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Documents claim the supermodel allegedly urged the widow of a man killed by the crash in the Bahamas, to take a payout

How to get the look: Plain black tops

Ooh, that sounds exciting.

Mary Ellen Field; broadcast newsman Mark Colvin

Elle Macpherson adviser gives kidney to newsman she met over hacking

One of the first people to launch a legal action against News International over phone hacking has donated a kidney to a journalist she met while he was covering the case.

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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.

Mary Ellen Field, the former advisor to Elle MacPherson, is suing NI

Reliability of News International's email trawl is questioned

Hacking inquiry may be delayed after Murdoch firm admits to 'technical issues' with data search

Phone hacking claimants drop exemplary damages case

Claimants in the phone-hacking litigation are not pursuing their case for punitive exemplary damages against News Group Newspapers (NGN).

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It's a girl for Uma Thurman and her financier boyfriend. 

Elle Macpherson models her own designs - well , if you've got it, why not flaunt it?

A head for business and a body for lingerie

It's been 10 years since Elle Macpherson launched her underwear label in the UK – and turned us all into frill-seekers

Elle MacPherson thought Mary-Ellen Field had spoken to the press

Leveson witnesses take the stand to tell their side of the story

James Cusick on yesterday's key accounts – from the footballer caught by a kiss and tell, to a family ordeal that started with a scoop

Writer Joan Smith arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry

Joan Smith: There's a camaraderie among those of us who were victims

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'I was destroyed by Murdoch's hackers,' says svengali

Elle Macpherson's consultant was falsely accused of leaking to the press, and lost her job and reputation

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Business Diary: Osborne fails to lead by example

George Osborne, the Chancellor, ought to do a little more practising what he preaches. He is full of the need for austerity measures, promising billions of pounds of cuts in public spending. He expects colleagues to set an example – ministers have been told to travel using second-class train tickets whenever possible. And he has even started lecturing other countries on cuts, warning about high budget deficits around the world when he arrived at the G20 meeting of finance ministers in Korea yesterday. So how did Osborne get to Korea? By business class flight, obviously.

My Secret Life: Elle Macpherson, model & businesswoman, 47

My parents were ... very young when they had me. My mum was 16 and my dad was in his early twenties.

Is it news? BBC accused of plugging Elle Macpherson

Viewers have complained that a BBC programme, in which a reporter spent "a day in the life" of Elle Macpherson was effectively an "advert" for the supermodel's lingerie collection.

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