TERRY PRONE

TERRY PRONE: Foaming at the mouth as half-baked culinary aspirations go up in smoke

NOT ONLY am I a rotten cook, but I’m never going to be anything other than a rotten cook, and if that’s not important to you, I’m sorry.

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TERRY PRONE: Mark my words: It’s not what you say but the way that you say it

He said he preferred tinned salmon to fresh salmon because he came from an impoverished widow’s family in pre-war Leeds, where the height of posh tastiness was tinned salmon.

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TERRY PRONE: Stop fidgeting while we jump to conclusions about your condition

SOLICITOR Gerald Kean was at some high profile dinner engagement, at a table with several other people, most of them new to him.

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TERRY PRONE: Remarkable train of events sees rail networker get her business on track

She was at the railway station, waiting for the train back to Cork, not knowing if the meeting she had just completed in Dublin had been a success or a failure.

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TERRY PRONE: Injecting positivity into our lives is more than just mind over matter

Not being able to LOOK sad may help to prevent you FEELING sad. Your body may have a greater say in your mood than does your brain. And a dilute poison that flattens your wrinkles also has the potential to lift your spirits.

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TERRY PRONE: Our future leaders are currently busy running away from pre-school

OF COURSE we must condemn it, and we do. Whenever it is revealed that toddlers have walked out of creches or nursery schools or playgroups and headed for the M1 or whatever dangerous road is nearest to them, we rightly wonder what the hell kind of operation the people in charge think they are running.

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TERRY PRONE: Moving stories of title deeds as house vendors use every trick in the book

SPRING is sprung; the daffs are up.

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TERRY PRONE: Communication is first casualty of a medical disaster — this needs to stop

Aeschylus claimed that truth is the first casualty of war. Communication is the first casualty of a medical disaster.

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TERRY PRONE: Cold hands, warm hearts — but can kindness of strangers go the distance?

IT WOULD have to come from Scandinavia, wouldn’t it? These days, the minute any discussion gets going about some social progress our nation or any other nation wants to achieve, up pops an expert to tell us the Scandinavians have already done it.

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TERRY PRONE: Cardiff Hall sinking

I’m researching the Cardiff Hall shipwreck, which was lost on the Shoonta Rock, at the Seven Heads, in 1925.

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TERRY PRONE: Legal shift could save families from criminal jeopardy of assisted suicide

IT was the worst thing she ever did as a doctor and it has haunted her every day of the last 15 years.

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TERRY PRONE: Visual truth is staring LGBT groups in the face: They need to think Pink

When you set out to make a point, it’s all too easy for people to miss it if you’re not physically present. It is difficult to make a strong emotional argument by being absent from a colourful parade that involves a million people and goes worldwide through mainstream nd social media.

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TERRY PRONE: Threat of a broken hip is a bitter, ageist pill for the mature woman

I may not be transparent and accountable, but I am compliant.

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TERRY PRONE: Gropers, flashers and sexual try-ons were the norm back in the 1960s

THIS got my attention: “He sat down beside me in the studio when I was presenting my programme live on the air, and took his trousers off.”

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