Michelle Keegan says she was racked with ‘guilt’ for eating too much but now tucks into cheese and skips exercise

MICHELLE Keegan has revealed she used to feel “guilty” for eating too much or not working out. The 33-year-old actress reveals she can now tuck into cheeseboards and avoid exercise for weeks without punishing herself. 7 Michelle Keegan says she’s become more relaxed about eating ‘too much’Credit: Peter Pedonomou / Women’s Health UK“I haven’t worked … Read more

Blinders has peaked: Final season in production

The curtain will come down on Peaky Blinders after its upcoming sixth series, it has been confirmed. owever, creator and writer Steven Knight said the story would continue in “another form”. He announced the news in a statement confirming the hit crime drama, which is set in 1920s Birmingham, had resumed production after delays due … Read more

Katie Price says Harvey ‘must learn to live without me’ as she shares care details

Katie Price has spoken about the reasons which helped her decide to place son Harvey in full-time residential care. The 42-year-old former glamour model gave a candid interview to Studio 10 in Australia and said her 18-year-old son needs to become more self-reliant over the coming years. Harvey is on the autistic spectrum and was … Read more

PS5 stock checker UK – New Playstation 5 stock TODAY at Argos, GAME, Currys, Amazon + Tesco pre-orders & Dell bundles

FOLLOWING its November release, gamers have found it impossible to bag themselves the coveted PS5. New stock drops at the likes of Currys, Argos, Game, Smyths and Amazon are snapped up before most us even have a chance to get on the websites, so it pays to be super-fast when rumours of an imminent release … Read more

EOTB’s Ashley Cain’s baby daughter ‘fights for life’ after stem cell transplant

Ashley Cain has shared the news that his four-month-old baby daughter Azaylia has received a stem cell transplant amid her leukaemia battle. The 30-year-old Ex on the Beach, shares his daughter with partner Safiyya Vorajee and had revealed the devastating news that his baby’s cancer had returned. Azaylia was diagnosed with a rare form of … Read more

Explainer: We’re into our surge ICU capacity in hospitals

LAST WEEK THE HSE said hospitals had started moving into their intensive care surge capacity as the number of Covid-19 patients requiring advanced care increased. Last night there were 330 full-staffed critical care beds open, with 310 of those occupied, including 195 by Covid-19 patients. The system can surge to 350 patients in ICU, providing … Read more

Gardaí challenged to online dance off with Swiss police

Swiss police and Irish gardaí face off in online dance battle. Police officers in Switzerland have challenged gardaí to an online dance off after posting a video of their own force members performing a choreographed dance routine, BreakingNews.ie reports. The video, which was posted on Twitter, shows members of the Swiss Federal Police, fully dressed … Read more

Stephen Bear owed thousands over failed clothing firm with ex Charlotte Crosby as he’s arrested on revenge porn charge

STEPHEN Bear owed thousands over his failed clothing firm with ex girlfriend Charlotte Crosby, The Sun can reveal. It comes as cops swooped on Bear over claims he posted a sex video of his ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison online. 5 Stephen Bear owed thousands over failed clothing firm with ex Charlotte Crosby as he’s arrested on … Read more

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s hat-trick hopes ended by toilet break in Arsenal win over Newcastle

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fired Arsenal to victory with two precious goals – but missed out on a hat trick because he needed a toilet break. Aubameyang was substituted two minutes after after his second goal and Mikel Arteta admitted the Arsenal captain had to make a dash for the dressing room. “Yeah, he had to go … Read more

Independent expert panel finds WHO and China could’ve acted faster during early stages of pandemic

CHINA AND THE World Health Organization (WHO) could have acted faster to avert catastrophe during the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak, a panel of independent experts has concluded. The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response said its evaluation of the start of the crisis in China “suggests that there was potential for early … Read more

Frank Lampard: Blues benchmark has changed since Brendan Rodgers made job remark

Frank Lampard believes Chelsea have a different “benchmark” from when Brendan Rodgers claimed taking the Stamford Bridge job could “destroy” the Northern Irishman’s managerial career. ampard’s Chelsea will face one-time Blues academy coach Rodgers in his current, highly-successful guise as Leicester manager in Tuesday’s Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium. Rodgers was touted … Read more

Deal would see doctors, pharmacists vaccinate 1.5m

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly will tomorrow ask the Cabinet to approve an agreement with doctors and pharmacists to administer Covid-19 vaccines. The agreement would see a payment of €60 for each patient vaccinated made to members of the Irish Medical Organisation and Irish Pharmacy Union. This would cover two injections per member of the public … Read more

Hospitals across Northern Ireland to come under ‘intense pressure’ this week, health minister warns

HOSPITALS ACROSS NORTHERN Ireland will come under “intense pressure” across the next seven days, the region’s health minister has said. Robin Swann was speaking as a GP warned that medical staff are facing pressures “unlike any other they have faced before” amid the pandemic. There were 823 individuals in hospitals in the region with Covid-19 … Read more

INTO says teachers’ “grave safety concerns have not been adequately addressed” by the Government

