Primark

20 Jun 19
SKLifestyle

Hey everyone, Welcome back! Lately i have been experimenting with colours a lot, i have to admit i used to hate using coloured eyeshadows i always felt intimidated and overwhelmed by all the choices! But now that i am becoming a makeup artist i had to get over that! So i decided to purchase the […]

20 Jun 19
Nachrichten Welt

Bildcopyright PA Ein großer Brand, der letztes Jahr die historischen Bankgebäude von Belfast zerstörte, war "zufällig", wie der Nordirische Feuerwehr- und Rettungsdienst (NIFRS) feststellte. Das Feuer auf dem Gelände in der Innenstadt, in dem sich das Flaggschiff von Primark in Belfast befand, brannte ab dem 28. August drei Tage lang. Eine Absperrung in der Nähe […]

20 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

image copyright PA A major fire that destroyed Belfast's historic banking buildings last year was "accidental", according to the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS). The fire in the downtown area where the flagship of Primark was located in Belfast burned for three days from August 28th. Closing close to bank buildings meant that […]

20 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Image copyright PA A major blaze that destroyed Belfast's historic Bank Buildings last year was "accidental", the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) has found. The fire at the city center premises, which housed Primark flagship Belfast store, burned for three days after starting on August 28th. A cordon put in place around Bank […]

20 Jun 19
Ignacio Zambello

Have you ever asked yourself what is actually expensive? So have I. When facing a situation in which we don’t really know whether something is worth the money or not, we tend to compare. A phone is as expensive as a laptop, a book as expensive as a magazine or a banana as expensive as […]

20 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
THE Primark blaze which destroyed Bank Buildings in Belfast last year “was accidental”, it has been confirmed. The NIFRS have been involved in a joint investigation with the Health & Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) to determine the cause of the devastating fire on August 28. Fire and rescue services have confirmed the Belfast Primark fire was ‘an accident’ The blaze destroyed Bank Buildings in Belfast in 2018 A NIFRS spokesman said: “The HSENI has received our Fire Investigation Report. “As this forms part of their wider investigation it is not appropriate for NIFRS to be more specific about the actual cause of the accidental fire while this investigation is ongoing. “Given the extensive damage caused by the fire, the fire investigation process was complex, detailed and protracted. “We would like to thank our Fire Investigation Team in Eastern Area Command for their diligence and tireless work in this investigation. “We would also like to thank our partner agencies for their co-operation and assistance.” The fire at Primark‘s flagship store burned for three days and caused the roof of the historic building which was built in 1785 to collapse. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”5″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The blaze also meant that 14 businesses near the Bank Buildings were not able to trade for a number of months. The cordon around the Primark building was reduced for the first time since the blaze in late February 2019. Belfast city centre also experienced a drastic decline in shoppers following the fire.
20 Jun 19
Rebecca Hitchon

There was once a time when it wouldn’t have even crossed my mind to step out of the house without wearing a skirt or dress. Jeans? Ahh, they were worn by everyone: those without such a unique understanding of what the French call ‘la mode’ (*puts on posh accent and gets out the caviar*). My […]

20 Jun 19
JustNadiene

Firstly it’s definitely worth noting that i’m finally doing a favourites. I feel like it has been absolutely ages since I’ve done one. At one point I had so many favourites I couldn’t fit them into one post with out dragging. But on the other hand I had time where I had barely no favourites […]

20 Jun 19
The Dundonald Liberation Army

The Norn Iron Fire Service has revealed the blaze which devastated the Bank Buildings in August 2018, was probably caused by a fire. An “extensive investigation” costing hundreds of thousands of pounds between the NIFRS and the Health and Safety Executive has finally released its findings. A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) spokesperson […]

20 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Caroline Flack (Photo by Tim P. Whitby / Tim P. Whitby / Getty Images) Louise Lavery Ciara Maitland Paula Kelly Olivia Williamson Karen McGuigan Caroline Enevoldsen Shauna Donaghy Mary-Kate O'Neill Belfast Fashion Spy: "I think Caroline Flack's look is so trendy" BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Rachel Dean explores the style at Victoria Square in Belfast. https://www.belfasttelegraph.de/life/fashion-beauty/belfast-fashion-spy-i-think-caroline-flacks-look-is-so-ontrend-38236035.html E-mail Rachel […]

