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9 people around Ireland share their favourite Christmas traditions
In this week’s Ask The Elves, we want to know about the rituals you follow year after year.
What's the most beloved Christmas tradition you have?
Tell us.
9 weird family Christmas traditions my kids have (almost) grown to love
Glittery porridge for the reindeers, Santa’s annual report – and The Christmas Jumper Rule.
Looking to do a GOAL mile this year? Here are your options across the country
Twenty-nine counties have events on during the festive period.
'It's just madness': Publicans brace themselves for 12 pubs
Alcohol Action Ieland has warned of the serious dangers of the tradition
Vote: What’s the most important Christmas tradition in your family?
We all have one…
The world's largest Christmas stocking is truly, ridiculously massive
Yes, but have you started your shopping yet?
PHOTOS: 20 incredibly delicious Christmas desserts from across the world
How many of these have you tried?
American school builds insane 67-foot Singing Christmas Tree made of 275 children
Nobody cough.
The Itsa Santy Bagel is Ireland's answer to the Pumpkin Spice Latte
It’s back!
It's not all turkey and Santa... Try some other Christmas traditions from around the world
For starters, there’s the ‘s**ting log’ and a finger-lickin’ bucket of cheer.
Opinion: 8 things I've learned about Christmas since having kids
Before kids, Christmas was about nights out as much as nights in – and about finding the perfect sparkly dress for the office party.
3 heartwarming memories of Irish Christmas in decades gone by
Christmas lights, Santa Claus in Clery’s and a paycheque mishap.