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The Real Health Podcast: Five ways to maximize your potential as we exit lockdown with Ireland’s leading performance coach Gerry Hussey

Ireland’s Leading Health and Performance coach Gerry Hussey is my guest on this week’s Real Health podcast.Gerry is a firm friend of the show and he’ll be talking through five ways to maximize your potential as we come out of lockdown.It has been a hugely difficult year for everyone and although we’ve had good news recently people are anxious about the return to ‘normal’.

independent.ie ,  2d 0
The Real Health Podcast: Five ways to maximize your potential as we exit lockdown with Ireland’s leading performance coach Gerry Hussey

Glasgow cancer patient can't see mum before chemo as she's in quarantine hotel

A GLASGOW woman faces not being able to see her mum before potentially life-saving chemotherapy - because she's stuck in a quarantine hotel.Heleen Bosch, 25, has a tumour growing on her windpipe after being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma last week.She now struggles to breathe or swallow and is preparing to undergo 'intense' chemotherapy at the Beatson Cancer Centre.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  2d 0
Glasgow cancer patient can't see mum before chemo as she's in quarantine hotel

Madeleine McCann's parents 'hang on to hope' of reuniting ahead of her 18th birthday

The parents of Madeleine McCann said they are hanging on to hope of seeing their daughter again as they prepare to mark a milestone birthday.Madeleine was born on 12 May 2003, and would be celebrating her 18th birthday.Gerry and Kate McCann said while every month of May that passed was hard for the family, this one proved even more poignant due to the milestone celebration.

inews.co.uk ,  3d 10
Madeleine McCann's parents 'hang on to hope' of reuniting ahead of her 18th birthday

Madeleine McCann's parents release heartbreaking message ahead of 18th birthday

MADELEINE McCann's parents have released a heartbreaking message ahead of their missing daughter's 18th birthday.In a post on the Official Find Madeleine Campaign Facebook page, Kate and Gerry McCann said they "hang on to the hope" they will see Madeleine again.They added this year was "particularly poignant" due to her milestone birthday on May 12.

express.co.uk ,  3d 22
Madeleine McCann's parents release heartbreaking message ahead of 18th birthday

Madeleine McCann: Maddie’s about to turn 18 - we live in hope, say parents

MADELEINE McCann's parents say they still hope one day to be reunited with her as they marked the 14th anniversary of her disappearance yesterday.In just a few days, on May 12, there will be another painful date too – her 18th birthday.But Kate and Gerry tried to stay upbeat as they posted an online message to their supporters on the Find Madeleine ­website and Facebook page.

express.co.uk ,  3d 0
Madeleine McCann: Maddie’s about to turn 18 - we live in hope, say parents

Maddie's parents' emotional update on disappearance ahead of 'poignant' date

MADELEINE McCann’s parents "hang onto hope however small" that they will be reunited with their "lovely" daughter one day as they remember her on the painful 14th anniversary of her disappearance today - just days before she would become an adult.In a brief but emotive message posted online, Kate and Gerry wrote: "This year it is particularly poignant as we should be celebrating Madeleine’s 18th birthday," somberly adding: "Enough said."

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  4d 5
Maddie's parents' emotional update on disappearance ahead of 'poignant' date

McCanns will 'never stop hoping' to find Maddie as they mark 14th anniversary

MADELEINE McCann’s parents will never stop hoping to find her as they spend tomorrow’s 14th anniversary of her disappearance alone, a relative has said.Kate McCann, 53, and husband Gerry, 52, will remember their daughter privately after an outdoor prayer gathering was cancelled because of Covid.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  6d 29
McCanns will 'never stop hoping' to find Maddie as they mark 14th anniversary

Dave Fanning says Gerry Ryan would have railed against 'woke culture' as he marks 11 years since friend’s death

Radio legend Dave Fanning has told how his old pal Gerry Ryan, whose 11th anniversary occurs today, would be railing against today’s “woke culture.” Ryan, who was just 53-years- old when he died suddenly in 2010, famously broke down barriers and tackled taboo issues in Irish society on his hugely successful 2fm morning show.

independent.ie ,  7d 0
Dave Fanning says Gerry Ryan would have railed against 'woke culture' as he marks 11 years since friend’s death

Madeleine McCann's parents have £750,000 for private search if police end hunt

The family of missing Madeleine McCann could fund a private £750,000 search for their daughter if the police hunt for her ends.The search for Madeleine, who vanished almost 14 years ago, has so far cost £12.5 million and a decision is currently being made on whether it will be funded further.

metro.co.uk ,  10d 0
Madeleine McCann's parents have £750,000 for private search if police end hunt

