THE joy of seeing her daughter laugh again "and not just be a patient" proved the real value of a sojourn at Newcastle's Daisy Lodge for Hillsborough mother, Nola Harrison, who believes every child with cancer should experience its power to soothe.
EQUIPPING parents to give their children the best start in life is the aim of an innovative new programme which links antenatal appointments with parenting education support for the first time in Northern Ireland.
THAT old saying ‘There’s always someone worse off than yourself’ comes to mind when you suffer aches and pains, sleepless nights or a broken heart but your own problems are your own problems and have to be addressed.
'THE eyes of the dead must be gently closed, and the eyes of the living must be gently opened' – these are the words that help motivate Margaret Davis, one of the few female embalmers who work in the north.
CAROLINE Quentin has rarely been off our screens since she found fame in 1990s BBC comedy Men Behaving Badly, alongside roles in dramas from Jonathan Creek to crime series Blue Murder, and presenting roles on series such as Restoration Home.
SEVENTY per cent of people in Northern Ireland are in favour of marriage equality, according to polls, yet high levels of LGBTQ hate crime go unreported, says youth worker Gail Neill – evidence, she says, that although positive change is happening, homophobia remains a serious problem.