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Running shoes, check. Lycra leggings, check. Snazzy top, check. But have you got an armband to keep your valuables safe and dry?

What to look for when buying a car seat for your child

Every year in the UK, around 30 children under 12 are killed in cars and a further 5,000 are injured. Little wonder when you consider recent surveys such as Gocompare.com's, which found that only a fifth of parents know that it's illegal for children to travel without a car seat or booster seat until the age of 12. Even when children are put in them, 80 per cent are used incorrectly, according to the Transport Research Laboratory – the belts are too slack or not properly adjusted or the actual seat is unsuitable for the youngster's size or age.

Gutted: A Revenger’s Musical, Assembly Rooms

There’s much fun to be had at Gutted playing spot the stand-up behind the costumes, wigs and grease-paint. There’s Doc Brown as the warm-hearted handy man, Sara Pascoe as the slow-witted maid and Colin Hoult as, well, pretty much everyone else, from the creepy groom to the obese uncle and the statuesque mother-in-law.

Jonny Sweet: Let's All Just Have Some Fun, Pleasance Courtyard

Sporting a bow tie and a broad grin, Jonny Sweet, genius of socially awkward comedy and winner of last year's Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer, has found another poor unfortunate to bring to life. Imagine a Hugh Grant type with "street Tourette's" ("let's do this shit!") and you'll have some idea of the persona he's created.

Finer details: The season's key designer accessories

Belts are skinny, bags are pared down and yeti boots are de rigueur. Gemma Hayward reveals the season's key designer accessories

Airport cleaners caught stealing from luggage

A pair of cleaners were caught red-handed pilfering from passengers' luggage at an airport, police said today.

The Open Diary: What would Old Tom think about Tiger?

The winner here on Sunday evening will receive not only a Claret Jug but also a belt. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the game's oldest major, Prestwick Golf Club, the venue for the very first Open Championship, will award the champion a replica of the Championship Belt which hangs in the Royal and Ancient clubhouse at St Andrews.

Students killed in S. Africa crash are named

Tributes were today paid to three British students killed in a bus crash in South Africa.

I Want Your Job: Dog walker

Mark Forsythe, 45, is a professional dog walker who lives in London and walks up to 18 dogs a day, charging £10 per walk

Boxing: Pacquiao savagery paves way for Mayweather super-fight

Cotto unable to withstand onslaught from world's best pound-for-pound fighter

The ten best leggings

Jazz up your outfit with a pair of these wonderful leggings.

Fasten your seat belts, turbulence ahead

Threats of industrial action, disappearing passengers and swine flu - BA faces a dark summer says Richard Northedge

Dress code: Alice Temperley, designer

What are you wearing right now?

Leopard print harem pants with a black studded belt and a scoop neck T-shirt. Also some Charlotte Olympia Sandals from my S/S09 collection.

Brian Viner: 'My punch bag keeps me fit – and I can belt it when I get an annoying email'

Accompanying me on a fleeting recent trip to the United States was my good friend Patrick, who was in health and fitness clubs in a pretty big way until he sold up a few years ago. He still proselytises on behalf of the divine Multigym, and indeed on our first morning in the States, as I woke up bleary-eyed, jet-lagged, and looking forward to an all-American breakfast, there he was on the carpet, powering through his habitual 70 sit-ups.

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