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Date for your diary - The Aspects Irish Literary Festival is taking place in Bangor from September 23-27. A celebration of the written word through poetry, prose, journalism, song writing and theatre. Highlights include a screen-writing workshop with Colin Bateman and an event led by poet Michael Longley, who will discuss and read from his most recent collections of poems, The Stairwell and Sea Asters. For information visit www.aspectsfestival.com
Staycation - Summer may be drawing to an end but there's still time to enjoy a staycation. Tourism Northern Ireland has put together a list of options to help you to decide where to enjoy a last minute break including glamping, sailing and quirky places to stay. For more information go to www.discovernorthernireland.com
Dot Cotton - EastEnders star June Brown has revealed she is going deaf just months after admitting to losing her sight. But the 88-year-old has insisted it won't stop her playing Dot.
Stress - Model and actress Cara Delevingne was so stressed out at the beginning of her catwalk career that she battled psoriasis breakouts backstage at runway shows.
The winners of last week's tickets to see Nathan Carter at the Linenfields Festival are Joan Skelton from Lurgan, Helen Corr from Antrim and Bernadette Vallely from Armagh.