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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Family Time

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Ozil and Kolasinac 'not 100% there' after carjacking drama
Days after being set upon in London, the pair didn’t feature in Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat to Lyon yesterday.
How to survive Christmas cabin fever - from a mum who's done it all before
Each year Christmas leaves me a haggard, screechy shadow of my former self, writes Ciara McDonnell.
A Christmas ad with a difference: Grandfather 'dies' to get his family to visit him
Grab some tissues.
Open thread: What is your top tip for getting the family involved in mealtimes?
We’re turning the comments over to you – tell us your ways.
Here’s how you can get the family round the table (and why it’s important that you do)
Clinical psychologist David Coleman is here to give advice.
Opinion: The 'frozen eggs' debate is really a societal issue – don't vilify corporations over it
Nowadays it’s seen as quite normal to have kids in your late 30s… but many women still want to start a family earlier.
This disastrous family discussion in Belfast is going viral, and it's hilarious
Featuring a star appearance from Mam. (Not pictured.)
Snapshot - Conal Keaney celebrates Dublin title with his daughter
Keaney was part of the Ballyboden St Enda’s team that won today’s county hurling final.
Just one in five people sit down to a family dinner each Sunday - survey
And when people do get to sit down together, it’s the Sunday roast that proves most popular.
Column: Here’s why Christmas dinner is so important
It’s not easy to get everyone together – and making awkward conversation with your fourth cousin is a small price to pay, writes Jordan Bourke.
Column: Christmas is different here in Ireland… but I love it
Larry Donnelly spent his life celebrating Christmas in the US. After marrying in Ireland, he’s encountered a different set of traditions.
Do YOU have a treasure trove of home videos?
It’s time to search the attics and spare rooms of Ireland…