• The Huffington Post UK

    Katie Price Says She Has 'No Option' But To Move Teenage Son Harvey Into Residential Care

    Katie Price has explained her decision to move her teenage son Harvey into residential care, where she feels he can be offered the support that she isn't able to give him. The former glamour model has been discussing whether 16-year-old Harvey - who has Prader-Willi syndrome and autism - should be moved into residential care for some time now, admitting during the latest episode of her reality show that she feels the time is right. After boyfriend Kris Boyson saw a headline about Harvey, Katie confirmed she felt she had “no option” but to move him into care, admitting she feels she's been “selfish” by keeping him at home for so long. “I don't want him to go, but the doctors, my mum, everyone

  • Irish Examiner

    Man arrested over death of T2 Trainspotting actor Bradley Welsh

    A man has been arrested in connection with the death of T2 Trainspotting actor Bradley Welsh. The 48-year-old was shot as he walked down the stairs to his Edinburgh flat on Wednesday. Police Scotland said on Tuesday a man has been arrested in connection with his death but has been released, pending further inquiries. Mr Welsh's partner and young daughter were at home in the Chester Street flat when he was targeted. As well as appearing on film he was involved in charity projects in Edinburgh, including helping young people to stay away from a life of crime through his Holyrood Boxing Gym. - Press Association

  • The Huffington Post UK

    We Love Prince Louis's Sold Out Dog Jumper - Here's Where You Can Get Cheaper Alternatives

    When pictures of Prince Louis were released to celebrate his first birthday, there was a collective 'awww' in the office, on Twitter - and from knitwear fans. Kate Middleton took the adorable photos of the young prince having fun in the garden at their family home in Norfolk earlier this month.  The third in line to the throne was dressed head to toe in luxury childrenswear brand Trotters - and for us, the best part of his adorable attire was the blue jumper with a dog print on the front.  Just look how cute it is... It's clearly proved popular among parents, as the £35 piece (on sale from £44) is sold out online. But don't despair, if animals on jumpers are your bag, you can find similar versions

  • JOE.ie

    Netflix announces new six-part series with an impressive cast that sounds like a must-watch for sports fans

    From the creator of Downton Abbey, featuring stars from some of the biggest UK TV shows of recent years. Netflix has catered for fans of the sports documentary genre with a wide range of options in recent years - Last Chance U, Sunderland 'Til I Die and 2019's Formula One: Drive to Survive being standout examples - and there's another one on the way soon that will definitely whet the appetite. The streaming service has revealed that production has commenced on a new series titled The English Game, which charts the origins of football and how those involved in its creation reached across the class divide to establish the game as the world's most popular sport. Written and executive produced by

  • Silicon Republic

    5 signs an employee may be about to quit

    Do you have a bad feeling one of your employees might be on the way out? Here's how to spot the signs - and what you can do about it. It's natural that, as a manager, you will see employees move on to bigger and better things from time to time, but it can still be a cause for concern. If you had known one of your best and brightest was thinking about leaving, could you have done something to hold on to them? Some departures can blindside you, while others are natural and can't be prevented. However, if you have an inkling about them in advance, it can often help improve staff retention. You may even uncover a problem that is causing more than one person to feel unhappy. But before you can go

  • Irish Examiner

    Varadkar: Sod turning at stalled Cork event centre a mistake

    The Taoiseach has admitted that the 2016 pre-election sod turning on the stalled Cork event centre was a mistake. Leo Varadkar's frank admission comes as Tánaiste Simon Coveney's self-imposed Easter target for progress on the deadlock over the venue's complex State-funding package passed without progress. Mr Varadkar has insisted that the 6,000-capacity €79m venue will be built. It has become mired in controversy, most recently over the €9m loan element of its €30m state-aid package. “We are working on it,” said Mr Varadkar. “The Tánaiste is really leading on this, even though it's not his brief. He's taken a huge interest in it, being from Cork of course, and like me, he is embarrassed at the

  • The Huffington Post UK

    Police Horse Dies In 'Tragic Accident' While On Duty At Football Match

    A police horse has died following a 'tragic accident' while on duty in Blackpool. The horse, called Morecambe, slipped and fell against some metal barriers at a pedestrian crossing on Seasiders Way on Monday, Lancashire Constabulary has confirmed. The incident took place after the Blackpool vs Fleetwood football fixture at around 5.20pm. Chief Inspector Sue Bushell of Lancashire Constabulary's Mounted branch, said: “We are all completely devastated by the loss of Morecambe in such tragic circumstances. “The horses are a big part of our police family and Morecambe will be sorely missed by his riders and many colleagues from across the force. “Our thoughts remain with our injured colleague at this