20 Jun 19
Not Your Average Mum Life

So at 36 weeks I decided it was definately time to pack my hospital bag. With Anabelle I had mine packs from about 32 weeks and with zach at about 34. I was definately more organised. Thing is with your third baby your too laid back sometimes. At this point in my pregnancy with Zach […]

20 Jun 19
PRRP Aggregation

Primark Girls Furry Body Warmer 6-7 Years #SocialMedia #Primark #Girls #Furry https://t.co/ipwNC892uE. http://twitter.com/PRRPICO/status/1141627265320701954

20 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

FILLING handbags to bursting can endanger your health. It's not just what we take with us, but also how we hold our bags, which can lead to pain. Abby McHale asks Marc Sanders of the British Chiropractic Association for advice on how to best carry sweets. Cross-Body 8th A good option, as they distribute the […]

19 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
STUFFING handbags to bursting point could be putting your health at risk. It is not only what we take with us, but how we hold our bags that might cause aches and pains. Abby McHale asks Marc Sanders, from the British Chiropractic Association, for advice on the safest ways to carry arm candy. Cross-body A good option, as these also spread weight more evenly instead of relying on one shoulder Cross-body, £20, Primark – buy now Marc says: “Place it over one shoulder and have the bag land on the side of your hip but no lower, as this can pull the shoulder down. Prolonged postures tend to provoke neck and back pain due to lack of movement.” Do: Make sure bag sits on the hip, put it down frequently. Don’t: Let it hang below hip, wear it without a break.   Shoulder They are among the most popular types of bag to wear on a daily basis Shoulder bag, £28, River Island – buy now Marc says: “Invest in a bag with a long strap so you can wear it as a cross-body, helping to distribute weight. Keep shoulders relaxed. Swap sides regularly. Do: Alternate which side you carry it on and use the cross-body strap if it is an option. Don’t: Overfill it, making it heavy, or hunch shoulders. Suitcase Take the stress away from travelling by holding your suitcase the right way Suitcase, £35, Primark – buy now Marc says: “Always lift with your legs. When buying a case look for the lightest bag possible and one with four wheels. If possible, pushing your suitcase instead of pulling can help to prevent your back from twisting, the newer style of suitcases with four wheels can help to reduce the load on your back.” Do: Look for cases with four wheels, lift with your legs. Don’t: Buy a suitcase that’s heavy even when empty Clutch (£25, Faith at Debenhams) A clutch bag is relatively easy on your back – but keep it close Clutch, £25, Debenhams – buy now Marc says: “The closer a bag is to your body, the better it is for your posture. Holding a bag further away can add strain to your back. “However, there isn’t a perfect posture or way to carry a clutch. What matters most is the variety of positions and to modify the load. Injuries tend to occur when we use too much load, for too long, and too often.” Do: Hold the bag close to your body, gripping it under the arm. Don’t: Overfill it, carry it for too long or in the same position. Backpack Backpacks Spread weight evenly across the back as they are designed to be worn on both shoulders, with the adjustable straps helping to place the rucksack in the right place for maximum support Backpack, £19.99, New Look – buy now Marc says: “The best ways to minimise strain, is to have the rucksack high on your back and no lower than your waist to even out the weight.” And if you use one every day, Marc recommends a specialist style with “well-padded shoulder straps and a waist strap, because if you regularly carry large items, this allows the load to be efficiently distributed”. Do: Wear using both shoulder straps, sit it high on your back and not lower than the waist. Don’t: Let it hang on the lower back, or wear it slung over just one arm.   Bumbag A big trend, perfect for dancing hands-free at festivals Bumbag, £15, Asos.com – buy now Marc says: “Wear it clipped around your waist for even distribution, There’s a phrase now, ‘your best posture is your next posture’ – i.e. keep moving by varying the way you stand.” Do: Keep moving while wearing a bumbag. Don’t: Overfill it, especially when wearing it over your shoulder.   Top handle Classic handbags can be harmful, as they put their whole weight on one side of the body Top handle, £10, Primark – buy now Marc says: “To avoid neck strain, try carrying your bag like a clutch – the closer to your body it is, the less pressure it puts on your neck, shoulders and back.” Do: Carry it close to the body, change its positioning and the weight it holds. Don’t: Overpack it, or carry it in the same hand all day. Holdall A holdall is a good option for a weekend away – but because it’s bigger, it means we can be guilty of filling it up more and making it heavier Holdall, £89, Radley – buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Marc says: “To avoid injuring yourself, make use of the long strap and wear it across your body.” Do: Pack light. Look for one with wheels or extend the strap to wear as a crossbody. Don’t: Carry it on one shoulder all day or overfill it. [bc_video video_id=”6003427427001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Loose Women forced to apologise after Denise Welch told story about having a sex toy in her handbag “]   GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
