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Former X Factor panelist Dannii Minogue is returning to British TV screens as a judge on Britain And Ireland's Next Top Model.

Jenny Eclair: the first blonde in space

And the 1995 Perrier Award for Comedy goes to... a woman?

Women's violent crimes increasing

JASON BENNETTO

IN BRIEF: Hurley talks tough

Hurley talks tough

Spirit in the Sky

Spirit in the Sky

Birt condemns BBC's Hugh Grant coverage

John Birt, the director-general of the BBC, will tomorrowround on the corporation's recent news coverage of Hugh Grant and Liz Hurley, saying there was too much and it went too far.

'I did a bad thing and there you have it'

The shaming of Hugh Grant: Actor returns to the limelight with a winning performance on US chat show

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Hugh Grant is not the only person to have gone 'completely insane' recently; in seven days that shook the world of quality newspapers, the nation's broadsheet editors fell victim to advanced tabloiditis

Pardon? Sorry, not granted yet, Hugh

THE public reconciliation that all of Britain seems to have been waiting for failed to occur yesterday, and Hugh Grant, once the archetype of the elegant young English actor, and Elizabeth Hurley, once enthusiastically his girlfriend, went their separate ways.

Press Hurley-burly as Hugh meets Liz

GLENDA COOPER

PROFILE: Brave face of a cosmetic image scandal

The Estee Lauder woman has true class. But what happens when real life intrudes, asks Susan Irvine

Prostitute delivers a blow to Hugh Grant's image

EDWARD HELMORE

Men - they just can't help it

Another View

A smack in the face for Liz

Cinema

Two's company, but three's an interview

As the flatmate of Julie Burchill's new girlfriend, Decca Aitkenhead was astonished to find herself at the epicentre of a media earthquake

Truly, madly, badly

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Novak Djokovic has been attending the Buddhapadipa Temple for quiet contemplation for several years
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