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Watch out… there’s a frenemy about!

Watch out… there’s a frenemy about!

Does your best mate have a habit of making you feel as significant as a flea? Beware – they could be the enemy in disguise. Karen Cogan reveals how to spot this type of bad-news buddy.  December 2010

Murder and melody

Murder and melody

When a Dublin school boy died in a barbaric racist attack, a local multi-national choir used the power of song to help unite the divided cultures. November 2010

Have a little patience…

Have a little patience…

Mike Daley explains why being patient and learning the value of waiting is well worth the aggravation.   November 2010

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