STUFFING handbags to bursting point could be putting your health at risk. It is not only what we take with us, but how we hold our bags that might cause aches and pains. Abby McHale asks Marc Sanders, from the British Chiropractic Association, for advice on the safest ways to carry arm candy. Cross-body A good option, as these also spread weight more evenly instead of relying on one shoulder Cross-body, £20, Primark – buy now Marc says: “Place it over one shoulder and have the bag land on the side of your hip but no lower, as this can pull the shoulder down. Prolonged postures tend to provoke neck and back pain due to lack of movement.” Do: Make sure bag sits on the hip, put it down frequently. Don’t: Let it hang below hip, wear it without a break.   Shoulder They are among the most popular types of bag to wear on a daily basis Shoulder bag, £28, River Island – buy now Marc says: “Invest in a bag with a long strap so you can wear it as a cross-body, helping to distribute weight. Keep shoulders relaxed. Swap sides regularly. Do: Alternate which side you carry it on and use the cross-body strap if it is an option. Don’t: Overfill it, making it heavy, or hunch shoulders. Suitcase Take the stress away from travelling by holding your suitcase the right way Suitcase, £35, Primark – buy now Marc says: “Always lift with your legs. When buying a case look for the lightest bag possible and one with four wheels. If possible, pushing your suitcase instead of pulling can help to prevent your back from twisting, the newer style of suitcases with four wheels can help to reduce the load on your back.” Do: Look for cases with four wheels, lift with your legs. Don’t: Buy a suitcase that’s heavy even when empty Clutch (£25, Faith at Debenhams) A clutch bag is relatively easy on your back – but keep it close Clutch, £25, Debenhams – buy now Marc says: “The closer a bag is to your body, the better it is for your posture. Holding a bag further away can add strain to your back. “However, there isn’t a perfect posture or way to carry a clutch. What matters most is the variety of positions and to modify the load. Injuries tend to occur when we use too much load, for too long, and too often.” Do: Hold the bag close to your body, gripping it under the arm. Don’t: Overfill it, carry it for too long or in the same position. Backpack Backpacks Spread weight evenly across the back as they are designed to be worn on both shoulders, with the adjustable straps helping to place the rucksack in the right place for maximum support Backpack, £19.99, New Look – buy now Marc says: “The best ways to minimise strain, is to have the rucksack high on your back and no lower than your waist to even out the weight.” And if you use one every day, Marc recommends a specialist style with “well-padded shoulder straps and a waist strap, because if you regularly carry large items, this allows the load to be efficiently distributed”. Do: Wear using both shoulder straps, sit it high on your back and not lower than the waist. Don’t: Let it hang on the lower back, or wear it slung over just one arm.   Bumbag A big trend, perfect for dancing hands-free at festivals Bumbag, £15, Asos.com – buy now Marc says: “Wear it clipped around your waist for even distribution, There’s a phrase now, ‘your best posture is your next posture’ – i.e. keep moving by varying the way you stand.” Do: Keep moving while wearing a bumbag. Don’t: Overfill it, especially when wearing it over your shoulder.   Top handle Classic handbags can be harmful, as they put their whole weight on one side of the body Top handle, £10, Primark – buy now Marc says: “To avoid neck strain, try carrying your bag like a clutch – the closer to your body it is, the less pressure it puts on your neck, shoulders and back.” Do: Carry it close to the body, change its positioning and the weight it holds. Don’t: Overpack it, or carry it in the same hand all day. Holdall A holdall is a good option for a weekend away – but because it’s bigger, it means we can be guilty of filling it up more and making it heavier Holdall, £89, Radley – buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Marc says: “To avoid injuring yourself, make use of the long strap and wear it across your body.” Do: Pack light. Look for one with wheels or extend the strap to wear as a crossbody. Don’t: Carry it on one shoulder all day or overfill it. [bc_video video_id=”6003427427001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Loose Women forced to apologise after Denise Welch told story about having a sex toy in her handbag “]   GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk