# christmas - Today’s News
C’mon. Admit it. How many do you remember?
# christmas - Wednesday 24 December, 2014
For starters, there’s the ‘s**ting log’ and a finger-lickin’ bucket of cheer.
The big question.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.
Glen Hansard, The Coronas, Paddy Casey and Damien Rice all joined the fun.
Fear not. We have got you covered.
And vice versa – send your messages to family and friends living abroad.
Tuam Stars players have travelled home to remember a deceased clubmate.
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.
We asked a cross-party group of deputies what they want from Santa…
Festive Massey Fergusons.
Ending a relationship at this time of year can magnify the perception that everyone else is having a great time with their loved ones.
‘I think Mary would have been a lot like Mrs. Brown’…
Stay away from eggnog, kids.
What is your tradition?
Oh, I can’t wait to see those faces.
We’re second in the EU28 for recycling – but here’s how we could do a hell of a lot better.
# christmas - Tuesday 23 December, 2014
Christmas cheer? Never heard of it.
We’ve had a taste for the stuff since before people were people — according to one scientist.
Patrick O’Donnell works with sex workers, drug users, homeless people and undocumented migrants in Limerick.
Is someone cutting onions in here?
Parents have commended the staff for their excellent care over the Christmas period.
She’s old enough to know.
The battle of the living room.
Get the umbrella out.
# christmas - Monday 22 December, 2014
Please, PLEASE leave our brains.
Irish TV exec Helen O’Rahilly is back home for The Christmas. You know how it goes.
Arthur Fields was an icon in Dublin. A programme on his life is to be aired on RTÉ.
Generous unemployed chef had made the offer on TheJournal.ie last week to cook Christmas dinner for a homeless family.
The service had warned it would have to close during nighttime hours, unless essential funding could be raised.
They were supporting the Belvedere College Sleep Out.
Merry Christmas, everyone.
We insist on buying (literally) into the lie of perfection.