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- Morocco taps benefits of Barbary fig oil
- Smooth face but cold personality: Botox study shows social downside
- Polyvore brand index: cheap has never been this chic
- Fall/Winter trends: go floriental this season or try clashing colors
- Beauty agenda: fall fragrance launches
- Fashion agenda: fashion week in Madrid
- First look: Rafael Nadal in new Armani underwear ads
- Watch: behind the scenes at a fashion shoot with Reese Witherspoon
- Top 10 paid iPhone apps
- Tech agenda: audiovisual enthusiasts gather at Integrate, art and technology at Ars Electronica Festival
- Kinetic energy-powered electronics a step closer to reality say researchers
- Top tech headlines: Steve Jobs resigns from Apple, $99 TouchPad sale
- Steve Jobs legacy reaches far beyond Apple
- Limbs optional in 'NeverDead' TGS trailer
- iPhone 5 with holographic display: viral video spotlight
- No more sleeping in the cheap seats
- Katy Holland: If adults can't behave on a flight, why should the kids?
- Years late, Boeing's dream is finally realised
- Tips and deals of the week: 28/08/2011
- Sarah Barrell: A tiny community – an enormous loss
- Simon Calder: Venice - city of culture, cuisine and tax collection
- Travel Agenda: Château Charly; Young Adventurer of the Year competition; cycling initiatives
- Something To Declare: On the rails in Australia; first class rail fares cut; off-peak Caribbean; Thai laws
- My Life In Travel: Tim Lovejoy, television presenter
- Dubai airport will be world's number two this year
- Officials endorse tunnel to link Alaska and Siberia by train - reports
- Moscow's thriving hostels offer alternative to costly hotels
- Why 'dynamic meters' could mean easier parking for drivers
- Accessories rental coming to California hotel
- The apps agenda: Burning Man, IFA
- Travel agenda: 50th Caravan Salon
- Japan's ANA to get world's first Dreamliner on Sept 25
- Australia agenda: Lights, visuals and sound at Integrate
- San Francisco hotel guests treated to all-electric runabout
- Millions are losing out on current account 'freebies'
- Which is better: fixed rate or flexibility?
- Consumer rights: 'Will it be worth the effort to let my home during the 2012 Olympics?'
- David Kuo: Don't be fearful – learn to be wise and keep going
- Julian Knight: An accidental gap year could be just what students need
- Bargain Hunter: Stock up on digital delights
- Derek Pain: An excellent time to be share buying for a long investment
- Mark Dampier: Short-term moves are impossible to forecast
- Questions of Cash: Driven round the bend by trip's parking charge
- New ways to get on the property ladder
- Jail for share scamsters won't stop the boiler room fraud
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: Misplaced tent thwarts festival budget plan
- Five Questions About: How to protect your savings
- Simon Read: Cutbacks are forcing more people into a debt spiral
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 EDL marches on Newcastle as attacks on Muslims increase tenfold in the wake of Woolwich machete attack which killed Drummer Lee Rigby
- 5 Farewell, Shameless. Your heirs have work to do
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