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Gadget: 5 of the best kitchen appliances

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Bohemia Hanging Baskets,

Gardening: 5 of the best hanging baskets

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Andy and Wilma

A Portrush man speaks about his Guinness World Record attempt in the London Marathon and the heartbreaking reason behind his ‘Iron Man’ mission

News
Volunteers Janine Kennedy from Whiteabbey and Joanne Crompton from Drumalis (left and right) with Jonny Hanson at the first community volunteer day

Historic country garden gets makeover by volunteers in new community project

Nostalgia

French granola fans Just Live a Little as firm boosts exports

Business

Glenarm walkers weekend coastal walk

Lifestyle

New Play Park at Antrim Lough Shore

Lifestyle

Food and drink: Fishing for wild skrei cod in chilly Norwegian waters with chef Michael Roux Jr

News
Jean-Christophe Novelli and local chef Jim Mulholland

‘Our family has been through hell, but we are looking to the future’

Lifestyle
Valerie Wilson, Curator of Textiles at National Museums NI is pictured at the Ulster Museums latest exhibition Warp and Weft

Game of Thrones tapestry complemented by new exhibition on history of linen

Travel

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Edinburgh Castle for a one-day visit to the Scottish capital

People

Sir Kenneth Branagh claims public arts funding is 'critical'

People

Hot toast warm-up for William and Kate at Stockholm bandy session

People

IN PICTURES: The Countess of Wessex visits Mencap NI Children’s Centre in Belfast

People

Historic country garden gets makeover by volunteers in new community project

Nostalgia
Left to right are: Brian Simpson, HRA chairman, Lord Berkeley, guest speaker and Headhunters runners-up Nigel Johnston, Alan Devers and Selwyn Johnston

Local railway museum gets prestigious ‘Oscar of steam’ at top awards ceremony

Nostalgia
Whitehead's winners: Left to right, Peter Scott, RPSI locomotive department, Lord Berkeley, Canon John McKegney, RPSI chairman and Robin Morton, RPSI events convenor

Northern Ireland’s steam train heritage gets highest esteem at national awards

Nostalgia

Could you offer one of these needy kittens a home?

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Bacteria - PHA image

Do you know how to treat common winter ailments?

Health
Children

Scotland to become first part of the UK to ban smacking of children

News
NI fans

NI v Germany game: Traffic and travel advice

News

Gadget: 5 of the best kitchen appliances

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The News Letter homepage is changing

The News Letter's homepage is changing - and it’s bigger and better than before

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Facebook outage hits publishers and brands across the UK

Business
The Dirty Onion in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter is throwing open its doors to welcome furry, four-legged customers, becoming part of a select list of venues that are dog-friendly in the city centre.

The Dirty Onion becomes latest Belfast bar to become dog-friendly

Lifestyle
Toni Wilkinson and Andrew Christie of Hazelwood Integrated Primary School take a closer look at Throne Wood

Historic Belfast wood to show off new look with unmissable spring event

Outdoors
Councillor Matt Garrett, Chair of the People and Communities Committee at the launch of the Spring Fair with Ella McErlean and Scarecrow Paul Currie. One of the highlights of the event will be a scarecrow display by local schoolchildren. More information on the Spring Fair opening times and attractions is available at www.belfastcity.gov.uk/events

An entertaining Spring Fair on offer

Outdoors
Valerie Wilson, Curator of Textiles at National Museums NI is pictured at the Ulster Museums latest exhibition Warp and Weft

Game of Thrones tapestry complemented by new exhibition on history of linen

Travel

A little piece of heaven in the Walled City

Travel

TRAVEL: New flight route from Cork to host of places

Travel
Elephant herd drinking in Liwonde National Park. Picture: PA Photo/Sarah Marshall

TRAVEL: Why Malawi should be on your holiday radar

Travel