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The Daily: October 27
Helen Mirren to be the New Face of L'Oreal Today it was announced that alongside other celebrities such as Cheryl Fernandez- Versini and Lara Stone, 69 year old Dame Helen Mirren would also be an ambassador for L'Oreal. There is only one other...
The Daily: October 21
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta dies aged 82 Oscar de la Renta died in his home in Kent, Conneticut surrounded by family members last night; currently the cause of his death is unknown. De la Renta was a favourite amongst many of the first...
The Daily: September 30
Dawn French named as Chancellor of Falmouth University One of the nation's best loved female comedians, Dawn French, has been appointed chancellor of Falmouth University. A former arts college, Falmouth, was officially named as a university last May....
The Daily: September 30 2014
Dawn French named as Chancellor of Falmouth University One of the nation's best loved female comedians, Dawn French, has been appointed chancellor of Falmouth University. A former arts college, Falmouth, was officially named as a university last May....
The Daily: August 28
Bake Off's 'Bingate' Last night's 'bingate' fiasco on the Great British Bake Off was certainly one to remember. Contestant Iain Watters had a meltdown after his freshly made Baked Alaskan started melting on his counter just before judges Mary Berry and...
The Daily: August 18
Rip the dog that saved more than 100 lives in 1945 Rip the dog who was awarded the Dickin medal for animal bravery in 1945 has now become a part of the 'Hall of Heroes', which recognizes the heroic figures throughout history. Rip was founded in London...
The Daily: July 16
Sunglasses at the ready... Friday could easily be the hottest day of the year according to the Met Office; forecasts predict temperatures will rocket to above 30C throughout the South East. With conditions hotter than Nice, Barcelona and Rome. it is...
The Daily: July 4
It's curtains for Monty Python as they Present their last ever Performance From tonight, the last standing members of Monty Python will embark on their first performances since 1983. The arena gig will be globally broadcasting in over 2,000 cinemas and...
The Daily: June 5
Rare Henri Toulouse Lautrec poster sells for £315,000 A Henri Toulouse Lautrec poster, Moulin Rouge la Goulue, sold for a phenomenal £315,000 at a Christie's auction in London. Sophie Churcher a representative from Christie's proposed that the 6ft...
The Daily: May 22
Crucial EU voting today How well UKIP will really do in the EU elections is the question on a lot of lips today. They are certainly on course for victory, although Nigel Farage has been under a lot of pressure recently as the "face" of the party....
The Battle To Beat Polio
As she lies helpless within an iron lung, Stephanie Flanders defies her confinement with a broad smile: ‘Very tasty!’ is her verdict on the plain food fed to her by a doctor. Despite her typical exuberance, it’s a moment drenched in pathos, as she...
The Supervet
For those pet owners in terror of the dread apology that’s followed by the chilling euphemism ‘put to sleep’, the unlikely address for the last hope of salvation lies not far from Godalming in leafiest Surrey. Their saviour is nicknamed the Bionic Vet,...
My very own green shoots
The garden is still a building site and the modest greenhouse, full of plant detritus and dessicated geraniums, needs an overhaul. The builders are working on the exterior of the house now, and it is encased in scaffolding poles. Temporary paths around...
Spring has sprung
Now I expect great things of March, and I don’t often get them’ was how Margery Fish began the relevant chapter in her marvellous book, A Flower For Every Day, on the garden she created at East Lambrook Manor in Somerset. Her premise is that gardens...
Among the more unusual events this year to mark the First World War will be an exhibition at the RHS Lindley Library in October about the horticultural society set up by a group of British men in the Ruhleben civilian detention camp in Germany. More...
The Daily: January 20
Lucky eBay art buyer could have made up to £250,000 unknowingly Following an episode of BBC antiques programme Fake or Fortune, the search is on for a mystery eBay buyer who purchased a canvas for £3,000 on the online auction site eight years ago. The...
Book Reviews: 17 January
OUT NOW NELSON, NAVY & NATION: THE ROYAL NAVY AND THE BRITISH PEOPLE, 1688-1815 , edited by Quintin Colville and James Davey (Conway, £20; offer price, £17) Accompanying the National Maritime Museum’s new gallery of 18th-century naval life, this book...
The Daily: January 13
£400 painting is actually a Van Dyck worth £400,000 Father Jamie Mcleod, a Catholic priest, couldn't believe his luck when a portrait he purchased for £400 has now been valued at £400,000. Purchased at a Cheshire antiques shop with absolutely no...
The Daily: January 10
The 60 year old mixer that it still going strong Gosia Stepien couldn't afford to purchase a brand new mixer, some of which can retail for up to £400, and went online in a bid to source a more affordable second hand appliance. She came across the...
The Daily: January 9
Anonymous Bridal Shop owner donates over £40,000 worth of dresses to charity Brides-to-be in Hampshire have had some very good luck recently. An anonymous bridal shop owner has donated 35 wedding dresses, worth an approximate £40,000, to a Naomi House...

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