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Full STEAM Ahead for children with a Designer Minds Primary Science, Design & Technology Summer Camp

Designer Minds, Ireland’s largest and most exciting STEAM camp, aims to inspire primary girls and boys to develop a passion for all areas of the STEAM educational framework ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths).

The Facebook Garden – Connecting with each other and with the natural world

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One of the most innovative gardens at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show was the Beyond the Screen garden sponsored by Facebook. Why? Well, in a world where social media often gets a bad press – and understandably so – this garden set out to celebrate the many ways in which social media platforms can connect people across the world in different ways.

Love yourself, love your bed

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Loving yourself requires a long-term commitment to the triumvirate of health – proper nutrition, regular exercise, and adequate sleep. When you really want to treat yourself, you may even invest in the occasional pampering or luxury experience to reward yourself and recharge.

Some Like it Hot

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I’m not given to strong colours inside my home, preferring to keep things calm, neutral and restful (apart from the, ahem, ‘lived in’ clutter that is), but in the garden it’s a different story.

Antiques finding a home in contemporary interiors

It might sound like a contradiction, but antique objects and furniture are fast becoming something of a must have for all the best contemporary interiors.


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On the subway young Frances finds an expensive looking designer handbag. Rather than just handing it in to the police she decides to track down the owner herself. She manages to return the bag to Greta.

Green habits, green pots and lots of lovely green leaves

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The gentlemen with whom I share my home (one husband and one child) are disinclined, at the best of times, to partake of vegetables of any description, and though they might be tolerated as a necessary evil occasionally – on top of a pizza, for instance – salad leaves of any kind seem to give rise to a red line. They are, after all, food for rabbits – and I suppose I must have been a rabbit in a former life because they are one of my absolute favourite things. It winds me up though, that the only way to buy them is usually as a whole head of one kind of lettuce – boring! – or as a mixture in a bag – much more interesting and delicious, but it’s hard to get through a whole bag by yourself before they get limp and lifeless, and I hate waste. So this week I’ve been planting my own ‘cut and come again’ lettuce.

Make a statement with your sofa

House Edit interiors experts, Claire Price and Elaine Regan, were at the recent opening of the new DFS store at Wellpark Retail Park. Together, the interior design duo offers 16 years of international design experience spanning Italy, London, and Ireland, and both look forward to offering DFS visitors tips and advice on how to create the perfect look.

Gorgeous Kilcolgan family home is a must-see

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This property in Killeely Beg is a truly exceptional detached home that has been beautifully designed to the highest standards.

New Mercedes-Benz sports car with load space

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Attractive, intelligent, and at the same time practical, is how Mercedes-Benz describes its new CLA which will also be available as a Shooting Brake from September.


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