Vodafone and famous mum, solo artist, radio presenter and Spice Girl Emma Bunton have joined forces to launch the Vodafone Digital Family Pledge – a fun online tool that helps families create tech ground rules together and then turns them into their very own family pledge. The free, personalised andRead More →

Education Minister Peter Weir has announced 18 schools which will advance in planning under the second call to the School Enhancement Programme (SEP). Twelve primary schools, five post-primary schools and one special school will benefit from an estimated capital investment of £45 million. The Minister made the announcement in theRead More →

What canTetris tell us about how we connect with one another and how we belong? Do you want to know why a man’s best friend is a stick? What happens when a Hermit decides to leave the house? Can four birds stick together when all they have in common is Jabberbabble?Read More →

In 2019 both the UK and Ireland governments declared climate emergencies – so it’s never been more important for families to make this festive season sustainable.  Last Christmas alone our wasted wrapping paper could have stretched around the planet nine times over, so the Live Here Love Here team atRead More →

The Department of Education has published a cross-departmental Children and Young People’s Strategy 2019-2029. The strategy sets out a strategic framework for improving the well-being of children and young people in Northern Ireland.  It outlines how all government departments, agencies and those who provide children’s services will work together toRead More →

The festive season is upon us and it’s a time for indulgence but also a great time of the year for getting the kids outside and taking in the beauty of nature… In winter, woods take on a whole new character – spectacular, frosty landscapes. Perfect for enjoying nature’s sightsRead More →

With the General Election now only days away have you decided how you will vote or are you still open to persuasion? Have you heard all you need to hear from the political parties, or do you still have questions when it comes to the issues that really matter toRead More →

Recorded child cruelty and neglect offences are increasing, NSPCC Northern Ireland can reveal. In Northern Ireland, there were 500 child cruelty and neglect offences recorded by police in 2018/19, which has more than doubled from 184 in 2013/14. Across the UK, police recorded  more than 20,000 cases last year alone. ReportsRead More →