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Blind artist Eriko Watanabe's exhibition at Ulster Museum
A new exhibition at the Ulster Museum features work by Eriko Watanabe, a Japanese-born artist who is blind.
Gearoid O Caireallain: News of death exaggerated
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Belfast photography exhibition shows off close-up world of Northern Ireland's fauna and...
They are stunning images which capture the minute and intricate close-up detail of some of Northern Ireland's most beautiful fauna and flora.
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Your Horoscopes by Russell Grant
Trust your intuition about a domestic matter. If you think it's time to get a new place, start looking for one. You could find a home that cultivates tranquillity and relaxation. Escaping the fray will be a relief. Although you enjoy socialising, you also crave private time. Being able to watch movies, read books and listen to music replenishes your batteries. A needy relative could request help. This would be a good time to establish some healthy boundaries. Stop dropping everything for this relative's benefit.More