Bitten by the bug: Little critters get big treatment by Cirque Du Soleil
I love a good Cirque Du Soleil show.
I love a good Cirque Du Soleil show.
Ruth Langsford used to secretly watch her now-husband Eamonn Holmes on the BBC because she fancied him, even though she worked for rival ITV at the time.
They say everyone should visit Universal Orlando once in their lives, and after spending two glorious, sun-soaked, adrenaline and excitement-fuelled weeks there, I wholeheartedly agree with that sentiment.
A Belfast nurse has just returned from China - bringing home 18 dogs that were once destined for the dinner table.
With the number of hotels opening in Greater Belfast soaring, competition has never been greater in the sector, so they all need to be at the top of their game.
That's right, it's finally here. After years of teasers, reveals and promises, we're finally behind the wheel of the BMW i8 Roadster.
VW Group hatchbacks are on a refresh trail at the moment, with the VW Polo and Seat Ibiza entering new generations on the MQB A0 platform. Now, the Skoda Fabia has had a bit of a refresh.
Mazda has never shied away from a special-edition machine. In fact, boot up any Gran Turismo game, head to the used car dealer and you'll see a virtual recreation of the dozens upon dozens of MX-5 variants the firm has thrown out over the years.
Twenty years after the first Focus was launched, Ford's mid-sized hatch might not be the sales chart-topper it once was, but there's no underestimating how important it still is to the brand.
If you haven't heard of SsangYong before, we'll forgive you. Currently, the South Korean brand is only selling around 1,500 cars a year - all SUVs and pick-ups - and it's mainly focused on rural areas and buyers who need them for work.
Just when you thought Audi couldn't stretch its range any further, along comes the Q8 - an answer to a question no one really was asking.
Since arriving on the European scene in 1990, Lexus has never once offered a car with seven seats.
Whether you've got a big event coming up, are desperate to fit back into an 'old trusty' item of clothing or you're simply concerned about your health, one of the biggest questions diet and fitness experts get asked is: 'How can I lose weight quickly?'
For many the island of Ibiza is synonymous with partying and nightclubs. Having been an Ibiza virgin, I knew many friends who had spent their holidays as students living it up on the White Isle. In fact, when they heard I was going, they asked if I had a newfound love of dance music (the answer is no).
Responding to an increase in rival offerings, Aston Martin has taken its DB11, boosted the output, and produced the DB11 AMR.
Audi has been on something of a crusade in refreshing its top-end luxury machines of late. Last year saw a new A8 and A7 grace the market, and now there's the new A6, the latest fresh face joining the German firm's line-up.
The latest and final member of Hyundai's i30 range has just taken to the streets of Northern Ireland - and you won't miss its striking, bold design.
As SUVs become more luxurious, the Land Cruiser is one of the few unashamedly old-fashioned off-roaders around. We find out how it copes in the urban jungle.
First-time French writer-director Coralie Fargeat seizes the exploitation horror subgenre by its privates and refuses to let go as she puts a feminist slant on the blood-thirsty battle of the sexes between a rape victim (Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz) and her attackers to echo the fiery indignation of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
Could this be the much-loved British brand's Porsche 911 beater? I travelled to Portugal to see if it lives up to the hype.
It wasn't too long ago that the Ford Mustang was introduced to the UK, going on sale in 2016 for the first time in its 44-year history. But barely two years on, we have a facelifted car.
Lily James looks so exquisite in period dress that it is almost a surprise when you find her in modern clothes. It really started in Downton Abbey, with those sublime hats, and continued through Cinderella, War And Peace, Darkest Hour and even Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and now her latest film, The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society.
A Co Tyrone mother-of-four who built a successful business from her sick bed as she recovered from gruelling chemotherapy says other women on the same journey must "keep hope alive, stay positive and focus on the future".
From the daft name to the eye-catching 'airbumps' strewn across the side panels, everything about the previous-generation Citroen C4 Cactus was designed to be just a little bit different.
Perennially stylish, fabulously low-maintenance and surprisingly versatile, every woman needs a BLS*, says Johanna Thomas-Corr, whose trusty Topshop number has been her ‘second skin’ for the past five years (*that’s black leather skirt).
Darren Cassey sees if the X2 is the missing link for the Germans.
The future is hybrid and electric - or so governments and vehicle manufacturers would have you believe.
It's a Jaguar F-Type, but not quite as you know it. Rather than a raucous V8 or V6 under the long, sculpted bonnet, there's a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine.
The Megane RS has been one of the most crucial hot hatches in the segment for some time, and here we find ourselves in the latest generation.
YOU won't catch telly's Christine Lampard running marathons or going bungee-jumping as she approaches 40.
This is the new XV, Subaru's all-wheel drive crossover aimed at the average family and young, active buyers who may feel the need to traverse steep hills and boggy countryside on occasion.
This is the new Nissan Leaf, the second generation of the bestselling electric vehicle, which accounted for nearly half of all pure electric car sales in the UK last year.
We're getting pretty bored of introducing yet another compact crossover, but if anything has the potential to be a bit different, it's the Skoda Karoq.
When it comes to a holiday abroad with little’uns, it’s the little things that matter... Parents have been known to break out in a cold sweat at the very thought of travelling with toddlers.
There seems to be no stopping Japanese car giant Mazda these days.
If you're in the market for a new car in 2018, then you're spoilt for choice, because the coming 12 months are set to be a bumper year for innovative models.
I had to check it wasn’t a mistake — a return flight to Boston from Belfast for less than £200.
A group of Northern Irish power players are turning their social media platforms into big businesses and hugely popular blogs.
Even though she's fresh from the mayhem that goes with a disco-themed birthday party full of seven-year-old girls, Cara Dillon exudes calm.
Fans of the Fast and Furious films should strap themselves in for an all new experience in speed because the live extravaganza is roaring its way into Belfast's SSE Arena next May.
If you're in the market for a compact executive saloon and want something beyond the mainstream German or British offerings - good as they are - here's a thought for you.
With many drivers seemingly obsessed with SUVs and crossovers, it does no harm to remember the lovely potential of the good old estate.
Volkswagen is used to being a winner - cars like the Golf, Polo, up! and Passat are all class leaders or, at the very least, serious contenders.
There's great news for Subaru Impreza fans - the new model will be officially presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Just in time to savour one of the best early summers for years, Seat's all-new Ibiza is touching down on Northern Ireland's forecourts.
Porsche has pulled the covers off its most powerful 911 Turbo S ever - the new Exclusive Series.
A young Glengormley man who was forced to leave school early because of serious ill health problems has become one of the UK’s biggest celebrities in the world of gaming.
So, last October, I gave birth to my second little boy and I was besotted like any new mum. I already have one adorable five-year-old and now I had another handsome prince to add to my happy, little family. Sounds good yes?
Down-on-their-luck Northern Ireland musicians could be about to get their big break thanks to two passionate ex-pats.
Crazy fans, great bars and unwavering support mean the only way is Belfast for Boyzlife.
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