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Tuesday 24 October 2017

ddd Don't forget that today is the start of Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together week. The annual event, which last year raised over €160,000 for the service, will see a host of supporters all around the country hosting breakfasts to help drum up funds for the worthy charity. This morning saw things kick off with an event at Fire restaurant in Mansion House. Now in its 26th year, last year saw Hozier, Roz Purcell, Jamie Heaslip and Daniella Moyles popping in for breakfast.

ddd Don't forget that today is the start of Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together week. The annual event, which last year raised over €160,000 for the service, will see a host of supporters all around the country hosting breakfasts to help drum up funds for the worthy charity. This morning saw things kick off with an event at Fire restaurant in Mansion House. Now in its 26th year, last year saw Hozier, Roz Purcell, Jamie Heaslip and Daniella Moyles popping in for breakfast.

ddd Well-known beauties Sarah Morrissey, Martha Christie and Tara O'Farrell will be showing off the physiques that have made them three of Ireland's top models tomorrow morning. Not that they need any but the shapely trio will be taking part in Brown Thomas' Lessons in Lingerie event. They'll be unveiling all the new ranges for the Autumn/Winter range at the launch.

ddd Nationwide presenter Mary Kennedy was out doing her part for a good cause over the weekend. The well-known broadcaster turned on the smiles for the camera to help launch the Irish Kidney Association's Run for a Life family fun run and raise awareness of the importance of organ donation. The annual fundraiser will take place at Corkagh Park in Clondalkin on Saturday, October 18. Members of the public are encouraged to pop along and show their support for this good cause.

ddd Christmas came early to Fallon & Byrne after the Loop Dublin hosted an invite-only bash to mark its Yuletide launch. Although it's only October, the venue was decked out in a festive theme, complete with a Christmas tree and Dublin Gospel Choir. Attendees sat down to enjoy a traditional dinner before Santa Claus arrived in with a massive sack of goodies.

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