# christmas - Thursday 11 December, 2014
Because we all know at least one.
After a shaky start, Nintendo’s latest console has steadied the ship thanks to some great titles , but which ones are worth your attention?
Twelve people have already been charged.
The contest, which was open to every bar in Galway, was won by a concoction called ‘Buckfast Lives Forever’.
We want to know.
Alright. Who’s chopping onions?
Spare a thought for those who will be on their own over the holiday period – this can be one of the worst times of the year.
# christmas - Wednesday 10 December, 2014
Are you smug and organised or a walking disaster? Take the quiz and find out.
Microsoft’s console has had a steady twelve months, but which games are worth paying attention to?
Harry Redknapp miming ‘Merry Christmas Everybody’, what more could you want to get into the festive spirit?
Also featuring Shaun Wright Phillips (yes, him!) as Santa Clause.
They compare Dublin to “a Christmas card”.
Sleep is for the weak.
# christmas - Tuesday 9 December, 2014
Merry Christmas, here’s a satsuma.
The console has been a bright light in Sony’s troubled year, but which games should you look out for?
Which team are you on?
Ladies and gentlemen, start your Christmas lists…
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
No, really. It’s something else.
# christmas - Monday 8 December, 2014
A new report found that the sector employs over 100,000 people.
Don’t ruin it for everyone, lads.
Small businesses are hoping that the start of the shopping season will bring a boost.
The struggle is real.
Some tips to help you enjoy a peaceful and magical celebration.
And how generous is Santa going to be in 2014?
# christmas - Sunday 7 December, 2014
A lose-lose situation for everyone.
Put the credit card away and have some down time.
Rescue centres are desperately trying to convince people to avoid buying from breeders.
Operation ‘Open City’ aims to manages Dublin’s seasonal traffic.
# christmas - Saturday 6 December, 2014
Here are some tips so you don’t become a lard-filled blimp over Christmas.
While the phenomenon is obviously great for business, some bar owners say they won’t be allowing groups of ’12 pubs’ drinkers darken their doors.
Dare we ask?
Giving to those in need is a special thing in a world where so much indifference and evil is given free rein; we cannot allow bad apples to shake our faith in good.
Detection efforts have been stepped up in recent years as more people opt to buy gifts online.
Will Minister Alan Kelly’s ‘beds for Christmas’ pledge be felt outside Dublin?
# christmas - Friday 5 December, 2014
Or are you waiting until the 8th?