# christmas - Saturday 27 December, 2014
It’s all just TOO MUCH.
# christmas - Friday 26 December, 2014
“People were literally grabbing at them — ‘I got it first… No, it’s mine’.”
A number of charities are seeking donations.
Changed your mind? Got a horrible jumper? Or is something simply broken?
The poor, poor woman.
The 12 TV specials of Christmas.
Turkey, ham, cranberry sauce, lettuce…
Fierce craic over at Broadcasting House.
You’re not going mad.
The charity had warned it would have to close its nighttime service — but a funding deal means it will now be able to stay open round-the-clock.
‘Do you happen to have the receipt?’
There were 430 military personnel stationed in Lebanon, the Golan Heights and other regions these holidays.
# christmas - Thursday 25 December, 2014
The Night Nurse: Caring for cancer sufferers on Christmas Day is a privilege that helps me appreciate life
The Irish Cancer Society Night Nursing Service provides palliative care to cancer patients at the end of their cancer journey during the night, so they can stay in the comfort of their home, surrounded by the ones they love.
It’s Christmas, and lots of us are spending time with our families – so dish the dirt.
Mary Murphy claimed to have been born in 1770.
New photos published by the Open University show how soldiers played football throughout the war.
Your first bike, GI Joe and Sindy’s Dreamhouse… what was yours?
They’re a grateful bunch.
Ever wondered about the work that goes into getting that turkey on your plate?
Christmas can be the worst time of the year for some – but there is help out there.
According to the Intermountain and Colorado Catholic newspaper.
Not everyone has the day off and many gardaí will spend today away from their families.
It all started with an obituary placed in the Galway Advertiser.
Many fathers in Ireland will not see their children at all today.
But enjoy the crisp and dry while you can.