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PugFest is desperately looking for volunteers who absolutely love pugs

(Picture: Getty) Count yourself as a true fan of the little wrinkly faces of pugs? Then you’ll know about PugFest, a yearly festival dedicated to all things pug – with humans and pugs invited. Dadvice: here’s all the golden dating advice our dads gave us The upcoming PugFest is taking place in Media City Manchester on Sunday 16 July, and ...

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15 struggles of going back to work after Easter

Ah, and just like that Easter is officially over. 11 films you didn’t realise were actually about Easter You think back to last Thursday, when your mood was joyous to the point of giddy excitement. Ah! So much time off to be had, so many chocolate eggs rolling around in your living room, and most importantly so much relaxation planned. ...

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Quiz: World Heritage Day 2017 – can you guess these famous sites?

0SHARESShare Blenheim Palace is among the World Heritage sites in England (Picture: Getty) It’s World Heritage Day today (April 18). Around the world different sites are celebrating this year’s theme of sustainable tourism . Even if you are unable to get involved, you can still test your knowledge of world sites with this quiz. World Heritage Day 2017: What it ...

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World Heritage Day 2017: what it is and why is it important?

0SHARESShare Seiganto-ji Temple and Nachi Falls – a World Heritage site (Picture: JTB Photo/UIG/Getty Images) World Heritage Day, celebrating international monuments and sites, is on April 18. The event is marked globally, and each year there’s a theme – this year it’s sustainable tourism. It’s been chosen to tie in with the UN’s International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. World ...

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Trump family hosts its 1st White House Egg Roll

0SHARESShare Today’s annual White House Easter Egg Roll brought a day of celebration for a busy first family. The tradition originated nearly 150 years ago, when children would gather on Capitol Hill to roll eggs. The event was moved in 1878 to the president’s “backyard,” where it’s taken place nearly every year since. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania ...

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15 things guaranteed to happen in women’s toilets

(Picture: Getty) Women’s toilets are magical places full of compliments, tears, make up and poo. They are spaces in which women can go in, and drop any façade and just let out all body issues, tears and insecurities. The disparity between what happens in the toilets during a sober time, and a drunk time should really be studied by David ...

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Sailor Moon highlighters are here to fill you with nostalgia and girl magic

(Picture: Instagram/ toothandnailcosmetics) What’s better than incredible makeup and nostalgia that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? If you’re running the marathon next weekend, here’s some advice from previous entrants When the two are mixed together, of course! Taking you back to the old days while giving your cheekbones the highlight of a lifetime are the Sailor Moon ...

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13 reasons why parents on social media are awful

0SHARESShare There isn’t much that your parents aren’t able to creep on, put their stamp all over it, and cover it in awkwardness. Social media is one of those things. You’ve tried to stop them form joining, then you tried to block them, you even gave them lessons on how to behave properly, and stop uploading unflattering selfies. Did they ...

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15 Easy, Elegant Dishes For A Glorious Easter Brunch

Celebrate Easter with a show-stopping spread of delicious dishes. From Herbed Deviled Eggs to Sausage & Cheddar Bread Pudding, all of these brunch recipes are impressive yet surprisingly doable. 1. Classic Deviled Eggs with Spring Herbs This is my go-to deviled egg recipe; adding spring herbs is a simple way to dress them up and make them just a little ...

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How I Forgave Myself When My Baby Couldn't Be Breastfed

I chose to breastfeed my baby. I wanted to. As a first-time mom, I thought it would be a fantastic experience. My darling girl latched on immediately after I gave birth. That sensation was both startling and a huge relief. Okay, it’s happening, it’s working — I’m doing it! I had skimmed through some books on breastfeeding in my ninth ...

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