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  • Siblings At War 16 Jan 15

    For 43-year-old mum Hannah Williams, the crunch point in her sons’ sibling rivalry came when the eldest, then 7, hit his brother in a moment of rage. It wasn’t that unusual in itself – their... Read More

  • How To Make A House A Home 16 Jan 15

    She didn’t start her working life in property, but Sarah Beeny, 43, has been surrounded by people in the business for a lifetime. Her father was an architect for Bovis Homes, a 1970s home-building... Read More

  • Mosfilo 16 Jan 15

    This review sees me making a return visit to Hatch End, surely one of the most densely populated areas for eating establishments for miles, within a month, and to another restaurant new to me, Mosfilo... Read More

  • A Look At Life: Husbands For Lunch 16 Jan 15

    When my husband was made redundant in December 2013 you can imagine the questions that buzzed around my head… What would we tell our children? Could we afford to buy them Christmas presents? How... Read More

  • The Marriage Of Paint & Paper 16 Jan 15

    Once again, Little Greene has turned to the archives. The Painted Papers collection is a comprehensive compendium of striped wallpapers, which celebrate the historic and harmonious marriage of paint... Read More

  • Behind The Barbed Wire 16 Jan 15

    Many years after she was liberated from Bergen-Belsen, Gena Turgel was preparing to speak at a school near London. Waiting in the staff-room, she got talking to a woman who was there for a job... Read More

  • Sloping Around 16 Jan 15

    For a week before we left for the Alps, my three-year-old son, Lennox, was wearing his ski getup back home. Sat on the sofa in head-to-toe gear, his enthusiasm for the trip to Morzine was quite... Read More

  • Save Money… Cut Carbon 16 Jan 15

    Replace all the inefficient traditional lighting in your home with LED lights. You can get LED replacements for just about every fitting and the light emitting diode technology delivers up to 90... Read More

  • Colour For February – And Beyond 16 Jan 15

    Gardening myth of the month is that you should knot daffodil leaves after they have finished flowering. But this is a definite ‘no’. Knotting daffodil leaves can restrict the photosynthesis... Read More

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