist’s Specsavers workmates helped her get life-saving brain tumour diagnosis

In the past year, Cathy Davis (33) from Omagh has had to learn how to walk again. She has had to regain her balance a...

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26 days ago
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Omagh optometrist on brain tumour diagnosis prompted by her and her colleagues’ clinical expertise

In the past year, Cathy Davis (33) from Omagh has had to learn how to walk again. She has had to regain her balance a...

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29 days ago
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‘We all have some way of identifying with the characters in a crime novel’

The day before Review speaks to author Jane Casey, she was in Dublin signing pallets of her new novel, A Stranger in ...

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about 1 month ago
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Restaurant review: Belfast city centre spot is a real journey into the unknown

A quick lunch where you can be fed and out within an hour — and ideally somewhere you haven’t visited before — was on...

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about 1 month ago
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Restaurant review: Taco chance on Belfast’s terrific Mexican eaterie

You really need to like the person you’re dining with when it comes to taco ordering.

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about 1 month ago
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NI siblings on how they turned family business into international success: ‘There were 70-hour we...

A family-owned rug business is one of Northern Ireland’s e-commerce successes — and it has plans to dominate the indu...

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about 1 month ago
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‘Nostalgia’s haze’ guides NI man’s art depicting Bangor of his childhood

Nostalgia is at the heart of a Bangor-born designer’s creative output — from his music to his art.

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about 1 month ago
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Restaurant review: Taco chance on the terrific La Taqueria

You really need to like the person you’re dining with when it comes to taco ordering.

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about 1 month ago
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Siblings behind thriving business on how they learned from ‘the best’ - their enterprising parents

A family-owned rug business is one of Northern Ireland’s e-commerce successes — and it has plans to dominate the indu...

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about 1 month ago
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Reading Local

Ahead of World Book Day on Thursday 7th March, NI writers recommend their favourite local reads

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about 1 month ago
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‘Quitting is never an option’: Chef Dylan McGrath discusses the pros and cons of working in such ...

Dylan McGrath is looking forward to a Belfast return. The ‘bit of a mix’ chef who was born in Dublin but raised in Be...

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about 1 month ago
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‘There’s no bigger test of a product’s quality than time’: NI pie makers lift the lid on their bu...

Ahead of British Pie Week, which starts on Monday, four companies talk pastry, processes and popular buys

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about 1 month ago
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All for you

With Mother’s Day on March 10, Aine Toner has compiled a selection of gifts that will make your mum smile

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about 1 month ago
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NI chef out to preserve one key part of our food heritage: ‘We’ve been spoiled here’

Food ambassador and well-known chef Norah Browne will take to the stage at a food event on March 9-10.

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about 2 months ago
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The very definition of modern at BT9 property for sale for under £1million

Number 7 Pavillion Park Demesne is characterised by contemporary, spacious interiors and classically-designed exterio...

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about 2 months ago
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‘I was in a reasonably OK place and then I got cancer. The plus is that I'm quite good at accepta...

For authors, words are important. For best-selling fiction writer Cathy Kelly, words to describe life following cance...

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about 2 months ago
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‘Leave your ego at the door’: NI snapper on being named one of UK’s top 50 wedding photographers

A Co Londonderry photographer has been named one of the top 50 British wedding photographers.

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about 2 months ago
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The future of forensic science: Professor Niamh Nic Daeid reveals how technology is being used to...

Forensic science has been used for centuries to solve crimes and uncover truths. In fact, using scientific methods in...

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about 2 months ago
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Anything but basic

Not everyone enjoys a bright style aesthetic. Aine Toner has selected a range of items that may be muted but totally ...

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about 2 months ago
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Black magic

Even though the Most Romantic Day of the Year took place on Wednesday, in this interiors feature, we’re turning to th...

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2 months ago
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Two people affected by oesophago-gastric cancer share their experiences through diagnosis and tre...

The charity OGCancerNI was set up in 2018 specifically to benefit patients and families affected by oesophago-gastric...

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