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation’s (INTO) Central Executive Committee has said that teachers’ grave safety concerns have not been adequately addressed by today’s public health webinar and by Government. Following an emergency meeting, the INTO CEC has called on the Department of Education to reconsider their plan to resume in-school special education this week. In … Read more

200 people in ICU, 200 others get respiratory support

As 200 people with Covid-19 received treatment in intensive care units around the country today, at least another 200 others were getting high levels of respiratory support outside ICUs. A consultant respiratory physician at one of Dublin’s largest hospitals said that around 80% of people who come to hospital with Covid are there because of … Read more

Older people should exercise regularly ahead of Covid-19 vaccination, study finds

Regular aerobic or moderate exercise in weeks and months prior to Covid-19 vaccination can help improve antibody responses post-vaccination in older people, according to researchers at Trinity College Dublin. The recommendation is outlined in a report by scientists leading the ongoing Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (Tilda). Adults aged 60 and older should consistently incorporate … Read more

25 Irish books got a special shout-out in Oprah Magazine

Oprah Magazine has listed its selections for the “25 Books by Irish Authors You Should Read” in anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day. Bookworms of any persuasion know well that Ireland continues to produce some of the world’s best literature, spanning across all genres. Ahead of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, when people the world … Read more

Cabinet to consider pay proposals for student nurses

The cabinet will tomorrow consider Department of Health proposals to pay student nurses and midwives €100 per week for clinical placements during the Covid-19 pandemic. The proposed Pandemic Placement Grant would cost around €5.4 million if backdated to September as expected, and paid until the end of the academic year in June. Last Saturday, the … Read more

What we learned from the latest Covid briefing

January deaths far above preceding months The five-day moving average of #Covid19 cases in Ireland is 3,149. The median age of cases in the past 14 days is 39 and the mean age is 41. There have been 338 deaths in Ireland this month associated with Covid | https://t.co/0nmIyzdRVd pic.twitter.com/XOs6fB2d8l — RTÉ News (@rtenews) January … Read more

The Chieftains can’t travel to US for Biden’s inauguration

The Chieftains, one of President-elect Joe Biden’s favorite artists, had been invited to perform at his inauguration this Wednesday, January 20. Chieftains founder Paddy Moloney, who previously said it would have been “an honor” to play Biden’s inauguration, has told RTÉ News that due to travel restrictions, the legendary Irish musicians will not be able … Read more

The Chieftains say they won’t be at Biden’s inauguration

The Chieftains, one of President-elect Joe Biden’s favorite artists, had been invited to perform at his inauguration this Wednesday, January 20. Chieftains founder Paddy Moloney, who previously said it would have been “an honor” to play Biden’s inauguration, has told RTÉ News that due to travel restrictions, the legendary Irish musicians will not be able … Read more

Coombe board to discuss some hospital staff family members receiving leftover vaccines

Updated 17 minutes ago THE HEALTH MINISTER has spoken to the chair of the board of the Coombe Hospital after it emerged that some family members of hospital staff received leftover Covid-19 vaccines. The Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital said 16 prepared vaccine doses were left over that evening and “to ensure that vaccines … Read more

Mohamed Salah’s words before Man Utd draw prove prophetic after latest Liverpool stumble – David Maddock

Mohamed Salah’s words even before the frustrating, and worrying draw with Manchester United were eerily propehtic: “It is a nightmare when I don’t score”. It was an offhand, almost joking comment, delivered when he was asked about Liverpool’s problems in recent weeks, with now just three points from their last four Premier League matches, and … Read more

Appeal for information on missing Northern Irish teenager who is believed to be in Co Clare

POLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland have appealed to the public for information regarding a missing 16-year-old girl who it’s believed could be in Co Clare.  Teagan Ward was last seen at approximately 2.15pm on Friday, 15 January in the Ballymena area of Co Antrim.  She is described as being approximately 5’2″, of slim to average build, … Read more

Covid UK news LIVE – Lockdown LIFTED in March once all over 70s get vaccine as coronavirus jab rollout reaches millions

START LIFTING RESTRICTIONS IN MARCH? Asked whether the government intends lifting coronavirus restrictions from March, Mr Hancock declined to confirm that. He replied, “we have got to watch the data. “We have to see the number of deaths coming down, the pressure on the NHS reducing – we are not seeing that yet – and … Read more

Jose Mourinho’s latest cruel humiliation of Dele Alli is a disgraceful dictatorial act – Stan Collymore

For Dele Alli, being left out of Tottenham’s matchday squad against Sheffield United on Sunday with Gedson Fernandes preferred on the bench was the final insult. Alli may be a lot of things but a bad pro isn’t one of them. You may think he hasn’t kicked on, you may believe he’s lazy in training, … Read more

Court approves €3.29m for Setanta Insurance claims

The High Court has approved a further payment of €3.29m from the State’s Insurance Compensation Fund for claims against the collapsed Maltese-registered motor insurer Setanta. The payment approval was sought on Monday by the State Claims Agency. It is to meet the cost of 129 third-party personal injury claims against the insurer. An audit by … Read more