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Thursday 6 August, 2015

The amazing story of the Irish nun who survived Hiroshima

Julia Canny and I met in Tokyo 40 years after the dropping of the world’s first atomic bomb, and we immediately fell in love.

Sunday 16 June, 2013

Column: Fathers, appreciate time with your kids before they grow up

Parenting isn’t always easy but don’t forget to savour the time you have with your children when you have the chance, writes Adrian Millar.

Monday 3 June, 2013

Column: Being a stay-at-home father was challenging until I found my inner strength

Fathers who choose to be the primary care-givers come up against some challenging attitudes – but once they begin to believe in themselves as parents, they can really appreciate the rewards of bringing up children, writes Adrian Millar.

Wednesday 15 May, 2013

Column: We walked for the living, the dead, and everyone who suffers from depression

Adrian Millar was one of the hundreds of thousands of people who took part in this year’s Darkness into Light fundraiser. He describes the atmosphere of hope and support he experienced as he walked shoulder-to-shoulder with others raising awareness about suicide.