Maddie's parents raise £750k to hunt for her if Scotland Yard ever end probe

MADELEINE McCann's parents have raised more than £750,000 to continue the hunt for their missing daughter if Scotland Yard ever stops looking for her.Newly released accounts of the fund, named Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Ltd, show that Gerry and Kate McCann have raised £773,629.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  11d 215
Maddie's parents raise £750k to hunt for her if Scotland Yard ever end probe

Woman who had husband murdered to cash in on life insurance policy now running dog-minding business

A black widow killer branded a "devious liar" by a judge has reinvented herself as the owner of a dog-minding business.Pet owners who use Julie McGinley's services have no idea that the seemingly friendly middle-aged blonde woman is in fact one of Northern Ireland's most notorious murderers.

belfasttelegraph.co.uk ,  12d 1
Woman who had husband murdered to cash in on life insurance policy now running dog-minding business

Northern Ireland woman who had husband beaten to death now running dog-minding business

A black widow killer branded a "devious liar" by a judge has reinvented herself as the owner of a dog-minding business.Pet owners who use Julie McGinley's services have no idea that the seemingly friendly middle-aged blonde woman is in fact one of Northern Ireland's most notorious murderers.

belfasttelegraph.co.uk ,  12d 0
Northern Ireland woman who had husband beaten to death now running dog-minding business

Maddie's parents 'still believe in miracles' as her 18th birthday approaches

MADELINE McCann's mum and dad say they "still believe in miracles" in a poignant post - as the missing girl's 18th birthday approaches.Kate and Gerry, both 53, haven't given up hope almost 14 years after Madeleine disappeared in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz on May 3, 2007.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  14d 221
Maddie's parents 'still believe in miracles' as her 18th birthday approaches

Madeleine McCann's parents 'still believe' they will see her again – tragic new message

MADELEINE MCCANN'S parents Kate and Gerry McCann are still confident they will be reunited with their missing daughter because they "believe in miracles".Kate and Gerry sent a heartfelt message of hope as they approach the 14-year anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance in Portugal.They said: “Never stop believing in hope because miracles happen everyday.” In a separate message on the Official Find Madeleine Campaign Facebook page, which is managed by one of their friends, they also thanked well-wishers for their support.

express.co.uk ,  15d 0
Madeleine McCann's parents 'still believe' they will see her again – tragic new message

‘Whatever happened to my lost Liberties belle?’ – Dublin grandfather searching for childhood sweetheart 55 years later

A Dublin grandfather is searching for the childhood sweetheart he lost touch with after he couldn’t afford to buy her a Christmas present as a teenager in 1966.Gerry Malone (69), from Rathcoole, but originally from the Liberties, is looking for his long lost love after “restarting” his life following the all-clear from cancer.

independent.ie ,  15d 0
‘Whatever happened to my lost Liberties belle?’ – Dublin grandfather searching for childhood sweetheart 55 years later

'He just has that spark': New photo book charts Gerry Cinnamon's rise to fame

Gerry Cinnamon's rise to stardom celebrated in photo book A BRAND new photo book marking Castlemilk superstar Gerry Cinnamon's rise to fame is set to be released later this year.'A Moment In Time: A Photographic Story on the Rise of Gerry Cinnamon' has been complied by veteran photographer Brian Anderson, who was gifted time with the 'She's A Belter' hitmaker over a period of a year and a half as his ascent to stardom began.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  15d 0
'He just has that spark': New photo book charts Gerry Cinnamon's rise to fame

'Queen's Gambit' star Jacob Fortune-Lloyd will play Beatles manager in biopic

Credit: Alamy Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, who most recently found fame within the astronomically successful Netflix series The Queen’s Gambit, has been slated to play The Beatles manager Brian Epstein in a brand new film. The Daily Mail first reported that Fortune-Lloyd, who played the journalist Townes in the Netflix mega-hit, will take on the layered and complex role of Epstein in the biopic Midas Man, directed by Jonas Akerlund. The new film is an unofficial biopic of the later manager and will reflect on a storied

faroutmagazine.co.uk ,  18d 0
'Queen's Gambit' star Jacob Fortune-Lloyd will play Beatles manager in biopic

Joseph Siravo dead – Sopranos star dies aged 64 after battle with cancer

JOSEPH Siravo, the actor best known for playing Tony Soprano's father in hit series The Sopranos has died.The 64-year-old passed away on Sunday after a long battle with cancer.The news was confirmed by actor Gerry Pastore on Instagram who shared a picture of Siravo with a touching caption.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  25d 0
Joseph Siravo dead – Sopranos star dies aged 64 after battle with cancer

Gerry Cinnamon's rise to fame captured by photographer's incredible candid pics

GERRY Cinnamon looks like he’s enjoying a Lullaby as he kips on a sofa holding his guitar in this black and white snap.A bottle of Buckfast can also be seen in the pic taken by Brian Anderson for a book charting the singer’s rise to fame.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  26d 0
Gerry Cinnamon's rise to fame captured by photographer's incredible candid pics