Mum of the Year
Take a behind the scenes look at the day
A huge thank you from all the team at Woman’s Way…
Take a seat at the judging table…
The judges have their say…
Help us decide who will be crowned the 2019 Celeb Mum
Last year Laura Steerman was named our 2018 Social Entrepreneur of the Year. This year it could be you…
Nominate in our awards and you could win afternoon tea at The Merrion Hotel
Lorraine Keane shares her thoughts on being a mum
Lucy Kennedy talks all about our Mum of the Year awards in association with Beko.
Two thirds of women have felt stereotyped because they’re a mother
No matter how bright your blonde, it can start to lose its lustre pretty fast. Liz Connor, Press Association, asks the experts for their advice.
Katie Wright sets out the styles to be seen in this season.
In the mood for a sweet treat? Try these cocoa-scented cosmetics, says Katie Wright
Comfort food has never been so delicious. Perfect for a chilly, winter evening.
How To Make John Whaite's Toffee Apple And Salted Pretzel Rocky Road by Claire Spreadbury.
Paired with: Black Tower Sauvignon Blanc
Think you need a machine to make ice cream? Nope
In Italy, this popular dish is known as 'cacio e pepe'.
Bakewell tart, in cake form. By Ella Walker, PA.
Paired with: B Fruitiful Passionfruit with a touch of Pineapple, from the wine makers of Black Tower
Dip and crunch this tasty treat from Dishoom restaurant
If you travel with mainly your stomach in mind, you're not alone. Food is one of the great joys of visiting different countries, and for cook and food writer Sabrina Ghayour, it's a massive part of any trip.
Highly addictive - and very, very sweet
Support your immune system and fight fatigue with these winter wellness essentials, says Liz Connor, Press Association.
As a new report confirms nature helps us to de-stress, Sam
Sam Wylie-Harris reveals how families can squeeze an extra 10 minutes of greenery into each dayWe all know fresh air is good for us and even a short walk can lift our spirits - think dappled sunlight, fallen leaves and the rustling of trees - but according to latest research, spending more timeappreciating the natural world is a "green" prescription to good health.
Jane Chung from sleep and meditation app Calm shares her advice with Sarah Marshall, for successfully snoozing on the move
It's the most common form of dementia and rates are rising, but how much do you really know about this complex neurological disease? By Liz Connor, Press Association.
He kick-started the hygge movement, and now Denmark's Meik Wiking is on a mission to help us harness happy moments. Liz Connor finds out more.
Baby steps, portion sizes and learning how to top up your nutrients might all be the answer, says Abi Jackson
Boots Ireland have announced a three-year sponsorship with the FAI as partner of the Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team.
Millions of young people are at risk of damaged hearing from listening to loud music. Lisa Salmon, Press Association, asks an expert what we can do about it.
Children as young as six are suffering from stress. Claire Spreadbury talks to Dr Preethi Daniel about the warning signs, and how you can help
These modern metropolises are an office worker's dream, says Luke Rix-Standing
Woman’s Way visited EPIC and couldn’t be more impressed with the museum
Sophie Goodall, Press Association, learns about the brand-new Puca Festival, set to knock pumpkins off their pedestals.
Gabrielle Fagan, Press Association, reveals simple ways to do the decor maths and ensure your rooms have all the right angles.
As you cut back the last of your summer-flowering perennials, you may want to prune some of your roses too, Hannah Stephenson, Press Association, advises.
Jane Chung from sleep and meditation app Calm shares her advice with Sarah Marshall, for successfully snoozing on the move.
From gleaming metals and rich opulence, to unfussy, functional pieces, the dawn of a new decade has something for everyone, says Sam Wylie-Harris.
Combating sleepless nights is possible, but as nutrition expert Rob Hobson tells Liz Connor, there's an art to it.
Arundel Castle's head gardener Martin Duncan shares his top tips with Hannah Stephenson
It may sound daunting but even a first-timer can wallpaper like a pro with the right prep and patience. Lisa Salmon finds out how
Industry experts have their say after recent news
David Suchet talks about his most embarrassing moment in his 50-year career, how he misses Poirot and how his wife and family have kept him grounded. By Press Association.
Giri/Haji - which translates as Duty/Shame - is a BBC and
Netflix co-production about a Tokyo-based detective who heads to London
after his younger brother goes missing. Scottish star Kelly Macdonald,
43, tells Georgia Humphreys more about the ambitious, international
As his memoir is published, Sir Lenny Henry talks to Hannah Stephenson about racism, the pressures of fame, and his fears for today's young wannabes
As Grand Designs turns 20, Kevin McCloud shares his favourite, simple builds
The Oscar winner talks about her time playing Russian Empress, Catherine The Great
The former cricketer on how he sometimes forgets he's not the same age as his kids
Losing his father as a child had a big impact on Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. He tells Gabrielle Fagan, Press Association, how he's determined those lessons won't be in vain.
Emeli Sande talks about the difficulties of fame and how they impacted her personally, on being more grounded now she's older, and how she hopes to channel euphoria for all those who need it in her new album.
By Lucy Mapstone
Supermarket Sweep is making a comeback - but expect self-checkouts and bags for life as the cult hit makes a mad trolley dash into the 21st century. New host Rylan Clark-Neal tells Gemma Dunn more
The 21km walk from Booterstown to Howth in aid of the Down Syndrome Centre
It’s finally here, the trailer for the new Downton Abbey movie. And look who’s back!
Yip it’s here, and well, things looks bleak
Trailer watch! How will the X Men cope when Jean Grey develops extraordinary and uncontrollable powers?
Discover the early years of this iconic author
Shaft is back, and this time the three generations of the family come together