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Thought your job came with some pretty decent perks? Think again.

While you spent this Monday daydreaming about sandy beaches and city scapes, the staff over at the White Moose Café were surprised with an all expenses paid, three-day trip to Disneyland Paris.

That's right, the owner of the popular Dublin café, Paul Stenson, has decided to celebrate its two year anniversary by closing up shop and treating all his employees to a well-deserved weekend away.


To celebrate our 2nd birthday, we're closing the cafe in Jan to bring all cafe staff to @disneylandparis!!!

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Paul made the announcement after gathering all staff members in the adjoining hotel, Charleville Lodge for a sing-song in honour of the café's second birthday.

“I’m delighted to say we’re now doing very well for ourselves and I want you to give yourselves a round of applause for that. However and it’s not with delight I say this, it’s sadness – In January 2018, the cafe is going to close,” he said.

“Yes, the café in January is going to close for three days because we are going to bring you somewhere”.

Paul then held up a photograph of Disneyland Paris' famous Sleeping Beauty's Castle, asking his team: “Do we all know where that is?”

Of course, the news was met with cheers of shock and joy, with Paul concluding:

“We’re bringing you to Disneyland as a way of saying ‘Thank You’ for all the hard, very very hard work you’ve done”.

Look like we've got ourselves a candidate for boss of the year.



Radiohead fans were left frustrated at Coachella on Friday night after the band walked off stage twice.

The lads were forced off stage as the sound engineers were experiencing technical difficulties.

And just when they thought it was all sorted, the sound malfunctioned again, which caused the band to walk off a second time.

Radiohead were supposed to play for two hours but their performance was cut short, after they only got through a couple of songs.

The sound was completely cut during their performance of 15 Steps and then again during Let Down.

Eventually, the sound engineers seemed to fix the problem and they finished their set in the end.

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!



The return of Planet Earth delighted us all this year.

It has been highly praised for its fascinating footage, and well, it's safe to say we're all head over heels about David Attenborough's comeback.

However, last Sunday's episode struck a chord with Twitter users, who went online to slate the sound of the show.

However, the BBC bosses have responded to the claims, and said that they have indeed used sound clips when putting the show together.

They told The Sun: “Range and ambient noise ensure quite a lot of wild sounds simply cannot be recorded in the field.

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“As a result, wildlife film-makers often turn to sound designers to recreate something that sounds like it would in the wild — a soundtrack that is true to nature.”

Well, a tad disappointed about this, but we'll still be tuning in next Sunday.