# christmas - Today’s News
# christmas - Yesterday’s News
Santa’s not-so-little helpers.
The Kavanagh family has been selling trees since the 1950s.
Five Irish Christmas brews — reviewed by people who don’t normally do this sort of thing for a living
“I’m more of a wine snob… I’ve never tried being a beer snob before.”
Is it time to start panicking yet?
Before kids, Christmas was about nights out as much as nights in – and about finding the perfect sparkly dress for the office party.
Shop ’til the sales assistants drop.
GET OUT OF THE WAY!
Lucky old Charlie.
Are you buying your gifts from the comfort of your couch?
The solicitor for the Child and Family Agency wanted the case adjourned until January.
Taxi groups are calling for more enforcement of regulations.
It can happen to anyone but there are things you can do to make it more difficult for burglars to rob you.
# christmas - Friday 19 December, 2014
All he wants is food. FOOD.
Matt Healy was trying to keep the game alive, but he killed it.
Turkey doughnut, anyone?
“It’s like custard, but white”.
It’s all thanks to ALONE.
Santa, what a guy.
One reason is that it certain medication can put you over the legal limit for driving if you mix it with alcohol.
The Fridge in the Denim Jacket!
Thieves stole thousands of pounds as well as a Ford car from the home of Hearts fan Michael Wright.
We probably don’t need to tell you why. But you need to know anyway.
We got a sneak peek at some of Santa’s mail.
# christmas - Thursday 18 December, 2014
And not one mention of John Daly’s trousers.
Cute, but crying inside.
Sometimes cancelled plans are the best plans.
STI clinics have seen a spike in ‘panicked’ office workers seeking appointments.
That’s quite the talent.
They could hardly let THAT go…
Tears. Tears here.
As if penguins could get any cuter.
Christmas can be turned into more of an ordeal than a celebration due to loneliness, financial worries or relationship breakdowns.
# christmas - Wednesday 17 December, 2014
Oh dear, you went too far.
Well, no presents this year so.
Wrapping doesn’t have to be a pain.
God bless us, everyone.