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A liberal sprinkling of rhinestones and crystals adds a welcome touch of sparkle to everyday life, says Kate Rose Morris
A woollen coat may look smart, but when winter arrives a parka will be essential kit for the daily commute, says Lee Holmes
The owner of the controversial Oklahoma Zoo where the attack took place says the employee 'violated protocol' by sticking her hand inside the cage.
Energy companies are in for a tough ride if they don't listen to consumers
Passengers on a Virgin Atlantic flight were left stranded in Canadian airport overnight after the plane carrying them was forced to make an emergency landing.
Holland Park's Donizetti is set on an industrial farm and its hero wears a boiler suit, but the warmth of the singing still melts hearts
Legendary coach looks back over a stunning first few days at the All England Club and reveals who has made him gasp with admiration, laugh out loud and brought a tear to the eye
England and Australia both took ruthless decisions yesterday in their quest for the Ashes. The home side dropped an opening batsman in Nick Compton, the tourists sacked their coach, Mickey Arthur. With 15 days to go before the series starts at Trent Bridge it was irrefutable evidence that both countries will do what they think it takes.
Business and sport have discovered a fatuous glamour in one another
A south London tourist board is challenging the Lake District's claim to the name. So did it bring out the poet in John Walsh
Why would the BBC be willing to appear to support such a barbaric process?
There was a time when Paul Gallico's novels had a place on every middle-class bookshelf, yet, even though several of his books remain in print, he has all but vanished from public consciousness. He was born in New York in 1897, the son of a famous Italian pianist and composer, and became one of the highest-paid sports writers in America. His career took off after he asked the boxer Jack Dempsey to spar with him, and was able to describe what it felt like to be knocked out by a champion.
With a thoughtful sentiment behind every trinket, Dodo's jewellery is for the romantic at heart
Farce – with its panic-propelled exits and entrances and its heavy dependence on doors – should not officially work in in-the-round theatres.
Rarely these days do you see something on televesion that is so nerve-shreddingly real
Double-century partnership between Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell leads England to their first Test series win in India since the days of David Gower