Marking the 50th anniversary of mankind’s first steps on the moon, ‘CAPCOM GO! The Apollo Story’ was created by NASA and it opens next month exclusively at the Armagh Observatory and Planetarium… Armagh Observatory and Planetarium kicks of a major summer-long series of events next month to officially mark the 50thRead More →

‘We Are These Streets’ celebrates homegrown talent, diversity and a thriving retail offering  CastleCourt Shopping Centre has revealed its new-season fashion campaign – We Are These Streets – which celebrates Belfast’s increasing diversity, its impressive homegrown talent and a resilient and thriving retail offering. The campaign, which champions streetstyle andRead More →

Kainos, a leading provider of digital services and platforms, is offering young people the chance to gain valuable coding skills through a  free-to-attend event in association with Queen’s University, Belfast this summer. CodeCamp is part of the Kainos Academy, whose aim is to inspire, develop and recruit the next generationRead More →

Cert PG From DreamWorks Animation comes the highly-anticipated culmination of one of the most popular animated franchises in film history. In this third, and regretfully, final chapter BFFs Hiccup and Toothless finally discover their true destinies – the village chief as ruler of Berk alongside Astrid, and the dragon asRead More →

In the battle to overcome picky eating Emily Leary is ‘making new the norm’ by linking imagination to food so introducing kids to different flavours, colours and textures is a breeze… Emily is a multi-award winning writer, presenter and mum-of-two. Her blog, A Mummy Too, has over 300,000 followers andRead More →

Unicorns are among the most beautiful and magical of the woodland creatures, but they are also the hardest to spot – and almost impossible to catch! Their single horn fizzes with powerful spellbinding magic. Use nature’s magical wild materials to make your own unicorn to protect you from all those badRead More →

Friendship brings our children both their greatest highs – and their lowest lows. Yet despite being such a huge part of their lives, friendship is also the area of children’s lives that we parents understand the least, and feel the most powerless to help with when things go wrong saysRead More →

It won’t be long now until the sun sets on another school year but how best to fill those long hazy days of July and August and avoid the dreaded school holiday lament of “I’m bored!”? A good summer scheme provides the perfect opportunity to make new friends, try somethingRead More →

Dads, they’re like your BFF. Only better! Dr Andy Cope explains why… Dads are eco-friendly They don’t purchase lots of clothes. They don’t salivate over shoes. They’re the best at recycling because rather than buying loads of clothes, they save the planet by not disposing of clothesin the first place! MumsRead More →

Parents consider enterprise education starting from primary school vital for preparing children for the workplace reveals recent research by Young Enterprise NI, Parenting NI and Ni4kids. In a rapidly evolving world, parents are asking: How best to prepare our children for the future? This is the challenge facing educators andRead More →

W5, Northern Ireland’s Science and Discovery Centre, has launched a new £1m fully immersive digital attraction that will take the visitor experience to a new level and boost tourism. The AMAZE experience at W5, which was unveiled at a special premiere, is now open to the public. It will beRead More →